This is the water and this is the well, drink full and descend.

2016-08-31: Lay It on the Line


Triumph Week, Day 3, featuring late 70s feathered hair and bell bottoms.

2016-08-30: Fight the Good Fight


Day 2 of Triumph Week brings Fight the Good Fight. Also mullets! Shiny shirts! Stripey pants! High school flashbacks!


2016-08-29: Triumph Week!


Thanks to laaarmer (or complain to him if you don't like it), this week is Triumph Week! Today, it's Magic Power, which I assume is what is conferred by all those fantastic mullets.


2016-08-27/28: They can't hurt you now


Thus endeth 1978 Week.

2016-08-25: It's up to you


Fuck you, I love Foreigner.

2016-08-22: Don't you ever leave


And now, 1978 Week! Because why not?

2016-08-20/21: Fill my eyes


Fuck you, I love Foreigner (before they went all 100% power ballad).

2016-08-15: You make my motor run


This week's theme, for some reason, is 1979. The year, not the Smashing Pumpkins song.

2016●08●12: ATTRACTIVE TEAM PLAYS HOCKEY LIKE THING AGAINST THAT WEIRD PORN LOVING COUNTRY (NOT JAPAN, THE OTHER ONE)


The Minutiae & Mundane


2016-08-12: Do I have to spell it out?

C-H-E-E-S-E A-N-D O-N-I-O-N-S

2016-08-08: You're so pusillanimous, oh yeah

It's Rutles Week for some reason. Many have tried to copy the Beatles, but none have come within shouting distance, except Neil Innes. It probably helped that he had both the resources of the Pythons (he's sometimes called the 7th Python)and George Harrison. And it also needed the comedic angle as no one was going to out-Beatle the Beatles. Still, many of the Rutles songs, though fashioned after Beatles songs, stand on their own as excellent compositions.