Monday, November 24, 2008

Episode 166: You Don't Know Squat About Thanksgiving, But I Do.


1 Pilkington on Thanksgiving
Alleee 1
Wayne Newton * Danke Schoen
2 The European Origins of Thanksgiving
Thanks for the Memories
Alanis Morrisette * Thank You
3 Thanksgiving History vs Myth
Barney * Please and Thank You
Dido * Thank You
4 Understanding the First Thanksgiving
Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra * Thanks a Million
ABBA * Thank You for the Music
5 Thanksgiving History of Harsh Times for Settlers
Sly and the Family Stone * Thank you Falettme Be Mice Elf
The Beagles * Thanks to the Man in the Moon
6 The Role of Native Americans in Thanksgiving
Iving Aaronson and his Commanders * Let's Be Thankful
Amy Diamond * Thank You
7 Revolutionary Era Thanksgiving History
The Kinks * Thank You for the Days
Louis Armstrong * Thankful
8 Irregular Gatherings at Historical Thanksgivings
Bob Marley (Comedian) * Thanksgiving at Marley's
Adams Family Values Thanksgiving Pageant
9 Lincoln Proclaims National Thanksgiving
Alton Brown * Potatoes, My Sweet
William S Burroughs Thanksgiving Prayer
When did Turkey Become a Tradition?
Alleee 2


Tuesday, November 18, 2008


Perhaps it's time to take marriage away--not from straight people, but from the government.

We can already take it away from churches, if we want to.

Don't forget that the problem is we want civil rights, which means we want the government to NOT take away rights that are supposed to be "self-evident," meaning natural rights.

That's right, people, rights are natural. The government does not graciously invent rights out of the goodness of its heart and give them to us. They SAY that they are there to "protect our rights," when really it's there to say "we gave you your rights; now we can take them away! Suckers!"

Come ON, people, say BULLSHIT to that!! The government has no real, natural, actual right to meddle in our love lives and our sex lives! Neither does the Church, we knew that YEARS ago!

It's called passive resistance. But straights and clueless Pinks and Normals have to be bitch-slapped out of complacency to figure out where their own asses are. Take their "marriages" away, and make them figure out that our relationships and our property rights are our responsibility, and no group of people, no matter what uniform or monkey suit they wear has the right to take it from us, no matter how many dumbasses "voted" for it!


Friday, November 14, 2008

Episode 165: The World of Karl Pilkington

Karl Pilkington "Pilki"

Karl Pilkington's Blog

Ricky Gervais Show


1 The Pilkington Bible 1
Alleee 1
Jonathan and Darlene * Cocktails for Two
2 The Pilkington Bible 2
Guido & Maurizio De Angelis * Violent Rome (1st Version)
Max Bygraves * Get Me to the Church on Time
3 The Pilkington Bible 3
Stelvio Cipriani * Ecologia Del Delitto (Titoli)
The J's and Jamie * My Cigarette and I
4 The Pilkington Bible 4
Main Titles * Pee Wee's Big Adventure
The Swings * Glow Worm
5 The Pilkington Bible 5
Ennio Morricone * Gocce Di Pioggia Su Di Me (Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head)
Mark Holly * Sweet Street Lady
6 The Pilkington Bible 6
Midas Touch * Melting Pot
Val Norman * The Ballad of Barbara Graham
7 The Pilkington Bible 7
Guglielmo Papararo & Vittorio Montis * Gravita' zero
Frankie Lane * Rockin' Chair
8 The Pilkington Bible 8
Billy May's Rico Mambo Orch * Hernando's Hideaway
Eric Henry * Pirates and Emperors
9 Pilkington on Heaven 1
Electric Coconut * Beautiful Sunday
RIAA * The Dynamic Show Ever Gave
10 Pilkington on Heaven 2
Fred Bongusto * Il Divorzio (Main Title)
Alleee 2

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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Episode 164: Something Weird Video

Something Weird Video


All Ears 1
Alleee 1
Sheba * Jungle Fever
Curious Alice 1
Gus Brendel Group * Take a Shake
Danger! High Voltage! 1
Mona Rae * Do Me
The Golden Goose 1
Soul Orgasm-ization * Ode to Billy Joe
The Inner Man 1
Shirley Scott * Soul Souce
It's a Revolution, Mother!
Klaus and Uschi * Young Stud
All Ears 2
Sinatra * Drinking Water
Curious Alice 2
The Horsemen * Theme From Outlaw Riders
Danger! High Voltage! 2
Cake * War Pigs
The Golden Goose 2
Hot Butter * Song of the Nairobi Trio
The Inner Man 2
Hank Snow * That Crazy Mambo Thing
All Ears 3
Mike Theodorak * Cafe Rock
Curious Alice 3
June Carter * Mama Teach Me
Danger! High Voltage! 3
Henry Mancini * Moon River Cha-Cha
All Ears 4
Leonce * Wrestler (Triple H)
Curious Alice 4
Herb Alpert * Slick
High Voltage 4
Matthew Gonder * Clair, Commissaire! (and he's from my home town!)
Curious Alice 5
T Elerth * Skippin' It
Danger 5
Alleee 2


Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Episode 163: Pre-Season Shopping Bonanza


The Drifters for Coca-Cola
Alleee 1
Oktoberfest Souvenir
Coco Puffs
KPM Library * Product Efficiency
Harry Betts * Children's Vocal for Bestline
RCA Selectavision
Robert R Wray * The Wonderful World of Music
America in Motion
Revlon's Charlie
KPM Library * Mini Motoring
Patton Oswalt * KFC Famous Bowls
Spic and Span
James Clarke * The Free Life
Freddy, Freddy
Puritan Meats
L Martin and B Dee * Disco Holiday
Studio LaRoux * The More You Sell
Vincent Price for Hangman
Ady Zehnpfennig * Easter Afternoon
George Carlin on Voting
What's To Eat?
Robert R Wray * Account Execs
Benjamin * Le Poisson et l'Oisseau
Woolworth Records
What Kind of Fool am I?
Snatch * Another Brick in the Wall
Wrigley's Spearmint Gum
Alleee 2

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Sunday, November 02, 2008

Hey, Guys


Sorry I haven't updated yet this week.

I have a nasty case of bronchial pneumonia that has been brewing in a disgusting soup in my lungs for 3 weeks now. Give me a couple of days and I will come up with something for a podcast. I just haven't been myself...or sleeping...or anything like that for a long time. Oh, yeah, I'm working--working like some kind of working animal, because it seems that the day after Halloween has suddenly become CHRISTMAS FUCKING SHOPPING BONANZA USA.



I went to Wal-Mart today because I had to, to find some nasty-tasting medicine for my cough, and the minute I walk in the door, it's

"O Little Town of Bethlehem, please buy all kinds of Craaaaap..."

So, I got my nasty-tasting medicine and I got my cat a new collar that glows in the dark, and then I went to the Christmas room to look at trees, 'cause I need a tree and I need to pass my virus or whatever pneumonia is to the nice people who are trying to pay the rent and whose fault the Christmas music isn't.

I saw a 6-foot, black Christmas tree.
Zowee! Maybe, just maybe that could be my tree. Or not. Could a person get tired of that? Or would it really show off the silver ornaments?

Anyway, I await my dad, who will be working on weatherproofing my windows today. See you in a couple of days.