Sad Little Man By Five Times August

Sad Little Man, a video by Five Times August, has as of Christmas Eve morn 2021, about 350 thousand views on YouTube.

How long will it stay up?

Anyway, watch it while you can.

Hat tip Bob Small.

Sad Little Man By Five Times August
Sad Little Man By Five Times August

BBC Proms Worth Clicking

BBC Proms Worth Clicking

By Bob Small

Normally, my articles tend toward the Political, in one or another ways. However we will be discussing a yearly musical phenomenon (first heard in 1895) and how you can now hear it for free.

BBC Proms Worth Clicking

The BBC Proms aka Henry Wood Promenade Concert presented by the BBC began in 1895 as both Classical and Popular Music Concerts designed, via low ticket prices and an informal atmosphere, to bring music to the masses.

Over the years, the eight-week festival morphed into jazz, world music and many etceteras. Because Britain is no longer an empire but now a Commonwealth, they use this, as BBC itself, as what they themselves call “soft power,” as opposed to the massive military force they once had.

To find the BBC Proms on your search engine of choice (I use Duck Duck Go, so as not to be searched myself.) to get to BBC Radio 3. Click on BBC Sounds or any other link but I Player. (I Player requires you to live in England,) Then you can choose your Concerts. As of this writing , most are still available for a month, the earliest ones expiring first. I listen sequentially, but that’s also how I read a book or watch a movie, whereas others choose by Composer or Conductor, whether Classical or Jazz. I now use my Smartphone, which seems to work easier for me on BBC Radio 3 BBC Proms.

The Last Night of the Proms has traditionally featured the Anthem “Rule Brittania”and other highly Patriotic songs. Lately, though, what might be termed the ‘Woke’ crowd has been protesting that, seeing this as inconsistent with the aims of the British Commonwealth, especially as Britannia no longer ‘rules the waves’ or anything else. (Possibly not even Scotland if they get another referendum.) Rather, the Proms, like BBC itself, is a form of soft power, witness the many people, self included, who listen to at least one BBC program daily.

Austin Forman Triggers Left

Austin Forman Triggers Left –The same unsigned story “debunking” Austin Forman’s internet sensation Pallets Full of Ballots is appearing on small blogs throughout the nation.

You can see it here and here and here and lots and lot of other places.

Austin Forman Triggers Left.
It’s a good song. Check it out here

We know because we are getting pingbacks as we are cited in the article. Apparently our comparison of Austin to Woody Guthrie did serious triggering. Frankly, we are going to walk it back. Austin is far more musically talented that Guthrie ever was and has a much better sense of humor.

It’s beyond weird to subject a poem, song or work of art to debunking. Art, by definition, is not meant to be literal. That such a shrill attempt is occurring is actually an indication of panic. You Democrats really have doubts Biden fairly won the election? Why, then, are you talking a song on the internet so seriously?

There are serious, objective, concerns by credible people of major flaws in the Nov. 3 election. They must be conclusively and fairly addressed for half the nation to respect a Biden presidency.

The real fear is that the cheating is unprecedented and goes beyond simple partisan game playing but involves adversarial foreign powers.

That’s what should be taken seriously. Honest liberals should not hand-wave this away.

Austin Forman Triggers Left.

Austin Forman Pallets Full of Ballots

Austin Forman Pallets Full of Ballots — Real music still exists. Check out Austin Forman’s Pallets Full of Ballots. Leave the politics aside, he’s got talent. Woody Guthrie has come back as a Republican. Here’s where you can find other songs by Austin.

Austin Forman Pallets Full of Ballots
Austin Forman Pallets Full

Murder Most Foul, We Are All Conspiracy Theorists Now

Murder Most Foul, We Are All Conspiracy Theorists Now — Guess we are all conspiracy theorists now. Nobel laureate Bob Dylan released his first song in eight years two days ago (March 26). Murder Most Foul is about 17 minutes long and is his best since the 1970s. It’s subject is the murder of John F. Kennedy and how things really haven’t been right since.

You will not take it as a defense of the Lone Gunman Theory.

We are including images of the lyrics. Here is the song:

Murder Most Foul, We Are All Conspiracy Theorists Now
Murder Most Foul, We Are All Conspiracy Theorists Now
Murder Most Foul, We Are All Conspiracy Theorists Now
vs 4 & 5
vs 5 end
Murder Most Foul, We Are All Conspiracy Theorists

Soros Crosses The Line

Soros crosses the line — It seems George Soros, the vile European mastermind who just got a pro-criminal elected as district attorney in Delaware County, Pa., has finally met his match. Go get him Taylor Swift.

Soros Crosses The Line

Randy Newman Baltimore

Randy Newman Baltimore — This song got some airplay in 1977 when Baltimore was our seventh largest city with a population about 300,000 more than today.

As long as Democrats run things, things don’t change for the better.

For any social “justice” “warriors” reading: If that song doesn’t trigger you here:

Randy Newman Baltimore
Randy Newman Baltimore

Can’t Just Come To Canada

Can’t Just Come To Canada –– Hey Erick Lexi, we have a song subject for you.

Lexi is the Cuban singer who was deported from Columbia to Ecuador after he entered that nation no tener documentos.

Why Ecuador? Guess he didn’t want to go back to Cuba for some strange reason. It certainly must be a strange reason as all the smart norteamericano progressive types think Cuba is some kind of paradise.

But leave that aside. Here is our song idea. It’s called “Can’t just come to Canada”.

You see with the Trump Administration in power, Canada is sending emissaries to the American illegals telling them no vayas al norte.

“You can’t just come to Canada and cross the border and stay there the rest of your life,” Pablo Rodriguez, a member of parliament and a strong ally of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, said only last month. 

So Erick maybe you can take our idea and make a social justice rap with it or something. You don’t even have to give us credit.

Truthfully, Erick we don’t think you’d want to go to Canada. Did you ever notice the resemblance between Trudeau and Fidel? Just sayin’.

Stay in Miami. You are employed and  here legally, right?

Can’t Just Come To Canada

 

Can't Just Come To Canada
Won’t see this in the Great White North.

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