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Public Image Limited For The Fourth Of July—On Being Separatist And Community Minded At One Time

To mark the Fourth of July, I’ve posted a video of some of my favorite British Subjects.

It’s a video of Public Image Limited’s Public Image from 1980.

It’s a hell of a song.

I’m posting this video in honor of  my separatist ancestors who came to Massachusetts from England in the 17th century.

I’m posting it for my fellow aging punk rockers.

I’m posting this video for everybody who gets the idea of being both separatist and community-minded at the same time

And I’m posting it for everyone who gets and welcomes the conservatism inherent in this dual outlook, in a nation where unchecked individual autonomy is a religion of the elite and of many of your so-called educated people.

Here is a video of me singing The Damned’s Wait For The Blackout at the Houston Ship Channel.

Here is information about the biggest punk rock blast in the nation for 2009. It will be held in Newport, Kentucky, just across the river from Cincinnati, on August 15. I will be the host of this event.

July 3, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , | Leave a comment

People Feeding Seagulls At Restaurant Should Be Fed To Giant Pre-Historic Terror Bird

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Two days ago I was in Galveston, Texas. I had lunch at a restaurant on the Seawall. The restaurant had two floors and I was eating out on the upstairs balcony.

There was a couple with a small child also out on the balcony. The couple was feeding french fries to seagulls. The seagulls were flying around and the couple was offering them up french fries that the birds would catch in the air.

I did not want any nasty seagulls flying around me while I was trying to eat my lunch in peace.

I feel that the people feeding the seagulls—and the lousy kid as far as I’m concerned since he may well become a doofus like his parents—should have been fed to the Brontornis that you see pictured above.

What is wrong with people? Why would anyone attract flying sea-rats like seagulls to a place where people are trying to eat?  

Here are things you can do if you visit Galveston.

Here are facts about seagulls.

July 3, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , | 4 Comments