Thursday, March 31, 2011

Ringo



Yet another lazy inane post, but WHO CARES? IT'S FUN!

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17 comments:

Leslie Morgan said...

Oh, my. I actually remember hearing this on my transistor radio, interspersed with music from the British invasion - go figure!

You've inspired me to inanity, EOB. I've got some vintage images of some fine men to post, too!

WV=utatingi. That COULD be the name of one of my fellas.

Erin O'Brien said...

Leslie, I'm just going plain CRAZY over here!

Leslie Morgan said...

What can I do for you, Girlfriend? I'm about 2 stoplights from batshit myself.

alphadog said...

You're allowed to be lazy and inane today Birthday Girl.
Happy Birthday Erin O'Brien

Bill said...

Is that right? EOB's Birthday? Wow! Happy Birthday Erin, and thanks for giving your loyal readers a present every day!

Erin O'Brien said...

gawd.

'tis true. I turn 46 today. good christ.

Thanks for the well-wishes, gang.

Leslie Morgan said...

OH, Erin, I didn't know! Many happy returns of your special day, you sweet young thing.

WV-babsta. What you are, compared to me.

Anonymous said...

lol.. 46,,why your just a snot nosed brat.




James Old Guy

Kirk Jusko said...

Slightly disappointed. When I saw the title on my sidebar, I was expecting one Richard Starkey.

Nevetheless, happy birthday, Erin.

Anonymous said...

Chit, I missed it. Duh...

Happy Day!

RJ

Anonymous said...

BTW...It's Cesar Chavez Day!

César Estrada Chávez ((March 31, 1927 – April 23, 1993) was an American farm worker, labor leader, and civil rights activist who, with Dolores Huerta, co-founded the National Farm Workers Association, which later became the United Farm Workers.

Pretty good company I'd say.

RJ

Bill said...

RJ: I may be the only person here who has met Mr Chavez. Yep, actually went to La Paz, near Bakersfield, to try and collect some money from him. It was a very interesting trip. He was a pleasant guy but really did almost nothing for the farm workers.

Anonymous said...

¡SI, SE PUEDE!

rj

Dudesworthy said...

Kirk - I totally agree (although I've always preferred George)

HB E!

H.B...

Hal said...

Here's another take on "I Think I Love You," only Laurie's powerful harpischord solo has been replaced by one on a Casio.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E79zSPUOjxU

Erin O'Brien said...

Hal, thank you for that. The graphic alone was worth the price of admission.

Hal said...

I thought you'd like it. Only now did I realize that I posted that comment to the wrong thread.

Hee!