Writer Erin O'Brien comments on all things human.
Are we to assume you'll also be carrying a Hattori Sword?RJP.S. I was thinking about Tarantino the other day when you posted that LLV clip. Bet he hates he didn't get to Lonely Teardrops first.
I still haven't seen that movie. I suck.
You gotta come over to our house. We have a front door and you could walk into the mudroom. Please?
There is niche in hot rodding known as ratrods. Built only for speed, they eschew paint, chrome and especially fancy gizmos machined from billet aluminum. It's principal website is KillBillet.The hot setup is to chop, lower and weld the vehicle, make it fast, then drive out to Bonneville and run down the salt flats. After driving it home encrusted with salt, it will have a beautiful patina of rust. These are visceral beasts, not to be tolerated much longer on 21st century roads. There are significant followings in Europe and Japan, including my Norwegian brethren.Words cannot describe the affinity I have for vehicles without attention to paint, glitz or comfort, meant only to thunder down asphalt highways. About the only cosmetics to appear are on thesmokin' hot lassies that populate the sport, twisting to rockabilly music.This is the Golden Age of Hot Rods, and it's almost over.
Here, Phil, this will make you feel better.
Another acquired taste.Civil unions are fine, but I just spent 20 bucks for this one.
@philbilly...This probably won't make you feel better. Moonshining has now entered the boutique market here in the Volunteer State. Souped up Merc's have been replaced by Land Rovers and Mercedes wandering the hills and hollows seeking a taste of White Lightening from the newest micro distillery. Robert Mitchum weeps.RJ
Correction...I think it should be "Suped" instead of "Souped". I'll leave the soup to E'O.RJ
@RJ Nothing could ever really replace a souped-up '51 Merc.Very happy to see hill folk make money on Yuppies.I have a source for moonshine once or twice a year, good stuff. A little dab'll do ya.
And I shall insist on Copland's Fanfare for the Common Manhttp://youtu.be/4NjssV8UuVADoo too da!da da da
You will definitely need purple robes to go with that one, Hoose.
Hey, Joe, I've got the Emerson, Lake, and Palmer recording of 'Fanfare'on vinyl. Lemme know if you want me to burn off a copy for you.MRPS: WV-'lephour'- there are 24 of these on February 29th.
I have it on vinyl and cd! I loves me some ELP. Thanks anyway.
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