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Come experience the bungee bass!

Some folks will go to any length to achieve the sound they want....

So, today gaffer's tape plays second fiddle to the bungee cord.......

Check out this fellow's other ingenious instruments:

Nicolas Bras - Musiques de Nulle Part: https://www.youtube.com/c/musiquesdenullepart/videos


Breathtaking rendition: The Corrs - All the Love in The World (BBC Radio 2)

The Corrs - All the Love in The World (BBC Radio 2)
BBC Radio 2 in 2001

Just recently became a big late-life fan of The Corrs and loving every minute I can find on Y'allTube.

Kudos also to the guy playing those lovely acoustic guitar fills.


Even at 74, I learned some new words tonight.

Seen while shopping for seed starter trays on Amazoo.com.

I've heard of dribblers and widgets but never knew about dibbers and widgers......

Still trying to figure out what lables are. Must be a French contraption......

Posted by KY_EnviroGuy | Mon Apr 4, 2022, 04:45 AM (9 replies)

Only in America - Sued for low prices.

Gas Station facing lawsuits over cheap prices
Mar 19, 2022
WISN 12 News

I wonder what Wisconsin free-market freaks say about this situation.....

Putin/Lukashenko/Trump nails, meet Anne Applebaum hammer.

Anne Applebaum: Autocracies Donít Believe In Rules or Norms | Amanpour and Company
Apr 1, 2022

Anne Applebaum is a staff writer for The Atlantic and a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian. Her latest article, "There Is No Liberal World Order," argues that unless democracies defend themselves together, the forces of autocracy will destroy them. She joins Michel Martin to discuss this existential struggle.

Well worth watching. One of the best, most factual and truthful reviews of the biggest global political challenge we've ever seen including wars because with this enemy, we're suffering from a long-standing slow-growing deadly global cancer.

As she says, this is a mostly invisible foe whereas in war, you at least know and can see the enemy. This foe also does not give a tinker's damn about the future of our planet.

Posted by KY_EnviroGuy | Fri Apr 1, 2022, 11:22 PM (4 replies)
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