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Fatwa Arbuckle
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Happy Cat Swirly Saturday, Wheelizens!

And Happy Birfday 2/7 to Jerry!!1! (Who was not actually threatened by SackO’SugarK; I merely asked her to relay via FB -- which I am not on -- my wishes that Jerry would stop by here every once on a while.)

Further, I may have alluded to fart jokes as an inducement for Jerry; therefore:

Q: Why don’t farts graduate from high school?
A: They’re usually expelled.

Related:

Q: What do you call someone who never farts in public?
A: A private tutor.

BBL.

Sven
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Sven

Happy birthday, Jerry!

Sven
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Sven

Happy Saturday, GN! Hope it is warming up down south and and east coast.

Sven
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Sven

Don’t know why, but this song has been bouncing around in my head:

Sven
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Sven

And a very much underappreciated song from Motorhead:

Paddy O'Furnijur
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Paddy O'Furnijur

Wow! I don’t think I’ve ever heard that one. Very powerful!

Paddy O'Furnijur
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Paddy O'Furnijur

Happy Caturday, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa, and Sven!
Happy birthday, 2 of 7, Jerry! May this be a melodious week, IYKWIMAITTYD.

Today we start the process of putting away Christmas. We usually wait until after Epiphany, but tomorrow is too busy.

Fatwa Arbuckle
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Hai Sven and Paddy!

It’s a tich warmer here today, but won’t really start getting back to “normal” temps until Monday.

Hadn’t heard “Low Spark…” in years; was a bit of a Traffic fan back in the day. (Had that LP and “John Barleycorn…”)

I’d never heard “1916” before; wow. Not something I’d’ve expected from Motörhead…but then I’m not exactly familiar with their discography.

May this be a melodious week, IYKWIMAITTYD.

May teh ghost of Monsieur Le Pétomane smile upon Teh Squeak.

Sven
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Sven

The other night we were watching one of the last concerts Motorhead did in Munich in 2015 -- probably a couple of months before Lemmy died -- and Mrs Sven (not a fan) was saying how she couldn’t understand the lyrics that Lemmy was belting out. I recommended 1916 as one where he really toned it down and you get a feel for his voice. From Rolling Stone: “While tender ballads were never exactly Motörhead’s stock in trade, the elegiac title track of their 1991 album still stands as one of the band’s finest works. An ardent student of military… Read more »