Friday Jams Fest

Man proposes,

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  1. Ralphie says:

    Glen Rice might dedicate this song to you-know-who.

  2. DaftPunk says:

    I don’t know by I’ve been told,

    Music makes you lose control:

    A hateful message no doubt in this 2004 Bush Era nugget in the same Brixton ska-infused rap style akin to MIA. The views expressed within do not reflect those of the poster.  I just think it’s a great piece of rap music.

  3. Diogenesdemar says:

    Everyone with a brain must be out enjoying this beautiful near-atumnal day.  Can’t blame ’em — only so many of these in a lifetime.

    Me?  It’s getting that time again, I think I can hear an ocean somewhere . . .

  4. MADCO says:

    And from the Borowitz report

    WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report) – In what the White House hailed as “an example of what can be accomplished when we put aside partisan differences,” congressional Republicans today responded to President Obama’s $447 billion American Jobs Act by allowing the President to create one part-time job.

    While details of what the job would entail remain to be determined, it was expected to be in the lawn work or handing-out-flyers industry.

    At the White House, the President acknowledged that creating one part-time job fell somewhat short of the millions of full-time jobs envisioned in his proposed legislation, but added, “This is clearly a step in the right direction.”

    In order to secure funding for the part-time job, Mr. Obama had to cave to a series of Republican demands, including tax breaks for second homes and third wives.

    But even as the President and congressional Republicans announced their agreement on the part-time job plan, the proposal came under attack from GOP presidential front-runner Rick Perry, who blasted the plan for creating yet another worker who would someday be eligible for Social Security.

    “If we don’t cut Social Security now, we won’t have enough money to execute our children’s children,” Gov. Perry said.

  5. Fidel's dirt nap says:

    You walk into a NYC club, and right then none other than Jim Carrey decides to jump up on stage and cover “Creep” from Radiohead:

    Not that bad either.  Crap.

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