Friday, April 8, 2011

Friday Bits of Tid - Video Day

On this day in 1743, nothing happened.

That's my story and I'm sticking to it.

It would be nice if nothing happened, especially after this week. Sheesh, what a week. Another earthquake in Japan, like they haven't had enough already, the judicial election in Wisconsin, the federal budget meltdown with our military caught in the middle and not getting paid, and now Obama's biweekly vacay.

Oh well, let's let the rest of the world do whatever it is they want to do. I'll just open a nice Breakfast Beer. I'll put it in this beer holster for my walkabout. Everything is better with beer. And bacon.

Duude, like if you, like, eat one of these pot candy bars, like, won't you get the munchies and, like, man, want to eat another pot candy bar? You'll be, like, really, really busy eating all day, won't you, man?

This is not good news: Mankind is nearing the end of the Age of Speed. Coulda fooled me, it seems as if everything is happening faster and faster. Oh, that's just for machines? Nevermind.

Bacon cologne. Need more be said?

What do Carlisle Cullen, Scrooge McDuck, Jay Gatsby, and Jed Clampett all have in common? They're on the Forbes Fictional 15. Consipuous by his absence from this years list is Uncle Sam. Go figure.

And now for the crux of the biscuit, today's videos. There are a few I've posted just because you need to see them if you haven't already. It'll be good for you, trust me. A couple are just standard Friday fare, a way to welcome the weekend.

Here'e a one that's good for you. It's the kind of Congressional hearing we should be having more of.

Here's another pair, because all the goodness just won't fit in one YouTube video.

Ladies and gentlemen, Ann Barnhardt, Cultural Heroine.

An interview with this amazing woman is here. A devout Catholic, she says, " I reckon He looks at me and just shakes His head." He Might, but we don't. We need more like you.

Here's a trailer for the first movie for us Tea Partiers, Atlas Shrugged, Pt. 1.

As of this writing, Atlas Shrugged hasn't been picked up by a major distributor yet, so you'll have to call your favorite theater and ask them to run it. Haven't heard about plans for the DVD yet.

This is just way cool.

And finally, the official video of this blog (for this week, anyway).

Ya'll come back now, y'hear? Also, if you could hit the tip jar, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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