Sunday, February 1, 2015

Hot Pick Of The Late Night

Wichita Lineman

I remember this song from my childhood listening to the car radio.. great song..

"Wichita Lineman" is a song written by American songwriter Jimmy Webb in 1968. It was first recorded by American country music artist Glen Campbell and widely covered by other artists. Campbell's version, which appeared on his 1968 album of the same name, reached #3 on the U.S. pop chart, remaining in the Top 100 for 15 weeks. In addition, the song also topped the American country music chart for two weeks, and the adult contemporary chart for six weeks.[1] It was certified gold by the RIAA in January 1969.[2] The song reached #7 in the UK. In Canada, the single also topped both the RPM national and country singles charts.[3][4]

In 2004, Rolling Stone magazine's list of the "500 Greatest Songs of All Time" ranked "Wichita Lineman" at #192. It has been referred to as "the first existential country song".[5] British music journalist Stuart Maconiecalled it "the greatest pop song ever composed";[6] and the BBC referred to it as "one of those rare songs that seems somehow to exist in a world of its own – not just timeless but ultimately outside of modern music".[7]

"Wichita Lineman" featured in series 12 of BBC Radio 4's Soul Music, a documentary series featuring stories behind pieces of music with a powerful emotional impact.[8]

Saturday, January 31, 2015

Girls With Guns

Capitalism Did Wot?


Everything good bitches.

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On Bad Governments...


TITAN: Saturn's Largest Moon..


More On The Moon and Other Extra-Planetary Objects:

10 Strange Secrets Of The Moon
Russia plans to colonise the MOON by 2030 according to leaked government document that says robot ‘rovers’ will be sent in 2016
NASA Says Pluto's MOON CRACKS must be PROBED for mystery ocean
Buzz Aldrin calls for humans to colonise the Red Planet
Japan Wants To Turn The Moon Into A Giant Power Plant
Pluto Wins
The crew of Apollo 11 enjoy the traditional steak and egg breakfast before departing for the moon, July 16 1969.
GOOD LUCK, MR. GORSKY
Reinstate Pluto As A Planet.
FORMER NASA SCIENTIST: GLOBAL WARMING IS NONSENSE
This is what we'd see if Saturn was as close as the Moon.
50 Amazing Facts About The Moon


Yezidi Resistance Fighter Fights Against ISIS


This is Feqîr Badal Zaro, an old Yezidi Resistance Fighter in Shingal. Since August, when the ISIS Terrorists have killed thousands of Yezidis and abducted and the women - Fekir fights with his small unit, which consists almost entirely of family members against ISIS.

More Incredible Photos:
Amazing Photos Collection #1
Amazing Photos Collection #2

Stop The Insanity


Weather people who stand out in the weather and tell us it is dangerous to go out in it.
JUST STOP.

More Amazing Animated Gifs HERE
Animated Gif Collection #2 HERE

Lysander Spooner Describes The Corrupt Obama Administration


More Spoonage:

Such an agreement is not voluntary and therefore cannot be considered a legitimate contract at all ...

My Logic Is Undeniable


Major Advances for Concealed Carry on Campuses in Several States

Gun bills advancing in Wyoming, Florida, Texas, Indiana, Montana, North Dakota

Concealed carry on campuses made strong advances with bills in Wyoming and Florida passing out of committee and one bill in Texas gaining support. Indiana and Montana recently introduced similar bills, and North Dakota is reportedly considering such legislation.

Rep. Allen Jaggi (R.) was the primary sponsor of House Bill 114, the Wyoming Repeal Gun Free Zones Act. It would allow for concealed carry of weapons at schools, universities, and colleges as well as governmental buildings.

It passed its first hurdle this week, with the House Judiciary Committee voting 8-1 to approve the bill and send it to the House floor.

Jaggi’s communications director did not respond to a request for comment as of press time. Jaggi told the Wyoming Tribune Eagle he believes it is unconstitutional that...

Attkisson: Obama Officials 'Bully and Threaten' Journalists, Free Press

Testifying at the confirmation hearing for Attorney General-nominee Loretta Lynch on Thursday, investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson expressed concern about the “serious, long-term damage to a supposedly free press” by the Obama administration, which she claims “bullies and threatens access of journalists who do their jobs, news organizations that publish stories they don’t like, and whistleblowers who dare to tell the truth.”

“The message has already been received: if you cross the administration with perfectly accurate reporting that they don’t like, you will be attacked and punished. You and your sources may be subjected to the kind of surveillance devised for enemies of the state,” Attkisson stated in her testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Attkisson, who has worked for CBS News, PBS, and CNN, detailed her personal experience as an investigative reporter dealing with the Obama administration.


She said she was subjected to...

Morning Mistress - Juicy!

"UseTube Celebrities" | Al Sharpton VS the Teleprompter #4


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