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Welcome to 1978 / Grid Iron Ass Stomping
« on: October 13, 2013, 11:30:31 AM »
Well, as those of you in the ARRMO league can see, I have finally gotten a better handle on the Yahoo fantasy football thing.  I figured out how to actually drop players and look for new ones, since they seem to piss me off left and fucking right this year.  The fact that the only week I won was based on Tony Romo and his Herculean effort against the Horse Headed Hillbilly, is not lost on me.  I am not fond of Dallas, but always thought Romo seemed like a nice enough guy, so I tell myself it's alright to win on the back of the QB of the team I know is responsible for most of the evil in the world. 
     In my other league, the one where there is money invested and money to be won, I am sucking hind tit also.  I have given up on trying to win the year, so now it's a weekly tweak session trying to pick that perfect team for at least one god damned weakly win so I can get my money back.  It's desperation when you trade Bradford for Schaub based on St . Louis' terrible defense against the pass, even though Schaub had his single worst game of his career last week, but that's what it takes.  Balls and guts, also known as delusion.  That's where I am in all this.

Welcome to 1978 / RIP Allen Lanier
« on: August 27, 2013, 08:27:04 PM »
Allen Lanier, BOC's long time utility man, has gone to the great oyster farm in the sky.

Welcome to 1978 / Funny Shit From The Rich and Unoriginal
« on: August 15, 2013, 02:06:17 AM »
FIrst off, let me say is that I prefer The Black Keys, because they groove harder for my own brain, and Jack White seems like a mean hipster douche a lot of the times.....but this kind of feud makes me howl with laughter. Millionaires are so fucking hilarious.

Welcome to 1978 / BOC boots
« on: July 15, 2013, 02:09:10 AM »
I've been going nuts with those blogs that have all of the live boots.  I just started listening to a 1980 Poughkeepsie boot (FM broadcast) that has BOC in their second prime...god damn, I love this band.  "Mirrors" was an incredible album, and to hear Dr. Music with The Great Sun Jester is blowing my half drunk mind.  I've never heard these song live before.  KILLER shit. 8)

Welcome to 1978 / Schlitz Sighting
« on: July 05, 2013, 01:18:38 PM »
Just came across this awesome article about cheap beer.

Welcome to 1978 / Nazareth Top Ten
« on: June 23, 2013, 12:11:14 PM »
Nazareth was a staple of my heavy metal youth.  I first heard "Hair Of The Dog" on the radio and nearly lost my teenage mind.  Holy fuck, I recall thinking, upon hearing this cowbell-fueled stomper with son of a bitch in the actual that allowed on 70's radio, what will happen to the children who hear this.....well, they turned into people like us.

In no particular order other than number one:

Kentucky Fried Blues.
Sweet, sugary, Jesus can you make a riff any chunkier than this one?  It sounds like Manny Charlton is cutting into a slab of lime stone with a sharpened dinosaur dick.  I swear to god, his guitar is wheezing by the end of the song, exhausted.  Dirty Dan Mcafferty sounds like a truck driver cruising the night time parking lots of a Wyoming truck stop looking to score speed or kill hookers, or both.  A perfect song.  (To be honest, "Expect No Mercy" is the high water mark for this band.  The entire album is flat out masterful.  It barely edges out Hair Of The Dog as the pound for pound king in the catalog.)

Beggars Day

Miss Misery

Expect No Mercy

Gone Dead Train


Changing Times

Morning Dew


This Flight Tonight

Welcome to 1978 / The Return Of Supe/1 Ticket Left For Africa
« on: June 10, 2013, 10:37:36 AM »
Young man, where the fuck have you been?!  We've been worried sick.  We've had flyers posted from Brooklyn to Nashville to Nola to the greater Seattle area....the sobbing has been intense.  We thought you'd joined one of those cults that California has in abundance.  I prayed to Geezer that Sabbatology had NOT been discarded for some worthless belief system that doesn't even begin to rock....please, tell us.

I've got one extra ticket to the Congo leg of the Sabbath tour if you're interested.  Do you have a machete' and a firearm?  We'll be staying with a group of child-soldiers and an armed chimpanzee, but don't let that alarm you.  Once you're high as shit on the local drugs, fear is truly irrelevant.   (Krawdad isn't coming, he says-in this strange Foghorn Leghorn voice he has recently begun to talk in all the time- the Haitian part of the tour is "enough colored boys fuh me in one year, I say, I say!!"  I think it has something to do with work and the threat of being kicked out of the Atlanta country club he's a member of.  I told him going to Haiti dressed like Col. Sanders was a bad idea, but he has become convinced that I am nothing more than a drug addled idiot in a Molly Hatchet shirt.  Go figure.)

Welcome to 1978 / The Land Of The Rising Diamond
« on: May 24, 2013, 03:04:13 PM »

Still kicking ass and righting wrongs.

Welcome to 1978 / New Ghost Album
« on: May 13, 2013, 09:38:25 PM »
If ya'll recall, I was totally smitten with the debut album by the band Ghost about a year or so ago.  For whatever reason, they are now called Ghost B.C. (at least in the states).  I'm downloading the new album right now.  Has anyone heard it?  I anticipate more of that awesome Mercyful Fate meets Blue Oyster Cult style. 

Evidently they played Seattle recently but I had no idea, otherwise I would have tried to make it. 

Hail motherfucking SATAN!!!

Welcome to 1978 / Hear Rock City
« on: May 08, 2013, 11:12:24 PM »
I've been going to this blog, Hear Rock City, for the last six months.  Multiple bootlegs.  Some awesome shit.  From Head East out of print albums to classic Aerosmith/Ted Nugent shows.  If anyone is interested.

Welcome to 1978 / Motorhead BTM
« on: May 06, 2013, 02:18:45 AM »
 There's a Behind The Music recently done, just found it on the Motorhead official website.  Pretty cool.

Welcome to 1978 / For The Record: George Jones
« on: May 02, 2013, 10:49:49 PM »
George Jones died.

That motherfucker was THE voice of country music, when it was still good.  He was. 

Myself, I'm a Merle Haggard guy, to the fucking bone, but Jones was something else.  The Possum was the Frank Sinatra of that entire genre.  And for good reason.  He was a better singer than Frank.  Purer voice, almost as good phrasing, but just a fucking BEAST of singer.  Like Lee Hazlewood or Ray Price at his finest, it was like listening to someone croon at the end of the world, in a velvet missile silo.

The fact that he was about my age when he discovered cocaine, only makes me love that no-showing motherfucker even more. Him and Glenn Campbell.  Another legend, about to bail on us.

Welcome to 1978 / Baseball Violence
« on: April 12, 2013, 11:38:20 AM »
Last night a pitcher for the Dodgers hit a batter, then there was a storming of the mound, and in the end, the dude leaves the game with a broken collarbone. Is it me, or are MLB players some of the most insecure pro athletes in the world?  It's as if they resent the amount of contact in the game that they play, so they are always looking for some opportunity to go all Badass Billy on each other to have their dicks stretched on TV for the world to see.  I don't understand how it is that a grown man, probably on more steroids than an East German swim team, can go after another man with a baseball bat in his hands, and not get charged with attempted murder.
     I've always felt the whole "payback" element of throwing at hitters should be either eradicated from the collective dumbass mind of baseball, or we should let them fight to the fucking death right then and there.  Show us what you got.  My inner Roman can handle a couple of millionaires who have never held real jobs beating each other to death in a stadium filled with fans.

Welcome to 1978 / There's Been A Shift
« on: March 27, 2013, 03:15:51 PM »
"Held within the Pleasure Dome
Decreed by Kubla Khan"

For some reason, I'm listening to a lot of Rush lately.  I don't know if I actually like Rush, or I just really like the idea of Rush.  I tend towards the first two albums and Permanent Waves, yet finding myself craving the sniffing of glue with most of the rest of their catalogue.  Trust me, glue sniffing might sound edgy, actually it's anything but, unless you're in a train car with some righteous hobos.  That doesn't happen very often.  Most hobos just aren't down with Rush.  Demographics, what can you do?

They legalized weed in Washington.

Welcome to 1978 / Awesome Quiz Combining Academia and Hobos
« on: March 23, 2013, 03:27:50 PM »

Things like this help us understand just how dirty knowledge actually is, and why it should be avoided. 

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