Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Big-Eyed Beans from Venus, Don't Let Anything Get Between Us

Don Van Vliet, born 72 years ago today, is the only person who gets two High Egoslavian Holy Days a year. I Love You, You Big Dummy. Somebody in My Home. Abba Zaba. Metal Man Has Hornet's Wings. Beatle Bones and Smokin Stones. I Feel Like Achid. Zig-Zag Wanderer. Pachuco Cadaver. Sugar n Spikes. Grows Fins. Too Much Time. Best Batch Yet. Ice Cream for Crow. I'm Glad. The Dust Blows Forward 'n The Dust Blows Back. Ella Guru. XTC covers Ella Guru. Hair Pie, Bake One. Hair Pie, Bake Two. Big-Eyed Beans from Venus. Sonic Youth covers Electricity. Skeleton Makes Good. Her Eyes Are a Blue Billion Miles. Kandy Korn. Run Paint Run Run. On Tomorrow. When Big Joan Sets Up. Lick My Decals Off Baby. Woe Is Me Uh Bop. Low Yo Yo Stuff. Floppy Boot Stomp. Bat Chain Puller. A Carrot Is As Close as a Rabbit Gets to a Diamond. My Human Gets Me Blues. Ashtray Heart. Sue Egypt. Here I Am, I Always Am.


  1. ...it thinks the president has his priorities in the wrong order. When he talks about The American People, and the Middle Class thereof, he ought not to convince himself that he was re-elected because he's the guy who'll best bring down The Deficit. He got re-elected because the other guy convinced America that he wouldn't much care if people ate grass by the side of the road.

    The people who voted for this president did not do so because they wanted a balance program to bring down the deficit. They did so because they thought he was less likely to make their everyday lives harder than they already are. Because, as the blog's First Law Of Economics states: Fk The Deficit. People Got No Jobs. People Got No Money.

    Not quite an Obamapostasy, but perhaps as close as Charles P. Pierce is going to get.