onsdag 31 oktober 2012

Nordpolen

Bilden här ovanför är ett foto jag tagit på siten Whos.among.us den visar var besökare som nyligen besökt min blogg kommer ifrån. Tydligen har någon person som befinner sig på Nordpolen besökt bloggen.

(Wikipedia) I motsats till Antarktis har landområdena i Arktis klar politisk tillhörighet och gränserna mellan kringliggande länder är oomstridda. Grönland tillhör Danmark; Svalbard, Jan Mayen och Bjørnøya tillhör Norge; Frans Josefs land tillhör Ryssland och Queen Elizabeth Islands tillhör Kanada.

..så förklara den Amerikanska flaggan?

Whats your favorite thing about autumn?


söndag 28 oktober 2012

If Carlsberg made girlfriends ...

If Carlsberg made girlfriends here’s a few things they’d say (probably)…

1. That fart was great! do another.
2. Are you sure you’ve had enough to drink?
3. No thats ok, you drink beer and watch porn. I’ll do the washing up.
4. Of course I swallow, I love it!
5. Just for a change, put it in my a**.
6. I’m bored, lets shave my p***y.
7. How about you get that girl from work to join us?
8. Marriage? no way!!!

Sadly, Carlsberg don’t do girlfriends.

Formel 1 bilens utveckling

4080_d258

You are what you eat


Torka inga tårar ...

Jonas Gardells tv serie "Torka inga tårar utan handskar" gick ju nyligen på Ettan... Fast dom borde kört den i Tvåan...

tisdag 23 oktober 2012

Ordet hen

Använder ni ordet hen? själv kan jag visst tänka mig att göra det, två krav har jag dock, det ena är att jag vid detta tillfälle talar engelska, det andra kravet är att jag då talar om en höna.

Write your name in japanese


Easy fixed



Ask Dr Ozzy


God natt

2448_2263

söndag 21 oktober 2012

Claustrophobia


Coffee is ...


A cheep holiday in other peoples misery

Kan folk med att resa och besöka en diktaturstat som Kina så kan de väl resa vart som helst, varför inte till Syrien?

lördag 20 oktober 2012

Society for asking stupid questions


Clash - Complete control

They said release 'Remote Control'
But we didn't want it on the label
They said, "Fly to Amsterdam"
The people laughed but the press went mad

Ooh ooh ooh someone's really smart
Ooh ooh ooh complete control, that's a laugh

On the last tour my mates couldn't get in
I'd open up the back door but they'd get run out again
At every hotel we was met by the Law
Come for the party - come to make sure!

Ooh ooh ooh have we done something wrong?
Ooh ooh ooh complete control, even over this song

They said we'd be artistically free
When we signed that bit of paper
They meant let's make a lotsa mon-ee
An' worry about it later

Ooh ooh ooh I'll never understand
Ooh ooh ooh complete control - lemme see your other hand!

All over the news spread fast
They're dirty, they're filthy
They ain't gonna last!

This is Joe Public speaking
I'm controlled in the body, controlled in the mind

Total
C-o-n control - that means you!


"Complete Control" is a song by The Clash, released as a 7" single and featured on the U.S. release of their debut album.
The song is often cited as one of punk's greatest singles, and is a fiery polemic on record companies, managers and the state of punk music itself, the motivation for the song being the band's label (CBS Records) releasing "Remote Control" without bothering to ask them, something that infuriated the group. The song also features perhaps the earliest usage of the phrase "guitar hero" in rock music, as sung by Joe Strummer to Mick Jones. The song also refers to managers of the time who sought to control their groups–Bernie Rhodes (of The Clash) and Malcolm McLaren (the Sex Pistols)–indeed, the song's very title is derived from this theme:

Bernie [Rhodes] had a meeting in The Ship in Soho after the Anarchy Tour. He said he wanted complete control...I came out of the club with Paul [Simonon] collapsing on the pavement in hysterics at those words.
 
The track also refers to the band's run-ins with the police, their practice of letting fans into gigs through the back door or window for free and a punk idealism seemingly crushed by the corporate reality they had become part of and the betrayal and anger they felt. The overriding message of the song can be recognised in this couplet from the song:

They said, we'd be artistically free / When we signed that bit of paper.
This message was scorned by some critics as naïveté on the part of the band - the late DJ John Peel was one of those, suggesting that the group must have realised CBS were not 'a foundation for the arts', while others were strong in their support of the single, for example:

Instead of a piece of cynicism, Complete Control becomes a hymn to Punk autonomy at its moment of eclipse.
The track was recorded at Sarm East Studios in Whitechapel, engineered by Mickey Foote and produced by Lee "Scratch" Perry. Perry had heard the band's cover of his Junior Murvin hit "Police and Thieves" and was moved enough to have put a picture of the band (the only white artist accorded such an honor) on the walls of his Black Ark Studio in Jamaica. When the Clash learned that Perry was in London producing for Bob Marley & the Wailers, he was invited to produce the single. "Scratch" readily agreed.
During the tracking session, some Clash and Perry biographies claim, Perry blew out a studio mixing board attempting to get a deep bass sound out of Paul Simonon's instrument, while a 1979 New Musical Express and Hit Parader article penned by Strummer and Jones stated that Perry had complimented Jones' guitar playing, saying he "played with an iron fist". Perry's contribution to the track, however, was toned down - the band went back and fiddled with the song themselves to bring the guitars out and played down the echo Perry had dropped on it. The song was also Topper Headon's first recording with the band, following the departure of Terry Chimes.
"Complete Control" reached number 28 in the singles chart, making it The Clash's first Top 30 release. In 1999, CBS Records reissued the single with a live version of "Complete Control". In 2004, Rolling Stone rated the song as No. 361 in its list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. The song is featured as a playable track in the video games Guitar Hero: Aerosmith and Rock Band.

Fixes everything


Vilse i öknen

De var en gång en man som gick vilse i öknen. Han gick och gick och gick och efter en månads tid såg han en kamel, han tänkte ”äntligen något att knulla! Han gick fram till kamelen men förstod att det fanns ett problem, kamelens "hål" satt för högt upp, han gick för att leta efter något att ställa sig på och hittade en stor sten. Han tog med sig den, lade den bakom kamelen och klev upp på den.
När han försökte stoppa in kuken blev kamelen rädd och gick två steg framåt, Då tog mannen stenen och gick fram bakom kamelen och lade stenen till rätta igen, klev åter upp på den och försökte igen. Men kamelen blev rädd och gick två steg framåt. Och så höll dom på hela tiden ...i en vecka, ja ända tills mannen hörde en kvinna ropa på hjälp!  han sprang dit och såg att en orm höll på att bita en sexig, storbystad blondin, han tog ormen och slog den i marken tills den var död, kvinnan blev naturligtvis glad och sa:
- åhhh min hjälte, jag gör vad som helst för dig!
Då svara mannen:
- "äntligen! Kan du hålla kamelen medan jag tar den bakifrån!?
 

fredag 19 oktober 2012

Bear Grylls ultimate survival


Adam loves marathon


Textning på villovägar

Plötsligt började Fredrik Reinfeldt diskutera "Herr Galt" med Jonas Sjöstedt.
Och Annie Lööf undrade var "lilla Björn" befann sig.
Allt enligt SVT:s textning – som hamnade i fel program.












Bitches please ...

Man tycker på något sätt att de kärringar som går omkring med en pinne i röven borde hålla varann om ryggen, men nähä då, det är bara något drygt år sedan bitchen Pernilla gav sig på Freddie Wadling pga hans utseendes skull.