Friday, May 30, 2008

Songs to Learn and Sing

A little lagniappe for you to close out the workaday week. You all undoubtedly know of Zamfir, master of the pan flute.

His first name? Gheorghe.

This blog just took on a whole new set of meanings.

18 comments:

Mark said...

Not only did the blog take on a whole new set of meanings, its likely to take on a much larger gay demographic. Way to broaden G:TB's horizons Rob.

rob said...

some of those log cabin republicans saw my earlier comment and made a request. we're like casey kasem here.

Mark said...

I saw Geoff finally got around to responding and felt the need to let him know he wasn't being ignored on the last post.

And if you're Casey, does that make TJ into Shadow Stevens?

rob said...

shadoe. he's very sensitive about the w.

teejay, that is.

TJ said...

Rick Dees (Nuts) pal.

Geoff said...

I'm also sensitive about the w...

Mark said...

So...Paul Pierce has established his legacy in Boston at this point, no? I mean, when it came down to it he was the go to guy for the Celtics.

Oh yeah, Flip is gone and it ain't all his fault. This Pistons team is the new Braves and you're a fool if you blame anybody other than the top 6/7players on this squad...

TJ said...

I blame Wálter Herrmann.

Mark said...

Bu why TJ? He's so dreamy...

Zoltan said...

I think Pierce needs to win it all. Otherwise his legacy will be that he was a very good player who came up short. Pierce doesn't have a ton of personality so he isn't as beloved by Massholes as he ought to be.

Zoltan said...

And who dresses Flip Saunders? Stevie Wonder? He looked like a clown last night.

TJ said...

There's one other reason Boston fans haven't embraced Pierce as much as they should...

Mark said...

Because he went to Kansas? What is it TJ? I'm on the edge of my seat.

TJ said...

Oh I'm sure you can figure it out.

rob said...

manny! you glorious showboating savant.

Mark said...

That was sarcasm TJ...

TJ said...

I'm already sick of seeing Magic's jump hook...and Game 1 isn't until Thursday night.

Mark said...

I'd much rather see replays of McHale's clotheslining of Rambis. That never gets old...