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Good morning Ken & non-Kens. I was trying to find some certain lyrics so I could post something "funny" and I googled "kenschlampen scham lyrics" and clicked on one of the links; not a good idea if your co-workers don't like nudity.
I'm wondering how many new Swag-4-Lifers the station gained during this pledge drive? Big ups to all on meeting the goal, and let us also give thanks that the openly racist, pro-treason party suffered some electoral setbacks.
@Sem: Since I was in HS, I wanted to get out of the South, so, I logically thought what was antithetical to the South, and geographically and culturally, Canada was the answer. So, I adopted what was Canadian slang. It's stuck w/ me to this day. (I also appropriate other culutures' imagined slang and appropriate as my own.)
Michael Feldman? Ah, he's ok. On certain days, anyway.
I don't think I have ever pointed out that this Shelly-Wilson song is in the Deluxe Edition of Popeye's soundtrack. Yes! Deluxe Edition for christ sake! Having a deluxe edition was once the privilege of immortal classics. Not any more.
And thanks, Ken, for pointing out that this Deluxe edition has a 3D VR Megarelease!
I've mentioned it during these reissue spins before, but my family somehow fell into a tradition of watching the Popeye movie every New Years morning. So I'm inclined to feel warm and fuzzy over this cut anyway, but the Duvall/Nilsson patter pushes it over the top.
Also, to reiterate: There was once a time when a live-action Popeye movie could feature the combined talents of Robert Altman, Harry Nilsson, Jules Feiffer, Robert Evans, and Van Dyke Parks. That... would not happen today.
The origin of the name Misgurnus comes from the Greek word miseo (to hate) and the Turkish gür (stentorian), a name given to them due to their habit of becoming very active during barometric pressure changes that occur during thunderstorms.
Schlamm is simply mud, the word peitzger is lent from the slavic piskor (to whistle), because the fish makes a whistling sound when picked up because of air escaping from one of its bladders. So it's a mud-whistler!
When I was a kid my mom had a business making mohair wigs for fine-art dolls, so I spent a LOT of my childhood hanging around goat farms. The smell of huge sacks of untreated goat hair instantly brings me back to my youth.
Goats, like some station mangers, do not discriminate once they've begun feeding.
It's no holds barred.
Everything is on the menu.
I would advise extreme caution when employing the services of a goat / station manager.