I just got home and my head feels pressurized… like it’s about to explode. So, I don’t have anything too profound except that in my meanderings this morning when my head felt like it was imploding, I came across these funny jpegs. The first one was found at Nacional sos el Decano del Futbol Uruguayo, which appears to be some sort of soccer fansite. The Salisbury’s always felt a certain kinship with the Simpson’s… perhaps that was all in my head.
Next, I found this jpeg titled “We found Nemo!” at Middle Age Madness. It made me hungry… a Philadelphia Roll, perhaps?
Anyway, that’s all I’m capable of today… I’m listening to Humble Pie Performance — Rockin’ The Filmore full blast. This, I think, is Peter Frampton at his shreddin’ best and Steve Marriott is soulful and intense. Steve will go down in history with Terry Reid as two of the most underappreciated rock vocalists of all time… They got so close.
Who is Peter Framson? Ha ha. I laughed at the Nemo sushi. I always feel like your head is going to implode anyways. Was it Einstien that said we only use about 30% of our brain. Personally I am saving space on my hard drive.
Peter Framson… you know, Stevie Ray Vaughn’s piano teacher.
I can’t help but laugh (LOL)…sorry!!
When I saw Peter Frampton, it was when NO ONE knew who he was! (actually 3 times as the start up band) with 2 biggies ahead! Stevie…played a mean guitar WOW…You should read my archives on International Intrigue, etc…when I was writing, instead of copy and pasting! (smiling)
That sushi made me hungry!! Was just in Philly…being Silly…
Hope your brain is feeling better, take care….love this post!!
There are a few of us 40+ around, but not many….(LOL) On my blogroll – Madman, Maddog, Mr.G, Sage, Ed Abbey..& a few more can’t think at the moment though! (smiling)
Hmmm, sounds like Frampton’s Camel,¿verdad?
You got three laughs out of the Nemo one. Thanks for the laughs.
Wow, I love that scan of the head–there are a few people I know whose brain size resembles it…
Nemo–he was sacrificed for a good purpose. Don’t see that kind of food around here unless I take a trip into Chicago.
Humble Pie–wow, forgot about them. What a nice dessert to go with Japanese crusine.
thanks for stopping by my blog. I hope you enjoyed NC barbeque as much as Japanese sushi. BTW, Roy Blount, a fellow southerner, wrote a wonderful piece about the origins of sushi–of course, he took some liberty with the facts.
Bo, the Nemo thing, as Jack would say “is distusting”.
I saw Peter Frampton at a Day on the Green in 1975. My girlfriends and I didn’t really appreciate his music, we just thought he was cute. It’s funny, now he’s too pretty for me, but I like his music.
That Nemo thing is gross,disturbing, and scarring!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Just kidding but it is gross!