After all of these years, an answer…

October 31, 2007

This was probably known already, but boy did this bug me in the 80s.  From the Wikipedia entry on Rock of Ages by Def Leppard:

It begins with a German-like nonsense phrase, “Gunter glieben glauchen globen”…..These four words that you hear at the start of “Rock of Ages”, mean nothing in particular though, the band sometimes jokingly claims it means “running through the forest silently”. It’s gibberish, said by producer Mutt Lange during the recordings of the song, instead of the regular one, two, three, four.

Regardless, I’m still convinced that the weird sounds at the end of the album is going to be my trigger to the million man mooning project.

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Current Kids Television

October 30, 2007

Once you have a child, at some point in time you are required by law to make comments about the state of children’s television and how it compared to what you watched as a kid. 

This tends to take two forms.  Read the rest of this entry »


Minesweeper The Movie

October 19, 2007

Originally posted on http://www.collegehumor.com/chtv


Zack Status

October 17, 2007

Well, here are the lastest things going on with my son, as of October 17th, 2007:

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Reminds Me

October 17, 2007

This seems very similar to Zack’s reaction to formula sometimes (tho he really just wants juice…)

Maybe he prefers a mixer.


And in the Center Square…

October 3, 2007

I’m honestly not sure if this DVD Release is a sign of the apovalypse or something I need to purchase immediately.

Details of the special are here.

And of course:

Peter: It is the most abused and neglected part of your body– what is it?

Paul:  Mine may be abused but it certainly isn’t neglected!


Certainly not one of MY Anxieties

October 3, 2007

The Very Idea!

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And I certainly don’t know of an Atlanta-based mullet connouiseur who has nightmares of this either. 

I think Zonker’s entire family (extended, past, and future) has been banned from several libraries across the country.

(strips were edited from the Classic Bloom County page)