Sunday, May 16, 2010

NRA Celebs

NUGENT: My gun control
I will not drown; drink and drive; chain-saw massacre anyone; stumble; slice, burn or shoot myself, nor will I ever hold up a bank. So the best advice would be to think, improvise, adapt and overcome, man up, but by all means, leave me alone. You don't ban electric guitars just because someone may have a lapse in logic, goodwill and decency and spontaneously break out into country and Western music. The vast majority of sensible people will use electric guitars as God intended and whip out good, sexy rock 'n' roll licks.  [ continued]
Boned Jello


pdwalker said...

Can I get an "Amen!" here?

Juice said...

WoW! That was just plain beautiful. He actually gave me hope there is a real America out there. He is the man!
..."Drive a bad guy nuts. Then shoot him."
Words to live by. :D:D

BlogDog said...

Uncle Ted is a helluva rock n rolla (and a Paul Reed Smith artist as well, Maryland fans) but the slam on country and western was not deserved. I'd take Brad Paisely as a guitarist over the Nudge any day.

JMcD said...

Pictured above is Lee Harvey Oswald and the Dallyasses doing their rendition of early "beatin the RAP" tune, L'CHAIM GANG with Lee on vocal, Jack 'the axe' Ruby on guitar, and Det. Jim 'the man' Leavelle on keyboard.
Today's RAP music evolved from this early style combined with the mutual insult trading exercise from the fifties called "Playing The Dozens".
Many outstanding musicians of today owe their careers to these great pioneers and those original swappers of 'Dozens'.

Anonymous said...

What if Ted and Ann had a baby?

Anonymous said...

Nugent/Palin 2012!

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