Rock Around the Croc: Hector Berlioz and Program Music

Welcome back you darling little gremlins, it’s time once again to learn some music stuff. Today we continue our exploration of the Romantic Era as we take a look at Hector Berlioz (1803-1869) and the Symphonie Fantastique. But it will take a bit to get to that, so let’s start with a shorter work, “Le chant des chemins de fer” (Song of the Railways):

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Too Hot to Fish, Too Hot to Golf, Too Cold at Meme

Let’s get those kids trained for a trip to El Caliente, our favorite restaurant!

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New name? Hostage Autonomous Zone. Or … HAZ. Catchy?


I’ve got an idea. Stick with me for a minute. So, our little blog is a somewhat unknown spot on AlGore’s internet … but say we “occupy” a bigger website and just demand that its our’s?   I don’t mean Ace’s or similar. We need to take back the enemy.  Is Daily Kos still a thing? Continue reading

and On, On and On, On and On

Leon who?


I have two speeches ready for Boy1, not sure which to deliver.

Option 1:

Option 2:


I’m hungry.  What’s for lunch?



Big Repeat Boob Friday

Hello body surfers and Leon, and welcome to the no-extra-points addition of Big Boob Friday.

Mrs. Buffalone has an AP on her phone called Spottify, and she’s been going crazy making play lists and downloading songs. I’m not sure if the AP is worth a monthly fee, or where she got today’s selection, but I dig it baby, yeah.



We are going to re-visit one of my BBF favorites, since I’ve been having so much trouble finding new talent I’m not sleeping well at night.

Your model for today was born in Columbia, South Carolina on January 23rd, 1992. At 5’1″ and 105 pounds, she measures 32-27-35 and wears a sporty GG cup which I’m guessing stands for great god almighty look at those things. Please stop thinking only of your own pleasure long enough to welcome again, Miss Tessa Fowler!

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