Good morning, and welcome to another edition of Hunky Hump Day. Here’s a song from the days when Saturday Night Live was funny.
I don’t have a theme for today, just posting ones I like.
Good morning, and welcome to another edition of Hunky Hump Day. I have been watching Turner Classic Movies’ 31 Days of Oscar and enjoying the days when an Academy Award went to a good film, not an exercise in box-checking diversity. I fully expect them to create a new category for Best Performance by a Transgender, lest someone win for both Actor and Actress.
So humor me for a little nostalgia trip. Yeah, I know the pics don’t match the movie, but the movie is what they were nominated for, and I picked the pic I liked.
Good morning, and welcome to another edition of Hunky Hump Day.
Once upon a time, when MTV actually played music videos, some of those videos tried to be little mini-movies. Most of the time, they just conveyed that cocaine is bad, m’kay? John Wetton of Asia and Crimson King passed away today (Tuesday the 31st), and in thinking of Asia, I remembered seeing a video jukebox in Charleston, SC. It was in a video game arcade, and it was just like a regular jukebox except it was a dollar per song instead of a quarter, fewer songs, and a TV screen. My friends and I dropped a couple of bucks to see a ZZ Top video (“Legs“, IIRC) and this:
Allan Quatermain? Indiana Jones? Who knows. All I know is Aggie’s machete works better than that.
Speaking of Allan Quatermain….
Good morning, and welcome to another edition of Hunky Hump Day. Let’s get started.
Prayers for the folks hit by this week’s storms. I have a Faceplant friend with family hit in Albany, Georgia.
Now for the hunks. You know what I’ve been doing when Pinterest sends me suggestions under “Beautiful Men”. Do we want beautiful men? How about just pleasing to look at.
Good morning, and welcome to another edition of Hunky Hump Day, the last one of the Obama administration. Who will TFG pardon today?
Let’s get started.
Today’s poat is partially inspired by the movie “John Carter“. I still need to see the end – the cable went on the fritz in the last 20 minutes or so, and there’s no telling how far off Hollywood decided to go from the book.
Taylor Kitsch played John Carter.