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December 02, 2011


Titan Mk6B

I am not a blogger but Brain Damage by Pink Floyd would suit me very well.


Any old Clint Eastwood 'scetti western music.


Good on 'ya, Padre! I keyed up the URL, cranked up the sound, and drowned out the late news, which was blathering stories about the Marxists downtown skirmishing with the police. Perfect counterpoint. Maybe I'll throw some Duracoat in Red, White and Blue on the Remington 7615 Patrol Rifle when it comes in. It might have to be the counterpoint one of these days.

Patriot Padre

Lynyrd Shynyrd.... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFgLQgMLzAs&feature=related Red, White & Blue!!!!!


Being on dial-up, I can't do this kind of thing. My tentative, preliminary choices would be either "Hail to the Spirit of Liberty" by Sousa, or "Standard of Saint George" by Alford.
Old band nerd, I am.

Ragin' Dave

I would love to say Mussorgsky's "Night on Bald Mountain" but... well, I just don't think I'm all that. There's quite a few that I might claim, but if I had to pick one right this instant, it would be "Hey Pachuco" by the Royal Crown Revue. And yes, the misspelling is deliberate.


Simple Man, by Lynyrd Skynyrd.


The "Courageous Cat" theme, done by the New York Dolls.


If Johann Straus Senior's "Radetzky March" is your theme music, you might just be a distant member of the Hapsburg family:


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