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American patriotic singer, songwriter and member of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy has a ton of hits. Which one's your favorite?
June 27, 2001 9:35 PM   Subscribe

American patriotic singer, songwriter and member of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy has a ton of hits. Which one's your favorite? How about that little ditty you first heard at ShootFest live, Leave our guns alone? But still you couldn't keep your hands to yourself? Waste no more time, this site's for you!
posted by crasspastor (14 comments total)

 
Did anyone tell Mr. Klang that Bob Roberts was actually fiction and not a documentary?
posted by mathowie at 9:41 PM on June 27, 2001


no offense--i'm a democrat--but the antagonism of some of these latest postings with respect to politics is just getting boring to me. you want kooky? how about timecube.
posted by moz at 9:48 PM on June 27, 2001


klang.com? This is better.
posted by ZachsMind at 9:49 PM on June 27, 2001


I prefer clango.org to klang.com, myself.
posted by toddshot at 9:51 PM on June 27, 2001


Actually moz, regardless of politics I thought Klang.com was borderline humorous. Oh, and how we've seen it all before. I only threw in the "Vast Right Wing Conspiracy" bit because his site is on the webring of the same name. That's it, that's all and it happens to be my Friday.

And everybody has something better. Sorry I shared!
posted by crasspastor at 10:00 PM on June 27, 2001


Glad I'm not the only one that thought of kdlang on that url, connect with music and I was very puzzled. Anyway, nice typography. bwahaha!
posted by tiaka at 10:03 PM on June 27, 2001


moz: The most hostile thread (and a related metatalk thread) of recent days involved human fat and weight, not politics, at least not directly.
posted by raysmj at 10:31 PM on June 27, 2001


Forget Klang- that timecube guy is great! The greatest thinker and wisest human! :) He reminds me of "Elegant Elliott" from the Howard Stern show...
posted by hincandenza at 11:03 PM on June 27, 2001


"Scientists and gods created evil 1 corner Day. "

I don't yet know where exactly, but I'm putting that on next year's tax form.
posted by dong_resin at 12:01 AM on June 28, 2001


Evil 1-Corner Day: just like Ice Cream Day, but that much angrier.
posted by youhas at 12:47 AM on June 28, 2001


The timecube guy claims that a spinning planet travels 4 times the distance of a non-spinning planet with the same orbit.

I'm sure most of you are probably better at math than me, but wouldn't a point on the surface of the Earth trace out a cycloid along the path of Earth's orbit? I seriously doubt the answer is four times the distance. I would look for an answer that maybe used pi or perhaps a cosine or something. Then again most math books I've seen don't ask "Are you Jewish?" and then link to yet another bizarre rant.

BTW: I really don't know how long the path traced out by the point would be, but that's because my trig teacher was part of the evil 1 corner conspiracy.
posted by hwright at 7:52 AM on June 28, 2001


Why does every "patriotic" site seem to be in serious need of a good designer? They're all so ... ugly.
posted by hadashi at 7:56 AM on June 28, 2001


Why does every "patriotic" site seem to be in serious need of a good designer? They're all so ... ugly.

Most of the web is.
posted by ratbastard at 8:43 AM on June 28, 2001


Isn't this guy Lee Greenwood's opening act?
posted by nofundy at 8:59 AM on June 28, 2001


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