paddle-babuy

While the models featured in this cartoon are not accurately depicted, this artist conception does authentically show the bare bottom paddling that is administered to disobedient DOS slaves.


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  • In the early to mid-seventies, when they began to hear the Ramones and the New York Dolls and Graham Parker and Elvis Costello and even Slade, a lot of rockers took the nooses off their necks and climbed down from the chairs. To understand why they climbed up in the chairs in the first place, listen to Yes. Really, you can’t get any further from rock’n’roll than this.

    •  Slade? What are you, an unwitting victim of a failed government drug experiment? And Yes was not Rock and Roll. Anymore than Emerson, Lake and Palmer was.

    •  Progressive rock from the 70’s, Professor.  It’s an acquired taste.

      Yeah, Chris Squire looks like he ate Steve Howe, but they all had mean technical ability.

      I hope Robin Trower’s going to be there, too.  He’s England’s answer to Hendrix.

    •  Progressive rock from the 70’s, Professor.  It’s an acquired taste.

      Yeah, Chris Squire looks like he ate Steve Howe, but they all had mean technical ability.

      I hope Robin Trower’s going to be there, too.  He’s England’s answer to Hendrix.

    •  Rick. Wakeman. AND Bill. Bruford. Guess Ol’ Steve cobbles together what he can and calls it Yes. I saw the Close to the Edge Tour in ’74. This incarnation is a bit lacking. No doubt good, but still lacking.

  • The lack of Ian Anderson would not be unusual, as he was the front man for Jethro Tull.  The lack of Jon Anderson would be another matter.

  • I got “90125” on cassette for Xmas when I was 10. Still love that album. I know their 70s fans loathe it.