Monday, March 19, 2012

odd zen ends

Barring some unforeseen trouble, Peyton Manning will be the Broncos' quarterback. But Tim Tebow doesn't want to go back to the bench, and looking at him, it seems to me that somebody might want him for something. However, I don't think that something will include being a starter at quarterback in the National Foopball League.

Jihad Joe and his sidekick, Hamash Mani, are here to remind us that jihad and rap don't go together well. Jihad doesn't lend itself to bling.

I'd forgotten how much energetic force these guys could crank up. Steve Weber no doubt wrote it and sings it. This was 40 years ago from the album "Good Taste is Timeless."

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