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Bloviating Zeppelin: On The Road

Bloviating Zeppelin

(in-ep-toc'-ra-cy) - a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.

Friday, February 26, 2010

On The Road

Time to leave the wonderful ocean and northern Fornicalia coast and head back home -- taking care of some very important personal business first.

Already I miss the place. If I could somehow afford it or wangle it, I'd live here in a heartbeat.

So no post today -- we're on the road again.


What are your favorite "road songs"?


Blogger Tim said...

Just did 1100 miles in four days. Pooped! On the road agian by Willie Nelson. Highway Star by Deep Purple (although that makes me want to drive too fast!)Riders on the Storm remix by Snoop Doggy Dogg ("like a Dogg without a bone, a G without his chrome"
"Need for speed I'm trying to take the lead hold on little homey
Before you run into the trees I've seen things that
I would have never saw before hey yo Jim let'em in, let'em in open up
My back tire smokin' (errrr) the whole street and now the police wanna
Flash they lights and chase the Dogg all night (woof) but I won't pull over
Nor give up cause I just don't give a f*%@
yeah from the side boy where we was born and raised straight up to ride
boy (west side) continuously, (continuously) we get to it expeditiously
keep the light on east side on Snoop Dogg and The Doors
And yeah we bout to ride on

Fri Feb 26, 08:33:00 AM PST  
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Blogger Old NFO said...

WIllie Nelson! :-) Travel safe!

Fri Feb 26, 05:18:00 PM PST  
Blogger dons_mind said...

white line fever! dead skunk in the middle of the road! white rabbit!

Fri Feb 26, 06:22:00 PM PST  
Blogger peedee said...

I like cd's that I can listen to from beginning to end, that I know every song by heart when I travel.

Heres a couple out favorites to travel to.....
NIN - Pretty Hate Machine
My Chemical Romance - The Black Parade
Prince - Purple Rain
Bush - Sixteen Stone
Depeche Mode - Violator
The Killers - Hot Fuss

Hope you have a safe trip home with your new buddy!!

Fri Feb 26, 06:48:00 PM PST  
Blogger Z said...

I always loved CANNED HEAT, thanks for that.


Fri Feb 26, 10:22:00 PM PST  
Blogger shoprat said...

I like that old early seventies song Me and You and a Dog Named Boo by I believe it was Lobo.

By the way I have internet access again, finally.

Sat Feb 27, 07:24:00 AM PST  
Blogger cj said...

Love Canned Heat! As for favorite 'road' song, can there be any question:

Get your motor runnin'
Head out on the highway
Lookin' for adventure
And whatever comes our way
Yeah Darlin' go make it happen
Take the world in a love embrace
Fire all of your guns at once
And explode into space

That would be Born to Be Wild by Steppenwolfe.

Fair winds and following seas, BZ.


Sat Feb 27, 12:18:00 PM PST  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Tim: Highway Star by DP: very appropriate. Can't go with the rap n stuff. Closest I'll ever get is when I actually enjoyed "No Sleep Till Brooklyn" in a Steven Seagal movie.

Lowrence: dude.

NFO: I'm assuming Willie and/or The Outlaws with "On The Road Again."

Don's Mind: White Line Fever? Check! That also made me think of Commander Cody And His Lost Planet Airmen!

PD: introduced Teddy to the pack last night after we got home, with some trepidation. The hesitancy was the larger black dog we'd gotten from Mendocino Humane Society last year. Something happened to her before we got her, and she still has pretty big insecurity issues. She was used to ruling the roost because she's the largest dog, and there was a pretty decent sized fight last night. Now, when Teddy growls, she turns her head away -- so I think he's starting to establish some dominance though he's a smaller kid.

We were told he's 5 years old, but we think he's older than that. Plus, he just recently got -- ahem -- "cut," so he's not terribly pleased with being chopped at such an advanced age. Matter of fact, right now, he's lying at my feet in a grey dog sweater as I type.

My Chemical Romance (specifically The Black Parade!) -- I first heard them on a The Sopranos episode. They played "Mama" and I thought: I gotta find out who those guys are!

So, do you like the song "Teenagers" and was it applicable?

Z: I saw them when Bob "Big Bear" Hite was still alive -- after Al Wilson died, so I missed his harp work -- and they were great! I saw them during their "Historical Figures & Ancient Heads" tour.

Shoprat: internet! Woo-hoo! And yes it was Lobo.


Sat Feb 27, 12:21:00 PM PST  
Blogger peedee said...

Glad to hear the kids are "starting" to get along. The pack has been changed so its natural for the order of dominance to be challenged.

My sister has a chihuahua the same age as my Jake. Been together since they were pups. And when she's around....she rules. She's 5lbs, Jakes 80lbs. lol So size doesnt matter in this situation!

Glad to hear they're all adjusting. In a couple of weeks they'll be best friends. =)

And yes as a "Teenager" I was a hellion. Did you have a doubt?? lmao!
But, "Sleep" is my favorite song on the CD. Its funny you picked that one CD out of those I listed. Since I'd written that yesterday, I had an urge to hear only one of those bands and woke up this morning and put on the Black Parade and listened to it. Very Loud. As thats the best way to appreciate it.

Glad your all home safe and sound. I want to see your other pups too! Post picks when you get a chance on a slow news/political day.

Sat Feb 27, 03:14:00 PM PST  
Blogger Law and Order Teacher said...

When I was discharged from the military my two brothers came to Colorado for the drive back to Ohio. While en route I had a Carly Simon tape on the 8-track (yes I am that old).

My brother fell asleep with his knee against the tape so I couldn't eject it. I listened to Carly for about four hours. She can sing and was hot in her day, but four hours? No one's that good. Not my favorite road song.

Sat Feb 27, 09:30:00 PM PST  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

PD: still awaiting for who will claim dominance.

LOT: 8-tracks? Dude, when I was a kid I listened to 78s and then, in radio, when we played a song it was predominantly off 45s. LPs came later when I transitioned to AOR radio stations.

THAT'S how old I am.


Sat Feb 27, 11:17:00 PM PST  
Blogger JINGOIST said...

Those guys are great!

Sun Feb 28, 02:21:00 PM PST  
Blogger Maggie Thornton said...

I would have picked this Canned Heat, but since it's taken, I really like John Fogerty's Hot Rod Heart and Willie's She Loves my Automobile.

I enjoyed this BZ. I love Canned Heat.

Sun Feb 28, 07:18:00 PM PST  
Blogger Ann T. said...

Dear BZ,
late to the fair, but hey.

"Riders on the Storm" with the Doors,
Allman Brothers "Midnight Rider",
of course Steppenwolf, oh yeah.
Lucinda Williams "Joy"
Patsy Cline "Walking After Midnight"

Glad to hear that Teddy's working his way into the pack. That was a great thing for you to do. Since I cannot have a dog in my condo, I remain jealous.

Hon, you know you're going to drive me to drinkin',
if you don't stop driving that
Hot. Rod. Lincoln.
Ann T.

Fri Mar 05, 08:07:00 PM PST  

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