Caminante Nocturno - 2010-01-06 "Under your arm is the top of the world" is the sort of thing I'd expect to hear from an armpit fetishist.
poetry publishing guide - 2010-01-06 It's weird to me to see the extent to which Americana stars and stripes motifs were adopted by the counterculture in the sixties/seventies-- whether it be by hippies a la Easy Rider or something along the lines of this commercial or people getting all jazzed up about the Bicentennial celebrations or whatever. It's difficult to imagine that sort of reclamation of American imagery by dope-smoking freaks happening today.
DON'T TREAD ON ME!
Ageusiatic - 2010-01-06 Don't forget Evel Knievel!
charmlessman - 2010-01-07 It's so symbolic that a CFC can of ozone killing deodorant bears the stars and stripes.
Syd Midnight - 2010-01-07 This is just so mutually embarrassing
Chalkdust - 2010-01-08 would this qualify for the "surprise Uncle Sam out of nowhere" tag?
Kumquatxop - 2010-04-12 what the hell is that noise at the end?
Juice Eggs McKenna - 2015-12-14 The authentic American mispronunciation of Melbourne was a nice touch.