Sunday, August 15, 2010

Sunday Sacrilege



I was pretty sure no one could outdo the "Mosque at Ground Zero" song.

I was wrong.

Behold, redneck novelty song savant Ray Stevens.

(via Christian Nightmares)

10 comments:

Benoît from Ottawa said...

If that's the same Ray Stevens (Guitarzan, Ahab the Ayrab), and I fear it is, gawd, he used to be funny, eons back -- and gawd, how some people can degenerate with age. Mentally.

It's sad, really.

Lisa said...

That's the "Spiders and Snakes" guy? This is the most awesome thing, ever.

Anonymous said...

the music sucks.

Chez said...

Thank you, Captain Obvious.

Eric said...

So... wait... Eric Holder is Japanese and he's bombing Pearl Harbor with drugs and somehow there are Mexicans involved?!

I guess this is the kind of thing you miss when you get all your news off the Internet. I'm calling TimeWarner Cable and my local newspaper about subscriptions first thing tomorrow. In the meantime, I'm getting drunk off my ass and going back to bed, because I tell you, I really can't handle this shit right now. Somebody really should've told me.

Fishman said...

I thought the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?

Donal said...

Spiders and Snakes was by Jim Stafford. I liked Ray Stevens, but he seems to have bought into the easy lies.

Deacon Blue said...

I had managed to go the entirety of my 42 years blissfully ignorant of anything but Ray Stevens' name and the fact he had something to do with music.

So much for that streak.

Damn you, Chez!

Tabi said...

Yes, because the bombing of Pearl Harbor had everything to do with Mexican immigrants. Of course.

Amii said...

All the homo erotic imagery was cracking me up! but then again, that isn't his issue here, is it?