Thursday, January 16, 2020

Skin the Bunny

Okay, I've seen a few things in my time. On one infamous road trip the Chili Dog Sisters sojourned to Atmore, TN to that haunt of depravity: the Boobie Bungalow, Yes, and even participated in an amateur night at one of the clubs in that unhallowed part of the Volunteer State!

However, it was in a club in darkest Idaho that I found the nadir of games: skin the bunny!

How is this played? You find the damnedest things on the internet; and the Urban Dictionary* came across. To-wit:

I was strictly an observer to this depraved spectacle. I was not the bunny! 

I must say that most of the participants were in varying degrees of intoxication and rated a D.U.I. if motoring.

Geesh! I feel like a censorious old lady! Maybe the Methodists might take me in. Or the Four Square Gospel congregation.

*You occasionally get good info in this participatory web site. But not often.

Friday, December 20, 2019

Christmas Songs that Suck

In my opinion, here are a few:

1. Santa Baby

2. Little Drummer Boy

3. Christmas Song

4. Baby It's Cold Outside

Sunday, June 23, 2019

A Song With Heartbreaking Lyrics

Country music has a few of them to drink more beer to. Here's Tanya Tucker singing "What's Your Mama's Name." It turns out he wasn't so creepy after all.

Tuesday, June 4, 2019


Well, the halcyon days of Spring finally came to Nashville; and Katarina had come back home after a year abroad working as a translator in Plovdiv, Bulgaria and Kyiv, Ukraine.  Gosh, the winters there were cold!  And the carefree Devushka styles she had worn the previous summer had been put away for the late fall and winter.  The Nashvillian spring had a lot more warmth than she was used to; and she deliberately planned to underdress for the weather wearing her bold, flashy halter and bare midriff. (Even with a little muffin top.)

That went over like a lead balloon with her kinfolks in Davidson County.

"Scandalous," they exclaimed; and an affront to Tennessean righteousness. However, this is akin to the pot calling the kettle black. After all, Tennessee is really up there when it comes to opiate abuse and meth labs.

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Stirring Up the Political Pot

We live in a  hypersensitive era; so I want to say up front that this is a Heidi attempt to be satirical, or ironic, if you prefer.

In a later time of studied hypersensitivity, a number of the old ways were gradually phased out. The Confederate monuments were taken down, language was adjusted to different sensibilities, and people were generally playing nice. Part of this was the passing of Donald Trump and the Democratic reaction; and also to emotional fatigue. God Damn!

This posed a dilemma for Philbert Wilson, who needed a new p.c. to trumpet in order to establish his bonafides. But, damn! Everybody was acting pleasant, and no issue was apparent. But, for an issue-seeker, this was not good.

However, lo and behold! He found something. While Google surfings he found an old song entitled "Rebel Rouser" back from the 1950s or so. OMFG! Is this to rouse up some Neoconfederates? Anyway, Philbert got into action. He got up petitions and tried to get this musical work banned on the internet.

As a further inducement, this same musician did his version of "Dixie."

Too bad Philbert did not listen all the way through. "Rebel Rouser" was an instrumental.

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Excerpts from the Flathead Beacon Police Blotter

9:06 a.m. A Whitefish man reported that he got bitten during a disagreement with his dog.
9:37 a.m. A dog named Buster wandered into a Columbia Falls home.
3:25 p.m. A dog has been barking “non-stop” in Kalispell.
8:24 p.m. Lake County called to see if Flathead County had any room in its jail. It did not.
10:22 p.m. Someone was driving through a Bigfork neighborhood and slowly shining a light into various homes.
10:42 p.m. A TV reporter called to see if anyone wanted to chat about the avalanche reported on Big Mountain earlier in the day.

A single cow was running down Farm-to-Market Road. Seems the cow would want to run away from the market.

A Columbia Falls man said his neighbor covered his car in “beans and cereal.” The man said that if a sheriff’s deputy didn’t show up soon he would “take things into my own hands.”

Thursday, April 11, 2019