Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Show Them Babies

On Nov. 11th, we will be celebrating our service men and women. It is a very patriotic day and I though I would present this to show my appreciation.

12 comments:

Marni said...

You got it to post! WOOT!

Special K said...

I saw him live in Evansville...needless to say, we flashed....I love my country.

gawilli said...

Well I thought this was funny, but I did not enjoy it near as much as my husband did!

coffeypot said...

marni, thanks for the help. You are the best.

special k, I'm a veteran, you can flash me out of appreciation. I'll ogle, I promise!

gawilli, I'll bet.

her indoors said...

brilliant, thats the best laugh i have had for a long time, so bloody funny!
oh and a big congrats for getting this to post, i have yet to master the art of posting videos!

coffeypot said...

Thanks, her indoors. I started to name the post "Show Them Suckers." Should have, I guess.

e.Craig said...

Excellent patriotic choice, Coffeypot.

cooper green said...

Dammit, I feel like putting on my boob-sensing glasses and standing at attention, just in case I miss anything. Merry 11th to you and yours.

cooper green said...

I stewed over the "Merry 11th" part a bit, and now that I see it in print, I regret having said it. It's Remembrance Day on the 11th here in Canada. Our country was in both world wars, from beginning to end. Everyone in my family (and my wife's) who was of age at the time played a military role during WW2. We didn't lose anybody, but we know plenty who did, and I hope I didn't sound disrespectful.

At the same time, I enjoyed watching exposed boobs while I was supposed to be working. Music brings the best out in people. Bless you, John, you have shown us The Way.

coffeypot said...

e.craig, I do my best for the good of the country and her veterans.

cooper, you are such a lying bastard that I don't know when to believe you. But I think that, if it came to it, you and your country would be standing beside me and my country to fight for the right to find humor in anything, and, yet, respect the contribution our families have contributed to the freedom we enjoy. Now, go back and enjoy the patriotic booby waving once again. It’s for the guys.

Pamela said...

that was a very titillating introduction. Never heard of him

coffeypot said...

pamela, he is Rodney Carrington and he had a TV comedy series about a struggling comedian trying to make it in show business while trying to provide for his family. It only lasted one season.