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Being a grandparent can be difficult

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Yankee Candles, Part 2

No way! Even more candles!

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New Yankee Candles

I hadn’t been to a Yankee Candle for a while. These are some new scents I saw. Or maybe they’re old. I’m no candle historian. Still, some bold and exciting choices here. Why not start the new year right with a couple of these smellmakers?

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New Star Wars Shows

Disney+ just debuted with a new Star Wars show, The Mandalorian. Using my incredible sleuthing skills I have discovered promotional images from a few other Star Wars-based series now in development.

The Mandymorian!

The Mandelbortian!

I’m pretty sure this was already a movie.
Produced in association with the World Wildlife Fund.
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She spends every show whining that Boba Fett gets more attention.
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Beatles Anagrams Music Photoshop

A Reasonable Magnet – One Beatles Anagram

Only one? Yup, but this one took a while. I knew it would.

I should have taken more time. Or less time. Some amount of time other than the amount I took. Whichever it was, it’s not changing now. So let me introduce to you:

Pungent Trolls Bleed By Scrapheaps (Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

Pungent Trolls Bleed By Scrapheaps
You can see exactly where I went from “Changing all these faces will be fun” to “I’m going to just paste in a Mothers of Invention cover and call it a day.”

I did sneak in a couple of jokes so weak and obscure that no one will get them.

Previously:

Beatles Anagrams
More Beatles Anagrams

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Beatles Anagrams Music Photoshop

A Bee Snorter’s Amalgam – More Beatles Anagrams

Part two of my “remake Beatles album covers with anagrams” project.

Part one.

¬°EL HP! (Help!)

Our Burbles (Rubber Soul)

This now looks like a Pearl Jam/Herb Alpert supergroup cover.

Lover Rev (Revolver)

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50ish Recent Songs Beatles Anagrams Music Photoshop

A Manager’s Bleats – Beatles Anagrams

Someone on twitter did an awesome silly thing where they re-titled James Bond movies with their anagrams. I thought it was a great idea, so I stole it to re-do Beatles albums. Here’s the first batch. I’m skipping the early Capitol hacked-up albums.

Peep Lame Easels (Please Please Me)

Peep Lame Easels (Please Please Me) album cover
Featuring 300% more George.

White Slab Teeth (With The Beatles)

White Slab Teeth (With The Beatles) album cover
Now with 50% less Ringo

Aghast, Randy Hid (A Hard Day’s Night)

Aghast, Randy Hid (A Hard Day's Night) album cover
Now with 2400% more back-of-George’s-head.

A Stereo Elf Slab (Beatles For Sale)

A Stereo Elf Slab (Beatles For Sale) album cover
Now with 100% more Ringo (nose only)

The problem with Beatles anagrams is that their album titles are usually pretty short. Some of these would be under ten letters if I didn’t include “Beatles” in the name.

The White Album is probably going to be super lame.

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Music Photoshop

The Most Important Records of All Time

These are the greatest albums ever recorded, and this certainly isn’t just a repost of old junk that I’m using to test how things look when posted to Facebook. Take the time to find these at your local record shop. I won’t regret it!

Connie Chung Live
Connie Chung Sings the Music of DEVO – Live!
Haunting and lyrical, Connie spins gold into platinum.
Denzel Washington - Damn Suspicious Clouds
Denzel Washington – Damn Suspicious Clouds
WARNING: If you try to play this and only hear a high-pitched whine, your tracking implant has been activated. Find shelter. It won’t help, but you will feel more comfortable until the reprogramming squad appears.
Tuvan Throat-Singing Politicians Volume 14: 1981-82
Tuvan Throat-Singing Politicians Volume 14: 1981-82
Maggie’s cover of The J. Geil’s Band’s “Love Stinks” finds surprising new layers of remorse and heartache. Hankies required.
Ed Asner (Soundtrack)
Ed Asner (Soundtrack)
Entirely composed from Asner’s grunts and body noises. Most people are more familiar with Giorgio Moroder’s remix of “Midnight After Taco Bell,” but the original is a stark reminder of the raw power of field recordings.