“Ladies and Gentlemen, the monster, which the peasants in this area call FRUNOBULAX (apparently a very large poodle dog) has just been seen approaching the power plant. So what the hell is “FRUNOBULAX” anyway. ”
– “Cheepnis”, Roxy & Elsewhere. Bullets can’t stop it, rockets can’t stop it – we may have to use nuclear force .
Jones Crusher [BABY SNAKES video & Baby Snakes album version]
10. Audience Participation [BABY SNAKES video version]
8. Black Napkins [BABY SNAKES video version]. The Black Page #2 [BABY SNAKES video & Baby Snakes album version]
9. Camarillo Brillo [BABY SNAKES video version]
Experts have debated its function for decades. The artifact has been part of the Courtauld’s permanent collection since 1966 when it was bequeathed to the institution by the grandson of collector and museum patron Thomas Gambier Parry. Some proposed functions include wallet, saddlebag and document carrier. The Courtauld Gallery in London is the proud owner of another example of Mosul metalwork, a piece made in the first century of Mongol reign around 1300-1330. This form is one of a kind, so exceptional that it is rarely included in studies of the craft. It’s shaped like a clutch purse, but they weren’t making brass ladies’ handbags in 1300s Mosul.
Instead of “Heavenly Bank Account” and “Sucide Chump”, the cover lists “Frank Zappa Tells You Something about Religion, Religious People & Money”, which probably refers to the spoken introduction to “Heavenly Bank Account”. Instead of listing “Suicide Chump”, the cover lists a guitar solo by Ray White and/or Ike Willis (misspelled as “Willies” :), and, as one reviewer comments about the “Suicide Chump” solo: “Well, you can tell it’s not Frank”. “Easy Meat” is not longer than usual.
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Here, Abie’s Non-Irish Rose sounds just like any other lovely contestant of Irish heritage — such as the Donegal Rose, the Ohio Rose, the Limerick Rose, the Hong Kong Rose et al, albeit one who has had to pull out at short notice — in the fiercely-contended annual, international, kitschy competition to find the Rose of Tralee.
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The eureka moment wouldn’t happen for another three years. It wasn’t until archaeologist Lisa Geiger saw a group of late 19th century glass vaginal syringes at Philadelphia’s Mütter Museum (is there anything the Mütter’s collection can’t do. The discovery was made in 2010. ) that she realized what the City Hall tool was and began researching the history of these devices.
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A mummy that has been in the collection of the Bavarian State Archaeological Collection in Munich has been identified as a young Inca woman whose skull was smashed shortly before death. When the mummy came to the museum from the Anatomical Institute of Ludwig-Maximilians University in 1970, all documentation of its origin was lost. Because of the mummy’s dark brown skin, it was thought to be a bog body, possibly recovered from the Dachauer moor outside of Munich. It was first recorded at the university in 1904, but its movements before then were unknown. The plaited hair, the fetal position (minus the lower legs which were damaged by bombing in World War II), the well-preserved bone tissue all argued against a central European bog origin, however.