View Full Version : What does the Little Drummer Boy do...

03-17-2010, 05:10 PM
..... between Christmas gigs?
rom pa pom pom (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJG9Tol1a0U)

He really gets into it around the 3 minute mark

03-17-2010, 06:09 PM
MAN! can that kid play!!! Thanks Wolf, I'm passing this link around. sid

03-17-2010, 06:49 PM
I forwarded it to several people...

03-17-2010, 06:52 PM
I can not get over "the natural" master I see and hear. Thank God that talent comes from being a liberal. Well, it has to at his age. Try and piss on that LWW, and all you other boneheads too! sid

03-17-2010, 07:09 PM
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careful now, they have upped the ante, somewhat for any criticisms
The current threat level is yellow, and remarks like yours could send it to orange
They still believe "DORA" (1914)is in effect... regulations creating criminal offenses....and your post is clearly an offense against the realm

03-17-2010, 07:32 PM
Ya think? sid

03-17-2010, 09:21 PM
I agree with most of it, but that part down the list.....watered down beer? folks should have "taken to the mattresses"
no-one was allowed to talk about naval or military matters in public places

no-one was allowed to spread rumours about military matters

no-one was allowed to buy binoculars

no-one was allowed to trespass on railway lines or bridges

no-one was allowed to melt down gold or silver

no-one was allowed to light bonfires or fireworks

no-one was allowed to give bread to horses, horses or chickens

no-one was allowed to use invisible ink when writing abroad

no-one was allowed to buy brandy or whisky in a railway refreshment room

no-one was allowed to ring church bells

the government could take over any factory or workshop

the government could try any civilian breaking these laws

the government could take over any land it wanted to

the government could censor newspapers

As the war continued and evolved, the government introduced more acts to DORA.

the government introduced British Summer Time to give more daylight for extra work

opening hours in pubs were cut

beer was watered down

customers in pubs were not allowed to buy a round of drinks