Friday Music: Dedicated to Billy Nungesser, Bobby Jindal and their Sand Berm scheme

Rob Young mentioned to Andersen Cooper last night he would not question the motivations of the crooks in Louisiana that shook down BP to steer the resulting no bid contracts to their political cronies to build them useless sand berms. The scientists are wise not to do that and besides that’s what we’re for here at Slabbed. This one goes out to Nunny and Boy Bobby with a big Hat Tip to Editilla.

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Warren Buffett as you’ve never seen him!

Friday’s music comes by way of the Huffington Post.

In a new commercial from Geico that we don’t feel at all sheepish in calling both incredibly catchy and kinda majestic, the Oracle Of Omaha dons an Axl Rose costume. (Hat tip to Time.com and Morning Money.)

If that weren’t enough, Buffett also sings — and surprisingly successfully. “We’re always true to you,” Buffett sings (apparently without the help of Auto-Tune.)

Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway owns Geico, and they may have found their next pitchman. Here’s to hoping he replaces that annoying lizard.

This video features real GEICO associates and a cameo appearance by Warren Buffett.

Hopefully, the reader who sent me the video below the jump in an “I hate shitty endings” email message will like this one better!

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Friday Football & Music: State Championship Edition

How good is St Stanislaus QB Dylan Favre? Today the Sun Herald takes a peek at the top high school quarterbacks of all time nationally and of course Dylan fits right in. Watching him play these last  few years has been a real treat. The S/H picks the Rocks to win so who am I to argue that point, especially after reading the scouting report on Lafayette County. Tomorrow’s game in Jackson should be cold as heck and quite good. Those unable to attend can watch on Mississippi Public Broadcasting. Gametime is 3 PM.

Meantime the Saints are closing in on tying an interesting NFL record for the number of different players who scored touchdowns for their team in a season. It is one of those “we’re going to the Superbowl” stats with the last 2 teams to acheive 21 being the 2007 Pats and the 2o00 Broncos. Mike Triplett at the Times Picayune has an indepth story on the topic with a link to a cool graphic showing the 19 different Saints that have scored so far. Following is a Youtube embed that shows a few of the 2009 defensive touchdowns: Continue reading “Friday Football & Music: State Championship Edition”