Jan
22
2015
2

‘Elvis is Everywhere.’

It would seem that an intervention is required.

Elvis Is EverywhereMojo Nixon

 

Apr
21
2014
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“Elvis Is Everywhere.”

Because you probably need this.

Elvis Is EverywhereMojo Nixon

This is the clean version that you can play for your mom, by the way.  The live version is several times as long, even funnier, and back in the day it might have even been considered to be particularly foul-mouthed.

Jul
01
2013
3

“Elvis is Everywhere.”

I could not get Elvis out of my head, today.

Elvis is Everywhere, Mojo Nixon

I know, I know: why would I want to?  Well, Elvis doesn’t really have much to say about bad drivers.

Sep
25
2012
1

Lemme tell ya. Lemme tell ya.

Lemme tell ya.

Lemme tell ya….

Barack H. Obama got noooooo Elvis in him.

May
15
2012
11

#RSRH BARACK OBAMA HAS NO ELVIS IN HIM.

…That was my wife’s response to me telling her about how Obama inserted himselfinto all of the other Presidents’ online biographies.  It is, of course, a reference to Mojo Nixon‘s immortal Elvis is Everywhere:

 

…and an indication that I have the Coolest. Wife. EVER.

Moe Lane

PS: Barack Obama really does have no Elvis in him.

Jun
14
2011
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“Elvis is Everywhere.”

Elvis Is Everywhere, The Pleasure Barons

The links are to the live version, which is frankly better.

Feb
03
2010
1

Elvis needs probes*.

Fun science fact of the day: the probes that we keep throwing out of the solar system aren’t quite where they should be.  That is one of those little piddling oddities that can sometime blossom into entire sub-fields of physics being named after somebody…and can sometime not blossom, but we’re almost overdue for a fundamental revolution in scientific theory anyway.  So keep watching the skies!

Personally, I find it unconscionable that the most obvious explanation has not been listed by Wikipedia:


Elvis Is Everywhere [Explicit], Mojo Nixon

Moe Lane

*Title courtesy of my wife.

Jan
08
2010
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It is Elvis’ birthday.

You know what that means.


Elvis Is Everywhere, The Pleasure Barons

In its way, this song says a lot about our technological development. Twenty years ago you could pretty much only find a version of this song by using a specialized novelty cassette-album vendor. Ten years ago my then-girlfriend, now-wife bought me an album with this song by using that newfangled ‘Amazon’ service. Today, the trick in listening to it is in deciding which version that you like the best.

Our technological development rocks on toast, in other words.

Feb
09
2009
1

Deep-fried Coca-Cola.

Deep. Fried.  Coca. Cola.

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But it says “on a stick” in the poll!  It’s got to be on a stick!

(Via This is Why You’re Fat, via Hot Air Headlines, where it got the coveted “Dude” designation).

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