Tuesday, August 12, 2008


I came across a list of "EVERY reason that Dr. David Banner was driven to Hulk out" on the 70s Hulk tv show using StumbleUpon. Below are ten of my faves. - OlderMusicGeek

10. Being fed poisoned sushi
9. Being rear-ended fifteen times in a row by a mean bully with a bigger car than his
8. Being stuck in a cabin that the police are turning into swiss cheese with their shotguns, even though he and the pregnant woman have no guns and have waved the white flag, only to have the police bullets start a fire in the cabin, etc.
7. Having two mean football players snap wet towels at him and shove him into the steam room which they have turned on to full blast
6. Being hit with a blast of steam in the face while trying to turn off the nuclear reactor that is melting down
5. Being beaten up by the thieves and thrown in the store vault, having the vault door closed on his foot, and then having the air supply cut off by the giggling thieves
4. Having several clay pots broken over his head in the middle of the now-burning room (why is the room always burning?), and then knocking an entire case of same clay pots onto same head, and then, while lying very still and struggling not to get angry, having his pants catch fire
3. Receiving a lethal injection, and then having the person say, "Oh. I just gave you a lethal injection. Sorry, David."
2. Dealing with a pesky operator in a phone booth ("I DON'T HAVE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS!!!")
1. Being trampled by a crowd AND having the hot coffee spilled on his hand while trying to get to the sniper

A link to the complete Hulk out list

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This is a fairly good sampling of some of the music I listen to. It's missing a few genres I like - such as cajun. I'll work on that later. But it does contain most of my favorite artists. I tried to steer away from the better known songs to give you a better idea of what kind of music the artists play, but I was limited by the songs the website - Project Playlist - had available. But if you want to get an idea of what I listen to, just hit the play or arrow button. - OlderMusicGeek

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