Rumpelton, The Beatles,And Other Strange Stuff

As some of you might know, I post computer art from Ralph Rumpelton. I have no idea who this guy is.

I have a friend who works in the art business and became friends with Rumelton. What I know is Rumpelton is a private guy so he wanted his friend to post the pictures for him. He didn’t have the time to do it so he knew that I liked music and wanted to know if I would post the pictures for him. I said sure, just have Rumpelton Email me the pics and I’ll do it. I get a kick out of seeing his stuff. My friend said it couldn’t be done. Rumpelton will send the pics to him and he’ll send them to me. I said fine.

I’ve been trying to find out who this guy is. From what I understand he comes from Scotland. A computer search came up with this picture

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Looks Scottish to me.

Rumpelton has opened up a little and sent my friend some pictures of him. Here he is at a photo shoot with The Grateful Dead:Grateful-Deadat rehearsals for The Concert For Bangladesh:bangladeshgeorgeboband the lat one sent to me, with The Mothers Of Invention:themothersofinventionRumor has it that Zappa kicked him out of the band cause he was trying to take over the band and give everybody a pay raise, and writing credit.

I heard that Rumpelton is working on another painting. I post it as soon as I get it.

I forgot. This one is just too hard to believe:let-it-be

Porn Movies

Know what I like about porn movies. Not the sex, that gets boring after awhile. I like when they overdub the sound. Guy and girl will be going at it nice and slow, and you hear all this screaming. The girls mouth isn’t moving, but there’s screaming going on. Then she starts talking dirty, with her mouth closed.

When I hear all that, I think they must be filming another movie in the next room.  That’s the one I want to see.

A Little Christmas Movie

I made this movie last year for a music group I’m in on Yahoo.

The song “Hooray For Santa Claus” is from the great, great movie “Santa Claus Conquers The Martians.”

The song never gets played on the radio. If I owned a radio station, every Christmas this would get played.

BTW, there’s two Grateful Dead references in this movie.