Poll: TMBG's "Factory Showroom" - Side 2
Josh Woodward · 12 years, 4 months ago
New TMBG polls really excite you, don't they?
Oh, right... that confetti cannon.
So have you ever wondered where they bought their confetti cannon? I mean are their confetti cannon stores? Confetti cannon factories? Is it made by the same people that make real cannons? Maybe the title refers to the confetti cannon factory showroom!
lawrence · 12 years, 4 months ago
Does that mean you're one of the weirdos who didn't vote for Spiraling Shape? :)
No that means I'm one of the non-weirdos that didn't vote for Spiraling Shape.
Well OK, I am a weirdo but you can't really deduce that from the evidence in this forum.
trunger is counting... · 12 years, 4 months ago
I had such fond memories of James K. Polk back in college. My prof brought that song in as an example of how to write a paper. I thought that was quite droll. Hence, my fascination of the song.
I have always had a thing for obscure 19th Century Presidents. In school, I think fifth grade, we had to write reports on people from a list the teacher had and I chose J.K. Polk. I did lots of research and read his diary and he became special to me. He accomplished a tremendous amount for somebody for the most part forgotten. He added more territory to the US than any president other than Jefferson. I thought I still had the paper and was going to ask TMBG to sign it but I could never find it.
My number 1 favorite is Millard Fillmore who is considered the most obscure president. He was Z. Taylor's VP and took office when Taylor died. He was a pretty much a total do nothing president. His obscurity is well deserved.
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