Promise Everything, Deliver Nothing

Comments: 12
  • Ronin June 15, 2015 17:16

    omg! its my dog Chewy!!

    https://i286.photobucket.com/albums/ll100/Capt_Jack2/Chewy%20PS%2005-2015.jpg

    and yes, that’s probably entirely too accurate

  • Just Justine June 15, 2015 18:26

    omg, what an adorable expression! cuteness!!!! 🙂

  • Just Justine June 15, 2015 20:46

    your comic reminded me of this-

    ‘boney was a warrior, a warrior a terrier….’
    🙂

  • Just Justine June 16, 2015 07:58

    Johnny Depp was one of the producers of that compilation. It’s fun music.
    I wonder why (whomever originated the lyrics) they chose ‘terrier’? Is it because it sounds like terror, and/or because of Napoleon’s height (though I’ve recently read he was not that short in comparison to most men of the time, it stated he was 5’6″), and that small dogs have a reputation of being aggressive regardless of their size?

  • Ronin June 16, 2015 11:19

    ok Just, that was cool and will now be added to my various and extensive list of pirate (both piratey and pirated) tunes.
    🙂

  • Just Justine June 17, 2015 07:57

    Pirates are cool, like dinosaurs 🙂
    *Thinking: Hmm, I wonder….if you combine the two….*

  • Just Justine June 17, 2015 20:23

    Aliens? Shouldn’t aliens be included in that list?
    Then maybe someone needs to make a film about an alien vampire dinosaur pirate that was killed (shoot first, ask questions later, it’s the american way), and returned as a zombie vampire (both undead deads) dinosaur pirate alien. Guess the resurrection part could be a sequel.

  • Dee Stroyer June 18, 2015 05:13

    You forgot ninjas. Pirates versus ninjas was all the rage when I was at uni. You were either in the pirate or the ninja camp.

    We lost good men and women back then.

  • Just Justine June 19, 2015 08:36

    Pirate Hunters: Treasure, Obsession, and the Search for a Legendary Pirate Ship

    ^This book sounds really interesting.^
    There’s a lot of pirate lore in N.J., and ship wrecks in general (which I’m sure is the case along most coasts and other bodies of water.)
    Reales/doubloons and such have been found on beaches (with detectors) after storms here.
    There are many known wrecks along N.J.’s coast, and cemeteries that mark those lost, and probably ships that went down and may have never been mentioned in writings.
    There’s still adventure and mystery out there if a person cares to search….and has enough courage…cash…

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