Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

As part of a continuing search to find a relevant cause that would motivate donors, Justice Through Music Project got involved with the anti-fracking movement. the TKPOTD from five years ago today dealt with part of that effort.

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Justice Through Music Project has posted another music video on YouTube. It’s a sorta/kinda cover of John Prine’s Paradise. It’s an anti-natural-resource-extraction propaganda piece aimed at the Keystone XL pipeline. In fact, the band calls themselves the Keystone Pipeline Kops instead of Op-Critical.

Now, if I were Brett Kimberlin, I would avoid having anything to do with any song from John Prine’s first album lest I remind listeners of other songs from that album that might have unfortunate references to drug dealing, porn, etc.

Sam Stone: “There’s a hole in daddy’s arm where all the money goes.”

Your Flag Decal Won’t Get You Into Heaven Anymore: “While digesting Reader’s Digest in the back of a dirty book store …”

Illegal Smile: “Won’t you please tell the man I didn’t kill anyone …”

Just sayin’ …

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The failure of The Dread Deadbeat Performer Kimberlin’s music career sounds like a real Dear Abby.

10 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. So Craig Gillette fancies himself a professional photographer, a professional musician and a professional SJW. What is it about Team Kimberlin that attracts so many failures to its ranks? It appears that virtually every single person in Brett Kimberlin’s sphere has failed at multiple things in their life.

  2. Is that the demented midget singing lead?

    Because fornicating alley cats are more musically talented than whoever the tone deaf mofo was singing that song.

    The mandolin player wasn’t bad, though…

  3. Question: what would you call it when a person who is receiving taxpayer funded government payouts for being permanently disabled (1) gets a job, and then when has the offer rescinded, (2) threatens to sue? It sounds like a con job to me.

  4. I think I am going to write a book about cabbages. I will then list it under one of the most esoteric categories on Amazon, buy a copy or two, which will propel it to the top of the list. Non US Legal Systems sounds like a good one.

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