« 2011-06-12
Back to Home Page
2011-06-10 »

Word of the day
(permalink)

Published Saturday, June 11, 2011 @ 10:12 AM EDT
Jun 11 2011

The word cynic comes from the Greek κυνικός, kynikos, or "dog-like." The original Cynics had a personal philosophy that emphasized virtue and moral freedom in liberation from desire. They also circled three times before lying down.


Categories:


  Subscribe   [Home]    [Commentwear]    [E-Mail KGB]


Support KGB Report through our Amazon Affiliate page.



Become my patron... support me on Patreon.


Older entries, Archives and Categories       Top of page


Like KGB Report on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

All you gotta do is...
(permalink)

Published Saturday, June 11, 2011 @ 7:55 AM EDT
Jun 11 2011

Before Hugh Laurie (June 11, 1959) achieved fame and fortune as House, MD, he was well-known in Britain as a comic actor of Pythonesque stature and not a half-bad musician. His parody of 60s protest songs, "All We Gotta Do Is..." is a brilliant take on self-righteous folksingers whose true insight leaves a bit to be desired.


(via YouTube)


Categories: Music, Video, YouTube


  Subscribe   [Home]    [Commentwear]    [E-Mail KGB]


Support KGB Report through our Amazon Affiliate page.



Become my patron... support me on Patreon.


Older entries, Archives and Categories       Top of page


Like KGB Report on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

« 2011-06-12
Home Page
2011-06-10 »