Lionel and Styxhexenhammer Meet: The High Summit

Lionel Nation
Published on Jun 16, 2017

Styxhexenhammer is one of the more fascinating, erudite and profoundly entertaining commentators and analysts on and in the YouTube theatre. This is a fact not subject to rational dispute. I sat down with him (virtually) for this interview and I trust you will see what I mean when I implore and entreat you to notice with particularity his nonpareil and cosmic genius. Enjoy. And you’re welcome. Please follow him at the listed addresses. YouTube:… Twitter: The Official Lionel Nation Store:… Sign up for Lionel’s Newsletter and Truth Warrior manifestos.… Subscribe to Lionel YouTube Channel – Official Lionel Website: Twitter – Periscope — Instagram – Email – [email protected] Lionel Bio: Lionel Nation Google+ –… The Lebron Law Firm Website – Lionel Nation podcasts on iTunes –… Lionel Nation podcasts on audioBoom – Lionel Nation podcasts on Stitcher –… Official Facebook Fan Page – The Lebron Law Firm Facebook Page – The Lebron Law Firm Twitter –

Via Frank, who I thank … since I was not aware of Mister Styx.




Eric Cajundelyon
Published on Jan 19, 2015

Please visit Robert Crumb here:
R. Crumb and his Cheap Suit Serenaders are an American retro string band playing songs from, and in the style of, the 1920s: old-time music, ragtime, “evergreen” jazz standards, western swing, country blues, hokum, vaudeville and medicine show tunes. Their three 33⅓ rpm albums, all recorded in the 1970s on the Blue Goose label, were titled R. Crumb and his Cheap Suit Serenaders (1974), R. Crumb and his Cheap Suit Serenaders No.2 (1976), and R. Crumb and his Cheap Suit Serenaders No.3 (1978); the latter two have been reissued on the Shanachie label as Chasin’ Rainbows and Singing In the Bathtub respectively. As a novelty, they issued a number of 78 rpm 10-inch singles for Blue Goose, long after the format was obsolete. The most familiar is probably R. Crumb and his Cheap Suit Serenaders’ Party Record (1980), with the double-entendre “My Girl’s Pussy” on the “A” side and “Christopher Columbus” on the “B” side. Robert Crumb was the band’s frontman and album cover artist. As of 2006 he was no longer much involved with the group; the band at that time included Robert Armstrong (vocals, musical saw, guitar), Bob Brozman (vocals, various resonator instruments, guitar, ukulele), Al (Allan) Dodge (vocals, mandolin), Terry Zwigoff (saw, cello, Stroh violin, and mandolin), and Tony Marcus (vocals, guitar, and fiddle).

Jus’ Loverly!



The Curly Shuffle video

Jump ’N The Saddle Band, The Curly Shuffle

I love this song because I love the boys. Especially Curly. No one had ever done what these brothers did so well and no one ever will again, either.




Doug Skinner “Musical Curiosities”
VideoDave2's Channel
VideoDave2’s Channel
Uploaded on Feb 15, 2008

Doug Skinner presents “A Cabinet of Musical Curiosities” at INFO’s 2002 FortFest. After playing a variety of obscure and archaic instruments, Doug entertained with this rather strange song on agriculture. For more information on INFO go to

This man can make you laugh, friend, I assure you. He outdid himself every single time.

Great on the ukulele. Best friend of John Keel.

I used to pick him up in front of his apartment in the City and we would drive down to the INFO shenanigans in Baldymore and back. One time I messed up his sound really badly. That was awkward. He freaked out one late night because we all liked the Beatles and we awoke to him gone. Uncomfy. Still. And that was years ago… more than 10, for sure.

Oh, those were times.

I also want to relay my best regards to my late friend Dave Singer up in Heaven, a Fortean and a physicist and the first INFO member I ever met. (The uploader, check it) He knew everybody and took part in the investigation of the notorious Coso object and loved filming and above all, kayaking. Cheers, Dave.



Somebody To Love/ White Rabbit – Jefferson Airplane

Wooo Hooo The Smothers Brothers !!! Dickie!!! Tommy!!!


Frank Zappa on The Steve Allen Show March 4, 1963.mp4

Is this not fabulous?

Woo Hoo!












I am to this day baffled by the folks that take this material as, um, gospel.

Sorry. I am, actually, but seriously I simply can not comprehend the mindset needed to believe that this is the way things were.

Can you? Please explain it to me if you can, I implore you.

Children’s coloring books? “Beginners” “Bible” class? Oh dear.

Using the term Bible so loosely it fell out a very long time ago, of course.

I saw a video tour of one of the museum displays of this sort of thing. So strange.

I never pursued the interest knowing that there are always lunatics to look into, but I was wondering just now as to when this stuff started to become popular. I’ve been around a while and I do not recall ever hearing even a whisper of anything like this. Who were the leading loonies of the dino movement?

Oh God, it’s too creepy right now, things are going too good for creepy weird…. good weird okay. Maybe later.

It makes one wonder about the fragility and stability of the minds and brains of their fellows.

Please be careful out there.


They’re out there, man…


Oo my oh my!

When I first saw this I just stared for a couple of seconds until the enormity of this fail sank in.

Then I laughed.

A deep, hearty and darn near unstoppable laugh that started out deep inside. A long time it lasted, too.

And it repeated whenever I gazed upon the glorious image below.

Most of these sorts of things I relegate to the Ha! page, or since that is now full with some more packaging fails, the upcoming HaHa! and HaHaHa! pages.

This fail struck a nerve in me though.

I couldn’t do that to it. It needed a thread of it’s own, so good it was.

So, here it is…the most fabulous packing fail that I have ever seen!




Yee Haa!



StonedRaccoonRecords Uploaded on Apr 30, 2011

Simply jaw-dropping in it’s musical eloquence, this incredible symphony will take you to heights you’ve never even dreamed existed!

This concert was at the nootorious Carnegie Hall, to boot.

Pretty good going to get in there, Professor.

Truly, folks, the awesomeness knows no bounds!



P.D.Q. Bach – Topic Published on Mar 14, 2014

Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

Concerto For Horn And Hardart, S. 27 · Peter Schickele · Unknown / Bilinmiyor

An Evening With P.D.Q. Bach

℗ 1993 Vanguard Records, A Welk Music Group Company. All Rights Reserved.

Composer: Unknown / Bilinmiyor

Auto-generated by YouTube.

Oh, my Lord, he swoons!

I mean, it just doesnt get any better than this!



This is … ummm … well, uhh, just watch.

That was pretty weird wasn’t it?

I wonder how long that took to put together… and where did they get so many?

I would have loved to have seen it in person, though. Really!

Dunno ‘bout while trippin,’ though!

Yeah, what the hell!


Pentaprops™ to Willy for providing us with this treat.

Peace out.

This just in via my pal Anthony. He is a fellow searcher and also sells cool stuff of a different sort than me.

I am not hearing any sound but it doesn’t really need any.



A few minutes ago my journey was graced by my dear new friend, who just happens to have one of these joyful packages of love incoming.

Now, although we do not yet know the littluns’ gender, my incorrigible old self could not help but think of this pic that I scored the other day…and the idea that soon — she will know this look!

Oh dear…!


Prep for havoc.



lenins arse

Priceless precision here … and perfectly practiced.

I spoke to the Tricksters today and they replied swiftly and positively, returning my item toot suite!

Taken aback, I was.


…so, for some reason my thoughts turned to an old post on my second blog about a news item from the 2009 April 1 utterances of the British Bollocks Corporation.

Oh, did I laugh.

I loved it then.

I love it now.

Don’t play with lighters, Vlad.



  1. 1.
    a stupid person (used as a general term of abuse).
  2. 2.
    a person who is deformed and mentally handicapped because of congenital thyroid deficiency.
If you’re still reading this blog you no doubt know about cretins. I found this ‘happening’ today very telling of the state of things within the realm of our culture.
Wasn’t a big happening, just a “God, don’t they know” kind of facepalm moment.
It was just one of those billions of “cause” emails I tend to get in duplicate every few femtoseconds; and you know how they give some name as the sender nowadays instead of the sender, well, this one’s name was listed as Shan Cretin.
Wow, I said, I need an excuse to use that “This Is Why” meme pic and this ludicrosity is just the ticket.
So, here goes. Pardon my indulgence.
Pic! A crop of my gmail screen. I felt it needed a star before deletion (for it’s wonderfulness…)
poor guy
this is why