11.30.09 9 years ago 3 Comments

We’ve been trying to come up with a fun way to signal the end of the posting day. Something that would jump out and say, “You are now free to move about the rest of the internet.” Something bloggy, but not necessarily sports-related. And something that’s already been beaten to death on other blogs everywhere. It’s our special musical guest, with a new “performance” nightly. Enjoy.

Bohemian Rhapsody was released on Queen’s 1975 album, A Night At The Opera. It sat on top of the UK charts for two months, and then hit number one a second time after Freddie Mercury, the band’s lead singer, died in 1991. A year later, the song was featured in Wayne’s World, known in my house as “The Only Movie Mike Myers Ever Made That Didn’t Suck Total Elephant Balls.” And now the Muppets bring the song to the forefront of America’s conscience once again. Because the only thing more timeless than gay rock stars is the Muppets.

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