The Scurvy Pirates

One of the things that I have on the list of things to do before I head to the boat in a few weeks is to organize my digital files. I am in the midst of doing that now, and I wanted to quickly share a find, The Scurvy Pirates.

Somewhere long ago in the Napster days, I happened upon an mp3 entitled “The Scurvy Pirates, You Gotta Fight for Your Right to Plunder.”

Back then, I could not find much more about the band. Today, a search for them gets their Facebook page with 185 likes, after I liked them. It also turns up some live video on YouTube.

If you ever wondered what punk sea chanteys might sound like, you are in luck:

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2 Responses to The Scurvy Pirates

  1. Sommertage says:

    I asked the mom in the checkout lane ahead of me last night what her secret was. Her two children were sitting like angels in the cart. She quickly grabbed a container of sprinkles (like for cupcakes) from the conveyor belt and said “This. I thought she was kidding at first, like she was showing me her magic potion. But she was serious. She proceeded to tell me that she gave the girls a couple sprinkles from a fancy container she picked up on the baking aisle when they started shopping and told them if they were good they”d get to have them all when they got home. She turned to one of them and said, “You want these, don”t you? The little girl just nodded with a gentle “Mmm hmm. She told me it doesn”t always work. and it”s not always sprinkles, but most of the time it does.

  2. myCBSEguide says:

    ’ He said to them, ‘An enemy has done this. ’ The servants said to him, ‘Do you want us then to go and gather them up? ’   But he said, ‘No, lest while you gather up the tares you also uproot the wheat with them. Let both grow together until the harvest, and at the time of harvest I will say to the reapers, “First gather together the tares and bind them in bundles to burn them, but gather the wheat into my barn. ”  –  Matthew 13:26-30 Another important reason for the erroneous perception that Rejoice Marriage Ministries promotes the reconciliation of non-covenant “marriages” comes from the tales of those standing for true covenant marriages who attend Rejoice live events and who wind up in a prayer circle next to someone who is “standing” for an adulterous remarriage.

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