Favorite weapon? The older I get, the more I like Cruise Missiles.

The End is Near (and we deserve it) . . . Justin Bieber Duck Tape

Yes. It’s the Biebs. On Duck Tape. Now we can all be Beliebers.

Just trying to picture Justin Bieber’s face holding together my binders, my favorite lawn chair, and my ’92 Ford.

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Blogs and Articles in No Particular OrderΒ 

Best Selling Author and Social Media Jedi Kristen Lamb has some GREAT advice for authors who blog. Blogging for Authors, and How a Banana Slicer Saved My Marriage

Everyone who donates to charities wants to believe they are helping others in doing so. Shantnu Tiwari explains how that is not always what happens. Charities: Damaging Society and Hurting the Poor, Since 1886

An excellent non-partisan analysis of what the h*** happened to our money from Rolling Stone. Secrets and Lies of the Bailout

Hot Colors Light Up Frozen Sculptures at the Harbin Ice Festival

BREAKING STEELE as Pulp Fiction . . . An excellent review of Ellie Ann’s and Aaron Patterson’s BREAKING STEELE by Glenn Gordon.

Breaking Steele

Once in a Lifetime Shot of Line of Owls All Looking at the Camera

International Best Selling Author Vicki Hinze is an expert at getting things done. Some awesome advice from her on Keeping Those New Year’s Resolutions.

Julie Glover brings us a collection of brief quotes from Leonardo Da Vinci. If Da Vinci Tweeted

Nicole Basaraba makes me once again want to pack my suitcase. 21 Things I Miss About Brussels, Belgium

Edgy and excellent. My Lucky Thunder Thighs via Leanne Shirtliffe.

Yes. Things happen to the best of us. No. This is not me, but it could be. Belly Dancer Fail . . .

All the best to all of you for keeping it taped together this week.

Piper Bayard–The Pale Writer of the Apocalypse


34 thoughts on “ The End is Near (and we deserve it) . . . Justin Bieber Duck Tape

  1. But wait… I notice there is Hello Kitty tape as well… Oh, the indecision! What should I do? What should I do?

  2. I just realized Bieber is a boy, so that made a few things make more sense. But still? I’m mostly baffled by her.

    • LOL. I’m wondering if (s)he will be the next Michael Jackson. Suppose he’ll start hitting tanning booths and get plastic surgery? I think he has a bid in for the bones of the Elephant Man, too. . . . Actually, from the interviews I’ve seen with him, he seems like a nice young man. But Duck Tape?

  3. Without duct tape, what is life? To be honest, I’d opt for Hello Kitty … even though that little Biebs is a fellow Canuck.

    And, yes, I did laugh out loud at the video. Thanks!

    • Seriously. Back when cars had radiators, I couldn’t have gotten five miles without it. Glad you enjoyed it. πŸ™‚

  4. If my granddaughters used duct tape, I’d get the Biebs duct tape for them, but since they are distinctly unhandy, I’ll pass.

  5. Thanks for the shoutout Piper.

    I liked the Roling stone article. It’s a shame that a music publication is exposing this scandal, while mainstream newspapers look the other way.

    If you haven’t already, I also recommend the documentary “The Inside Job.” The doc shows how the same people first loosened the laws, then made a ton of money, and then came in as “experts” to fix the problems they themselves had created.

    And finally, belly dancing should be left to those who:

    a. Can actually dance
    b. Have slightly more free space than a toilet in their house. πŸ™‚

    • Thanks for the recommendation, Shantnu. I’ll check it out. I agree with you that it’s a shame on mainstream newspapers that they are avoiding this and so many other relevant topics. The media has become a sham. Perhaps it has always been one and I’m just old enough to understand that now.

      As for the dancing, looks like she could use some duck tape to fix that curtain rod. πŸ™‚

  6. I love how the boy is like “I will get a lot of orders for these duck tape rolls” and “they run at the price of $5.99” which he seems to think is a little steep. Haha. And how he goes over the products features like Bieber’s different looks, a businessman in the making. So cute/funny. Thanks Piper!

  7. I don’t know which parts of your blog to comment on first!

    No. We do not need Bieber duct tape. Kristen’s post is awesome. I am beyond thrilled for August and her debut book. It is purchased and nestled in my kindle. And that belly dancer should have known better! That was a really unsafe space to be twirling in.

    • Actually, a balanced dancer can get away with it. There are accidents, though. I once took out a light fixture during a spin. Low ceiling. Oops. πŸ™‚

  8. Admits in a small voice that she comes from the town where Duck Tape, including the Justin Bieber variety, is made. Believe it or not, Manco sponsors a whole festival around the stuff, every Father’s Day weekend. (No, I’ve never been.) Have a great weekend!

  9. Bieber duct tape? No thanks. HE is a sign of the approaching apocalypse. A novel idea, an AntiChrist that tries to sing and has a mindless/ devoted (choose one) following.

  10. I might get clobbered if that duct tape found its way into my house. LOL. The belly dancer was doomed when she couldn’t start the music until the third attempt. I expected her to knock all the piles of stuff off that desk, but she had a priceless ending. I think I’m even more amazed that she posted the video!

  11. LOL! I hate to tell you this but Justin Bieber duck tape is a staple in our house. Well, along with pink, red, green and a mustache covered one. It’s very useful, if for nothing else than propping up my ipad while I watch netflix πŸ™‚

    Cheers!

  12. PS I voted for the basement option even though we don’t have a basement. With enough duck tape they stop wriggling after a while and then you can store them in the garage.

  13. Love the belly dancing video, Piper! As a mom, watching somebody twirling around in a confined room feels like watching a train wreck unfold. My kids were all twirlers when they were little. #BeenThereHaveTheT-Shirt. Thanks for the grins!

  14. O.M.G.! Biebertape! And immediately useful to put the belly dancer’s curtain back up..

    I should add that here in NZ duct tape is the complete replacement for No. 8 grade fencing wire, which is what we previously used to Fix Everything and Invent Stuff On The Farm (such as aircraft). I don’t think we have Bieber pattern though…:-)

    • When I was a kid on the farm, everyone had a role of bailing wire (also used for fencing) a bale of hay and a dog in the back of their pickups. They still have those. Now, they’ve added duck tape. πŸ™‚

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