Neil Young

Folk hero Neil rode through the desert on a horse with no name to the Valley of the Crescent Moon, where he made a chalice-related oopsie that’s seen his eye sockets retreat into his skull. The Knight laughed his codpiece off.

Young: Name Now Ironic


2 Responses to “Neil Young”

  1. 1 Patsy Caravan April 4, 2011 at 12:20 am

    ” Horse with No Name” is by the band America, not Neil Young. How’s that for a grail fail!

    • 2 rorymcguigan April 4, 2011 at 8:06 am

      Touché Patsy!
      Given we at They Chose Poorly are all-knowing; we knew that! The line is a reference to the oft-confused Neil Young aping tune and the ‘Map with No Names’ from the tele-picture Last Crusade.

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