https://youtu.be/LFz2LGTwgsc This one starts kind of slow, but once it gets going, it's worth the watch. It has an interesting message, one for the times we are living in. Loved it.
https://youtu.be/BB0aFPXr4n4 So, yeah, a... don't know where to begin. I haven't read the "Green New Deal" in its entirety, but what I have read of it is, on the surface of it, is terrifyingly ridiculous, and that is the point of it. The "Green New Deal" calls for the retro-fitting or tearing down of... Continue Reading →
Where to begin? The organizing and cleaning is going well, as pictured. I even managed to empty a drawer. That means I'll soon be able to get more stuff, to put in the empty drawer. But, I want to talk about some other things, of an ever so slightly more serious nature. This is what... Continue Reading →
Today is day four sans Twitter. Do I miss it? Yes. Presently, as in right at this moment, very much. I was just listening to a great, old, song, and the urge was to post it up, share the cool jam. I miss things like that. Not being on there, I've realized what a habit... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/rBpaUICxEhk Sometimes I get into these terrible funks when I'm working on something, and that's fine, I mean, that's part of it. Then I'll see something or read something that pulls me out of it. I found a couple of quotes on tumblr. "You couldn’t relive your life, skipping the awful parts, without losing... Continue Reading →
"The Dream of Life Let's suppose that you were able every night to dream any dream you wanted to dream, and you would naturally as you began on this adventure of dreams, you would fulfill all your wishes. You would have every kind of pleasure, you see, and after several nights you would say,... Continue Reading →
The other day I was watching a clip from a Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers vehicle... ...Top Hat, 1935. I don't know how old I was when I first watched one of these extravaganzas. When I was in my teens here in the valley, there really wasn't a lot to watch on late night... Continue Reading →
Remember the "family vacation?" Not the high-end, modern, version so often depicted in television and films, matching luggage and airplanes, but the old-school, load everything in the car and driver there family vacation? Roadside rests, gas stations, fast food, or the deluxe meal at a chain restaurant, sleeping in the car, drooling on... Continue Reading →