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Thursday, October 4, 2012

Stop and Go

Dropping a bunch of things off here and then on my way again...

Another good reason to not trust steroid shots

An apple a day...

The Magical Mystery Tour part never shown

Reminds me of home

The real Time Warp?

Biz Dana's hiking for the homeless tomorrow

The Best Rhapsody in Blue I've ever heard (I grew up with this version)

"Still Voting for Romney?"

There is honest good


Anonymous said... apple a day really does keep the doctor away.
I don't think I'll comment on taxi brawls and constructed time gaps.

klahanie said...

Hey Laura,
That version of the George Gershwin classic is very good. Always liked that tune and it reminds me of 1940's New York.
Oh, we were subjected to that Presidential 'debate'. It just about cured my insomnia listening to that from 2 until 3:30 in the morning.
Take care, Gary

Geo. said...

Magical Mystery Tour outtake was so cheerful, I wish they'd left it in. But "The real Time Warp?" alarmed me because an extra 297 years will make me 360 years old. If our calendar is corrected, I don't think Social Security could handle the retro checks.

The Elephant's Child said...

From the ridiculous (Mitt) to the sublime (There is honest good). I snarled and then my eyes leaked. Thank you. Its always nice to finish on a high note.

Starting Over, Accepting Changes - Maybe said...

Oh my, as I am reading the article about the meningitis outbreak, a news story came on the TV about it. My daughter gets shots every few months for back pain suffered in a car accident years ago. It is too early in the morning to call her so meanwhile I will worry if she has had a shot recently.

CarrieBoo said...

That's funny, the two articles Lawless said she wasn't going to comment on, are the two I read. ;)

I can't imagine being a cabbie. Well, I can now. Holy hell. What a story.

And that site is pretty cool with the real Time Warp article. I'm glad he debunked it in the end as historical timelines are already hard to get my head around. But I know the church did fudge things quite a bit.

Austan said...

Thanks everyone, these hodgepodge posts are becoming a regular thing and there's something for everyone!