The game last night was fun and I got to see Champion Boston Bruin Shawn Thornton up close as well. It did light rain all night, but what can you do?
Saturday Night Live
No Friday, no problem! Just move the show to Saturday night.
Dusty - The Cat Burglar!
This cat has stolen over 600 items over 3 years. Near the end of the clip there is surveillance footage of him bringing home stolen things, amazing:
All those tales of innocent cartoons holding hidden jokes are true:
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Why Teenage Boys Want Picture Phones
They can come in handy:
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-You may have seen the stone city of Petra in the third Indiana Jones film:
Ancient Pueblo People in the US Southwest also used stone as a place to build a city:
Robopocalypse by Daniel H. Wilson
Some sections of cinema you may like.
OK, not a film, but one of my all time favorite Highlander episodes was "Forgive Us Our Trespasses". This episode explores how muddled one's history can become when you live for 100's of years. In this episode the main character Duncan Macleod is hunted down over time by the friend of man Macleod killed years ago in the British-Scottish wars. Skip on to the last 10 minutes, starting at 39:33 and see how well acted and moving this series could be at times:
"With my shield or on it." So classic.
In an era when pretty much every film was court related in some way, one of the better ones was "Presumed Innocent" starring Harrison Ford. I could only find a crappy quality trailer, but this film is a must see:
Making music breaks since 2007.
My friend C-T requested this strange video of "Fire Water Burn" by The Bloodhound Gang and the video is really funny:
Where did you see that one C-T??? Nice.
Gawains reminds me that I once lost a bet for money to my wife because I was SO sure The Grateful Dead performed "Don't Fear the Reaper" but it was Blue Oyster Cult, ugh:
With a little "The Stand Action".
How about Pee Wee Herman's rendition of "Tequila", sorry, no embed available!
Found this super great live performance by Lynyrd Skynyrd for "Simple Man":
Ok, two tunes left.
A little Megadeth with "Hangar 18":
Not bad at all.
For last call I wanted to play a tune I have had up before. Last weekend I listed it over at the 12631 Pelican Room and I was surprised how many had not heard it, and really happy with the response to it!
I had a whole paragraph I was going to write about this selection, but I will be brief. Readers know Randy Rhoads is in my estimation the greatest guitar player of all time. To hear him give new life and a new temp to a Black Sabbath classic like "Children of the Grave" is one thing, yo get it live is pure joy. This weekends must hear (and LEAVE an opinion on this, I want to hear you!) is when Randy cuts loose at the 3:00 mark and to this day it is in the top 2 for greatest works ever for me:
Have a good night.