Chemical engineer (ret.)
Not sure that Clyde has that much credibility as a prophet.
Forgoing the biting this time, I guess.
Our suspicion meter is buzzing.
Paranoia, like hope, springs eternal.
There’s a chance that a big asteroid will land on us tomorrow too.
Some of us are born nerds.
Kind of a satirical look at the genre by PP&M after the folk gig sort of waned. Although I’m sure there are those older, I remember Blowing in the Wind when it first came on the radio. Fun fact— per Ian Tyson, he wrote Four Strong Winds the day after Bob Dylan first showed him his composition of Blowing in the Wind.
The world is savable. Homework is forever.
The deadly carrot.