Chris Mann did a really funny parody of Garth Brooks’ “I Have Friends in Low Places” called “I Had Real Friends Before Covid” with lots of household brooms and Swifters with wigs and googly eyes involved. I love his YouTube channel and his voice. He was the Phantom on Broadway for a year or so, and he was a finalist for “The Voice.” Very nice on the eyes and funny parodies to boot. And his rendition of “Danny Boy,” wow!
It’s been on the CBS streaming service and the third season is starting in a few weeks. CBS is rerunning it because it had so many holes in its programming courtesy of Covid.
He wasn’t hungry then.
We are half the population so yeah. If there’s no Son’s Day, it’s their dang fault.
I love homemade corned beef, minus the hash, not the canned version. Not the biggest fan of chocolate milk although chocolate shakes are different matter.
To quote a family member who knows these things. “It’s maaaaagic…..” When I used two screens with a Mac, a long time ago, I just went to systems preferences and clicked on two screens and the mouse, and there it was.
The sugar and caffeine is strong in those two.
The Pern series was by Anne McCaffrey and later her son Todd. It’s science fiction with a strong fantasy feel. Humans have colonized the planet Pern and ride the local fire-breathing, flying dragons to stop dangerous stuff falling from the sky called thread. It’s very character driven with a strong girl and her dragon vibe and lots of fun worldbuilding.
I enjoyed the first novel, but they were so dang repetitive after that I lost interest. Even Duncan Idaho, my favorite character, got boring the more lives he lost. The first movie was made in NC near the coast. After it came out, a hurricane damaged the studio, and we geeks decided that Mother Nature hadn’t liked the movie either and was taking a bit of revenge.
Two days with great Monty Python references. One of my favorite “Farside” cartoons is a duck listening to a Walkman while a predator is sneaking up on him. The ducks, these days, are on their phones.