Roy, am I mayor?
Michael: “Peter, how do you DO it?” Peter Pan: “Just think lovely, wonderful thoughts, Michael, and uuuuuup you’ll go!”
Hi, all. My mother will be eighty-five in April. I’m sure you remember about how she had her knee replaced in early-middle December and healed quickly thanks to good genes, a good physical therapist and her friends. Well, she went tango dancing last Saturday night, and tripped on a bump in the floor and fell and cracked her hip.
On Sunday a Kaiser surgeon screwed her back together. Everything went well; no complications. Today (Tuesday) she went to a rehab facility where she’ll be getting physical therapy for a week? Two weeks? I don’t know right now where I’ll have to be this coming Friday but if it means I won’t be able to do my show I’ll let you know and give you options.
Anyway, here is the recording of last Friday night’s (2014-03-14) KNYO Memo of the Air: Good Night Radio show ready to download and keep or just play with one click.
And here are some links to other things to listen to and/or look at and/or think about, that I found mostly thanks to the warm and fuzzy websites listed to your right:
Roy, am I mayor?
Simplicity in a scary very short film.
A sad and happy clown story.
Theremin duel! Then later, for some reason, they turn on a Tesla coil. Which is fine. A Tesla coil is always appropriate.
We can’t decide. Give us another minute.
A website devoted to such signs.
Various international words for the eating sound.
1001 movies. A fast and well-cut multi-pane montage.
Olympics-level sign spinning.
Superman with a GoPro.
Superwoman with a good argument. Honest Doc Martin pwns smarmy Senator Burr.
New game pitch generator. Refresh, refresh, refresh.
Quadcopter through ice caves.
This river is usually bone-dry and only a river in predictable years-apart torrent spurts, so that’s a big dogs-and-kids event.
How Dennis Eichhorn learned not to pick fights.
Tom Lehrer a long time ago.
Fifty years later, Bo Burnham. (I’ve started you 50 minutes into his concert titled simply (small-w) what. If you like this sort of thing, skip back to the beginning and watch the whole hour.)
And compare this song and dance number of the past…
…with a song and dance number of the present.
The future of the past. A bit bleak.