I’m not expecting you to drop everything and watch it. Although if you did, it would be 79 minutes well spent. You might want to bookmark it, if you haven’t seen it. It’s great.
You know what else is great? Your comments. About this, or anything. You see, it’s Sunday Night Open Thread. That means it’s your turn to direct the conversation. Tell a joke. Share a link. Just mouth off about anything. Whatever you like.
What is your favorite thing about Saturday night? Or about anything? Or the worst thing? Or anything?
You see, it’s Saturday Night Open Thread and it’s your turn to talk about whatever you want. Something good. Something you don’t like. Or just nonsense. Doesn’t matter. What does matter is that you control the conversation.
My neighbors down the road — way down the road since Kingsland, Georgia is a bit of a drive — have been continuing the original series of Star Trek, as Star Trek Continues, for a while. They’ll be done soon. I’ve enjoyed their take on the show.
The late 50s and early 60s were a time of some interesting music. There were the newer rock and roll sounds, but also a lot of the older, more traditional sounds. You’d have some hippie-sounding song on the radio, and the next thing you know, something your mom would listen to would come on.
That’s not necessarily a bad thing. It meant your mom would let you keep the radio on that station, for one thing. And, it exposed you to a slightly different style of music.