Kathy said she wanted to see the real video, so here it is:
And she wanted to see this one too, so here you go:
I told her she could go to YouTube and type whatever she wanted to look for in the search bar, but no… It was just a couple of searches to find.
So keep yer reality shows and yer Snookies, MTV. It’s easier to watch the videos we want now thanks to the internet tubes. And keep yer bars, yer temples, yer massage parlors–
Oh, that reminds me…
Kathy said that she had fun watching music videos that people posted on Facebook the other day. You know, the ones from the 80s that played on MTV during their heyday. Yes, MTV once played music videos all the time. In fact, that’s what the “M” in MTV stood for, music. And yes, I would like it very much if you get off my lawn.
I would also love it very much if my internet quit going out. And I would really love it if Comcast would quit making their people post apologies to me every time I complain about it and would actually fix it. And if they could also quit making their call center employees try to upsell their services to people who call and complain, that would be really great. And I am sure they would love it as well. In what reality do you see people who are calling about problems with your service would even consider wanting to get more of it? Probably the same people you think really believe the “your call is very important to us” message you repeat while we wait to talk to someone. If my call is that important, why don’t you hire enough people to answer the phone right away? Might improve your chances of upselling you’re making your stressed out employees make.
Where was I? Oh yes, music videos. Thanks to Mark Evanier, I found out about this one group called Big Daddy (not to be confused with Big Daddy Weave, a Christian group that Kathy likes) Here’s their version of “The Land Down Under”:
I hate to spoil the joke, but I can’t find Mark’s original post. Beg Daddy’s shtick is that they take contemporary songs and do them fifties style. They even do some fifties song. Mark wrote that the band isn’t currently active, so I thought itwas important to make note of it here.
And as an apology to Kathy for misleading her, here’s a couple of her favorite music videos:
I’ve been reading an interesting piece at The Beat that goes over the history of Alan Moore’s relationship with DC Comics and Watchmen that jibes with what I remember from news that has come out over the years. One of the questions it centers on is Would WB treat J.K. Rowling the way DC treated Alan Moore?
Here are some things that caught my eye online today… Levine’s Laws. I bet some of us could come up with some laws of our own.
It’s interesting who you become friends with on Facebook. Today because of a mutual friend, I became friends with Jughead. (Sorry, Derrel, couldn’t resist!)
No matter where you fall on the political spectrum, I think we all agree that things are falling apart, and it’s especially evident in Muncie. I wish we could quit pointing fingers and assigning blame and work together to do something about it.
Kathy’s a big fan of 19 Kids And Counting. She was even watching repeats of the show this morning. She said they run a mini-marathon on Monday mornings.
With my work schedule being different than hers’, we’re not spending as much time together as we usually do (Don’t worry, this’ll tie in together). I came across this article on The Huffington Post about the Today show segment on the Duggars, with video.
Hey, I said I was going to do more posts here, and this blog is to point out cool things for Kathy and anyone else happening upon this blog.
And this week’s excuse for a lack of posts is…I’ve been busy with the day job. I’ve been called in for extra duty last week, and it looks like the same for next week. Meanwhile, here’s this week’s Caturday thread on Fark. And the linked story is about a cat returning home after a 15 year absence.