Last week, a semi tractor belonging to the moving company hauled a big cargo container into our driveway. Five guys came in and filled our house and the workshop and office buildings up with boxes and various appurtenances.
On the one hand, it’s great to have this done, and it feels even more real now that all our stuff is here.
On the other hand, it’s going to take months to get everything unpacked and organized.
But it’s done; we can take our time setting stuff up, but the hard part of the move is complete. The only way I’m moving from this house is in a body bag. We’re home, here in the Great Land, to stay.
On To the Links!
Lauren Boebert continues being Lauren Boebert, and nobody does it better.
Well, this doesn’t look good. The Chinese are assuring us nothing is wrong. Uh, where have we heard that before?
Ladies and gentlemen, the leader of the free world! (We are so hosed.)
This Week’s Idiots:
This Week’s Cultural Edification:
Any of you True Believers who have been reading these virtual pages for any time, and who have been paying attention to my cultural offerings, already know that I have wide and varied tastes in music. And while I watch very little television, I do confess a fondness for the Canadian production Letterkenny, an irreverent look at life in a small town in Ontario that translates well into small-town life most places. They make fun of almost every social issue at one point or another, and it’s refreshing to see a show where the main character is an unabashed “good ol’ boy” who doesn’t shy away from solving confrontations with his fists. And who wouldn’t love a show with characters named Squirrely Dan, Joint-Boy and Jivin’ Pete?
Anyway – one of the things I enjoy about the show is the soundtrack, where you will find clips from a variety of artists; some I don’t care for, some I find I enjoy, and I through the show I have discovered some Canadian indy acts I enjoy quite a bit. One of those is the show’s opening theme, which takes a few bars from the beginning of the song Who Needs A Girl Like You from the group Indian Wars. Here, for your enjoyment, is that song.