Completely, Utterly, Absolutely Without Method, by Rich Paschall
It’s time for more great thoughts and random musings.
How many musical Top Ten lists can we come up with before we run out of ideas?
Has signaling your intention gone out of style? It seems many people put on the turn signals of their auto only as the spirit moves them. For some, that is not too often.
When did it become OK to travel up to a block in the oncoming lane in order to reach your turn lane at the corner?
I recently saw someone who was illegally making a U-turn get hit by someone who was illegally using the wrong side of the road to get ahead. Since no one was hurt, I thought it was somehow just. Is that wrong?
Should we be doing separate and major construction projects at the same time along three sides of one of the world’s busiest airports? If you are from Chicago or are familiar let me just say Irving Park, Mannheim and Touhy Avenue. If you are not familiar, let me just say “rush hour gridlock.”
I wonder what kind of rush hour gridlock they have in Martin, Tennessee. Yes, I know you have never heard of it. Not too many have. They probably get a bunch of cars down by the Dairy Queen on a warm night.
Does it seem that the success of singers like Adam Levine and Sam Smith have brought on a bunch of guys who sing a bad falsetto?
Are people eager for the next James Bond movie?
Are people eager for the next Star Wars?
Are people eager for the next Avengers?
Are people eager for something original, for gosh sakes?
Sometimes when I talk to my friend Tom Law in England, I hear American stereotypes that are unfortunately true.
If you were to form a band with two other musicians you really didn’t know, would you call the band Cahoots?
If Barnes and Noble stores are struggling, where will I go to browse books?
Will there still be libraries in 50 years or will we just “Google” whatever we want to know?
Do schools teach handwriting? Does anyone know what the Palmer Method is? I am not talking about the quarterback of the Arizona Cardinals.
Does this seem even more random than last time?
If you are using a tube television, where do you go get replacement tubes? Radio Shack? Not too many of those left either.
If we ask you your favorite song today, and we ask you again in one month, is it likely to be the same?
Casablanca is still my number one movie. What’s yours?
Was the Golden Age of Television really Golden?
If people are watching less television, why are there more channels?
Video did not kill the radio star.
Basically, what is the difference from when I went out to buy a 45 RPM for 99 cents and a teenager today downloads a song for 99 cents?
When I went to search Cahoots, the following song is what I got first. While Tom would probably prefer I pick a more recent song, I think I should stick with the theme and go with what randomly appeared. Here are the boys and their Shoes: