March 28, 2011 by sandwichcontrol

Happy Monday to all. I would like to start out today by wishing a very Happy 40th Birthday to Pookie, where ever you are. If you know how to get a hold of him, be sure to wish him a happy one one as well. It definitely doesn’t seem like it was ten years ago when we used to sit at Warehouse Music and listen to Master of Puppets at top volume. Good times.

Moving on. Since it is Monday, that means a new XKCD and a new SModcast.

Also, Dave sent me some more fun science music. This one is my favorite. If you want to hear more of them, click here: Greg Crowther = Music Nerd.

If you have not heard yet, Pancake Land got a side job to make a little bit of extra money and I have to say, the sound of her alarm clock going off at 6:30am is very weird. I keep looking around expecting to see John Lithgow or Dan Aykroyd. You wanna see something really scary?

As you can probably tell, I am not really awake yet. I did however hear something on NPR that I wanted to share with you. This morning, they were doing an article on the Alexander technique for curing back pain. The main person they interviewed was a trumpet player named Joe that used the Alexander technique to help with his back pain. You see, Joe has been playing trumpet professionally for 40 years or something, and he has been in the Orchestra pit for lots of big named shows on Broadway and out in Hollywood. I was only half listening to the story as it ended when a familiar piece of music started playing to close the article. I thought for a second it was just a trumpet piece by Joe the trumpeter from the article. But, then it dawned on me. They were playing the theme song from Back to the Future. Clever girl.

Anyways, I’ve got to go get my sweet lady off to work and get myself to work as well. Have a wonderful Monday. More soon. ~SC


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