For some reason, I liked the songs of Gene Pitney and Glen Campbell when they sang of different destinations and cowboys. A few of those songs include:24-Hours From Tulsa - The prolific Gene Pitney.
The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn has an Oscar Mayer Wienermobile...a must see!I love that crisp Autumn air when the sky is brilliant blue an the leaves are gold but it's looking drizzly here and not even the reds are showing. Hope it clears. My treat for the weekend has been watching a stands full of kids go from chattering in Arabic to singing "You're Beautiful" and another lined up for kick start rocking out when the Stones comes over the PA.
I'd been wanting to get to Dearborn for the longest time for a game and food. Not possible I could imagine HOW Middle Eastern it was. I'd planned to hit one of the bakeries or restaurants to refresh my memory from time in the ME but couldn't pass up a burger joint in a gas station. Definitely a day trip worth putting in the planner for anyone. I need to go back. I've never been to Greenfield Village.
This record is very hard to even image. I heard that it would be like setting a treadmill at 12.5 mph and running at that speed for a little more than two hours. Wow!Human limits seem to have no end even in the physical. Kipchoge beats 2hrs in the Marathon. Doesn't count because he had rabbits the whole way but it's just a matter of time. I once sat in my lazyboy awake, 2hrs straight, not even a bathroom break or a nod-off.
Amen, FootballFan1795! I can totally relate to what you're saying.Amazing. Especially considering I have a tough time staying awake for more than a few minutes during the homily at Mass, while sitting on a hard pew.
At least you got plenty of company. You ought to try being Baptist. Singing and yelling seriously messes with the REM cycles of use more peaceful types. All that "sowing" and "seeding" ... who can sleep through that?Amazing. Especially considering I have a tough time staying awake for more than a few minutes during the homily at Mass, while sitting on a hard pew.
What a voice. How'd they handle that in the movie?For people of a certain age and/or emotional leaning, Judy gets a "A". Give Zellqweger an "A+". Mesmerizing story about this American icon's fierce attempt to stay in the game, reclaim her children (from all appearances, a good mother) and keep on keeping on. This is Judy performing in London six months before her death.
Those are pretty narrow.Looks like the same ones from The Exorcist.