This morning I’m getting a myelogram and more than likely you are not.
Astronauts can’t whistle during a space walk because of the low air pressure in their suits.
Until watching a special last night, I never thought of how big a deal it must have been for Elvis, at the top of his fame, to be recruited into the Army and then serve as a private. At least, pop-culture wise. His step-brother said that was when he was first introduced to drugs, he was given uppers to stay awake during duty while serving in Germany. The special also stated his mother died when he was in basic training.
I’ve never listened to Howard Stern’s radio program until yesterday, and I only did so because David Letterman sat down for an hour and twenty minutes with him. It was a great interview, and I don’t think Stern is the shock-jock he used to be. Dave revealed some things about the “magic” of the show I now wish I never knew because a bit of the magic is gone. For instance, Andy Kaufman always let Dave know what he planned on doing before going on air.
Air Force pilot landed an A-10 sans landing gear and without a canopy because it blew off.