I’ve mentioned we’re a one-car family and it works out quite well for the most part since I work from home. However, our the car has been in the shop since Friday. A neighbor was nice enough to loan us her SUV during this time. When she dropped it off at our house and handed me the keys, she said she set the radio station to The Ticket because she knew I’m a P1.
Something that drives me crazy – when a tiny speaker on a device is on a very high volume level it’s really not meant to be on.
I love the comedy you’ll find in the Airplane!, Hot Shots!, and Nake Gun movies, so I’ve taken a huge liking towards the TBS series ‘Angie Tribeca’ which had its season premiere last night. Jon Hamm had a bit part, and I mean it was a bit part. He wasn’t even on screen for 30-seconds and his only line had three words.
I’m a big fan of illusionist David Copperfield and The Daily Beast has a good interview with him. A few tidbits:
He states Leonardo da Vinci co-wrote the first book on magic.
Speaks about having a personal relationship with God.
Considers David Blane a buddy and “the real deal”.
States Houdini as a role model but not a great magician.
He holds 11 Guinness World Records but I can’t find what specific eleven, even on Guinness’ website.
Ever wake up to a numb, dead arm? Here’s what’s happening. – Dyck explained there’s a common misconception that pins and needles and numbness are caused by a lack of blood flow to the nerves. “The more likely thing is nerve compression — nerves are being pushed on and squashed, and that causes these symptoms,” he says.
For my fellow ‘Game of Thrones’ fans who was curious as to why the show started non-traditionally with a cold open (spoiler warning if you haven’t seen the latest episode) – Why the cold open? The production has to put The Hound actor Rory McCann’s name in the opening credits and, as GoT writer Bryan Cogman explains, that would have spoiled the reveal if fans saw his name before his character appeared.