- I’m going to take a step away from blogging about my divorce and lighten things up a bit.
- Yesterday was DaughterGeeding’s first softball practice. I spoke with the coach and I may help with some of the upcoming practices.
- Random memory – aluminum cans in which you had to pull the tab all the way off.
- Considering how bad the launch of the Affordable Healthcare Act’s website was, I was expecting to hear bad news about yesterday’s launch of the government’s free COVID test website. So far, so good, I suppose.
- EDIT – They actually did hit a road bump – White House warns ‘small percentage’ of people can’t order its rapid COVID-19 tests
- Here’s a good time-waster – Wiki History Game
- I’ve seen a few commercials for How I Met Your Father and what I first notice is there’s no narrator, like Bob Saget was for How I Met Your Father.
- Just when I thought Texas was going to take the lead regarding odd choices our state government makes regarding COVID, Florida jump in – The Florida Department of Health Medical Director has been put on leave for encouraging his own staff to get vaccinated
- U2’s Bono Says He Still ‘Really’ Doesn’t Like the Band’s Name — and Is Often ‘Embarrassed’ by Its Songs
- The Edge, 60, explained that the Irish rockers started playing music under the name The Hype, but they were “unhappy” with that name due to its unoriginality and turned to former classmate and fellow musician Steve Averill for help. “He came to us with a few suggestions, one of which was U2,” he recalled. “And of the suggestions, it wasn’t that it jumped out to us as the name we were really looking for, but it was the one that we hated the least. And what we loved about it was that it was not obvious from the name what this band wound sound like or be about.”
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