Saturday, April 5, 2014

TSOD 4/5/2014

You knew it was coming...

You've waited for this moment and finally the time has come.

Hands down, this is the greatest music video. Of. All. Time.

Everybody lookit your hands.

Friday, April 4, 2014

QOD! 4/4/2014

What's this? An actual blog post? Not just a video?

I couldn't pass up this opportunity to mock Verizon.

As many of you know, around the holidays we all switched our phone numbers. Some of you got the new number. Anyway, what you might not have known was that we also switched carriers. We dumped Verizon.

Yesterday, we received our third notification reminding us that all of our wireless lines have been disconnected. The good news is that we can still monitor our account online if we'd like to.

Thanks for that, Verizon.

Also, since we cancelled they now "appreciate our business and hope to be able to serve your wireless needs again in the future."

Funny, you didn't appreciate us when you were getting our money every month.

TSOD 4/4/2014

This song has haunted me for years. John Hughes wrote my childhood into all of his scripts and made a fortune doing so.

Without even meaning to I allowed this influence to pour into my daughter to the extent that this one scene from Sixteen Candles stayed with her as well.

Kinda cool, no?

The Thompson Twins, ladies and gentlemen.

You know, the band with a red headed guy, a blond lady and a black dude; none of whom are named Thompson. Got it?

Thursday, April 3, 2014

TSOD 4/3/2014

This song is fabulous!

This video is...less than fabulous.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

TSOD 4/1/2014

Public outcry demanded that the TSOD not stop.

A day will come when the TSOD will stop; must stop.

But today is not that DAY!

I needed an anthem to help me overcome the obstacle of following up a Whitney Houston April Fool's joke.

I needed eagle's wings and an eteranal hope.

Enjoy.

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

TSOD 4/1/2014

This is gonna be the last song of the day ever. It's run it's course. Thought I'd leave you with the very best.

Monday, March 31, 2014

TSOD 3/31/2014

I hesitate to mention it, but I once danced to this entire album at a a party where no one else was dancing and they all wanted to listen to the Beatles and Bohemian Rhapsody again for the fifteenth time instead.

But I was the only one who knew how the CD player worked.