FOLLOWING a protracted problem with our internet service (grrr..), I was finally able to upload this week’s Patreon episode. It’s available now for all $4 and above patrons, right here. And this is the summary:
In this one, I tell you about an inexplicable song I recently had stuck in my head, the 40th anniversary of the release of one of my favorite albums, and the cosmic velocity reports we’d like to see. I also bitch at length about the current state of the internet, talk about some shows I’m powering through on various streaming services, and share even more insulting comments I’ve heard about my age. I hope you enjoy it. Thanks for listening!
It’s one of my favorite recent episodes. Sometimes it all comes together, and many times it doesn’t. But in this one… some of it actually worked. Anyway, during the show, I talk about the data I’d like to pull from the universe about very specific aspects of my life. For instance, the ten albums I’ve listened to most often, from the day I was born to right now. It’s gotta be loaded with Beatles, and probably also includes London Calling. But I’d be interested to see the actual list. And I’d like to know how many beers I’ve taken down, and the number of baseball games I’ve listened to on the radio. That sort of impossible-to-know data.
What obscure statistics about your life would you like to know? Which “cosmic velocity reports” would you pull? Please tell us about it in the comments.
And I have to go to work very early today, my friends. I’ll see you again soon.
Have a great day!
I would love to know how much money I have spent in restaurants in my lifetime.
That’s a good one! I’d like to know that number, as well. I have a feeling I’d gasp.
A Different Jeff says
Ha! There is no such impossible-to-know data. All such data is knowable and indeed known, and resides on multiple-redundancy servers, and requires only a Google Plus Premium Super Dooper account.
Currently, my lifetime-to-date beer expenditures exceed the value of my 401k …
Rounding third and heading for home!
I miss the ol’ Lefthander. And Marty too.
Jeff, I love you pal but…..you are a better writer than you are a speaker. I would happily pay you $4 to transcribe your podcasts to the WVSR. Merry Christmas!
Thank you for that.