Continuing with Random Thoughts


If the TV show “The $64,000 Question” were to be launched today it would be “The $552,000 Question”


Thanks to Coach Kritzer for forwarding this to me.


just curious, do we have any rock climbers/boulderers on here?



Bill Cosby found guilty of sexual assault in retrial
Cosby, 80, faces a maximum sentence of 10 years and a fine of up to $25,000 on each count.


I think the Cos duped more than just these women - although they got the worst of it and it took them to show us how badly we are at judging good character…RIP my illusions and childhood memories…


During the 1970s I had a social acquaintanceship with one of the young ladies he attempted to rape.
see Bev Johnsons Vanity Fair piece linked above


I am sorry she and the others had to experience a sexual predator and appreciate them coming forward to change society and prevent the same happening to future people (male and female).


It’s hard being wineturtle.
Electrical repair in kitchen requires me to eat a bowl of ice cream at 10AM.:sob:


At least it wasn’t the whole carton!


sorry for the poorquality

ConnieFrancis 60s hit

The Original




a member of MENSA and fellow LLer opined

There must be a word that expresses the awe I have for the day to day musings of the MENSA mind but one does not come readily to mind.

I’m more in awe of the guy who printed that on a 3buck teeshirt and sold a crapload of them for $25.00


If you or someone you know is considering suicide, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).


This is the best example of “Make me a brandname” marketing I’ve seen in the last few years


A Fathers Day Song Cycle written The Heartbeats/Shep&Limelites Trio— James “Shep” Sheppard, Clarence Bassett and Charles Baskerville.
“A Thousand Miles Away”
“500 Miles to Go”
“Daddy’s Home”
“Three Steps from the Altar”
“Our Anniversary”
“What Did Daddy Do?”


The ultimate Father’s Day song: “Cat’s in the Cradle” – Harry Chapin

or maybe it should be called the ultimate motivational song to become a good father…



A post by malmo on a LetsRun music thread points out two of the many reasons why I loved the '60s