It’s Friday! Let’s get silly. Here’s musician Dustin Ballard, aka “There I Ruined It” with his best effort to compile a song entirely out of singers saying “Yeah.” Here’s a link, if the embed doesn’t work. Enjoy.
Well, Figgy Pudding Spam is a thing that exists, apparently. Laurel Wamsley for National Public Radio explains that this limited edition concoction is apparently so popular, that you may have already missed your opportunity to purchase it this holiday season. Oh, well.Incidentally, the SPAM brand just turned 85 years old, says Hormel.
Another week is drawing to a close, and I think that means it’s time for another music break. If Katy Perry doesn’t make you want to get up and dance, you might be dead inside. Enjoy!Thank you to Denise Miller for the suggestion!
It’s been a long week. Let’s get weird.The song: “Frontier Psychiatrist” by the Avalanches. I’m not entirely sure what’s going on here, but it’s a fun collage of sound.
As we wind things down for the long holiday weekend here in the USA, please allow me to say thank you, friends, for reading and subscribing!Please enjoy “Thank You Friends” by Big Star, a woefully underrated rock band that more people should know about.
Will tomorrow be another Saturday night? I guess we’ll have to wait and see. In the mean time, please enjoy Sam Cooke singing “Another Saturday Night” from 1963.
For today’s fun Friday share, let’s get in the spirit of the season with this comprehensive breakdown of common Halloween memes, courtesy of Wired’s Amelia Tait.We’ll get back on topic next week.
Did you know? There is a dog named Spam and he’s dressed up as a pirate for Halloween and he’s up for adoption, courtesy of the Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary in Hollywood, South Carolina. If you live nearby, you probably should adopt this little guy immediately. Click here for the cuteness.
It’s time for a New Jack Swing break, courtesy of Johny Kemp, who just got paid. Enjoy.
Lucas Ropek for Gizmodo explains: “Turns out it’s pretty damn easy to spam the entire Air Force using just one email address.”Oh, no. Really? Yep, as it turns out.