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War of the Worlds

October 31, 2008

The thing I like best about Halloween is being able to get dressed up girly and going out in public…fearlessly. Well, I’m working tonight and tommorow is moving day so no trick-or-treating for us.

I’d like to tell you about my second favourite thing about halloween; <Orson Welles’ Mercury Theatre Broadcast of H.G. Wells’>  It was first broadcast 25 years before I was born, but for as long as I can remember I’ve listened to it at least once a year around Halloween. We listen to the old radio shows at work and it’s been on once already this week and I’m sure it’ll be on again tonight. Like the Grinch and Charlie Brown at Christmas, it’s just not Halloween without Orson annihilating the world before my very ears.

Mini’s teacher played it for them this afternoon in class. Last month he played the Abbott and Costello routine ‘Who’s on first.’ I like Mini’s teacher.

Anyway, the pc gets taken apart tommorow and we won’t have an internet connection until early next week so ♀ & I would like to wish all of you a fun and safe (they’re not mutually exclusive are they?) Halloween.

And seriously, if you haven’t heard it yet this year, treat yourself to <The War of the Worlds>



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I know he first made waves as a rocker, but for me Jeff healey was a jazz and blues man. It was his show on CBC radio that first tuned me on to the swinging jazz of the 30’s & 40’s. Most, if not all the music from those shows were from his personal collection of 78 rpm’s.

I listened to <this concert> on the way to work last night; it made me happy & sad at the same time. I hope you enjoy it as well.

He was a huge talent and from everything I’ve heard, a hell of a nice guy. I’ll miss him.


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