December 8th, 2019

beatles goofy

Volo, Volare

I'm ripping the White Album 50th Anniversary box set.  One of the songs is, "I Will", by McCartney.  I have always loved this song - and loved singing it.  Don't get to sing anything, these days.  In High-school, my buddies and I visitted the nearby retirement home, and performed for the old folks.  Watching us with their eyes.  I sang, "I Will".  Accompanied by piano.  And everyone was teary-eyed.  Or glazed-over.  A  nice thing to do.  Nice Catholic boys.  But all that is past, and all those people are dead.  Sometimes, at night, I see those old people, poking me with sticks, menacingly, howling, "You never did!  You told us you would, but you never did!  May you suffer all the rest of your life!  You said you would, but you didn't!"...

PS - People say that the White Album was too much of a mish-mash. But, it's just like w/ George Harrison's albums: If you rearrange them, like a good mix, they turn out far superior. So, I rearranged the White Album, and, yes, it is far superior. Available upon request. Not for sale, prohibited where void, this is not medical advice, try this at home, existence limitted by time and space. So much for I will..
Isochronal Dreams

Who are you?

Weird things happen.  As I pace out my pointless days.  I made this mix, containing a Black Keys song, "Lonely Boy," and a day or two latter, "World cafe" is playing that song, which I have never heard them platy before, ever.  And this happened with another song, can't recall which one right off top of brain.  Another thing, I am typing something about a lark, and the radio starts playing, "Skylark."  The point of this is this: I have been meaning to write a simple post about the brain, (which will lead into a post about something I am calling, "Fractive Learning").  I keep putting it off, cuz headache/et/al never goes away.  Then, Radiolab does a show which includes brain ideas related to my own brain's ideas.  So, I guess fortserentuidipitous for you.

Watch or listen to these segments if you wish to be more in tune with upcoming posts...

Well, it seems there are issues with Radiolab's website/s, so I cannot pinpoint the segments.  here is the whole page - maybe it loads for you.  At least you can listen to the full show.  The most important segment is the one about brain loops, psychopathy, etc.  Please leisure at your listen.