The Shuttle did its little flip before docking with the Space Station.
Also, Paul Hackett is running strong. He needs cash to be the first Iraq vet to serve in Congress. He’s a talented and deserving guy. Contribute with the little doodad in the sidebar. He lead troops in the fighting in Fallujah, so I’m thinking he can handle Congress.
And now, your Friday random 10:
“The Marsist” by Frank Black from the album The Cult of Ray (1996, 4:11).
“Didn’t He Ramble (fragment)” by Pete Seeger from the album We Shall Overcome — The Complete Carnegie Hall Concert (1963, 1:22).
“What Is Humidity?” by Tom Glazer from the album Weather Songs (1:04).
“If You Could Touch Her At All” by Willie Nelson from the album Stardust / One for the Road / Honeysuckle Rose (1978, 3:27).
“Last Thing” by Diana Anaid from the album Beautiful Obscene (2004, 3:38).
“Golden Years” by David Bowie from the album Station To Station (1976, 4:02).
“Oriental Strut” by Louis Armstrong from the album The Hot Fives, Volume I (1988, 3:11).
“Running Dry” by Neil Young from the album Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere (1969, 5:35).
“Copenhagen” by Bix Beiderbecke (2:36).
“Anything Goes” by Guns N’ Roses from the album Appetite for Destruction (1987, 3:26).
I’m constantly amazed at some of the garbage that winds up in the old iTunes Library. I don’t think I like David Bowie very much, but he keeps popping up in my random playlists. Louis Armstrong comes up far too rarely.