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Things I Want (Or Need) To Know
Have you seen the promo on NBC for its upcoming series “Prime Suspect?” The reason it caught my attention is the music in the promo is the song “Mr. Sandman” as sung by the Chordettes. That song was published and recorded by the Chordettes in 1954. Not just the song, but that version of the song, is almost sixty years old! TV is advertiser driven. Most advertisers want their ads to appeal to people under 54 years old because of the belief that older people are not swayed very much by commercials. So, why does the promo for “Prime Suspect” use music designed to appeal to people who are about 70 years old?
The way TV news went overboard about the recent heat wave makes me wonder if people really tune into the networks’ evening newscasts to find out that it’s hot.
Is it autumn already, or did the extreme temperatures last week cause all the sycamore trees around here to turn yellow and start dropping their leaves?
The word “elderly” ends in “ly” so why isn’t it an adverb?
Now that the last one has landed for the final time, I know all the NASA space shuttles are going to museums, but where are the giant crawlers that take the shuttle and its rocket from the assembly building to the launch pad going? Wherever it is, I’m sure they’re going there slowly. I mean, they’re called crawlers, not runners, right?