I didn’t really do anything very special for this Halloween show, but I did do a very extended movie recommendation segment. See below.
We, but my wife mainly, have been dealing with my father-in-law’s house. We have it sold and we have to get everything up. We filled one dumpster already and have another one on the way. We filled our minivan with lots of old electronics to be recycled.
I told the tale of getting all those electronic odds and ends recycled. I’m very thankful to one Best Buy employee who did me a solid.
The World Series have come to an end and the San Fransisco Giants are once again world champs. I talked about that game seven pitching performance of Madison Bumgarner and how it was even more impressive when compared to the amount of postseason games played. In the old days, pitchers didn’t have as many playoff rounds to get through. For decades it was win the pennant and then play the World Series. It hasn’t been that way for a while now.
A very human moment took place during the the award presentation after the World Series. A fellow named Rikk Wilde wasn’t the most prepared person when he stepped up to present Bumgarner with the keys for a brand new Chevy Colorado truck, but he was the most memorable and sympathetic.
I touched on the viral video of a young woman walking the streets of NYC that depicts how men in New York like to catcall and harass women as they walk by. I talked about the power of editing and that it is probably possible to make another two minute long video out of the 10 hours of filming that would show her being left alone. The video has sparked a discussion and I find it interesting.
Movie Recommendation: My Baskins-Robbins Approach
During the month of October, I changed my profile picture on my Facebook page to a different horror film each day. I also wrote a brief description of each film. So, I went through that list at the end of the show. I hope these are all available. Here is the list:
Second ad break bumpers: ‘The Quiet One‘ by The Who & ‘The Queen & The Soldier‘ by Susanne Vega
Closing song: ‘Angler’s Treble Hook’ by $5 Fiddle