Friday, October 29, 2004


Days in a daze, or the weekend to some

Well, it's time for the weekend again and as many of you know, that means two days off for those who work five-day weeks. Those of you who might be drunken bums won't be able to tell the difference between a Sunday and a Tuesday, true, but nonetheless things change to weekend schedules come Saturday.

One change is the time. Things should be getting darker after we suck an hour back from the clock, come 2 a.m. Sunday morning. That's when it becomes 1 a.m. Sunday morning and nothing short of a lightning rod from a giant god can stop that. Then, around 5:30 on the following Monday, darkness will fall. People will become frightened. Others will become courageous. Then, Tuesday in America, everyone will vote. Mostly everyone. Drunken bums won't, because they don't know the difference between Tuesday and Sunday. So why even tell them to go an vote. Sober bums, incidentally, will be fine, will probably vote and keep track of the days in a week.


The Oct. 28 Chronicles program featured a lot of reference to a dead film maker named Ed Wood. We mentioned because you can buy Wood's long-lost movie there. Remember, this is adult material, although it contains all the childlike qualities that made Wood the terrible director he was.


SRN Radio 1 now runs exclusive segments called Common Sense Cotolo, which are unique monologues that all of you should check into, or check out, whichever phrase fits you best. These segments are the start of a project that is under way but only in the idea stage, which means no one has done a damned thing yet. More about this project in future blog pages. For now, have a good weekend whether you know what days they are or not.

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