The song Wagon Wheel is so popular everywhere that even in Muncie, Indiana it becomes a raucous sing-along.
Light rain begins by moving a random selection of individual leaves.
A nearby convenience store is advertising its Bitcoin ATM. The lighted sign that usually hawks deals on two liter bottles of soda or two-for-one deals on candy is now enticing users of the most popular digital currency.
Does the store take Bitcoin? No idea. But if you’re driving down the road thinking that you need to grab some Bitcoin to send to “an associate” later, this is the place.
This is likely a new feature of those shady, high-fee convenience store ATMs and it probably requires some advertising. Maybe I should drop in and get some Bitcoin.
“The opposite of loneliness is not togetherness, but intimacy.” – Richard Bach
Use of technology has been shown to change how our brains operate, so I wonder if our memories are also changing because there is less need to remember things when the entire history of everything is just a touch away in our pocket.
A clearing opens up in the trees and there is a sudden wall of fog across the road. Even with headlights on, cars are not visible until they emerge. Cars driving in disappear almost immediately.
Apparently I still don’t know the difference between Kurt Russell and Jeff Bridges.
The Rolling Stones Tour is sponsored—without irony—by the Alliance for Lifetime Income.
If a movie in 2019 is described with the adjective madcap, chances are that it is not very good.