Thursday, August 18, 2011

S03 E15: The Tampon Story

Nothing tastes better than ill-gotten, high-end poutine.

The story behind the picture (and the title above) is part of this week's episode, as is talk on Harper, London, Mila Kunis, barbecue and other topics so disparate it's tough to unite under one theme. But don't worry; we're always more charming when we're aimless. Enjoy!

(Also, please note that we are aware our discussion about Mr. Layton is now sadly out of date. R.I.P.)


Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers - Home on the Range
Handsome Furs - Dead + Rural
John Mellencamp - Small Town
Lynard Skynard - Sweet Home Alabama
Journey - Don't Stop Believing
Harry McClintock - Sweet Rock Candy Mountain
Lou Reed & John Cale - Small Town

1 comment:

William Robert said...

The Laurier Barbecue incident just goes to prove that Tyler can get access to any edifice when wielding his pocket watch.

Liked the selection of music. I had not heard the Big Rock Candy Mountain since childhood - we had the 45 rpm record at home.

As for movies: After seeing the original Planet of the Apes when it came out in the sixties, I was leery of the new release, Rise of the Planet of the Apes. I was pleasantly surprised by the sequel. The original was a ground-breaking movie due to the incredible make-up and masks at that time.

Taking care of one house is enough. Perhaps a cottage on Lac Azur will be a retirement project some day.

Glad to hear you discussing urban planning issues again - I always learn something new.

What a shame about Mr. Jack Layton. He was one of the good ones; an honest politician!

All the best,