Saturday, July 22, 2017

Saturday 9: Don't Stop

Crazy Sam’s Saturday 9: Don't Stop (1977)... because Country Dew recommended Fleetwood Mac 



On Saturdays I take a break from the heavy stuff and have some fun…
Unfamiliar with this week's tune? Hear it here.

1) Since we're not supposed to stop thinking about tomorrow, let's talk about it: What are your plans for Sunday?
Well, now that we don’t have the cottage the weekends are boring. I don’t have any plans for Sunday.

2) Fleetwood Mac was formed 50 years ago in London. Fifty years is considered a "golden anniversary." Do you wear more silver or gold?
Um… does gold plating count? If so, I have more gold than silver.

3) This song is from Rumours, which has sold 40 million copies. Is it in your collection?
Of course.

4) It was written by keyboardist and vocalist Christine McVie. She was born Christine Perfect, a name that earned her a fair share of teasing when she was a school girl. Do you recall being teased in school? What about?
Of course, anyone who wore glasses was “four eyes” and I was a nerd before the word “nerd” even existed.

5) Before Fleetwood Mac, she was in a band called Chicken Shack. If you were to order out for a chicken dinner, which restaurant would you turn to?
That is a hard question to answer. Here in town we have a choice of Italian or Chinese, we are seriously lacking in take-out choices. So to answer your question it would be Chicken Parmigiana from the pizza joint just a block away.

6) Before she could pay all her bills with her music, she supported herself as a window dresser for a London department store. Do you enjoy walking along, just window shopping? Or do you consider "looking with no intention to buy" a waste of time?
Yes, and yes. I like a walking buddy and I don’t like window shopping.

7) When she found herself making big money, one of the first things Christine bought was a pair of matching Mercedes for herself and then-husband, John McVie. If you were handed a check for $1 million, what's the first thing you would do with the money?
Call my broker.
Then rent a big yacht and throw a big party.

8) The other girl in Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks, founded the Soldier's Angel Foundation. She believes in the healing power of music, and so she's proud to provide wounded soldiers with iPods already loaded with music. When you listen to music from your phone, MP3 player or iPod, do you use ear buds or headphones?
It depends upon where. Inside the house I wouldn’t wear them but outside on the deck I wear noise cancelling headphones.

9) Random question: Let's pretend your high school reunion is coming up. Which classmate are you more curious about: the one who was your first date, or the one who was too cool to give you the time of day?
The one who I had my first date with. I always wondered how she is doing, the last I heard she was married and working at a small pharmaceutical out San Francisco.

7 comments:

Stacy said...

It's the same here. We have quite a few restaurants but they are all either Chinese, Italian, or "all-American" sports bar type places so the menus are pretty similar between them. Sometimes I get bored with the same old, same old and would just about kill for a good seafood place.

The Gal Herself said...

Gold plating totally counts! And I hope your first date is happy.

I am Harriet said...

I've been a member of the 4 eyes club since I was 6 months old. I'm so over that. Especially since 90% of the people my age now own glasses.

Kwizgiver said...

I'm with you about the headphones--I don't wear them.

Cat. said...

I'm surprised how many of us are not into window shopping or headphones. ;-)

Zippi Kit said...

Oh boy, if the bullies can't call you a name and classify you as untouchable, in school, what WOULD they all do with themselves? It's sad.

I hope you find that nice replacement for the cottage soon. It's so nice to just have a getaway place.

Thanks for that link in your comment to zknits. With the mad dogs in Washington ripping the national fabric apart, we need to stay vigilant in addressing child unfriendly policies that can start irrupting like an unwanted Pox.

CountryDew said...

Nerd. Yep. Always have been, always will be.