[Found here and here. The last one is from a video I found somewhere. The cows were watching a dog play fetch.]
[Found here, here and here.]
Update: Eagle eye Corinne L. wondered what flew out of the hand of Slipper No. 2, so I culled three frames. He was talking on his cell phone when he went all slippy and let go of it. The phone beat him to the bottom – and was left behind by Mr. Attentive.
More fun slippers here.
Fractals come into play with this murmuration.
The 2nd vid provides the soundtrack for the 1st. View the 1st while listening to the 2nd.
The flocking grackles(?) were recorded in a Walmart parking lot somewhere in Texas.
The Ramones covered the Trashmen righteously.
The latter took their name from a 1961 song by Kai Ray (aka Ray Caire) “Trashman’s Blues.”
The Lovell Sisters play roots-country/bluegrass, and that vid is from 2009. 2/3rds of The Lovell Sisters comprise Larkin Poe, and they just released their 5th studio album.
The first recorded (and published) version of “Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed” was by Blind Willie Johnson in 1927, but the origins of the hymn are unknown – it may date to 1600s England.
Apparently the Reverend Horton Heat got a Whole New Life in 2018, two full years ahead of the rest of us.
Have a great weekend folks, now that our keepers have generously returned a bit of freedom. I’m gonna get a haircut and eat cheeseburgers, and I dare anyone to stop me. See you back here tomorrow unless the apocalypse is expedited.