Reference: The Game Makers: The Story Of Parker Brothers From Tiddledy Winks To Trivial Pursuit, Philip E Orbanes.
- Star Trek: Revolution
- Star Trek: Blackbird
- Star Trek: Nobody’s Child
- Star Trek: Nowhere Man
- Star Trek: The Night Before
- Star Trek: Yesterday
- Star Trek: Across the Universe
- Star Trek: Tomorrow Never Knows
- Star Trek: Here, There, and Everywhere
- Star Trek: Octopus’s Garden
- Star Trek: She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
- Star Trek: I’m Happy Just To Dance With You
Reference: The Gutenberg Galaxy, Marshall McLuhan.
Sorry to be distracted like this. I just got to wondering, like, how often does Paul McCartney or Ringo Starr, like, just freeze up in the kitchen and think, “I was in the Beatles! And now here I am, peeling an orange! How does something like that happen?” I’m assuming that they occasionally peel oranges. The only reason I can imagine they wouldn’t is if they don’t like oranges. I realize that no life can be all transcendant experiences, but, you know,every now and then Buzz Aldrin must think, “I walked on the Moon and here I am peeling a banana. How?”
I guess it’s a good thing that the biggest thing that ever happened to me was sneezing on the President of Singapore or I’d never be able to handle the small stuff.
By the way, over on my other blog I looked at the Pi Day comic strips. How many of them were about serious mathematics and how many were about pie? The answer may surprise you!
The friend who can’t remember he has the same birthday as I do, so every year he’ll tell me it’s his birthday, and then I answer, “You say it’s your birthday? It’s my birthday too, yeah”. Well, I’m not going to get tired of this.