morning babble / Friday 12-24-21
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Tonight – we spend Christmas Eve at my mother-in-law’s house, where we have the traditional Italian Christmas Eve dinner and celebrate Feast of the Seven Fishes. She makes Cioppino (Chuh-pee-no) – an Italian seafood stew. It’s amazing. The first Christmas Eve that my wife and I spent together was at her mom’s. After this meal, I immediately informed my side of the family that I unfortunately was never going to see them again on Christmas Eve. Cannot wait!
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New Music Friday:
- Money Man & Yung Bleu “Fans Go Crazy” – entertaining all the NBA stars used in the song – AD / Lebron / CP3 / D-Mitchell / Jalen Brown / Julius Randel / Harden. No Embid though. No making fun of Ben Simmons bricking it.
- “We Good” (from the TV show “Dave”) – Lil Dicky & GaTa (Gay-Tuh) – Reminded me of a sports stadium song. It tried to get there. It’s no Tag Team “Whoomp!” (there it is)
- Bryan Adams – Yes, “Summer of 69” Bryan Adams has a new album coming out next year: So Happy It Hurts, which is being released on March 11, 2022. Couple weeks ago – the song “Kick Ass” came out.
- I did go back and listen to Ziggurats – the 4 song EP from Mike Shinoda (Linkin Park dude). NFT guy. Go there everybody – do it.
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QUOTE OF THE DAY:
“Christmas is the season for kindling the fire of hospitality” – by Washington Irving