The Friday Fives

1. What is your Friday afternoon “work is over!” song?

“Take It To The Limit” by the Eagles.?There were a number of times high school that we would come home?after a day of skiing at Steamboat and this song was always playing in the cassette deck and has always been a fitting end of a good day song for me.

2. Which song would you want people to play at your funeral?

Springsteen’s?”the Big Muddy” a nice melancholy deep track from?”Luckdy Town”

3. What is you wake and embrace the day song?

Bobby McFerrin’s “Don’t Worry Be Happy”?It is part of current life philosophy to fight sarcasm and work to be positve which is more work.

4. What is the best “treasure” you’ve ever found at a thrift store, garage sale, flea market etc?

My Resistol cowboy hat.?ought it for about $35.00.?new retails at about $300.00

5. How do you like your coffee?

Easy question probably answered on this blog.?Black from a from French press and fresh home roasted Kuahi HI beans.?(Better than Kona coffee and much more affordable.)

5 Replies to “The Friday Fives”

  1. 1. “A Million Miles Away” by David Byrne. In the early 90’s it was the theme song to the sitcom “Herman’s Head.” The final lyric is, “A million miles away from here, and I aint gonna work here no more.”

    2. “One More Beer,” by Marty Jones.

    3. “Walkin’ on Sunshine.”

    4. A vintage Charvet neck tie. I paid one dollar, and they currently retail for $295 each. I have about ten of them, so it’s a shame I have nowhere to wear them.

    5. Black. My favorite coffee is Kaladi Brothers Guatelmala Atitlan Nahuala. Organic, shade grown, Free-trade certified and from women owned farms. So you can feel good about it–and enjoy its delicious black pepper notes.

  2. 1) Metallica – seek & destroy

    2) Disturbed – Down With the Sickness

    3) Anything by Led Zeppelin

    4) Electric lawn mower. Was $20 lasted 3 years before it died.

    5) Hot or iced with frou frou creamer

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