Let’s take a little musical journey, one that’s a little bit personal. Granted, I might not remember every concert I’ve seen, but I have been to a few. So, lets start with the earliest one I remember
I have to admit, I am not a baseball fan. I find the game slow and boring. But, I am a fan of a good laugh. And one of the best comedy teams ever has to be Abbott and Costello.
Surprisingly, one of their finest routines has to do with baseball, which is, as I said, one of my least favorite sports. Who’s On First is a masterpiece of double talk (mostly from Bud Abbott) and confusion (mostly from Lou Costello). While the routine is derived from other play on words routines performed on the vaudeville circuit, it was Abbott and Costello who honed it to perfection. The routine lives on in recordings and film.
Audio versions of the routine are available on iTunes. The routine was also featured in the film Naughty Nineties, available on DVD from Amazon.com, and as part of The Abbott & Costello Show, the complete series DVDs also available on Amazon.com.
5 Pictorials The Show Playboy’s Running Out of Ideas
1) Women of Warcraft
2) Delaware Delights: Women of Dover
3) Pam Anderson: We think this is the last of the old pics
4) Women of the Downtown Busline
5) Women of… Listen, does anyone actually care if there’s a theme?
5 Movies That Should Never Have Video Game Adaptations
1) My Dinner With Andre
2) Brokeback Mountain
4) Being John Malkovich
5) Swimming in Cambodia
5 Movies That Would Make Cool Video Games
1) Captain Blood (would feature pirate ship fights, sword fighting, daring escape missions)
2) Laura (Classic film noir that would be a cool game in the Myst vein)
3) Transporter (bad movie, but game would feature driving and hand to hand combat)
4) Creature from the Black Lagoon (puzzle solving and monster fighting)
5) 39 Steps(Classic Hitchcock movie would work well as a puzzle solver)
(from The Three Stooges)