I got in my car this morning only to discover that one of my two favorite radio stations had switched to an all-80s and some-70s format rather that 60s and 70s with some 80s.
I was born in 1980. I like classic rock. Thanks to my parents, I like the Beatles a lot and would like to hear a pre-1966 Beatles song on the radio. I like 80’s music…but not all of it. I have eclectic tastes in music. My radio is preset with classic rock, jazz, classical, current music…but now there is a void where the Oldies once were.
They had been doing so well lately on this station. I suppose the writing was on the wall when suddenly the station started mixing 60s, 70s, 80s and 00s.
Ah, well. I’ll learn to like it, I suppose. And I still have KGB for my music needs.
I was listening to Clive Lewis tonight and he’s been talking about the de-evolution of humanity.
It’s interesting because on the one hand, people are way too dependent on technology and one day this could be a huge problem when the power goes out. Have you ever tried to get into your car when the key fob doesn’t work? How do you get into the car if you don’t have a traditional key? Or what if the power goes out and the ATM doesn’t work? What then?
Sometimes I think we’re moving backwards. We need to use technology and not be dependent upon it. I can still remember phone numbers of my friends from elementary school. Now I don’t need to know phone numbers because they’re in my phone. But what if I can’t turn on my phone? What if my phone dies suddenly? It’s all gone. I’m as guilty as the next person when it comes to reliance upon cell phones.
It really makes you think about how we rely upon technology and how we could be brought to our knees if we aren’t careful.
That said, I’m still applauding the people who tried to melt the mysterious snow. These people are willing to question the norm. Good for them.
Once again I’m listening to Clive Lewis’ Ground Zero radio show. He’s talking about the hidden messages in the Super Bowl. The multiple appearances of the number 12, the word “prepare” during Bruno Mars’ performance…. Prepare for what? The next big world war? The symbolism is everywhere. It’s like the movie 21, which is a great movie.
This nerdy girl is going to return to her nerdy roots. While the people on the radio show are talking about the Antichrist and all of the religious symbolism, I am recalling a dream I had in college whereby aliens arrive on Earth and take the form of Jesus and other major religious figures from religions all over the world. Everyone goes nuts and thinks it’s the second coming, and the aliens take over with little to no resistance. Think about it: It’s the best way to take over a planet. Mimic the religious leaders (especially, in the case of Jesus, a religious figure who is forecasted to return at some point).
For all we know, we could be under attack from the Daleks or the Borg. Or the Cybermen. Doctor Who and Star Trek teach us great lessons about why the human race needs to be wary of getting too comfortable. We lose sight of problems and forget to be mindful of what is going on around us. Ground Zero is talking about something possibly happening around February 15 or the Ides of March (March 15). For my sake, I don’t want anything to happen on those days. They are the 6th and 5th birthdays of my cat and dog, respectively. Of course, last year around this time, we had the huge fireball over Moscow. And now we have the Olympics in Russia.
I know I’m rambling. This is all a lot more esoteric than the snow that won’t melt, which has been a favorite topic of mine the past few days. All I know is that we have to pay attention to what’s going on around us. Don’t read too much into everything, but be mindful.
It snowed in the South and caused a widespread panic. Frankly, if it snowed in San Diego I’d feel the same way. But what’s more interesting about the unusual weather event is that some people attempted to melt the snow…and it wouldn’t melt.
My mom has been talking about Chemtrails and Contrails for years. If you don’t know what they are, look up into the sky on a clear day and watch for airplanes making lines all over the place. After they make their lines, it gets rather cloudy. Mom is always talking about these planes messing up our air. As I listened to Clive Lewis last night, I started to realize that there is a lot of truth to this.
I agree with him…what makes a person attempt to melt snow in the first place?
I’m not sure what to make out of all of this, but it was enough to get me thinking. My grandfather used to talk about how the military sprayed stuff over San Francisco, and there seems to be truth to that. What else is going on that we don’t know about?