When I was a kid in New Jersey we had six channels to watch: the three main networks, the Fox affiliate (FOX 5, before it was Nazis, home of the Godzilla creature feature at Halloween and It’s a Wonderful Life at Christmas), Channel 29 (home of Star Blazers and M*A*S*H reruns), and PBS. One day I caught a show on PBS that had a guy dressed in odd pseudo-military clothing who taught kids how to draw, and the first time I saw it I was VERY interested in watching the rest of the shows. Unfortunately it never followed a schedule that made any sense and so I wound up only seeing a handful of episodes.
Fast forward to college, when my friend Tim and I were talking about random stuff and shared a common memory from youth: the drawing show on PBS. Turns out it was produced here in Maryland by MPT, and turns out he was a guest on the show as a kid for one of the episodes!
Fast forward to last night,when the same subject came up and I was talking about it with my sister-in-law. I had to find it, and the Internet provided: a series called Secret City, where the host tought kids to draw all kinds of different things. Enjoy:
This post is pretty kickass, but is there a way to make it even more kickass without actually altering it in any way whatsoever?
Because that would make it TOTALLY kickass.
Yeah, you know what would be kick-ass? having a tall, cool, fresh vodka tonic, and then drinking it all, and then having it be the same tall, cool, fresh vodka tonic it was when I started, and then drinking it again, until I fell down under the table.
[Forrest Gump voice] Them’s my maejeeck vodkas.