Friday Music: 19th Century "Hits" June 29, 2018 Art/Culture 1 min read Share this Facebook Messenger Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Email Theophrastus Latest posts Lead Scheduler at MOTW. Husband, Father, but most importantly, a man of God. Possesses more degrees that most people find useful. Crypto Fashion Is Back! Friday Music: A Mix Of Good Stuff Improving Male Fertility, Fitness, and Biohacking An Hour of Confederate Music View all 5 Comments These songs struck the other day listening to the radio. One of the hosts made a joke about that town where there are like three people, and one guy has been the mayor for like fifty years. His gag was along the lines that the townsfolk are upset cause the “old gray mayor…ain’t what he used to be”. Bad joke, no argument. But without these sort of shared cultural references, that joke is just a weird statement to make. Got me to thinking how many people have no idea what the guy was talking about…at all…, and how these sort of handed-down references of a shared past get lost through time. Reply My dad used to say “you look like you’ve been rode hard and put up wet.” I had to stop using it, since no one gets it anymore. They have no concept of riding horses, etc. Reply Oh, and note that the 2nd Carolina String Band is awesome. A bunch of their stuff on YouTube is utterly fantastic. Reply 4.5 Reply 5 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Previous Story A New Justice Next Story David The Good: Seven Ways To Feed Your Garden For Free Latest from Art Friday Music: Phantom of the Opera (Prague Cello Quartet) Crypto Fashion Is Back! If you have not heard, Crypto.Fashion got back up and running online over the weekend. That Friday Music: A Mix Of Good Stuff It starts with The Highwaymen, but will just keep moving to more good stuff. Just let An Hour of Confederate Music We start with “Dixie” and go on through a full hour, ending with “The Yellow Rose Gene Wolfe And Literature, Part 8: The Soldier Series A discussion of Gene Wolfe’s Latro in the Mist.