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Whatado evraybody, whatado.
Don't forget the Animal Nuz on Saturday.
Tonight's first sked guest is actor/director/etc., Jon Favreau, who had a movie released on 5-9-14 called "Chef".
Tonight's other sked guest is TV host, Carrie Keagan. Music and entertainment seem to be her forte.
I don't know about the rest of you, but I was rather let down by the performance of 2cellos compared to the vids I posted last night. It seemed to me they pretty much just mailed it in.
Man Oh's computer took another dive on him today so his return to the web is unknown. He sends his best wishes to all for the holiday weekend.
Kossak pollwatcher posted a diary about tonight's meteor showers. Here is the sked by time zone:
Shower observing times across Canada and U.S.:It's clouded up pretty solid here with a threat of rain, though the past few days have been very clear and into the 80's. Must be a holiday weekend.
* Eastern Daylight Time 1:30-5 a.m. with the peak around 3 a.m.
* Central Daylight Time 12:30-4 a.m. with a 2 a.m. peak
* Mountain Daylight Time 11:30-3 a.m. with a 1 a.m. peak
* Pacific Daylight Time 10:30-2 a.m. with a peak at midnight