Tuesday, September 8, 2020

Which title is better for this blog's first-ever embedded video?

  1. You Take The High Road, And I'll Take The Low Road, And I'll Be In Scotland Afore Ye
  2. It's A Long Way To Tipperary
  3. Something else -- tell me in the comments


P.S. -- That was 13 seconds of your life that you will never get back.


13 comments:

  1. You successfully uploaded a video! Yay! I have not tried that yet but then I haven't had a video I wanted to upload. You have a very cute little dog! Since she is walking away I would call it "Happy Trails" (to You).

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  2. Both sound good. How about Stop, Look, and Listen?

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  3. I just can't decide whether your pooch was trying to have a stretch or make some other re-arrangement of its bodily parts. Whatever I have to say that a song doesn't spring into what passes for my mind.

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    1. Graham, your assignment is to find the youtube clip of "I Feel A Song Comin' On" by Bing Crosby and listen to it 10 times.

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    1. Peter, I remember when Maurice Chevalier and Hermione Ginggold sang that song in the film "Gigi" but I don't understand at all why you chose it for my little video.

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  5. Truth, but 13 seconds is worth a little chuckle, isn't it?

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  6. Linda, in my world three chuckles equal a guffaw.

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  7. Here, but for its rudeness, would have been a comment from our dear friend Yorkshire Pudding. I just know he meant to say Dog Day Afternoon.

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  8. What a cute pup! Glad you were able to post a video.
    My mind's a blank since the only song I came up with was "who let the dogs out" Sorry.

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    1. Kathy, no, that’s good! “Who Let The Dogs Out?” totally works.

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