Check out Thorntown's video on Tober's blog by clicking here. You'll see that this group means business.
Winter, you've been officially hoodie hoo'ed. Go away now. We can repeat this ceremony as long as it takes.
Wind Chills Tonight in the Single Digits (Fahrenheit)? Are You Kidding Moi?
Cauli Le Chat
MPL Roving Reporter
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P.S. Hey, Boss Lady. Moi, sleeping inside our Library tonight. It is SO happening. I've got Scowl-Face's key fob to the secret locking staff door.
P.P.S. "A Hazy Shade of Winter," by folk-pop legends Simon & Garfunkel, was recorded and released as a single (1966) and later appeared on the album Bookends (1968). Paul Simon was one of the greatest folk-pop lyricists and musicians of the 20th century. He's still cranking out great songs today. As for Art Garfunkel, every guy Scowl-Face knew in high school choir wished desperately that his voice was as wonderful as his. Garfunkel's, I mean. (Who'd you think I meant? Scowl-Face couldn't carry a tune in a bucket.) Seriously, that's a true story.
P.P.P.S. The Bangles recorded a cover of "A Hazy Shade of Winter" (1987) to include on the movie soundtrack to Less Than Zero (1987). The group recorded a live rendition of the song for AOL Sessions (2003), shown here in this nifty online video.