Cauli Le Chat

Cauli Le Chat
Cauli Le Chat, MPL Roving Reporter

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Dozen Day, I'd Say

Today is the day of twelves (12/12/12).  Six twelves in a row, if you include the time earlier today (12:12:12:12:12:12 p.m.), according to the U.S. Naval Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona.  That's pretty amazing.  It must have been even more incredible on December 12, 1212 C.E., but, hey, that was before my time.

How shall we celebrate this dozen day?  How about checking out some items that have twelve in the title from our online Evergreen Indiana catalog?  You can, you know, if you have the much-prized Evergreen Indiana library card.

We could watch all of the Library's videos that are numbered 12 on our YouTube Channel.

MPL Book Trailer #12
Two Books About OBEs
(Out-of-Body Experiences),
by Robert A. Monroe and
Sylvan Muldoon & Hereward Carrington

MPL Promo (Program) Trailer #12
Evergreen Indiana Open-Source Integrated Library System

MPL Early Literacy Video Blog (Vlog)
for September 12, 2012,
Featuring Crafty Gal & Sammy the Toucan

MEG-A-RAE Episode #12
A Very Special Ghostly Episode,
by Savvy & Programma Mama

"Behind-the-Scenes" with Wild Thang and Sammy the Toucan
(Early Literacy Video for 2/22/2012)
(i.e., the 12th video in this series)

I could keep going, but that is probably enough celebration for one blog post.  We've got 366 videos (as of today) uploaded to the MPL YouTube Channel, so there are likely more twelves to be found.  Minions, research that.  I'll "take twelve."  I'd "take five," but I need to REALLY relax.



Your Roving Reporter On The Go,

Cauli Le Chat


P.S.  "Take Five," by the Dave Brubeck Quartet, from the LP Time Out (1959)is one of the most recognizable jazz pieces of the mid-20th century. Here is a live performance from German television (1966).  Time Out was the first jazz album to sell over a million copies.

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