Friday, July 25, 2014

Summerfling

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If you're not familiar with today's song, you can hear it here.


1) This song refers to the summer breezes and winds of mid-July. Now that July is almost over, how would you describe this month's weather where you are?

2) The lyrics mention the "perfect plans." Do you have plans for today? Or will you just let this summer Saturday unfold?

3) This week's artist, k. d. lang, attended Red Deer Community College in Alberta. Red Deer's school colors are green, black and silver. What were your school colors?

4) She had a bit part in the 2006 murder mystery The Black Dahlia. Do you enjoy murder mysteries?
 

5) Ms. lang is a vegetarian. What's the last beef, chicken, pork or fish you ate?

6) In 2000, when this song was released, California suffered a series of blackouts. Has your power gone out this summer?

7) Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire also came out in 2000. Did you read it?

8) Which would you rather have on your hot dog: sauerkraut, ketchup/mustard/relish or chili?

9) If you had your choice, which would you prefer: new shoes or a new wallet?




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Friday, July 18, 2014

Ring of Fire

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Saturday 9: Ring of Fire
(because country music was recommended by Colletta's Kitchen's Sink)


If you're not familiar with today's song, you can hear it here.


1) Recorded by Johnny Cash, "Ring of Fire" was written by his wife, June Carter. Johnny's daughter Roseanne says it's about "the transformative power of their love." What's your favorite love song?

2) Though more than 50 years old, this song is still popular today. Country Music Television named it one of the best and most requested of all time. Are you a country music fan?

3) This recording features mariachi horns, inspired by Mexican folk music. Have you ever been to Mexico? 

4) Cash's birth certificate said, "J. R. Cash," and "J.R." is what his parents always called him. When he enlisted in the Air Force, Uncle Sam refused to let him simply go by initials, so he chose the name "John." If you could choose a different name for yourself, what would it be?
 

5) Cash and his first wife, Vivian, had their first date at a roller skating rink. Tell us about one of your first dates.

6) Cash died in September, 2003, four months after he lost his second wife, and love of his life, June. The cause of death given was complications from diabetes, but his children believe he died of a broken heart. Do you think that's possible? 

7) Cash was known as "The Man in Black." What color do you wear most often?

8) There's a Johnny Cash Museum in Nashville. What's the last museum you visited?

9) A stretch of Tennessee Highway 31E is known as "Johnny Cash Parkway." What street in your town is named for a famous person?




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Friday, July 11, 2014

Already Gone

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Saturday 9: Already Gone

(recommended by Diana)


If you're not familiar with today's song, you can hear it here.


1) Eagles lead singer Glenn Frey proclaims that he's "feeling strong." How would you describe yourself this fine Saturday?

2) The song begins with a rumor: "I heard some people talking just the other other day ..." Have you heard anything juicy/interesting lately? Please share!

3) When "Already Gone" was popular, the news was dominated by Richard Nixon and the Watergate scandal. What do you consider today's top news story?

4) In the 1970s, Eagles Glenn Frey and Don Henley were at the center of a social circle of very creative people, including singer Linda Ronstadt, singer-songwriter Jackson Browne and actor-comedian Steve Martin. How do you express your creativity?
 

5) Even though they broke up in 1980, the Eagles are currently on a reunion tour, and after knowing each other more than 40 years, Frey and Henley still consider each other friends. What quality to do you value most in a friendship?

6) Are there any mirrors in the room you're in right now?

7) What's the last beverage you drank with ice?

8) Whole, skim, 2%, half-and-half, almond or soy ... what kind of milk is in your refrigerator right now?

9) Sam likes to mix sliced almonds into her salad. What do you think makes a good salad?






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Friday, July 4, 2014

I'm a Yankee Doodle Dandy




Saturday 9: I'm a Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942)

1) This week's song was performed by James Cagney in the famous movie of the same name. Do you plan on going to the movies this holiday weekend? 

2) Though known for his larger-than-life screen presence, Cagney was only 5'5". How tall are you?

3) During the Revolutionary War, General Washington celebrated the 4th of July by giving his troops a double ration of rum. Will you imbibe any spirits this holiday weekend?

4) American history was one of Crazy Sam's best subjects in school. In which class did you earn your best grades?

5) The Fourth of July means we're in the middle of summer. Are you careful about applying sunscreen?

6) Mosquito bites can be a major summer annoyance. Are you scratching any itches right now?

7) Emergency rooms report an increase in wrist injuries in summer, with people falling off bikes and skateboards and jamming their wrists catching hard-hit softballs. Have you ever had a sports-related injury?

8) New York is home to Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest every year on the 4th. Will hot dogs be consumed in your household this weekend?

9) Atlanta hosts a 10K Peachtree Road Race every 4th of July. Are you a runner?



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Friday, June 27, 2014

I Feel the Earth Move

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If you're not familiar with today's song, you can hear it here.


1) This song is from the album Tapestry, one of the all-time best-sellers (more than 25,000,000 copies sold worldwide). Is it in your collection? 

2) It's about that glorious passion you feel when you first fall for someone. How many times have you been in love?

3) San Francisco radio stations briefly removed "I Feel the Earth Move" from their playlists after the 1989 earthquake. Have you ever been in an earthquake and literally felt "the earth move under your feet?"
 

4) Carole King is the first and only woman to win the Gershwin Prize for songwriting from the Library of Congress. Here's your chance to brag a little -- tell us about an accolade you have received.

5) Carole wrote "You've Got a Friend," which was a mega hit for her good pal, James Taylor. King and Taylor have known one another for more than 40 years, but have never been romantically involved. Do you have any platonic friends of the opposite sex?

6) Like more than 80% of the population, Carole is right handed. Are you right handed, left handed (10%) or that most rare of all, ambidextrous (less than 10%)?

7) One of Carole King's earliest hits was Little Eva's "The Loco-Motion." Little Eva was the teenager King hired to care for her young children. Tell us about a sitter who cared for you when you were little.

8) Beautiful is the title of the Broadway play about Carole King's life. If we were producing your lifestory, what would you want us to call it?

9) Carole wrote "Pleasant Valley Sunday," the Monkees' song about conspicuous consumption. When Crazy Sam looks at her crowded shelf of hair products (paraben-free conditioner, keratin-restoring conditioner, hair masque, hot oil conditioner …), she realizes she's guilty of it herself. Have you bought anything recently that you later decided was a waste of money?



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Friday, June 20, 2014

Little Red Corvette

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Saturday 9: LIttle Red Corvette
(recommended by Smellyann) 

No link this week. Prince apparently is very strict about copyright infringement.

1) The subject of this song is frankly sexual. Do you blush easily?

2) Prince is his real name (Prince Rogers, to be exact). Growing up, his relatives called him "Skipper." Do you have any nicknames within your family?

3) Prince says he's "obsessed" with Mozart and reads whatever he can find about the composer. What's the last book you read?

4) Between Prince and The Beach Boys, the Corvette is a much sung-about car. Tell us about your vehicle.


5) In the 1980s, when Prince was popular, MTV could turn a song into a hit. In 2014, how do you hear new music?

6) In 1982, when "Little Red Corvette" ruled the airwaves, Braniff Airways shocked the travel industry and threw passengers into chaos by declaring bankruptcy. When did you last fly? Did your trip go smoothly?

7) 1982 is also the year Disney opened Epcot. Have you ever been to a Disney park?

8) 1982 is the year Cheers premiered. The sitcom was set in a bar where "everybody knows your name." Tell us about your favorite local bar or restaurant.

9) The 1980s were considered a highpoint in professional tennis, with Jimmy Connors and John McEnroe dominating the sport. Do you play tennis?




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Friday, June 13, 2014

Oh! My Papa

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If you're not familiar with today's song, you can hear it here.


1) Eddie Fisher starred in a popular 1950s TV show, which was sponsored by Coca Cola. Do you have a favorite soft drink?

2) He was notorious for leaving his famous first wife for his very famous second wife. Can you name either of the women involved in this Hollywood scandal?

3) His oldest daughter, Carrie Fisher, is best known as Princess Leia from Star Wars. Are you a sci-fi fan?

4) Since Sam's father is particular about his footwear and likes "a good pair of Cole Haan loafers," her Father's Day present to him is a DSW gift card. If we were to give you a gift card to any store or restaurant, which would you choose?

5) Sam's father hates it when she swears. When is the last time your cursed?

6) Sam's father is a voracious reader. So much so that the local librarian knows him on sight and by name. How often do you visit your neighborhood library?
 7) "A good used car is a better investment than a new car." That's what Sam's dad tells her when she's in the market for wheels. Share some other words of financial wisdom with us.

8) Every car her father has ever owned had a pro-union bumper sticker. Do you have any bumper stickers on your vehicle?  

9) To celebrate Father's Day, Sam is giving away her father's favorite candy: LifeSavers. Would you prefer a roll of Wild Cherry, Butter Rum, Winter Green or Peppermint?





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Friday, June 6, 2014

Walk This Way

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If you're not familiar with today's song, you can hear it here.


1) This song is about a young man who takes advantage of his "big chance at a high school dance." Share a memory from your high school years.

2) Lead singer Steven Tyler is the son of a working mother (mom Susan was a secretary). Did your mother work outside the home?

3) Onstage, Tyler takes colorful scarves from around his neck and drapes them over the microphone. Do you accessorize your outfits with scarves and belts? Or do you prefer to keep things simple?

4) Tyler confessed to having a massive crush on Jennifer Lopez, his fellow judge on American Idol. Do you think a coworker has ever had a crush on you?

5) Aerosmith lead guitarist Joe Perry says seeing The Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1964 inspired him to go into music. How did you end up in your chosen profession?

6) Perry's hobby, breeding horses, is very lucrative. What are your hobbies? 

7) Aerosmith performed before their biggest-ever TV audience when they played the Super Bowl halftime show in 2001. Are you a football fan? If so, do you prefer college football or the NFL? What teams do you root for?

 8) Now that we're into summer, the days are longer. When is the last time you watched the sun set? 

9) What time did you go to sleep last night? 






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Friday, May 30, 2014

The Flintstones Theme

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"Meet the Flintstones" (The Flintstones Theme) 
(Recommended by Harriet)


Unfamiliar with this week's song? Hear it here.
 
1) The song promises that, "When you're with the Flintstones, you'll have a yabba-dabba-doo time." So clearly Wilma was one accomplished hostess. What about you? Do you enjoy having company?

2) Since lyrics say, "Let's ride with the family down the street/courtesy of Fred's two feet," we're assuming the pedal-powered Flintstone car didn't require much gas. Are you loyal to a particular brand of gas? Or do you fill up with whatever is nearby, or least expensive?


3) Clearly a sharp-dressed man in stone-age Bedrock wore a long tunic and no pants. What are you wearing right now, as you answer these questions?

4) Pebbles Flintstone grew up with Dino the Dinosaur and Baby Puss the Saber-Tooth Cat. Did you have any pets as you were growing up?

5) Mr. Slate is Fred's blustery boss at quarry, and he frequently threatens to fire Fred. Have you ever had a bad-tempered boss?


6) It's estimated that during The Flintstones original run (1960-1966), it was viewed by as many adults as kids. Now that you're a grown up, do you still watch cartoons?

7) In 1961, The Flintstones was nominated for a Prime Time Emmy Award as Outstanding Comedy Series. Do you watch awards shows?

8) There are at least two Flintstones-themed amusement parks currently in operation. Do you enjoy scary rides?

9) Flintstones Vitamins are still on store shelves. Do you take a vitamin each morning?



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Friday, May 23, 2014

The Star Spangled Banner

Memorial Day was introduced to honor the men and women who died while serving the in the United States Armed Forces. We want to make sure that message is not forgotten this weekend.


The Star Spangled Banner

1) Are you a veteran? Are there veterans in your family? (We are grateful and want to hear about it.)

2) Memorial Day also kicks off the summer season. What's your favorite picnic food? 


3) Let's celebrate the Memorial Day holiday with ice cream. What's your favorite flavor?

4) This marks the weekend when Americans step up their outdoor activity and do things they may not have been able to do during the winter months. For example, when is the last time you rode a bike?

5) Or went hiking? 

6) Or rode a horse?

7) Or toasted a marshmallow? 

8) As you answer these questions, is there an air conditioner or window fan on? 

9) Crazy Sam needs your help: What song or a performer would you like to see featured in a Saturday 9 this summer?




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Friday, May 16, 2014

Vacation

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Vacation (1982)

Unfamiliar with this week's song? Hear it here.

1) Do you know how to water ski?

2) Do you have 2014 vacation plans?

3) Do you have a passport?

4) If you took a 7-night cruise, could you completely unplug -- no phone calls, no texts, no internet?

5) Do you own a travel alarm clock?

6) Though the Go-Gos broke up in 1985, they frequently reunite for live performances. What's the last concert you attended?

7) Their first hit was "Our Lips Are Sealed."  Can you be trusted with a secret?


8) In 1982, when this song was popular, the comedy Tootsie was in theaters. What movie makes you laugh?
 
9) Sam is chewing on a Tums as she composes these questions. What's the last over-the-counter medication that you took? 
 



Thursday, May 8, 2014

Your Mama Don't Dance


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Unfamiliar with this week's song? Hear it here.


1) This song is about how the older generation often doesn't understand what the younger generation is up to. Do you keep up with trends?
 
2) This song was in the top 10 in 1972, which is also the year HBO was introduced. Do you have any premium cable channels?

 
3) Mother Winters taught Sam how to kill the lingering food smells in her microwave (take a bowl of water, add a few drops of vanilla extract, and heat it in the microwave). Do you have any useful household hints to pass along?

 
4) The French word for "mother" is "mère." What other French words do you know?

 
5) Flowers and plants are popular on Mother's Day. How is your yard or garden? Is it green and/or blooming?


6) Mother's Day is a big holiday for card shops. So are birthdays, weddings, and St. Patrick's Day. Hallmark sells greetings for everything from "Congratulations on Your New Job" to "Happy Retirement." Who received the most recent card you bought?
 
7) Have you put away your winter clothes yet? 

 
8) Mother Winters used to scold Sam for leaving her dirty dishes in the sink. Sam admits it: as a grown up, she's still a bit of a slob. Do lean toward "neat" or "messy?"

  
9) To celebrate Mother's Day, Sam is giving away candy bars. Would you prefer classic milk chocolate, dark chocolate or milk chocolate with almonds?


Thursday, May 1, 2014

Blues in the Night


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Saturday 9: Blues in the Night (1952)

Unfamiliar with this week's tune? Hear it here.

1) Was last night a good night for you? Or were you singing the blues?

2) In this song, Rosemary Clooney sings about hearing "big talk" she didn't quite believe. What's the last fib, tall tale or out and out lie you heard?


3) Rosemary Clooney has a well-known nephew -- George, the Oscar winner and frequent People magazine cover story. Do you have any nieces or nephews?

4) Ms. Clooney married the same man twice. They married, had five children and divorced. Then three years later, they tried again ... and divorced again. Have you ever been tempted to give it another try with one of your former loves?

5) Singers as diverse as Linda Ronstadt, Bette Midler and Amy Winehouse have said they admired and were influenced by Rosemary Clooney. If you could meet any artist (singer, writer, actor, director, painter, musician ...), who would it be?


6) 1952, the year this record was a hit, is also the year the "Big Bang Theory" was introduced by physicists Ralph Alpher and George Gamow. That is too lofty a topic for this humble meme, so instead we'll just ask: Do you watch the TV show of the same name?

7) Sam Winters just broke her right thumbnail. While she won't go so far as saying it has her singing the blues, she must admit it bugs her. What little annoyances are you dealing with today?

8) The house next door to Sam's has a FOR SALE on the lawn. Are you contemplating a move?

9) What's your search engine of choice: Google, Bing, Yahoo or Ask?



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Friday, April 25, 2014

Stuck on You

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Saturday 9: Stuck on You (2012)

Unfamiliar with this week's tune? Hear it here.

1) This upbeat song is from a CD called The Bright Side. What is brightening your world this fine Saturday?

2) Our featured artist Meiko sings, "You are the one I can see having fun with ...". When is the last time you laughed hard? Who were you with?

3) She also sings, "I must confess when I wear this dress I feel like dancing ...". Does your mood have an impact on what you wear? 

4) In this video, she accidentally drops one of her meatballs on the floor. Do you believe in "the five second rule," which states that if food has been on the floor less than five seconds it's still OK to eat? Or, after it hits the floor, is the next stop always the garbage?

5) Despite her exotic-sounding name, Meiko was born in Atlanta, home of the Braves. Do you plan on going to the ballpark this season?

6) Meiko recently posted a photo of herself in DisneyLand posing with Goofy. Who took the most recent photo of you? What were you doing?

7)  Are you stubborn?

8) Let's visit your bathroom: What color is your toothbrush?

9) Which would we find: bar soap or liquid soap?




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Friday, April 18, 2014

Here Comes Peter Cottontail

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1) Which do you prefer: colored hard-boiled eggs, chocolate marshmallow eggs, or plastic eggs with coins inside?

2) What's your favorite color of Peeps (yellow, purple, or pink)?

3) All this talk of sweets is making Sam hungry. What's for lunch?

4) This song was introduced by country singer Gene Autry and it's still a favorite. Please share some of the lyrics. (And you're on your own; Sam didn't include a link to the song this week.)

5) Gene Autry was so popular that a town in Oklahoma named itself for him. Have you ever been to Oklahoma?

6) In addition to singing, Mr. Autry made 93 cowboy movies. What's the last movie you saw?

7) He and his horse Champion also had a TV show. Can you name another famous horse?

8) Gene Autry also recorded "Rudolph, The Red Nosed Reindeer," and it was, of course, wildly popular, too. Who is your favorite recording artist?

9) Back to the holiday celebration at hand -- Easter is considered the season of rebirth. What leaves you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated?






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