Hope everyone’s having a great week and if not cheer up it’s almost Friday!
Of course, early voting is going on and the big question is who will win this thing. In the meantime here’s an interesting story some of you might
have missed. Just a little something to think about in our ever changing world.
So,in the meantime things are running smoothly here at Creative Cannon, Jon and his family are on vacation. Once I get some pictures I’ll be sure to post them.
If you haven’t been to the Botanical Gardens here in Amarillo, you should make it a point. The leaves are finally falling out there. It’s still very beautiful
and makes for a pretty walk for a very small price. Right now they’re getting ready for their annual Christmas Garden of Lights. If you’ve never been mark your calendars.
I’m keeping the guys busy but not too busy for their segments…. so here you go.
There’s a song I used to listen to while writing papers back in college, and I’ve been having the hardest time trying to remember the name. But I’m happy to announce I found the song this morning, it’s Ini Kamoze “Here Comes the Hotstepper.” I played this song on the way up the elevator this morning and I honestly felt like a pro fighter walking out onto the arena floor as I stepped off the elevator and made my way down the hall. This is a good song to play to get you hyped up as you make your way to work. I guess you can say if I had to choose a theme song for my life it would be this one.
Cameron is looking to create a Netflix type show here in Amarillo. It’s a work in progress and a poster is being considered but there’s a working title “Amateurillo.”
There’s going to be a homeless fellow and several other interesting people. Maybe a cop drama? Another story line could be maybe like a soap opera. Maybe even
tourists could be a part of the crowd. He just mentioned an “Old English” crowd with a Park Ranger. But he’s still not sure if there’s going to be two main characters
or several main characters. He say’s, “I want it to be like a funny Breaking Bad meets Reno 911 and Portlandia.”
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