nemonty / NE MONTY 1mo+21dy ago
Listen to a rooster crow in the early morning hours reminds me that there is a natural order in life. With our lives being turned upside down due to a crisis it was comforting to hear the sound of nature. The rooster crowing, signaling a new day, the sound of early morning traffic of those heading out to work. I nearly forgot that we have a new way of living with our fellow humans by keeping our distance as not to expose ourselves to an invisable enemy that might kill us if we are at the least bit careless. Just a few short weeks ago I worried not about browsing the isles, talking with a stranger, exchanging items by hand. Well....I asked myself, how did we get here? Don't forget to stock up on peanut butter! I like the crunchy myself.


     

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Redfish   commented 1mo+21dy ago


I feel exhausted just watching that performance ....... rock-aerobics 101

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nemonty   commented 1mo+21dy ago


Indeed, I doubt they would be reproducing that show today :)

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PolarBear   commented 1mo+21dy ago


Hey Neil, .. thanks for this & your post. I'm pretty sure that I'm still in the "acceptance" stage of this, myself. It is nice to observe something like your rooster, .. being totally oblivious to this new problem, of ours. Aw, man .. this band. Watching them/hearing them .. get the feeling that is anything, is possible. haha .. This tour, .. the quality of these videos, is excellent. "Slippery People" is a pretty entertaining tune, too. Nice to hear from you.

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nemonty   commented 1mo+21dy ago


.....and you, I was looking at a youtube video of cities around the world where the wildlife is roaming the streets causually since there is virtually no traffic or people outside.

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PolarBear   commented 1mo+21dy ago


yup, .. in some cases, .. the lack of garbage .. being the critter's food source.