“It ain’t what you do it’s how you do it.” – Leon Spinks
Misty Mountain Hop Meets Mountain Tops
Open up your Google browser on any given day, and you’ll learn that it’s National so-and-so day. Whether it’s something particularly special and recognizable like St Patrick’s Day or Mother’s Day, or if it’s something seemingly inconsequential like National Donut Day – yes, it’s a thing – Americans seem to find a way to make the most out of all 365 days of the year.
Or maybe it’s just to perpetuate a consumer-driven society.
Either way, every single day seems to be enough reason to celebrate. And while most of them sound ridiculous, Denver recently declared Dec. 26th “National Led Zeppelin Day” and we can’t think of a better thing to celebrate than one of the greatest bands in history.
Read more about it here.
We use it in our everyday lives. From clothing to groceries to furniture to kitchen utensils – to even more intimate things a lot of us would be embarrassed purchasing in public – we look to Amazon to fulfill all of our shopping needs.
Amazon has made shopping so convenient and simple, you can even send stuff to other people (which is particularly nice during the holiday season when you don’t want to lug around extra packages while traveling).
Wouldn’t it be nice if we could utilize this universal service for people in need?
What happens if we come across a homeless person in need of socks or medicine or food? More often than not, we don’t have time to stop at a store or even have money on offer someone.
This one man figured out a way to get goods delivered to the homeless, even without an address.
Perhaps this will pioneer the way we choose to help our most vulnerable.
Girl at a Bar – SNL
Michelle (Cecily Strong) meets all the wrong men (Beck Bennett, Kyle Mooney, Mikey Day, Alex Moffatt) at a bar.
Watch the clip here