So, I'm listening to music to get a "Connor Mix" made and posted, and while listening to music, I must have accidentally dragged two folders over instead of the one, because the Pee Wee's Playhouse theme song comes on, which leads me to download the Danny Elfman soundtrack to Pee Wee's Big Adventure, one of the best comedy movies of all time. (Shhhhh! I'm listening to reason!) From there I get to New Order (I know. It makes no sense.) which brings me to The Cure, and I'm grooving in my office, then Monty Python "Brave Sir Robin" pops on, and I think about the absolute hilarity of "That's...enough singing for now, lads," and how much I love that British men call young boys/subordinates "lads" which leads to the Chris Elliot movie "Cabin Boy" (I think only my sister Beth and I watched that one...) in which David Letterman is a merchant chomping on a cigar, and asks Chris if he's one of those "fancy lads."
And I really, really wish Connor's story arc wasn't so damn serious, because "All Things Dull And Ugly" is such a perfect (albeit snarky) song for his time with Holtz and the training of how all things horrible in their lives is a result of Angelus' evil. And I'm looking up Rube Goldberg machines and singing the "Breakfast Machine" song from Pee Wee's Big Adventure.
And writing a story about the Hall of Justice as a corporation with boring meetings about stock buy-ins.
This has been a look into the mind of Laura, brought to you by the letters O, M and G. (I should be put down, I think.)