Dear Readers: I wanted to share the podcast from last night’s CANTO TALK program. Aaron Clarey, Captain Capitalism, stopped to call in during his travels to share items from his wonderful book, Worthless. Please click HERE to listen to an amazing and informative discussion on the value of specific college degrees and the impact the choice of these degrees have on the economy.
I think I shocked both gentlemen when I said I had actually smoked women’s cigars before! It was a great evening, and we left with Captain Capitalism promising to come back to chat about Crusaderism, the Housing Bubble, and retirement plans! So much information, so little time.
I was also thrilled to chat with Celtic Music artist Marc Gunn, who described his career from an army brat in Texas to an innovate musician who utilizes the new media to share his passion and creativity. If you love both traditional and original Celtic music, check out his website: MARC GUNN – Celtic American Musician and Podcaster.
And, as I am part Scottish in heritage, here is a gem from Marc: The Flower of Scotland (the unofficial national anthem).
And for those of you who love cats, Marc has a whole album of ballads tailored for felines:
I am now off to pick up my Divine Mother from the airport, so reports from the Shrine may be sporadic for the next few days. However, after Labor Day, it’s four-on-the-floor and focused through Nov. 6th!