Tragedy at Goasis, tragedy at home, hot-pepper orchestra, Natalie Portman, and Feliz Navidad!
Random Noodle Updates
Daniel’s new job is The Butler, and he done it.
Jeremy loses things in amazing public restrooms, like Goasis.
Hey guys, I have a funny story you guys would probably like. I have two birds, dinkleman the parakeet, and Nigel the cockatiel. They are both really weird. I’ll start with Nigel. You see, he really likes feet. Like a lot. It’s actually really creepy. He’ll come up to my feet and start talking and singing, all the while twirling in circles. So just picture a bird rubbing its head on a foot while twirling in circles and whistling the drunken sailor tune. Pretty weird. Anyway, dinkleman is not only weird, but really creepy. He has this cage with a clear base, and it has a ladder that goes all the way up his cage. Whatever level I’m at, like laying on my bed, sitting, or standing, he is at my eye level, staring at me. He will even move when I do, and will just stare at me. It’s really stalkerish. … Thanks for the podcasts!
Noodles in the News
The Danish National Chamber Orchestra was crying while playing a piece by Jacobe Gade. The article states that “classical music is known to move listeners and bring them to tears, members of the orchestra were tearing up for a reason that you wouldn’t expect.” Online video maker Chili Klaus films people eating hot peppers, so he brought some to the concert. Before each movement, each player would pop a chili into their mouths. “The musicians kept on playing while trying to keep their composure, with a few of them grimacing, tearing up, and coughing. Despite the discomfort brought by the chili peppers, the orchestra continued to play and finished “Tango Jalousie” up to the last note.” Their performance was on fire.
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What do you think “Feliz Navidad” sounds like they’re singing?
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