There’s a Kind of Hush…

Note: For an audio version of this post, please click the link below. Be fair warned — there is some pretty darn bad singing in this podcast, so if you don’t have the stomach for something akin to a horrible Idol audition, don’t click!

Well, it’s been pretty darn boring in JTV-world the past couple of days. Video has been up and down, but mostly down and it feels like the audio’s been mute on Justin’s stream the entire week.

And since the broadcast has been so … finicky all week, I’ve resorted to more and more TV. In the Peanut Gallery this evening, we were reminiscing over great old music as we were watching the PBS pledge night concerts of music of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s which once again speaks to Justin’s demographics. I would doubt that many in the iJustine chat room would have known any of the songs, but in PG1, we were reminiscing. We talked about the music and then we spent some time on Bonanza — I wanted to know why Ben_Cartwright picked this nic for JTV and that brought up a whole dialog about the Cartwright brothers and who we liked which morphed into talk about Marcia Brady and Suzanne Plechette and others. If you don’t know these names, you can become better informed at

While we were chatting, the Herman’s Hermits song — There’s a kind of Hush came onto the PBS broadcast and I thought it was very appropros for the issues with the lack of sound and video in JTV-world.

There’s a kind of hush all over the world tonight, all over the world people just like us are falling in love, you know what I mean…

In the middle of everything I heard what I thought was thunder and when I looked out the window I was surprised to see beautiful fireworks. I am not sure why. The same thing happened on Friday afternoon in the same place — Herndon Village, but I didn’t care. It was a beautiful distraction. You can see some of it here.


2 Responses

  1. thank you justopia!

  2. Nice posts! glad you added the photos and multi media effects.

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