Walking and reading another article. This one from the LA Times in 2014, published right before Leno stepped down as Tonight Show host after 20 years. They analyzed his tens of thousands of monologue jokes to see who his biggest targets were.
Walking and talking a recent USA Today article by former Tonight Show co-producer Dave Berg and the fact that most shows are now shilling for Hillary rather than trying to entertain.
I read for you while walking, one of the more stirring literary passages I have encountered in my life: the d'Anconia Money Speech from Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged.
Leftists (not necessarily liberals, though), proceed at your own risk. This will challenge your core values. 😉
Walking and talking James Bond 007 I discuss briefly my favorite film of each actor to portray the legendary superspy in the EON cinematic universe.
Walking and talking American Graffiti George Lucas Garry Marshall Star Wars and Franklin Planners
Why I never got my Eagle Scout How I got into film and television production I walk on the eliptical and watch Classic Star Trek episode "The Enemy Within"
Talking: Classic movies Violin Making The 7 Habits and Sharpening the Saw: the 7th Habit (No politics this time. Yay!)
Walking and talking the election, comedy songs about said election, Ayn Rand, Marxism vs. Capitalism, the Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie, and my overall optimism for the future of America and the world, despite all the doom and gloom.
In this introductory episode:
Why 18 minutes? Stand-up comedy open mic-ing Autoharp Fat loss through walking High school plays and musicals
Why 18 minutes? Because Covert Bailey always said in his Fit or Fat books to stay in an aerobic zone for at least 12 minutes a day in order to have the long term benifits of walking; and it takes the first 6 minutes of walking to ramp up into the aerobic zone. The aerobic zone is where you are breathing heavily, but can still carry on a conversation. If you are too winded to talk (or recite the alphabet), you are in the cardio zone and are burning sugar, not fat stores.
I figure what better way to make this a daily (or nearly daily) habit than to podcast as I walk -- thus maintaining my aerobic/fat-burning/fat-thermostat-resetting zone. And while I walk, I will share whatever comes to my mind with you. So you can enjoy my missives from politics, the cosmos, science and invention, film and game production, stand-up comedy, the performing arts, and anything else I decide to put out into the universe.
I hope you will join me for a walk. Enjoy!