Mar 27, 2018

Odd lots, Old Bones, Mystery Hum and Callahan's Crosstime Saloon

“Some guys step on a rake in the dark, and get mad and go punch somebody. Others step on a rake in the dark and fall down laughing at themselves. I know which kind of guy I'd rather be. So do my friends.” - Callahan's Crosstime Saloon, Spider Robinson, Amazon

Oddsnends - 

About that weird hum thing ... like the Taos Hum. Albuquerque Journal. Is it connected to the high frequency ringing sound? The Thunderbolts Project explores potential causes. What is electromagnetism?

What is the Electric Universe? Main Site
Follow the Thunderbolts Project on Patreon

There is a research project dedicated to finding out the source of the Hum.
Find out more: World Hum Map and Database
Ongoing research blog: World Hum Map and Database. Add your two cents.

Bookmarked (because I have NO time to read at the moment and want to remember) simply on the basis of the reviews. I imagine reviewers to be those who would enjoy throwing darts and swapping stories with Time Travelers, Aliens and Telekinetic Brothers.

Given the folks I interview that is not as unlikely as it sounds. Ardy Sixkiller Clarke talks about Tom and his ability to travel through portals. Wendy's Coffeehouse 9/24/16

Callahan's Crosstime Saloon by Spider Robinson, a Forry Award winner.

I interviewed Paul Davids about The Life After Death Project (Wendy's Coffeehouse 7/16/16) and An Atheist in Heaven, his story about afterlife communications with
Interview #2 with Paul Davids
 on Conscious Living
Forrest J. Ackerman.

Rani offers this review of Callahan's Crosstime Saloon, Jan 2017:

In a forward, the author recounts a man who spent six months searching Long Island for the saloon and who was so angry when he found out that the saloon did not actually exist.

In fact, the author states he has been asked whether the bar really exists 5.372 10^10 times. If I had to hazard a guess, I doubt that the 5.372 10^10 people actually expect there to be a place where there are time travelers, aliens and telekinetic brothers.

But a place where there are a dart boards and pun days. Where it's only as bright as your living room. Where you can hear the stories of strangers and for 50 cents they will hear yours. I can see why 5.372 10^10 people want it to be real.

Kinda thirsty now. Placing it alongside my bookmarked Restaurant at the End of the Universe.

Thank you for listening!
Stay Curious.

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