A Wondrous Show

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Tonight my wife and I went on the air with a special show. First off, it was the return of Cards Against Humanity, something that we used to do on the first Saturday of the month but haven’t done for various reasons since December. We use a CAH emulator to be able to play the game online with listeners from all around the world. We played three games tonight, and had a fantastic turnout – 15 players at one point! With a crowd that big, we set the win total at 5, to keep the game from dragging on. Folks had a lot of fun, though, and it was great to get back into the first Saturday habit again.

We also had a special playlist tonight. I was inspired by the women-only showings of Wonder Woman going on at Alamo Drafthouse, and thought we should do something to help celebrate that spirit, so tonight’s theme was Ladies’ Night. With the exception of the obvious opening song, Kool and the Gang’s “Ladies’ Night,” every artist in the show had a female lead. We played everything from Joan Jett to Donna Summer to the Dixie Chicks to Eartha Kitt to TLC. We had a great turnout and I think folks really enjoyed the theme. Makes me want to do something like this again sometime.

Other than the show, however, it’s been a very low-key day. I’ve been tired most of the day so there have been multiple naps throughout the day. Need to get my rest in, though – tomorrow morning we go see Wonder Woman for ourselves and see just how good this movie really is. I’m really looking forward to it, and I know my wife has been waiting for this movie for years, so she’s beyond excited about it. Tomorrow’s blog post will likely be my (spoiler-free) review of the movie. Stay tuned.

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