Do you ever have one of those good days on the internet? Where it seems like all that is good and right about this medium just seems to come together for a few hours? Links are entertaining and informative. Tweets and status updates are funny. Stuff like that.
Yesterday was one of those good days for me. The iPhone 5 was announced so we got to see all of the cool things coming down the pike for that. Images of Libyan citizens extending their condolences after a U.S. ambassador, a diplomat, and two State Department security officers were killed there in a pro-Al Qaeda attack were healing. And this video happened:
That more or less made my day.
But earlier in the morning, fellow MamaPoppers JiveTurkey and EverymanKitchen and I somehow got on the topic of Kenny Loggins on Twitter.
And because I have this weird mental condition where the Loggins’ hit “Danger Zone” always morphs into “Don’t Mean Nothing” by Richard Marx, I informed my comrades that I now had that earworm.
Of course, this being one of the better times in history to be able to interact with your pop culture heroes, we soon realized that both Loggins and Marx are on Twitter and dragged them into the conversation.
As anyone can tell you, a lot of celebrities on Twitter are pretty boring and Loggins seems to fall into that category. Mostly retweets of radio stations looking forward to hosting him and promoting his events. Snore.
But Marx? Richard Marx is Twitter GOLD.
See? Dude is hilarious. As of this morning, he has not yet responded to any of our requests to be his new best friend. But I suggest we all try to convince him.
And because I’m not going to be the only crazy person quietly singing this under my breath the rest of the week: