Moving is leaving a lot of new experiences for Andy to wonder about, and with a toilet seat swap necessary for the Mighty Ferguson in the new pad, he wonders about toilet seats and moving.
Tainted forever by a panhandler on an off-ramp who would go back to his house nearby at the end of his “shift,” Andy will rarely give money to people asking for it. He’s not heartless but has experienced his lot of obvious scam artists, though he does wonder about your “charitable” donations.
Andy was guilty of distracted driving, and not because he was eating in the car, talking on his phone, or trying to look up “Cool restaurants” on his phone. Nope, he was mesmerized by the “hand-talker” behind him, and wonders about your driving habits.
Sometimes you should try to listen to other songs on an album if the first single on the radio doesn’t float your boat. Andy learned his lesson because he didn’t care for “Burnin’ It Down” from Jason Aldean’s latest album, “Old Boots. New Dirt.”, but by the end of this review he’s giving it 93% on the Entertainment Ave! Listenability Scale.
Andy is a fan of Lady Antebellum, and their latest album, 747, keeps him in their grasp even though they venture a tad and kick things up a notch. It’s a 91% on the Entertainment Ave! Listenability scale for this review!
It took Andy reverting back to his ten year old self to see the enjoyment in glow-in-the-dark sunglasses, but then the old fogey in him wondered if there might be a lawsuit in there somewhere. Andy might need to go back to being twelve instead of ten.
Who knew Andy’s liking to eat raw potatoes would cause him to find a new cure for acne, but there it was, on a Google search: The benefits of raw potatoes and it’s wonder of being an acne cure. The internet has such interesting things sometimes.
Andy found out his biggest worry is too much debt. Since he doesn’t have Mesothelioma, hasn’t been injured at work, and doesn’t have a loved one with bed sores in a nursing home, debt must be it because the dude on TV told him so. What about you?
Michael Stanley, and his band, is near and dear to the heart of Andy, so whenever he has new music out, there is sure to be one customer. Andy was not disappointed in Mr. Stanley’s latest offering, “The Job,” and gives it 100% on the Entertainment Ave! listenability scale.
Still fascinated by his trip to Wisconsin, Andy is now into historical markers, although with the let-down of the one he came across on his recent little getaway might sway him away from stopping anymore. He wonders if you might be a fan of the historical marker.