From 1969, the Bob Seger System, "Ramblin’, Gamblin’ Man."
I’m not typically a gambler, but I used to like to connect through McCarran Airport in Las Vegas when I was coming home from the West Coast, and play the slot machines there in the airport. Never won a damn thing, but it was fun, anyway. On a Friday night, the planes from Las Vegas were pretty well empty, meaning I could raise an armrest and spread out a little. Well, spread out a lot. I’m what they call in the South a "big ol’ boy."
The sports teams at Loyola University Chicago were all called the Ramblers. It has nothing to do with the cars that were made until 1969; they were a traveling team and rambled all over the Midwest.
Finally, a song that was originally called "Scrambled Eggs." From 1965, The Beatles, "Yesterday."
Linda runs Stream of Consciousness Saturday. Now a word about Bufferin analgesic tablets. Works twice as fast as aspirin!