Today is the 100th birthday of jazz and pop singer Ella Fitzgerald, who’d started out winning Harlem talent shows as a teenager. She had her first hits with Chick Webb’s big band before going out on her own in the 1940s. The composer songbooks she recorded for Verve starting in the mid-50s are definitive recordings of vocal standards. Fitzgerald toured the world for decades, and died in 1996. Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead says Fitzgerald at her best is as good as it gets. Listen.
My Older Sisters have an insane Supernatural Theory
So my two older sisters have this theory about Supernatural and how it's gonna end. I always tell them "It's like saying Voldemort. We do not discuss the end of Supernatural!" but I willingly listened to their theory. So get this...Sam and Dean are in a mental hospital their parents John and Mary to them are dead until Mary visits a few times but barely. Charlie, Garth, and Kevin were just patients in Dean and Sam's room but get moved out. Bobby is a family friend who ends up in the hospital as well but recovers the boys are unaware that he made it. All the angels are doctors or nurses so are Crowley, Rowena, and Meg. Chuck and Amara are Head Doctor and Head Nurse. All that stuff of saving people, hunting things, the family business is all in their heads because they have psychological issues and all the rock music just comes from a music player Dean has in his and Sam's hospital room.
They say when all that's revealed Carry on my wayward son should play and it all fade to black.
I asked them about some other characters they came up with a bunch of other ideas that I can't remember but in the end I told them to shut up and never bring it up again.