Friday, April 11, 2008

How I Want Rorschach to Turn Out In 50 Years

As many of you are aware in the morning I watch a half hour of Good Morning America before I got to work. What can I say I love me some Robin Roberts.

This morning they featured a group of 70+ folks who have a choir, Young@Heart. What makes these folks so special you may wonder? Well it is mostly their choice of songs, all rock, disco and punk. That's right grandparents singing The Ramones, Bee Gees, Springstein and Cold Play. There is a movie which has just come out in theatre's this week and I am looking forward to seeing it when I get a minute. Usually I am immune to the sentimentality of kittens, small children making funny faces and old folks singing, but for some reason this group makes me smile and cloud up a little.

I know that this has little to nothing to do with Rorschach and I should have found room for this entry on my own little used blog, but there is just something about these folks that reminds me of us as a Company. People who care about creating something and performing with every ounce of energy in their bodies to make others and themselves happy.

I hope that is big part of what Rorschach is about too. And in 50, or for some of us less, years I hope that the Rorschach Family come together and have as much fun as these folks are having. Here are two quick samples, but there are more on YouTube. I'm sure you are all smart enough to find them on your own.


Anonymous said...

My favorite one by these folks is this one:

DCepticon said...

You coward. Stand up and be a man/woman. Can't believe I got Rick Roll'd