|Found This After Writing the Post Below and Couldn’t Resist Passing It Along|
In honor of Alec’s last Jeopardy episode airing later this week, I have provided you the answer above. Don’t even try and figure it out though because you won’t get it. (Little hint – I blogged about it in 2014 (click here.))–
OK, hold that thought for a sec and I’ll come back to it in a bit.
Right now, I am going to change the subject and pose a Catholic boy question – is it a sin to lie about your answer to one of those stupid password recovery questions? You know what I’m talking about, those questions that used to be fairly simple like “What is your mother’s maiden name?” Now however, the questions are all over the place. (For a good article on the subject (click here.)
I ask this because just the other day I ran into a security question that asked “What was the first concert you went to? My answer should have been – the Atlanta International Pop Festival. However, I did not feel like typing all that in there so I lied and went with the second concert I attended which was CCR. Hence my lying. Double hence, the answer to my Jeopardy answer. (Or should that be – the question to my Jeopardy answer?)
I think I have previously played all of Creedence’s stuff for you, so how about this one from John on his 1984 album Centerfield: