Okay, so iTunes had one of the most significant events ever in history, but it was not the history of the Internet or technology or music. It was the history of baby boomer self-importance. Don't get me wrong, The Beatles formed the front wave of a tsunami that changed music in its time, and the music has endured. (Does anyone else get acid flashbacks from The White Album?) Anyway, this is neither the time nor place and frankly? Super-distracted by the Chuck Taylors on Mister George Harrison up there. (He and Ringo Starr are the sexy ones to me. Paul seems sexless, and John, well, lazy and maybe smelly?) Meanwhile we're rather off-track as this has nothing to do with weather or fashion, does it? Let's continue this dissociation with a tune not by The Beatles, but by their contemporaries The Association:
You see, there will be a wind advisory for much of the day today. Winds will whip through 50s-ish temperatures at 25 - 30 mph and with gusts up to 50 mph, so dress warmly and maybe go for things with some volume to them so that you wear the wind, and not vice versa. Flare-legged pants like like those of sexless Paul or maybe a tie like lazy John above? Or maybe a flowy scarf or even a hoody will work, too. Just don't cross the line from important to self-important with your voluminous look. Unless you're a baby boomer, because, hey, that's just your thing so you might as well own it, right?