I avoid YouTube. It can suck up so much of your time.
Some of my friends send me links to YouTube videos on a regular basis. There are political commentaries and music videos and some stuff that is just fun.
Usually I don’t watch them. It isn’t that I don’t want to. But there are only so many hours in the day, and if I am watching videos I might not be doing something that really should be a higher priority..
Yet today’s post is a YouTube video. My friend Paul posted it, and I thought it was a mix of sad and funny, with some serious social commentary mixed in.
Not being a regular television viewer, I had never heard of James Corden before. That is probably because his show airs after I go to sleep, at least when I am in Canada. In Germany, I suppose I could watch it over breakfast.
I originally had planned on re-posting one of my Normandy reflections for the 76th anniversary of the D-Day landings, which is today. Then I realized I did that last year.
That was history. Today’s video will be part of history. I hope you enjoy it.