Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Name that Tune II

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hrh king friday xiii, ret. said...

Auto-tune it!

Ed said...

Glad to see I'm not the only one who appreciates the free-form jazz stylings of Metro escalators. Silver Spring's escalators are good, too.

iEatDC said...

Good job on Kojo Show!

Unsuck DC Metro said...


Anonymous said...

It is called the MetroMockingbird Waltz.

In reality, not a tune but the song of this elusive bird. Tthe MetroMockingbird is rarely seen due to its natural tendencies to snooze a lot in dark and forbidding corners. It is considered a sign of great good fortune to actually see one. Once considered a mythological creature, the song has proven the existence of this avian, although not to the extent of adding it to a rare or endangered species list. To date no one has achieved the great good fortune so highly tooted due to never actually seeing the bird.

Anonymous said...

Heard about this blog on Kojo today. Wow. I've been missing out. I'm hooked.

Anonymous said...

The three super long escalators in Woodley Park/Zoo sound like whales at times. A long, deep resonating tone. Can actually be kind of soothing at times, when I'm not thinking about the fact that my weight is probably being supported by a Metro worker's old gym and a shoelace.

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