Lambs in the air!
No wonder we have difficulties in communicating across the borders if we can’t even agree on that thing! Or perhaps there actually are language barriers among animals as well? If I brought a sheep from New Zealand to Sweden, could he get by with his southern hemisphere bleating or would the northern sheep just stare at him with raised eyebrows?
See there, something new for you to ponder upon now that we’re done with the Oscars!
I know one thing though: the members of LAMB, the large association of movie blogs, with over a thousand of members from all over the world, are just like sheep in the manner that we’re talkative. We don’t let minor issues such as different time zones and native languages stop us from coming together and chat away.
Cleaver lambs as we are, we’ve appointed a special field, where the grass is more delicious than anywhere else, as our regular meet-up point. This field in question is the podcast The LAMBcast.
Each week five lambs meet up to bleat over various topics in a different set-up each time. And in the latest episode, number 105, the turn had come to yours truly. The theme of the show was “Watcha been watchin’ lately?” Together with four other bloggers I talked about a movie I had watched recently. I can reveal as much as that after talking about small art house movies in The Matineecast, I decided to talk about something really mainstream for a change. Finally we followed up with our rants and raves of the week and yet another trivia game, which I’d rather not speak about.
Stevee is from New Zealand by the way and considering it’s situated exactly on the opposite side of Earth compared to Sweden and with the other participants originating from North America somewhere in between, you really can’t get much more international than this.
Stevee said “baa”. I said “bää”. But I think we understood each other fairly well.
If you’re up for yet another podcast with me in it (I know two in a week is a little bit of bad timing), you can listen to it here or download it from iTunes.