You can find more obituaries and tributes than you can read online this morning. Just Google his name and spend your day reading about him. We have only three links here for you this morning:
The Harold Ramis Wiki:
An article from a columnist about their childhood infatuation with Ghostbusters:
A lengthy treatise on the "phil"osophical aspects of Groundhog Day:
Phil: (to the breakfast lady) Do you ever have déjà vu, Mrs. Lancaster?
Mrs. Lancaster: I don't think so, but I could check with the kitchen.
"Taco Bell's plans are to do breakfast with mostly portable items that its Millennial base can hold in one hand and cellphones in the other."
Imagine, if you will, the committee that designed this food working together in a corporate meeting room.
Imagine a Dilbert-style boss standing in front of a bunch of young people telling them their task that day was to figure out which foods worked best in one hand while talking on the cell phone in the other hand.
As Bill Engvall said, "Here's Your Sign."
Cue the song "Happy Days Are Here Again."
Did you know that the classic song "Happy Days Are Here Again" is said to be also associated with the Repeal of Prohibition in the early 1930's? That's why perhaps it could/should/maybe oughta be the theme song of our exit from "Dry" conditions to incredibly welcome and wetter times ahead. Let the good times flow!
And speaking of flow, here's a great packrafting video all you river runners are sure to enjoy: