And now I don’t believe Bill Whittle attended that show

Always liked and trusted Bill Whittle. He’s never given me reason to doubt him;
and what he said is compatible with what I know about mentalism;
but now that I know he knows how to do it, how can I completely trust his story?

There’s a big difference between calling someone a dadburned liar and
merely stamping “plausible but unverified” on the information they provide.

[taps ash off cigar, sips drink, leans back, closes eyes, grins the grin of the easily entertained]

Thanks, Bill.
I enjoyed that.
Cool story, bruh.

¡¡ UPDATE !!
Here’s a decent example

Note: threw in a bunch of tags to hopefully snag anybody searching for the old site

Old School Cool (Peter Gunn, Henry Mancini)

Y’know, sometimes a feller’s just gotta go back through a squeaky door or two and revisit the things that provided his cultural base. For me, that was the TV and music of my youth: before James Bond, and before the Beatles and hippies spoiled music.

Tell me Gunn wasn’t Bond cool, before there was Bond

Today, it’s Peter Gunn (ep 1:1).

The key, here, is the early Henry Mancini: his Peter Gunn cool lasted into The Pink Panther with only flashes surfacing as his famous commercial music evolved.

Yeah, I miss old-school cool
[opens desk drawer, strokes slide rule, closes drawer]

¡¡ UPDATE !!
Note: the design on that Peter Gunn album cover still makes me queasy.
Reminds me of the post-apocalypse horror movie Day the World Ended ’56.
Scared the bejeezus out’a me as a kid.