A Spinal Tap moment…

I don’t know why, but yesterday I was thinking about Spinal Tap. It’s a hilarious movie that I haven’t seen in a while, and I’ve wanted to own the DVD for a while now. Somehow, this thought reminded me of something. Something about the blog. Something that, in my absence and now my return from vacation, I had forgotten to post. A monthly blog ritual, so to speak. Indeed, the memory of one particularly hilarious scene from This Is Spinal Tap triggered a reminder of what I must do.

So, here and now, I rectify my oversight:


I bet you didn’t know that EneMan helped to build Stonehenge, did you?

Or maybe EneMan was simply paying homage to that classic scene in This Is Spinal Tap, when the construction of a model of Stonehenge to be used in a Spinal Tap concert goes disastrously (and hilariously) wrong, due to a little misreading of the measurements. As band member David St. Hubbins put it, “I do not, for one, think that the problem was that the band was down. I think that the problem *may* have been, that there was a Stonehenge monument on the stage that was in danger of being *crushed* by a *dwarf*. Alright? That tended to understate the hugeness of the object.”

Or maybe EneMan simply wants to “turn it up to 11,” as the boys would put it.