• youenjoymyself

    February 23, 2004 at 6:25 am

    If you come across the theme to Sesame Street’s “End Credits” music, let me know. I’m talking about the funky tune they played at the end of the show when they show the credits and (I vaguely recall) a road or something – a camera filming going down the road…remember that? Well, I’ve tried to get that music and I just can’t find it. I think Quincy Jones produced it.

    Also – I noticed you’re listening to ‘the little prince’ theme – someone at work asked me if b6-12 is a real asteroid. I looked for info and all I could find was that there’s a foundation called the b6-12 foundation working to develop an asteroid towing vehicle to try to avert asteroid disasters. Do you happen to know if b6-12 is real or not? Do you even know what I’m talking about? I never even heard of the little prince until now…


    • Jenny Lee Silver

      February 23, 2004 at 10:10 am

      I’m not sure if it’s real, maybe I can find out somehow. I can tell you that the book The Little Prince is fantastic, and you should pick it up sometime to read it. It’s a short one, very quick read, but really good.

    • Jenny Lee Silver

      February 23, 2004 at 10:35 am

      As far as I can tell, B6-12 isn’t a real asteroid. I had Adam look it up (he’s obsessed with astronomy and can generally find these things out.)

      The book was written in 1943, so I doubt the author really had much astronomical information to base anything on, and it’s really far more whimsical than scientifically accurate. It is, after all, basically a kid’s book.