The BeagleSword was sforzando
and the rabbit hole was mostly pink.
And if you were paying attention, even subconsciously, you probably
noticed that Niteroi rhymes with Little Roy in both phoneme and meter.
Again, don’t read too much into this. I’m pretty sure it was an accident.
Malo was a San Francisco-based ensemble led by Arcelio Garcia and
Jorge Santana, the brother of Latin-rock guitarist, Carlos Santana. Malo’s
1972 hit single, “Suavecito,” was written by timbale player Richard Bean, who wrote it as a poem for a girl in his high school algebra class. You go, girl.