Just for a comparison today, I watched the clip of him doing “Another One Rides The Bus” on the Tomorrow Show with Tom Snyder from 1979, where he was barefoot, wore a pair of patchwork trousers right out of “Tacky” and Tom Snyder was looking at him like “When the eff is this guy getting off my stage!??” I was 10 back then. At school, my nerdy little pals and I loved that song and everything else we heard by him on Dr. Demento. Now it’s THIRTY-FIVE years later… And then I watched Word Crimes, the Epic Rap Battles of History with him as Sir Isaac Newton, and First World Problems, and - man! He’s still got it going on, artistically and comedically, which I don’t think anyone would have ever suspected. He’s still got moves! He looks fantastic, not just for being 54, but is handsome period (at least when he keeps from doing those exaggerated faces so one can get a good look at him). He has the physicality of someone at least 15 years younger. He’s not even near creatively spent: a song like Mission Statement taken as a whole is one of the most clever pastiches I’ve ever heard. You keep doing you, Al. We love your work out here. See you when your show comes to NYC!