Folks, many times people know their address, but they don't really know where they live. Now people have been thinkin' with fully evolved human brains for the last 40,000 years or so, maybe more, so while the technology changes around, the same stuff that's common to all people across culture - love, crime, kids, drugs, zombie attacks, you know, whatever; that stuff stays the same.
So when Barbara Harris from the Morongo Basin Historical Society blurted out "People just don't know where they live!" I took that to heart. 'Cause history didn't just happen to some poor dude long ago and far away - these historical personages could've been your creepy neighbor or high school sweetheart or jerk of a boss - the archetypes remain constant. The MBHS is starting a membership drive under the banner "Do You Know Where You Live?" and if you live in the Morongo Basin, spend two sawbucks and find out - and if you don't, find out anyway. Do a little research and figure out where you live. In the meantime, I've been recording some radio public service announcements to help the process along, and here's the first 60-second spot: