The big, overarching point I guess I'm reaching for here is that we all need our own "Business Conductor Man" moment daily, for if we don't we'll surely melt into madness. It's the small releases during our daily existence that stop us from killing a random passerby, or jumping from a moving bus into a sea filled with hungry parasites, piranhas, and postal workers. (Note: Alliteration knows no sense of reality.) Without them, we become saddened, angered, or just downtrodden. I'm going to go home tonight, and I'm going to try and show my girlfriend something that will be her release. To help her find her own equivalent of the "Business Conductor Man" would be a win of the day, simply because I know it would make her smile again while drawing her away from that brink we all find ourselves facing down.
In the meantime, I hope this piece of digital acreage I run can function as your own "BCM" moment of the day. Though judging by some of the audience I attract here, I tend to inspire some to need a BCM rather than serve as one. So in case you're from that demographic, I'd like to close with an image that may cater to your BCM needs.