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Twenty years ago this evening, Fargo North Decoder dropped into Comedy Corner, which was a posting board on my now-defunct Website that bit the dust at the beginning of this decade. I can’t believe we’re only a month and a … Continue reading
Times have changed, at least for those who are over the age of forty, born in the late ’70s. That’s when talk of the Internet began with terms like “Surfing the Net,” or “Computer Viruses.” I couldn’t help but envision … Continue reading
Just finished reading a very astute, Rolling Stone article about the early days of Pink Floyd, in which Nick Mason, the drummer, was interviewed about various aspects of the band’s evolution. They, like The Who, have just released an epic … Continue reading
11th September 2001 On this anniversary of the 9/11 catastrophic events in America, let us pause, reflect and honor the thousands who perished so unwillingly. Mostly all were civilians, not suspecting they would never go home that evening after work. … Continue reading
Click here for larger photo As a topic for inclusion to these ramblings on this first week of September and apropos for Labor Day Weekend, my muse comes from the picture above found in recent photo files. It’s a drawing … Continue reading
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Caution, this entry contains mature and sensitive material. Reader’s discretion is advised. Today’s guest blogger is an old friend from the turn of last century. As mentioned in a previous entry, the now-defunct Comedy Corner—whose luminous incarnation lasted several years … Continue reading