Politically, I'm somewhere left of center, best I can tell....not really sure?
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Man! , you talk about denial.
Posted by shane at 2020-02-23 02:51 PM | Reply
With his odd politics aside, I still like Clint Eastwood. I grew up on this guy.
Posted by shane at 2020-02-23 12:32 PM | Reply
"This guy did not age well"
#1> Most of us don't. lol
Posted by shane at 2020-02-23 12:18 PM | Reply
"0Hey, Hey, Ho Chi Minh...
Comrade Sanders goin' to win!"
#2 | POSTED BY NULLIFIDIAN >
So Nulli , who do you suggest? Whose speaking for the working middle class? Please no snark, Seriously dude, really.
Posted by shane at 2020-02-22 07:39 PM | Reply
Trying my new smart phone my daughter made me buy today. I'm all over the place
Posted by shane at 2020-02-22 07:20 PM | Reply
"They'll be throwing their panties at heartthrob Gavin Moonbeam in 2024"
#5 | POSTED BY NULLIFIDIAN >
With their names and phone #s written on them with lipstick. That's what the country needs next. The Rock Star president!
Don't laugh, it's coming.
Posted by shane at 2020-02-20 03:56 PM | Reply
Wow, and he's not even a Kennedy!
Posted by shane at 2020-02-20 03:22 PM | Reply
#12 | POSTED BY DOCNJO >
To me he's Trump essentially, with just a little more polish and finesse.
Posted by shane at 2020-02-20 12:54 PM | Reply
Most of the founding fathers were deists
And Abraham Lincoln ,admired the world over, and who many consider, was probably our greatest president/leader was essentially an Agnostic, I think.
So go figure!?!
Posted by shane at 2020-02-18 02:09 PM | Reply
I remember this old Nitty Gritty Dirt Band album from youth. Titled: "Will The Circle Be Unbroken" (1972)
I really liked this song by Doc Watson
Posted by shane at 2020-02-14 11:14 PM | Reply
Wow Jim West is gone. "Wild Wild West" was one of my favorites too when I was a kid.
Kirk Douglas died last Wednesday, Feb 5th and then Orson Bean was struck by a car last Friday evening and killed , he was 91. And Robert Conrad dead at 85 on Saturday.
You talk about "they die in 3's" myth.
Posted by shane at 2020-02-09 12:59 PM | Reply
"Lonely are the Brave"(1962) and "Gunfight at the O K. Corral" (1957) are just a few among my favorites.
A great American. RIP
Posted by shane at 2020-02-06 01:18 PM | Reply
We have a used book store here in town I like to frequent. And I use google books on my phone. My problem is I start numerous books. Sometimes I can finish a book in a less than a week, sometimes it takes months. William Faulkner's stuff takes me forever. He so long-winded and wordy. The guy loved words. Reading his novels "A Fable" and "The Wild Palms".
Another favorite is Larry McMurtry, easier to read. He had an excellent grasp of 20th century rural small town loneliness and the Texan psyche: "The Last Picture Show" already finished.
Posted by shane at 2020-01-29 03:09 PM | Reply
I've read only one Stephen King novel in my whole life. It was "The Stand".
The book cover caught my eye. It was so intriguing, dipicting a knight trying to slay this giant crow-like man. I felt compelled to read it. That was over 30 years ago.
Posted by shane at 2020-01-25 11:17 AM | Reply
Well you know, all those green leaves, trees, twigs and stuff way up out there in outer space.
Posted by shane at 2020-01-18 10:40 PM | Reply
They have this great wealth boost and universal healthcare to boot.... Cool!
Posted by shane at 2020-01-18 10:14 PM | Reply
I like John Anderson's stuff. Remember this one:
"I'm Just an Old Chunk of Coal"
I sing along with this one when it comes up on my spotify while driving.
Posted by shane at 2020-01-18 09:46 PM | Reply
Now I could really hang out in this place on a Saturday night.
Posted by shane at 2020-01-18 09:00 PM | Reply
I know this kinda people
Posted by shane at 2020-01-18 08:21 PM | Reply
Hey let's just continue this into Saturday night.
Stevie Ray Vaughan- "Change It"
The video: youtu.be
Posted by shane at 2020-01-18 08:04 PM | Reply
Oh yeah, Dylan's voice was always sub par, kinda odd. And it's gotten much worse over the years. Like you say he's really more a poet/songwriter. That's his genius.
Posted by shane at 2020-01-17 10:37 PM | Reply
Jimi Hendrix greatly admired Dylan and covered a lot if his works most notably:
"All Along the Watchtower"
Probably Hendrix's biggest hit.
Here's Dylan's version of it, such a strange and beautiful song. To this day I can't figure it out
Posted by shane at 2020-01-17 10:20 PM | Reply
#8 Snoofy> I like this one better from Fleetwood Mac
"Gold Dust Woman"
Kinda Eerily beautiful you could say.
Posted by shane at 2020-01-17 10:04 PM | Reply
"One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer"
I really like the guitar work on this piece.
Posted by shane at 2020-01-17 09:56 PM | Reply
It copied wrong!!
Here it is again.
Billy Gibbons- La Grange
Live from Daryl's House
Posted by shane at 2020-01-17 09:47 PM | Reply
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