Monthly Archives: November 2010

Words I like

A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog entry about words I hate. It generated quite a bit of feedback, which is always most welcome. If you read the comments, you’ll see words that other people hate, but more on … Continue reading

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Rick’s Picks #6

Everyone who knows me knows that I am a child of the 60’s. I absolutely love the 1960’s, from the styles to the music to the overall vibe of the country. It was a very defining decade in history. So … Continue reading

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This is all I got

It’s been a long weekend, and I’ve been away from the computer. I can’t think of anything to write, except to thank all of you for reading this silly little blog of mine. By the end of the day Monday, … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving everyone

Since it’s the night before Thanksgiving and I have a gig…and I’ll be getting home really late…and I’m really lazy…tonight’s blog is going to totally rip off David Letterman’s Top Ten List from the night before Thanksgiving last year. As … Continue reading

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The most important rock and roll artifact ever

Got an extra $850,000 you’re looking to invest? You could be the owner of an album from 1980! CNN reports that the copy of John Lennon’s “Double Fantasy” that he autographed for Mark David Chapman just hours before Chapman gunned … Continue reading

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Bring on the next class of music icons

On October 18th this year, Chuck Berry turned 84 years old. On December 5th, Little Richard will be 78 years old.  Jerry Lee Lewis, “The Killer”, is 75.  Is that going back too far?  Then let’s take a look at … Continue reading

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Senioritis

I like old things. Old photos, old books, old music…I dig it all. One of the things I like to do is look at old high school yearbooks. That’s right, even if I don’t know a soul between the covers, … Continue reading

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