Moving (Again)

Well, yet another hosting provider has turned out to be pretty much useless. I’m beginning to wonder if it has something to do with my own personal gremlins, and that they find ways of infecting the systems that I use. Not that it matters. In the end, what matters is that my host, although more… Continue reading Moving (Again)

The Rutherford County Line

We watched an Earl Owensby movie, The Rutherford County Line, last night. If you don’t know who Earl Owesnby was, that’s okay. You wouldn’t be expected to. He was a film-maker in the Ed Wood mold who made movies in and around the Cleveland County, North Carolina area back in the 1970’s and 1980’s. Trust… Continue reading The Rutherford County Line

Re-Booted And Re-Configured

Well, my desktop computer is back up and running. It quit several weeks ago and wouldn’t talk to me at all. It taking the proverbial dirt nap. Intuitively, I knew it was the power supply. Well, I hoped it was. Whether that was because a power supply was easier to replace or I was just… Continue reading Re-Booted And Re-Configured

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My AIG Solution

I’ve been watching the wrangling over AIG executive bonuses, and I have to say that the whole thing makes me sick. But it’s a perfect example of how morally bankrupt the country’s CEOs truly are. These assholes at AIG ran the company into the ground and still expect to get their bonuses? Isn’t there any… Continue reading My AIG Solution

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Working On It

If you’ve visited any of the rest of my site, you couldn’t help but notice that my server was hacked the other week. I’ve been trying to get everything back online, but it’s taking some time. I suppose that’s what I get for letting the web site sprawl like it has. Anyway, you’ll notice a… Continue reading Working On It

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Roger Waters’ Death & Rebirth

Billboard Magazine, July 1992 Roger Waters’ Death & Rebirth A review of Amused to Death It is the poet’s responsibility to foresee the future, and it is his neighbor’s duty to prevent the worst of it from taking place. With Amused To Death, surely one of the most provocative and musically dazzling records of the… Continue reading Roger Waters’ Death & Rebirth

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The Battle Over Pink Floyd

Penthouse Magazine, September 1988 The Battle Over Pink Floyd “Is there anything more sad and unjust than a fake?” frets radically flustered British rock legend Roger Waters, seated in his Spartan loft offices in London. His fervid question fairly scars the afternoon air with its savagery. “Can you imagine the disappointment in learning you’d spent… Continue reading The Battle Over Pink Floyd

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