My First Memories of Music

Posted on 03/25/2017 in misc • Tagged with Music

Do You Feel Lucky

While I was working on my epic favorite album of every year I've been alive post I started thinking about my first memories of music. So as something to discuss until I post the album list next week, here is what I remember.

The first song of any type ...


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What If Your Little Sister was a Psychopath?

Posted on 03/19/2017 in misc • Tagged with Books

My Sister Rosa Cover

17 year old atheist, homeschooler, and Australian Che Taylor just got relocated to NYC (by way of Asia) by his hippie pacifist parents. He's a boxer that isn't allowed to spar, a 17-year old boy desperately in need of a girlfriend, and he'd really rather be back ...


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Do You Feel Lucky?

Posted on 03/14/2017 in misc • Tagged with Economics, Politics

Dan Baird - SoLow

A couple of weeks ago the Techdirt podcast featured a fascinating interview with Robert H Frank, Professor at Cornell and author of the recently released Success and Luck: Good Fortune and the Myth of Meritocracy. This is a subject I've debated a few times on various Internet forums, usually ...


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Rock and Roll Ain't Dead: Dan Baird - SoLow

Posted on 03/13/2017 in misc • Tagged with Music

Dan Baird - SoLow

Anybody that thinks rock and roll is dead is somebody that isn't familiar with Dan Baird. Best known as the lead singer of The Georgia Satellites, Dan is still cranking out new, southern tinted, boogie-woogie rock and roll on a regular basis. His latest effort is titled SoLow, and ...


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Healthcare for America

Posted on 03/08/2017 in misc • Tagged with Healthcare, Politics

Hey Guys, I solved the healthcare issue!


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The Bloodline Feud by Charlie Stross

Posted on 03/05/2017 in misc • Tagged with Books

Economics text disguised as a fantasy epic


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