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Favorites of 2013

With just over three weeks left in 2013, here are some of my favorites for the year, subject to last-minute change before January 1st. ADVERTISING TV ads – any and all “Mayhem” advertisements by Allstate BREWS Beer- Tom Cream Premium … Continue reading

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The spirit of the ‘transistor’ radio

One of my all-time favorite songs by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Rush is “Spirit of the Radio” from their 1980 album entitled Permanent Waves.  This great Canadian rock band captures the free spirit of radio in its … Continue reading

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If the three windbags (Limbaugh, Hannity, and Beck) ruled the earth

I and whole lot of other people would move to another planet immediately. Cape Girardeau, Missouri would be named world capital. Women would be instantly second class citizens. Egotistical would be mandated as a positive trait. Facts and the truth would be … Continue reading

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Radio as it was meant to be

Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame members Queen sang about the potential that radio might just become background noise in their song “Radio Ga Ga.” In this day and age of corporate, pre-programmed radio blather, computer generated deejays or no … Continue reading

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