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One helluva rock n’ roll tune!

While surfin’ the net this past weekend, I came across a post on Word Press highlighting a song entitled Revolution by the John Butler Trio who formed in Fremantle, Australia.  My first thought was, “Hum…I wonder if this is a cover of … Continue reading

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Book review of “Walking With the Comrades” – when the limbs of democracy refuse to be eaten

I finished reading the book Walking With the Comrades by Arundahti Roy on my Kindle last night and needed some time to afterwards to ponder and reflect about what I might try to say in my review.  The book was filled with … Continue reading

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