In the 70s two Pioneers in Ketamine were Marcia Moore and John Lilly.
Gram Parson is the most famous singer I never heard of because none of his songs were hits. None of them were played on the radio in the 70s. He died at The Joshua Tree Inn in 1973.
When someone in good health drops dead we should look for an explanation
Love American Style the TV Show and the Theme Song
The Phantom Limbs were a band from Tucson Arizona. Fans call them The Limbs to distinguish them from the other band called Phantom Limbs which is a hardcore punk band. These are my memories from seeing The Phantom Limbs live.
A Confederacy of Dunces was rejected by Robert Gottlieb and caused the author to commit suicide.
I don't like my face plastered on every post like it was.
The Tasmanian Devil is dying of Contagious Cancer. They will become extinct, due to low genetic diversity caused by habit destruction. I saw a TV program on the subject.
White Comanche and The Ballad of Buster Scruggs Movie Reviews
Thoughts on the Island of Aruba
My thoughts of the house the Largent House at 49 Hopkins Ave. by Architect Richard Neutra in San Francisco.
Looking at Woody Allen's Best Movies and the works of Edward Lear with some minor movie spoilers
Woody Allen vs Mia Farrow parallels the book Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace
The Chinook Camper is the best look vintage RV that you can't afford to own.
A new Wikipedia like website give information on growing plants.
Reviews of Xfinity, Dish and Tivo in Ukiah Calfornia
Macy's Stores Closing Memories of Stonestown
The Woody Allen impersonator on the Howard Stern Show.
What cult leaders need to survive in today's economy. Avoiding suicide and death.
Make A Carrot PSA There was a PSA in the 70s, I remember, with a girl with red hair. I assume, her hair was red, it was a black and white set, The girl who must have been between 8 and 10 told kids how to “make a carrot” for a snack. Making the carrot … Continue reading Make A Carrot PSA
The Hot Fudge Show was a 70s children's program
Found photo in the window of a closed shop in the Mission District of San Francisco.
I really loved hearing this song when it was on TV in the 70s. We could not tape or save it. So, we had to wait for it to come on Saturday Morning. I had to spend house in front of the TV to see it. I only liked the beginning, I blanked out on … Continue reading The Most Important Person Song