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The Psychedelic Experience - September 29, 2016 - Nonsense and Gibberish

There’s no theme in this episode, so it’s our usual brand of Nonsense and Gibberish! Technical issues abound during the first half of the show so we apologize in advance for this even-more-than-usual less than professional episode. 133 more words


New Washing Machine

Letter transcription:

Dear David:

First, John’s address is
Dr. John Yegerlehner
Djalan Semarang
Malang (Djatim)

Second, you may order the two volumes and I will put the $15.00 in addition to the $130 tomorrow (bank is closed today for Lincoln’s birthday). 535 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge: Nostalgia

“Those were the days my friend, we thought they’d never end!”

Not sure how many of you remember this song that was made popular in the 1960’s by Mary Hopkin.   35 more words

Weekly Photo Challenge

Stolen Kisses (1968)

Charles Trenet’s airy melody “I Wish You Love” is our romantic introduction into this comedy-drama. However, amid the constant humorous touches of Truffaut’s film he makes light of youthful visions of romance, while simultaneously reveling in them. 727 more words

Long Review

Movie Review: The Batman Trilogy, 1960

Roshini Kumaravel, III B.V.A. Fine Arts

When someone mentions Batman, chances are you probably immediately think of a dark, brooding and complex character trying to bring order to a city that’s falling apart. 346 more words

September Issue

Top 21 of 1968 - #19

#19 – Steppenwolf – “Born To Be Wild” – (1968)

Here is one of the definitive songs of the 1960s and what probably has to be the most motorcycle-related song in history.   34 more words



A tanú (1969)

»Everything is politics, my son. I shall pray for you.«

The odd Pink Pantherish theme and strangely crude title typography turns out to be quite apt for this surprisingly frank East Bloc production depicting the absurdities and shortcomings of socialism. 30 more words