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Music on Mondays (4-20-13)—You can't catch me but we can all come together in Folsom Prison

Many decades ago when personal computers were just hitting the market, I got a gig with Fulbright & Jaworski LLP, Houston’s largest law firm at the time, merging the computer culture with their corporate culture and teaching their secretaries, paralegals, assistants, and attorneys how to use computers and the prevalent software at the time, which was Lotus-1-2-3, PC Write, WordStar, and WordPerfect. 263 more words

History

{A Glancing #Review of:} The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins...

If your imagination is anything like mine, {ridiculously active,} you know what it’s like to make up a story to go along with what your eyes are taking in. 767 more words

LIFE

Flashback Friday: "Find Out What's Happening" by Bobby Bare

I was watching “Better Call Saul” a week or so ago and heard this gem by Bobby Bare. Sounds a lot like another song I like from that very year of 1968… 53 more words

Commentary

Five Days of Johnny Cash: Day 1

I have a very special announcement coming this Thursday, so this starts my five days of Johnny Cash blog in which I will post a significant song that contributed to my understanding, love and appreciation for Johnny Cash the artist, musician and man. 428 more words

Ethiopian Eats and Mailing a Secret

Like the weird friend I am, I saw these Valentines in the grocery store and thought, “YES.”

I doubt people outside of the States are familiar with what I think of as elementary school Valentines. 1,491 more words

Food for Thought-Just to Watch Him Die

I shot a man in Reno
just to watch him die,
or was it his time to go,
the object of my mental torture,
for a train traveling slow, 35 more words

Food For Thought

"I hear the train a coming"*

On this day in 1968 Johnny Cash, backed by June Carter, Carl Perkins and the Tennessee Three, gave two performances at the Folsom State Prison… 349 more words

Books