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"Shiloh" and the Orphan Stories from Ron Rash's "Something Rich and Strange"

One of my unofficial blogging resolutions for this year is to have more posts that aren’t specifically about the Deal Me In Challenge. So, okay, here’s one: 1,536 more words

Agnes who?

I have a confession to make. I had no idea who Agnes Moorehead was before In The Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood asked me if I’d like to join the… 267 more words


TeslaMondo avoids those annoying "How" headlines, except for today.

How GM beat Tesla

When Tesla eked out a few Model Xs last September, to keep its promise of a Q3 launch, some people snickered. Well, this year GM plans to eke out a few Re-Volts before the shot clock runs out Dec. 303 more words


Rocks In The Attic #531: Led Zeppelin - ‘The Complete BBC Sessions’ (1997)

I haven’t bothered with any of the recently remastered Zeppelin studio records. I’d like them for the unreleased content of course, some of it very interesting, but I couldn’t justify the cost. 378 more words


Richard's Western Odyssey #1

Westerns. One of the most enduring and mythic genres that the world has ever seen. But what makes them so popular? Is it their ability to pit man against wild? 809 more words

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Mojave Madness

This place is endless! We finished up our afternoon yesterday in Vegas with some

Good ole’ fashion Hard Rock Cafe’, took a stroll through their resort Casino and then finished up with the purchase of the #11th built 1935 Kilgore g-man cap gun from The Gold and Silver Pawn Shop off of Pawn Stars.   93 more words

 Bright lights, big city

We arrived in Vegas in time to check into Circus Circus slip on some nice clothes and head out for dinner. We saw the infamous fountain in front of the… 239 more words