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John Neff - Curbstone Opinion


Curbstone opinions entail informed observations about general condition of a company, an industry or aspects of the economy that are likely to affect the first two. 71 more words


2014 Year in Review

2014 Year In Review

After a well-attended June 1st Benefit CD release show of Christie Josef’s album, Spark A Ripple, Josef cemented a stellar performing band comprised of album musicians John Neff on bass (album producer, Walter Becker, Donald Fagen, David Lynch – BlueBob, Journey, to name a few), Casey McBride on drums (Anchors of Ascension, Kelly Brightwell, James Faretheewell), and adding the amazing Bret Malmquist on lead guitar (Alexa Wiley and the Wilderness, Kory Quinn and the Comrades, Transcendental Brass Band, Chata Addy), and the sweet, soulful vocals of 2D Strapparo (Pagan Jug Band). 171 more words

The Sound of Dying "in back of this place..."

John Neff on the sound design for Mulholland Drive:

The aftermath of the Winkie’s diner scene was one of the hardest sound jobs I have ever had. 99 more words


Latest single "If I Had To Run" #HardRockRising

Our latest release “If I Had To Run” was engineered by John Neff who is a staple in the movie soundtrack business and frequently works with David Lynch.   69 more words

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How John Neff Beat The Market For 30 Years

Every other issue of the Validea Hot List newsletter examines in detail one of John Reese’s computerized Guru Strategies. This latest issue looks at the John Neff-inspired strategy, up 19.0% year-to-date vs. 1,090 more words


Great Pages: John Neff Calls The Internet Bubble

Can a single page of a book change your investment life? We believe it can. Periodically, we highlight some of the Great Pages that have had a great impact on our investment philosophy. 55 more words


Civil War soldiers may be first to document PTSD

By Morgan Stringer

The first documentations of Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome in soldiers may have occurred during the American Civil War.

This was one of the topics discussed recently during an event hosted by The Center for Civil War Research at Ole Miss. 701 more words