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Hang on to Your Hats, Kids. We're About to Discuss Philosophy.

This past Tuesday, I found myself discussing existentialism in our American Literature class.  I was disappointed that the groups we broke off into did not have very much time to discuss our views or how it corresponds with the literature we were reading.   1,030 more words

Save a Monarch, Impeach Donald Trump

I agree with your sentiments, though it is too American for this Canadian. I would be much happier to see you marching in the streets (peacefully, of course), holding rallies to impeach King Donald, DEMAND A NEW ELECTION because the farce that was held in your country in November last is a million times worse than what you allowed Jeb Bush to do in Florida refusing to count the ballots from particular areas of Miami in a previous election. 446 more words

All This Crap

Mr.Classic’s Classic Rock Pick of the Day Steppenwolf Rock Me Baby

Rock Me Baby Steppenwolf

Steppenwolf – ‘Live At The Fillmore’
Fillmore West, San Francisco, California, USA
August 27th, 1968

Led by John Kay (born Joachim Krauledat, April 12, 1944), John Kay’s gravely tones sounding a mesmerizing call to arms to the counterculture movement rapidly sprouting up nationwide. 60 more words

Mr. Classic

John Kay and Steppenwolf - 50 Years!

Steppenwolf is another significant band celebrating a 50th anniversary this year. They forged the bedrock foundation of heavy metal.

There is nothing more powerful than Steppenwolf’s back to back Top 10 hits, “Born To Be Wild” and “Magic Carpet Ride”. 27 more words

Heavy Metal

The Critic as Colleague

I posted a link to this Howlround review by Kyle Whalen of Lucas Hnath’s The Christians on the blog’s Facebook page this morning, but I want to feature it here to “extend its run” among Director’s Visioneers.   345 more words

Live Theatre

Today's Theme Music

“I like to dream….”

Yeah, I like to dream. Sometimes I’m bothered that I experience so many nocturnal dreams, often three to five per night that I remember. 151 more words

Writing

Snowblind Friend - Steppenwolf

Chart Position: NR

  • Written and originally recorded by Hoyt Axton (1970)
  • Lead vocals: John Kay
  • Guitar: John Kay, Larry Byrom
  • Keyboards: Goldy McJohn
  • Backing vocals: Larry Byrom, George Biondo…
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