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Brain and earworm

Brain: Hehehehe

Me: Huh?

Brain: “Just a small town girl, living in a lonely world”

Me: Huh?

Brain: “She took the midnight train going anywhere” 185 more words

Journey’s Neal Schon Discusses Def Leppard Tour, New Solo Album And Steve Perry

Neal Schon is the founding member and lead guitarist for Journey, one of the most successful and beloved rock bands of all time. In addition to his amazing work with Journey, Neal is a former member of Santana and Bad English, and he’s had a prolific career as a solo artist as well. 3,638 more words

Michael Cavacini

Book Review: Steve Perry's Shadows of the Empire

I’m probably showing my age here, but I remember a time when every Wal-Mart didn’t have a whole “Star Wars” aisle. It was a simpler, nobler era, when you only had three Star Wars movies to keep track of (for better or worse). 1,246 more words

4.16 - HateKat

After calling The Professor I knew I desperately hadta go to The Reality Travel Training School. He told me to finish my degree at Artsy Lawless, cuz getting my ass kicked by all the fake Traveler MeNotzies would be good for me. 689 more words

Chapter Four

Music Video of the Day: Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) by Journey (1983, directed by Tom Buckholtz)

The song is an anthem but the music video is widely considered to be one of the worst of all time.  What happened to Journey when they gathered on a wharf in New Orleans and shot the video for… 464 more words

Music Video

3 Feb 2018 part 2

The hiking group descending la Côte de Pallens from our place to begin the ascent to Haut de Caux around 10:50. L to R, Leo Mondale, Steve Perry with the dog, Lucy, Steve’s wife Marcy Vigoda, the cheffe de course Christine, Michael Friend, and Sarah Patton, Leo’s wife. 329 more words

Devotional Podcast #6: "Open Arms"

What does the band Journey have to do with the gospel of Jesus Christ? Only this: the greatest love songs find their ultimate fulfillment in the gospel, which is, among many other things, the greatest love story ever told. 1,162 more words