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I've added a new entry to my book, "Smile! (Groan?) You Know You Love These!:

         "Expelled From School & The Archies
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s  
Wow, putting 2 things that belong in the past together was strangely fascinat5ing.
Sum1  
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         At one time I was doing this, and thought I'd take it up again. I love taking photos when traveling. I was in St. Johns Newfoundland last week, and have uploaded the photos (really pics because I am not a photographer) here. If you want to view and download at will, ask for access, provide an e-mail address, and I'll add you to the list. Right now, it's empty, so who will be first? Sadly, I don't think any are Trinket Worthy.

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Submitted request. What do I win?
I'd love to see. I believe you already have my gmail. *Smile*
They are terrific! They would make great cNotes!
Sum1  
I've added a new entry to my book, "Smile! (Groan?) You Know You Love These!:

         "Beetle & The Beatles
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s  
One of my favourite Beatles tracks...

And here is an interesting interpretation from Australia's king of pop, John Farnham (yes, the audience knows it; he released his version in 1980 and it has become part of our culture):



Sum1  
I've added a new entry to my book, "Smile! (Groan?) You Know You Love These!:

         "Blonde Waitress & Air Supply

And last night's entry that I never posted about until earlier tonight.

         "Three Hour Mission & Stevie Wonder
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s  
The video is not available in Australia... and they're an Australian band!
s - strewth!

...I've always wanted to say that.
Sum1  
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Well heck, I never posted anything about last night's post. Here you go, 24 hours late.... *Laugh*

I've added a new entry to my book, "Smile! (Groan?) You Know You Love These!:

         "Three Hour Mission & Stevie Wonder

That's what I get for going to bed immediately after posting....
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This one made me laugh out loud (and I seldom do).*Heart*
Sum1  
         Well, I finally get a week at home. Since 2/11, I've been home 1.5 weeks, with a few hours here and there on some weekends. It will be nice to work from home this week, and get a few things done. Sunday I will fly to LA, return home Friday. The following Sunday I will fly to Fort Lauderdale for 2 weeks, then home. Right now I'm supposed to be in SF the week after that. We'll see. Can you say the word tired?
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Tired! But not sick and tired, or tired of my job, or an exhausted tired with no hope to recover. Things could always be worse. Can you repeat, tired? There, no take the day off. It is Sunday.
You must be more than simply tired. Exhausted, depleted, sleep deprived?
Don't it make you wish that the planes come with beds, comforters, and pillows? Lol
Sum1  
I've added a new entry to my book, "Smile! (Groan?) You Know You Love These!:

         "Dove Chocolate & Styx
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s  
Styx are a band that are really an acquired taste. Most critics do not like them, but they have a fervent support base. 'Mr Roboto' was one of their worst singles. I was so worried yo0u were going to have that up here. 'Babe' I can live with.
Yes it does! roflol !!
*Laugh*
Sum1  
I shared this in a post in "Smile! (Groan?) You Know You Love These! about a month ago. To say I love this video would be a gross understatement. I don't just listen to it, I watch it. I just hope I don't get tired of it anytime soon.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wVI02HrZElI&list=RDMMwVI02HrZElI&start_radio=1
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s  
This one's my favourite...

s  
Thank you for sending me down this rabbit hole!!


s - Thanks for posting these videos. After watching them I couldn't help but think of this song (not a compilation, but made me want to dance too):
Sum1  
I've added a new entry to my book, "Where In The World Is Sum1?:

         "Dover New Hampshire & St, Johns Newfoundland
Sum1  
         I posted a reply in another Newsfeed entry about being in the Northwest area of LA in 2 weeks. Well, they have changed the training site location, and I will be back in downtown LA, working with LAPD again. I'm still open to meeting anyone for a cuppa or whatever. Just let me know. I will not have a car, I will use Uber to/from LAX and work.
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LinnAnn -book writer - my mother use to love orange peel candy. She passed on years ago.
That is so super sweet of you, LinnAnn -book writer! THANK YOU!!! I hate to ask you to wait. You can go ahead and make some. But don't send any to me. I don't know if they'd let it in the country since it's homemade anyway. *Frown* But when I get back, if you decide to make some more, I'd love to try some! Thank you for thinking of me!!!
Schnujo is Late to Lannister - you bet. Just let me know!
Sum1  
         If you don't remember this man in movies, you should. He portrays a wide variety of characters, and portrays them well. I have loved seeing him in several roles.


The Green Mile: Wild Bill Wharton

Cowboys And Aliens: Doc

The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy: Zaphod Beeblebrox

Galaxy Quest: Guy Fleegman

Iron Man2: Justin Hammer

         Who is this versatile actor? Sam Rockwell

         Another actor you might be aware of is Michael Pena. Both are very versatile, and if you notice them, they will leave a remembrance in your memory.

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I liked Rockwell in Moon - now there was a sci-fi movie with a touch of originality - and he was good in the TV series Fosse/Verdon a few years back. Like all good character actors, he avoids getting typecast.
I liked Sam Rockwell in Galaxy Quest. That was a fun character. *Smile*
Yes, it was cool that Sam's character finally got a name at the end of the movie. Hopefully, that offset the whole "wearing a red shirt" occupational hazard thing. I first remember seeing Michael Peña in Shooter, and also liked him in World Trade Center.
Sum1  
I've added a new entry to my book, "Smile! (Groan?) You Know You Love These!:

         "Clan Meeting & The Mavericks
Sum1  
I've added a new entry to my book, "Smile! (Groan?) You Know You Love These!:

         "Dropped Jar On Foot & The Cadillac Kings
Sum1  
I've added a new entry to my book, "Smile! (Groan?) You Know You Love These!:

         "Hiding Eggs & Falco
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s  
Falco is an unsung hero of what we now call Eurodance. He really put it onto the mainstream stage.
I know almost nothing about the singing Falco, although "Rock Me Amadeus" is certainly familiar from ages past via the American Forces Radio & TV Service in Germany. While I recognized his name right away, two other Falcos came to mind first: Shane Falco, played by Keanu Reeves in The Replacements and Edie Falco, who portayed Carmela Soprano on The Sopranos.
Sum1  
I've added a new entry to my book, "Smile! (Groan?) You Know You Love These!:

         "Missing Prisoners & Enigma
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s  
Gregorian chants set to a dance beat... I bought the Sadeness (pt 1) single, and then the album. So different and so good.
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