Wikipedia, Huffington Post,
Bing News, The Guardian, Open Secrets
Direct, factual, succinct, no distraction
Longtime student of Jakob
Substance over Form - Facts over Pizazz
NO AUTOPLAY ANYTHING
NO OBNOXIOUS ADS
"I don't want to belong to any club that will
accept people like me as a member."
-- Groucho Marx, 1959, to the
Friar's Club of Beverly Hills
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Old movies before 1950, TCM
Apple, Macintosh, Bing, Firefox
Ancient guitar blues recordings on You Tube
2014 Latest like - Macyn
- Check out Deep
Episode - "Unafraid of the Dark" (2014)
1. Question authority.
-- No idea is true just because someone
2. Think for yourself.
-- Question yourself.
3. Don't believe anything, just because you want
-- Believing something doesn't make it
4. Test ideas by the evidence gained
-- from observation and experiment.
-- If a favorite idea fails a
it's wrong! Get
-- Follow the evidence, wherever it
-- If you have no evidence, reserve
5. Most important rule - you could be wrong.
. . . Neil DeGrasse Tyson
"Too soon old, too late smart."
"God helps those who help themselves."
"Believe NOTHING you see in the media."
"The beginning of knowledge is the admission of
"It is better to remain silent, and be thought a fool, than
to speak, and remove all doubt."
... Abe Lincoln
"Would, could, should, might - weasel words are always
right." ... B. Bosnyak
Favorite Seekers of
For the common man, not the 1%
Abraham Lincoln .. (R-Il)
Robert Reich ........ (D-CA)
Bernie Sanders ..... (Ind.-VE)
Jon Stewart .......... (D-NY)
Elizabeth Warren ...(D-MA)
Mountain Rag - Doc Watson
- Rev. Gary Davis
River Blues - Doc Watson
Train - Elizabeth Cotton
- Upside down and backwards (self taught - left-handed on a
Blues - Jorma Kaukonen
My mom used to play these songs on the piano -
Bumble Boogie - (from Rimsky-Korsakov)
Fina - Liberace
Leaf Rag - Jo Ann Castle
in C# Minor - Rachmaninoff - take your pick
--- This prelude has undoubtedly driven some to despair. Ol'
Rocky was the king of melancholy, with this piece. Mom
taught me the first few bars when I was 10 or so. And the
We Love - adapted from Tchaikovsky's Concerto #1
Rhapsody in Blue - George Gershwin - Liberace
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