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Monthly Archives: November 2002

In Praise Of Keith

I went to see the Stones the other night. One of those last-minute things that kind of just happened. Hadn’t planned on it and bought some tickets from a friend. Wasn’t expecting much. I’m too old for those big-stadium shows, after all, and I’m just a kid next to them. Besides, something always gets lost […]

“Major please, spare me your venomous barbs .. “

Jonathan Harris is dead. I just read a story on his passing. They described him as the “flamboyantly fussy actor who portrayed the dastardly, cowardly antagonist Dr. Zachary Smith on the 1960s Sci-Fi show “Lost In Space.”  As a friend of mine once put it “If you grew up watching that show as a kid, […]

Fun, Fun, Fun.

It’s getting to the point where I’m no fun anymore – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Neil Could there be a greater tragedy? Well, probably. Still, when Dylan Thomas suggested raging against the dying of the light, I think what he was really getting at was raging against the point where one is no fun anymore. […]