Robert Sarazin Blake.
In a living room.
Skeletor Affirmations (by ghoulnextdoor)
TODAY I WILL SHARE MY HAPPINESS WITH A STRANGER.
Gene Vincent and Little Richard
Every night for the past few, I’ve dreamt about L., an old friend of mine. I know why he’s on my mind - he was part of my life in 2004, and since my novel is based around the events of that year, well… Calling him my friend is perhaps the wrong term; we were acquaintances at best, really only…
I relate a lot to almost all of this except the Springsteen part. Although I did listen to Nebraska a whole lot during an awfully wretched year.
GUEST: What room should we book? We have four adults and four (does air quotes) “children.”
(I’m assuming she did airquotes because she’s not sure what we consider the age cutoff for children, but it’s also possible that they carry around four potatoes with faces drawn on that they take care of and love very much??)
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of MST3K’s national debut, WIRED presents an oral history of the greatest talk-back show ever made.
Forty years ago, Charles Faurot traveled from New York City to southwestern Virginia looking for older traditional banjo players to record for a tiny country music record label. The historic Clawhammer Banjo recordings have been reissued on CD.
Recommended to any fans of traditional music.