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Confessions of a Late-In-Life Writer

Thanks for reading this. Each person's time is valuable, and if you are so gracious to allot a small amount to me, it's much appreciated and valued. OK, I've said it. Hey, at the age of seventy-five, following a passion for writing, it's all a struggle. The mind is not as fresh, and all those…
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A Great New Song

Like everyone else, I'm affected by music. Realistically, I know nothing about the subject other than I like what I like. As some of you know, my son, Jimmy, operates a very nice, well-equipped recording studio in his home. The equipment is first rate, with Neumann microphones, modern compression/control boards, and a professionally designed and…
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A Music Night on the Town in Austin

Austin is a town known as "The Live Music Capital of the World." It's not a shallow claim by any means. At the airport, a large collection of huge artistic guitars stands as mute testimony at the luggage claim area. At the center of the incoming area where all the gates empty down an escalator…
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Alex Jones – Sewer Pugilist Par Excellence

A year ago, Alex Jones was hardly a common-place name. But to some fringe elements who had become radicalized with idea that the country is on the brink of a take-over by "Deep State" military forces, and/or already had moved to a compound in Idaho to live off dry-packed foods stashed in a cabin, he…
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