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Rammstein: Paris – Links 2 3 4

Rammstein has released another video, this one from their Paris concert. I am not sure when the Paris concert was, all I know is this is an awesome video. American rock bands are so bland. In all honestly, the majority of good music has been coming out of Europe for some time. Even in the […]

NOTHING ELSE MATTERS by STEVE´N´SEAGULLS

Every culture in the world has developed it’s own form of music.  This is the one thing in all of humanity that just about all of us can relate to.  Music taste varies from person to person and culture to culture. One that that I enjoy is hearing music that crosses the cultural boundary.  Music […]

Loreena McKennitt – The Mummers’ Dance

Sometimes a song comes along that sticks in my head. One such some is The Mummers’ Dance by Loreena McKennitt. Music is the essence of what makes us human. Every civilization developed music in some shape, form or manner. Lyrics start out: When in the springtime of the year When the trees are crowned with […]

Sound of Silence

When I first heard this song streaming on I heart radio I instantly fell in love with it. Disturbed, a rock and roll band known for heavy metal songs such as “bodies hit the floor” made a song that touches the soul Disturbed should make more songs like this. Maybe an album like what Metallica […]

Little past middle age

At 46 years old I consider myself a little past middle age. That is unless I live to be at least 92 years old. So who knows, I might not even be at middle age yet.

Even at such a young age I look back and realize how much water has gone under the bridge. I wonder how I will feel when I am in my 60s or even 70s, that is if I live that long.

I often wonder how my mom and dad feel about how much things have changed in their lifetime? My dad did not get electricity and running water until he was somewhere around 6 years old. What is it like going from kerosene lamps and an outhouse to computers and the internet?

The past 19 years, from 1995 – 2014, humanity has made leaps and bounds with technology. We went from dial-up internet to smart phones in less than a generation. I look forward to what scientist will develop in the next 20 years.

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