Louisville doctor says the breakthrough treatment could wipe out cancer in a decade. Even better, one of the subjects in the story is my friend Eddie, the Renaissance Geek!
Keefknight Cartoon: Colon. One of my brothers-in-law died from colorectal cancer in 2002, at the age of 41.
The White House Welcomes Holler If You Hear Me: Black and Gay in the Church. See this powerful documentary in full (60 minutes).
Formerly freewheeling Aubrey McClendon, now deceased.
I was a telemarketer for four months back in 1977. If you hate telemarketers, you’ll love this robot designed to waste their time.
Dan Van Riper: Some crappy-looking old junk from my buildings.
Actor George Kennedy, RIP, who I remember from Cool Hand Luke, Earthquake, the Naked Gun movies, and a whole lot of episodic TV.
Why It Hurts So Much to Step On a LEGO. “Resistance, shiny hardness, and mega-strength.”
Study: Chocolate Makes You Smarter. Of course.
Billboard: George Martin, and Beatles – She’s Leaving Home, Strings Only (1967) and Dustbury’s favorite George Martin production, other than Beatles material.
When I was in college, I played that first Emerson, Lake and Palmer album a lot. I could do a fair representation of the Moog ending of Lucky Man, sans instrument. Also, listen to Karn Evil 9 2nd Impression. Now Keith Emerson, ELP Keyboardist, Dead at 71.
With “A Group Called Smith”, Gayle McCormick was best remembered for her release in AUGUST of 1969 of Baby It’s You. She lost her battle with cancer and passed away in ST. LOUIS, on MARCH 1st, 2016 at age 67.
Joe Cuba – Bang Bang. #63 in 1966.
I think Rossini’s overture to William Tell is underrated because it’s so familiar.