Monthly Archives: March 2011

DFHC 3/24/2011

item 0 >>> MCMLVI-VII…The 18 months from Spring 1956 to Fall 1957 were game-changers in my young life. The family moved to a newly built ranch house (where my parents live to this day), I got a baby sister, we … Continue reading

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DFHC 3/23/2011

item 1 >>> Now Playing…  Ne Ne Na Na Na Na Nu Nu/Dickie Doo & the Don’ts Forget the hokey-pokey…this is what it’s all about. item 2 >>> LQQK @ †h∆†!… 77 Sunset Strip A ciggie and a T-Bird ragtop…life … Continue reading

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DFHC 3/22/2011

item 1 >>> Now Playing… Who’s Zoomin’ Who? Not a bad little Aretha tune from 1985…altho I’d forgotten about the Casio Keyboard musical backing…sheesh… item 2 >>> LQQK @ †h∆†!… Super President During the 60s Super Hero craze, there were … Continue reading

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DFHC 3/21/2011

item 1 >>> Now Playing… Pop a Top Jim Ed Brown…stays thirsty. item 2 >>> LQQK @ †h∆†!… Poor Boy by The Lords The Lords were actually a German beat group, but with a difference…they mixed in goofy comedy, hence … Continue reading

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G4BB part 11: Say “2nd Uncle!”

Say “Second Uncle!”   11.1 The other day, I called up my brother and his wife answered. I said: “It’s your brother-in-law.” She repaid: “Yeah…y’know, they oughta change that law.” In fact, I believe she’s circulating a petition. Actually, I … Continue reading

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DFHC 3/19/2011

item 1 >>> Now Playing…   Travels of Jaimie McPheeters/Osmond Bros. And please turn to item 3. item 2 >>> LQQK @ †h∆†!… Scarecrow of Romney Marsh Dr. Christopher Syn, alias The Scarecrow…a vicar named after sin, spelled differently, but … Continue reading

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3/18/2011

item 1 >>> Now Playing…   Smoke, Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette/Tex Williams Light up and enjoy country music the way it’s supposed to be…yeah, that’s not the greatest job of lip-syncing I’ve ever seen, but what do you want, eggs … Continue reading

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