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Hometown: Alaska
Home country: U.S.A.
Member since: Thu May 10, 2007, 06:48 AM
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Unfortunately I use my Powers for evil...

I wound up getting a job with another "conservative" radio station. I produce two shows. One during the week which is a very conservative morning show.
Fortunately the other show is a gardening show on the weekend, which is kind of cool.
I tried to get a job at public radio and some other "Liberal" venues, but those jobs did not pan out.
After a year of unemployment I took this job. They were the only ones who would hire me. All I can say is "boy radio sure has changed"
One of my jobs is doing banners and such for facebook and webpages/social media. Here's an example of my work...if anyone needs some work for liberal webpages or whatnot...please let me know.

Super Hits of the Sixties

Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames!

Fame has collaborated with some of the most successful performers in the world of popular music. He has been a core member of Van Morrison's band, as well as his musical producer. Fame also played keyboards and sang harmony vocals on such tracks as "In the Days before Rock 'n' Roll" from the album Enlightenment, while still recording and touring as an artist in his own right. Fame played organ on all of the Van Morrison albums between 1989 and 1997, and starred at Terry Dillon's 60th-birthday party on 10 May 2008. Morrison refers to Fame in the line "I don't run into Mr. Clive" in his song "Don't Go to Nightclubs Anymore" featured on the 2008 Keep It Simple album. Fame appeared as a special guest on Morrison's television concert show presented by BBC Four series on 25 April and 27 April 2008.

Fame was also founding member of friend Bill Wyman's early band Rhythm Kings, touring with the band. He has also worked with Count Basie, Eric Clapton, Muddy Waters, Joan Armatrading and The Verve.[12]

Super Hits of the 70's

Edison Lighthouse...groovy!

Have a nice day!

I'm addicted to smoothies

My wife and son kept nagging me to get a Ninja Blender. So, two weeks ago at Bell's Nursery I purchased the "Pro" for 99 bucks.
Now we are all hooked. I make at least one batch a day...so does son.
I feel so refreshed whenever I have a tall glass. My hearing becomes more acute and my sight achieves a wonderful clarity. And the taste is simply exquisite!!!
My Favorite Resipe is so superbly simple.

2 trays of ice
2 cups plus of Kiwi, Strawberries, Blueberries, Pineapple and Banana
2 small containers of yogurt (any flavor)
1 small bottle of apple juice
3 tablespoons of Raw Honey

Blend to acceptable Texture

We can't stop drinking these smoothies....
I feel the end is....gulp...near
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