Feel Good Friday (FGF) / Just A Little Something / Music / Something Cool / Uncategorized

Taking a really HUGE leap here!! Anywho… check out “the thought”


Okay fellow friends, readers and listeners alike… As I continue to go through the [new] journey of  the radio ‘thang’… I was thinking if there are any [un-signed] artists that have a flare for the musical intro ear (no more than a 10 second intro), maybe we can collaborate.  I’ll be very clear with this … Continue reading

Just A Little Something / Mid-Week Jam (MWJ) / Music

Mid-Week Jam (MWJ): “Lolly, lolly” by Wendy and Lisa


Okay.  I keep getting calls from some ‘olde bud’s’ as of late from the past and I find it cool.  As with any ‘convos’ of those types– we seem to find ourselves traveling down “memory lane” with our common interests, especially when it comes to music.  Well– here’s a “treat” from what seems to be … Continue reading

Comedy / Funnies / Just A Little Something / Something Cool / Uncategorized

“Ramsey and Pablo”… “America’s Cutest Couple”


Okay– since there are so many heavy things going in the world these days, I figure it never hurts to ‘spread a lil’ sunshine’ from time to time.  This is for all the pet owners out there (sorry to the cat lovers but I’m a dog lover personally).  I was introduced to this duo about … Continue reading

Feel Good Fridays (FGF) / Music / Something Cool

Feel Good Fridays (FGF): “Perfect Match” (A Spike Lee Joint)


A flashback to a time: “The Northeast Blackout of 1965 was a significant disruption in the supply of electricity on November 9, 1965, affecting Ontario, Canada and Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, New York, and New Jersey in the United States. Over 30 million people and 80,000 square miles (207,000 km2) were left without electricity for up … Continue reading

DAMN SHAME / Politics and all that jazz / Serious Shit / Some History (to remind us all)

Only One of Three Americans Know that Bush, Not Obama, Signed Bank Bailout


“America’s short-term memory troubles have been both a blessing and a curse for President Barack Obama.  On the downside is the fact that only 34% of Americans seem to know that the government’s bailout of banks in 2008 was enacted under the Bush administration, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center for the … Continue reading