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About Strider

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    Blue-Eyed Merle
  • Birthday 07/29/1962

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    Livin' long enough to see Pontiac Silverdome 1977 released on DVD. 1970 Bath, 1971 Japan soundboards, 1968 Europe and UK tours are also ones I hope to live long enough to see.

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  1. Memorial Day Cinema. I have the utmost respect for the submarine crews. No way I would've wanted to be on one of those tin cans. Don Rickles! 😮
  2. Which was a trumped-up ruse, as well.
  3. Because May 23 is Douglas Fairbanks birthday. The original swashbuckler and the First King of Hollywood. "The Black Pirate".1926. One of the first films shot in two-strip Technicolor.
  4. Happy 45th anniversary to the 3rd night at Earls Court...May 23, 1975! All aboard the Zeppelin Express! I do have a question for anyone who attended any of the Earls Court concerts. Did the acoustic guitar get swallowed up by the Earls Court acoustics and make it difficult to hear?
  5. Yeah. Don't let 'em piss on your leg and tell you it's raining.
  6. Quarantine Cinema Day 65. It wasn't just the music that made the 1970s so much fun...the movies were great, too.
  7. When the going gets weird the weird turn pro. The quackery that is proliferating is funny. Fortunately, I am nowhere near these people. https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/may/22/us-stores-against-face-masks?fbclid=IwAR3NdnUXCmgTHZy1UyCpU8fzrjqDY3rni4aqyZL-ngQqbHW2_gJg7kpRoic
  8. Strider

    2020 NFL Thread

    The only NFL pregame show that mattered. R.I.P. Phyllis George. And she was married briefly to wild man Hollywood producer Robert Evans. Man, that must have been a wild courtship. Brent, Phyllis, Irv, and Jimmy the Greek on CBS every Sunday morning from September to January. There isn't a woman in sports television today that doesn't owe a debt of gratitude to Phyllis George.
  9. If I haven't said it before I'll say it now...I love, I adore Pre-Code movies. The movies made roughly from 1929-34, before the Hays Code took effect over all Hollywood studio movies. Not only is it a chance to see classic dames such as Barbara Stanwyck, Jean Harlow, Mae Clarke, Carole Lombard, Kay Francis, Myrna Loy, Bette Davis, Marlene Dietrich, Loretta Young, Greta Garbo, Joan Crawford, Miriam Hopkins, Claudette Colbert, Ginger Rogers, Irene Dunne, Norma Shearer, Joan Bennett, Joan Blondell, Mae West when they were young and wild...but these movies are usually short. Most are around 65-80 minutes, which means you can knock off a few in one night. Which I did last night.
  10. Using a lot of my free time to sort through and clean my records.
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