Search this Topic:
Sep 1 16 6:16 PM
TODD TAMANEND CLARK wrote:
Osgood Peabody wrote:I think Thunder-Man was one of those attempts to give Tomahawk an arch-enemy that didn't quite take....
We need a Tomahawk Omnibus!
Sep 1 16 6:19 PM
Osgood Peabody wrote:Here's an interesting ad that you'd have found on the back of romance books this month... assuming this collection included original recordings, and not some bait and switch with shlocky remakes, this was not a bad cross-section of mid-60s pop (published by an affiliate of Charlton, no less!):
Bait and switch all the way. No way that would have been anything but schlocky covers.
Sep 1 16 7:15 PM
Sep 1 16 7:46 PM
Sep 1 16 7:52 PM
Yossarian wrote:So I am riding my bike at the start of September, on Riverside Boulevard not far from Vic’s Ice Cream....
Good writeup! What I want to know about now though isn't Captain America but Vic's Ice Cream.
Yossarian wrote:I read Catcher in the Rye, but it was over my head and since I have never gone back to it I have no idea what I missed.
Catcher in the Rye was actually part of our English class curriculum in twelfth grade. While a lot of my classmates (the girls actually) were saying that they could really empathize with Holden Caulfield, I just thought he was a twerp. I got nothing out of the book and still don't understand why it's supposed to be good. Mind you, as a general point I think fiction should be read (and enjoyed) as opposed to studied (and thus beaten to death).
Sep 2 16 7:28 AM
The albums I bought in September 1966 were:
RIVER DEEP – MOUNTAIN HIGH by IKE AND TINA TURNER
THE MAMAS AND THE PAPAS by THE MAMAS AND THE
TURN ON, TUNE IN, DROP OUT! by TIMOTHY LEARY
The singles I bought in September 1966 were:
"COME ON UP" by THE YOUNG RASCALS
"DEVIL WITH A BLUE DRESS ON…" by MITCH RYDER AND THE DETROIT
"GOING ALL THE WAY" by THE SQUIRES
"HE DOESN’T GO ABOUT IT RIGHT" by WE THE PEOPLE
"IT’S-A-HAPPENING" by THE MAGIC MUSHROOMS
"NINETY-SIX TEARS" by QUESTION MARK AND THE MYSTERIANS
"TALK TALK" by THE MUSIC MACHINE
"THE GREAT AIRPLANE STRIKE" by PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS
"THE OTHER PLACE" by THE SEEDS
"WHY PICK ON ME" by THE STANDELLS
TODD TAMANEND CLARK
The Monongahela River, Turtle Island
Sep 2 16 7:38 AM
Sep 2 16 7:45 AM
Sep 2 16 7:52 AM
Sep 2 16 7:55 AM
Sep 2 16 8:07 AM
Sep 2 16 8:12 AM
Sep 2 16 8:16 AM
Sep 2 16 8:19 AM
Sep 2 16 8:30 AM
Sep 2 16 8:37 AM
Sep 2 16 8:40 AM
Sep 2 16 8:43 AM
Sep 2 16 8:47 AM
Sep 2 16 10:17 AM
Alan wrote:Back in late 1963 my aunt bought my brother a copy of Worlds Finest #163 and me a copy of Rawhide Kid #33, and of course I read both till they dissolved.
© 2017 Yuku. All rights reserved.