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Everything posted by CorvairJim

  1. "Life is so strange when its changin', yes indeed, Well I've seen the hard times and the pressure's been on me, But I keep on workin' like the workin' man do, And I've got my act together, gonna walk all over you... "
  2. One more for today. I gotta use some of my "Corvairs on TV and in the movies" photo files on here! This is from a popular 1960's TV show... :
  3. I don't want this one from a couple of days ago to get overlooked.
  4. "I don't care where I go, When I'm with you, When I cry, you don't laugh, 'Cause you know me... "
  5. Actually, that's what I meant. The "r" was a typo: It's right next to the "e", I have big fingers, and sometimes forget to use spell check!
  6. "Lonely Ol' Night", by John Mellencamp
  7. "Leftoverture" and "Point of Know Return"... Two of the greatest albums of all time!
  8. Absolutely correct on all counts! He was known for his westerns, but he was one bas @$$ cop in McQ! I understand taht "The Green Hornet" was a genuine Super Dutycar and they actually destroyed it in that scene, NOT a rebuilt, junkyard stand-in! WHATTA WASTE! This is the car that Scott mentioned being propelled butt-over-teakettle by a hunk of phone pole being shot out from under where the front passenger seat used to be. It was supposed to roll over once, maybe twice... Not several times! So here's my next pic open for guesses... Since we've been doing Cadillacs recently. This one's from a TV show:
  9. "Why don't you go get him - I'm his biggest fan, You gotta tell him - I'm his biggest fan, Long distance baby - I'm so far from home, Don't you think maybe you could put him on... " Well whaddaya know... "HE KNEW"!!!
  10. "He had a different idea, A glimpse of the master plan, He could see into the future, A true visionary man... "
  11. Getting into novelty records now, huh? "A Waster Of Money", by Allan Sherman
  12. "Nothing From Nothing", by Billy Preston
  13. The info we received when we adopted Pierre was that the owner, a high school boy, came from a single-parent home. He went away to college and couldn't take him, and his mom didn't want the hassle. So yes, there was an aspect of misfortune, but mom could have been more understanding about her son's pet. Or junior could have been more proactive in finding someone else to care for the cat. Whatever the case, we are certainly thankful that Pierre was turned in to the SPCA instead of being cut loose onto the street so that we could give him his "Forever Home". Our daughter adopted out her cat when she moved away because my wife, her stepmom, is allergic to cats. Rose has to take several prescriptions already, so Sarah didn't want to make her continue the allergy meds in adition to those. When that arrangement fell through, we brought "Aggie" back to our home. Allergy or not (OTC allergy meds are great!), that was one of the best decisions we ever made. Aggie was a joy to have back in our lives for her final 7 or so years. We grew to miss having a pet more and more in the years since Aggie passed away, so we decided that it was time to do something about it. It's great to be able to just take a lazy day enjoying your family like you could today. Being empty-nesters, we miss those times. Enjoy the heck out of them while you can!
  14. "500 Miles", by Peter, Paul, and Mary (among others)
  15. I know who it is, and I know the song, but I'm staying away from this one due to some very damaging and inflammatory things the singer said about Jesus Christ a few years ago. As a result of those misguided statement, I'll have nothing to do with this performer who I used to really like. Too bad this person is so misguided. I'll shun any more references to this person as well. I hope I didn't give any clues with this little rant of mine.
  16. #1) "One Way Out", by The Allman Brothers #2) "Karn Evil 9", by Emerson, Lake, and Palmer
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