Frank James and 16 Personalities at the Therapist

Frank James has some funny Youtube videos, like this one:

 

Oldies! “In Love” by Mike Sheridan and the Night Riders

Get up & dance!   🙂

Love the reverb in the Vocals.  There’s just something about that song. The kind I could rewind and play again 3 more times.  This is “In Love” by Mike Sheridan and the Night Riders.  A 60’s british rock-n-roll oldie.    Share this.  Enjoy!

 

“Nothing Can Change This Love” by The Merseys.

I Love it!

Melody. Harmonies. Beat. Feeling. It’s all there.  This is a 60’s Oldie called: “Nothing Can Change This Love” by The Merseys.

We need more music with harmonies like this, today!

 

 

Oldies: Hon-da Beach Party 1964 by the Hondells

I love the reverb guitar. Some nice work here.  Enjoy!  This is “Hon-da Beach Party 1964” by the Hondells.

 

How People Feel: taking another look

I am surprised that I haven’t seen or read of someone else already mentioning this, so I thought I’d share.

Chances are, you’ve already heard it said, many times, that: “people may not remember what you said, but they’ll remember how you made them feel.”

Chances are, most of us reading that would easily agree with it and feel its true. And so, we leave it at that. We believe its true, we agree, and we pretty-much stop thinking about it and leave it right there.  I’ve don’t that myself, too.

And that is sort of the problem. We’ve stopped thinking any further.

I am being more watchful of the people who say that. Are they practicing what they preach? Are they setting an example? (They want everyone else to). Are they “walking-the-walk?” Or are they hypocrites?

And then you get the people who are uncaringly hurtful verbally and repeatedly and they try to justify it by quickly saying: “I’m just being honest. I call a spade, a spade.” (As if nobody else does). Do either of these people really care how *they* make others feel? But they want you to care. And be aware. And be watchful of yourself.

We can see similar things going on in other areas of life, too, like: :

It’s all-the-rage these days. Seemingly everybody-and-their-dog loves to rave on about:

  1. “giving back” and–
  2.  “making a difference” but—-8 times out of 10, they’re really  more concerned about getting recognition and praise for “making a difference” (would they have still done whatever if they couldn’t tell anyone they did it? I wonder. I really do) and——- for all the politically correct talk about giving-back-to-the-community, these same people never seem to be able to tell you exactly, specifically, WHAT did the “the community” ever do for them in the first place that they would feel the need to “give back?”  You will likely see a big Blank here, as apparently not 1 person in 50 will verbalize or specify anything definite.

Kindness to others is a good and positive thing, but It would appear that the problem is that too often when things are True, its easy for us to say: yeah, that’s true, I believe it…….and then not do it, or practice it.  Even the Golden Rule. And at other times, to do good, but to be unable or unwilling to tell others why we do it. Like “making a difference”. Suppose you were stranded on a sunny island with lots of abundant fruit growing and a fresh water stream and no wild animals, but no other people on the island. Now you cant do anything for others. How will you “make a difference?” There’s no one else there, to do anything for. What will you do? Would life automatically be meaningless? Could you still find a way to be Happy?

Wipe Out by the Surfaris. 1962

Here’s “Wipe Out” by the Surfaris.    1962.   Rock on!

Thanks, YouTube.       https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YusHyd-duQ

Also scroll down and see my last 6 posts.  Enjoy!  Tell your friends.

Star Wars & The Star Forge

Before Darth Vader, before Emporer Palpatine, before Yoda, even before the Old Republic, there was:

 

The STAR FORGE. This was an automated shipyard which could build a massive and nearly endless supply of spaceships, battle droids, etc.

 

It was built by The Rakata, a vicious, cruel race of beings who were very dark-side and who did rule a vast and very large part of the Galaxy. Sadly, they would rule far too long, for many thousands of years. But eventually, the tide turned against them. Here, we learn about their great creation: “The Star Forge”.  Thanks to The Scoundrel’s Cantina and Youtube.  🙂