Wednesday, November 26, 2008

No news todat.... I am still bummed about saying goodbye.

So about being bummed.... FU%K it...
how about some Arlo Guthrie...
First A Motorcycle Song?

and some

Arlo Guthrie - Coming Into Los Angeles - Woodstock 1969
and some...

Arlo Guthrie/City Of New Orleans/Boston Pops
A little bit older....
A little bit wiser.

I use to have very long hair... the AVM took that away from me.

There wasn't a nurse who gave a crap about me, when I stayed in Naples.
I was out of it, I had no idea about my Hair.
Thay let me lay on it for days.
Until it was a mess... my Stepmother took scissors from her purse and cut the offensive mat away.
It really sucked!

So I came back to my house and had my Wife cut it all... #3 blade on the clippers.
I look awful.
Now I look like a 42 year old.
I am a 42 year old... but I don't wanna look like it.
I am going bald.
It sucks!

But I could not put it in a pony-tail. It was just going to hang... at that wasn't very nice anyways.
Well I have to go.... be well.

1 comment:

Clay Eals said...

Good to see your post mentioning Arlo Guthrie's version of Steve Goodman's "City of New Orleans." Goodman often doesn't get his due. You might be interested in my 800-page biography, "Steve Goodman: Facing the Music." The book delves deeply into the genesis of "City of New Orleans," and Arlo Guthrie is a key source among my 1,050 interviewees and even contributed the foreword.

You can find out more at my Internet site (below). Amazingly, the book's first printing sold out in just eight months, all 5,000 copies, and a second printing of 5,000 is available now. The second printing includes hundreds of little updates and additions, including 30 more photos for a total of 575. It won a 2008 IPPY (Independent Publishers Association) silver medal for biography: To order a second-printing copy, see the "online store" page of my site. Just trying to spread word about the book. Feel free to do the same!

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