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Comment on Time To Go by steve forty

Mon, 24 Apr 2017 03:47:25 +0000

I really congratulate you on your retirement. I have now had more than 8 years retired and I love it. I keep active locally, walk a lot (my body is doing so much better since I started walking several kilometers almost every day) and do everything at the retired pace. I hope you get out west here sometime for a visit. I will show you my fantastic view from my apartment. I love wandering around town on Saturdays especially-I take Skytrain down town and wander from Vancouver Convention Centre to Granville street bridge area of the city, or around the sea wall etc. During the weekdays I wander around my old neighbourhood and talk to all the old timers still there as well as meeting new people in the old "hood". I hope you get a chance to do more of your music, I know how much you love that. Steve Fo

Comment on 63 by Randy Reichardt

Mon, 31 Oct 2016 00:01:37 +0000

Steve: Thank you for the kind words. It was a herculean effort to document Chester's archives, but also very much worth the time and energy to do so. -Randy

Comment on 63 by Steve Johnson

Fri, 28 Oct 2016 02:47:45 +0000

Hi. Just read your finding aid for the Chester Cuthbert collection. What a great finding aid! As a long time sf fan slightly older than you, and a former archivist, that publication resonated with me as being close to the best of all possible finding aids for the given subject. Also, description of the size of the Cuthbert collection made me feel much better about the thousands of books, pulps, and fanzines I have been moving East and West across North America, over the past decades. Of course, Chester had the sense to stay in one place. And his collection was good enough for a university library to accept. In any case... kudos on that finding aid: what a joy to read. Steve Johnson Anchorage, Alaska

Comment on 62. by steve forty

Sun, 26 Jun 2016 03:04:23 +0000

Happy 63rd on Monday Randy. I hope you have had a good year. It is hard to believe I will be 68 later this year, but as long as you have reasonably good health, everything is good. Steve

Comment on 62. by Luap Nosredna

Wed, 01 Jul 2015 01:12:37 +0000

I say, Venerable One. Congrats on 62-ness. Mucho celebrado tantamucho cake-and-eat-it carousel, as they say. I will shortly enter the yawning chasm of the "new 50" zone myself. By the by I have figured out why time passes more quickly with age. It is because as we get older we increase in mass, warping the fabric of space-time. Simple when you think about it.

Comment on You Can’t Take It With You by Randy Reichardt

Mon, 29 Jun 2015 12:03:27 +0000

.: The Justin Hayward concert was great. His guitarist opened with his own set, then he was joined by his guitarist and a female keyboard/synth player. He opened with Tuesday Afternoon, and many times during the set he would chat with the audience. The concert was held in a venue that used to be an old church, so everyone was sitting in pews.