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Prattling before the Pratfall

Last Build Date: Sun, 16 Apr 2017 03:32:15 +0000


Bob Taylor. The Greatest Man You Never Heard Of.

Sun, 16 Apr 2017 03:26:59 +0000

United they fall

Mon, 10 Apr 2017 19:18:58 +0000

Listen to this tone-deaf former CEO of Continental Airlines, commenting on a passenger — claiming to be a doctor — being forcibly dragged off of a United Airlines plane. The customer’s crime? Refusing to take $800 to voluntarily give up his paid-for seat on an overbooked flight. Apparently, when there aren’t enough takers on these … Continue reading United they fall

The ‘Publich’ Domain

Sun, 09 Apr 2017 05:25:04 +0000

James Warren ran a rather unique publishing company. He didn’t pay top dollar for top talent, and instead offered creative freedom that attracted some of the best artists working at the time to draw stories in Creepy, Eerie, Blazing Combat and, later, Vampirella. The contributors included Frank Frazetta, who was painting covers for Warren during … Continue reading The ‘Publich’ Domain

Shelley’s Suitors

Wed, 05 Apr 2017 03:20:35 +0000

Here’s a fun musical novelty that I somehow hadn’t noticed until now. James Darren, Paul Peterson, and Shelley Fabares were the “Teenage Triangle.” The title and cover design of the album implied a romantic competition for Shelley’s affection, which is a bit odd considering that Paul had played Shelley’s kid brother on “The Donna Reed … Continue reading Shelley’s Suitors

By Request

Thu, 30 Mar 2017 02:16:57 +0000

Darlene Edwards, because you asked for it, Morris!

Two Definitions of Perfection

Mon, 27 Mar 2017 04:39:12 +0000

My friend Morris will appreciate my saying this. I think this is absolutely superb. I hold this in equal esteem. Both were recorded, coincidentally, in 1959, in the same studio.