"I live in Seattle where there is a terrific radio program called 'Swing Years and Beyond'. It is a five hour show of music from the 1920s throug the 1950s. Each week's show is posted online: http://kuow.org/swingyears"
Perhaps my "three categories" bit was poorly written, because I do not mean that there are only three types, just that those are the dominant ones. I did not put you in one of those (actually, I did not have them in mind, as I wrote that a while ago). Your comment at the top of your page made me believe that you would be open to that article (I have sent it to other people because of similar comments and conversations). So, no offense taken, I appreciate your direct response. And I am glad you found the material useful. Thanks for the kind words.
"I was trying to go for #2, but he said it better. All the others matter to. Keep that list!
#9 -- Telling someone you love her puts pressure on her to say the same, too. I don't think I said it until we were either engaged or…"
Hi All,My name is Nick Vogelgesang (it's German, spelling my name in kindergarten was an adventure). I'm a recent college graduate and have been following the blog for about two years now. Currently I am working as a flight instructor in the Fort Worth area.An older article that got posted to the site's Facebook page indirectly led me to decide that within the next five years I am going to travel in Morocco. Being just out of college and never having travelled further out of the country than…See More
"Paul, I'm glad you pointed that out because it made me actually go back and look, and realize that my comment should have been direct at Terry instead of Jack because this comment....
"Any functioning human being can wait tables. Not…"
"The world needs, America needs, all of our communities need artists, writers, thinkers, academics, and all those types.
A lot of them pursue their path out of passion, because these are not careers that typically pay well or offer stability. But…"
"Again, where's the evidence of these "millions" or even "millions upon millions" besides the casual observation of one person (who has freely admitted that he doesn't associate with any of these millions, which tends to…"