Video, or audio, or sometimes a quick pic, here are some of my faves.

free website templates's what we are to other animals.
As an apex species, we are their custodians.
This is a tribute to Shirley.

My friends Jim Kerr, and Shelli Sonstein, of Q104.3
talk with Jim Kerr of Simple Minds.

My family on a visit to Q104.3
with Maria Milito, Shelli Sonstein, and Jim Kerr

The Postal Service

My friend, and Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame inductee, Alex Bennett,
who is the force of GABNetâ„¢.

Alex Bennett

"The Big Montage" created and produced by legendary radio broadcaster,
friend, and WPLJ/Q104.3/SiriusXM colleague Pat St. John.

My friend Chris Campion and The Knockout Drops.
See him/them live, or on the tube.

Chris's brother Vic Thrill with The Bogmen.
See him/them live, or Billy Campion tube or Bogmen tube.

Me, with the Campion Brothers, rare show in Rockaway, NY, 2019.

Vic Thrill, Chris Campion and me.

Favorites, The Postal Service with their catchy nuclear disaster song - click the pic.

The Postal Service
The Postal Service

A cover of The Postal Service's "We Will Become Silhouettes" by another favorite, The Shins . Click the pic.

The Shins
The Shins

The Shins. Well written songs, well recorded songs that are easy to listen to or have in the background.

Thanks to steaming music for exposure to The Fratellis while listening to The Shins. One could never find a great band like this on AM/FM radio. 

More infectious catchy music, from Vampire Weekend.

Got to see Supergrass several times and they always played a good show. Sadly, no longer together.

This infectious first recording by Bauhaus often pops into my head and I start singing it. I apologize to my wife because it drives her crazy...well, one of the things I do that does.

While we are on the subject of vampires, here's the oldie "You're Dead" by Norma Tanega that's the theme for What We Do in the Shadows.

That guitar riff reminds me of a Morrissey favorite, "Pregnant For The Last Time."

Matt Johnson is The The. This one always makes me smile.
Click the pic.

The The
The The

There's no more positive song than this Kinks tune.
Click the pic for "Better Things."

The Kinks
The Kinks

Happy little tune by the Count Basie Orchestra, "Cute,"
made even more playful by Jerry Lewis.

He's no Neil Peart, but he's a helluva snare drummer.

One of the funniest TV moments effer!

SCTV sketch with Catherine O'Hara and Andrea Martin,
and she crushes me.

SPOILER: "Three."

The Lemonade Machine is one of the most interesting
Rube Goldberg Machines.

in 1989 this animated short won an Oscar.
Poignant still, for those who MUST know or MUST have.

Videos for your next party? Look no further than Donald O'Finn!

"Green Eggs and Ham" consists of just fifty different words and was the result of a bet between Seuss and Bennett Cerf (Dr. Seuss's publisher) that Seuss (after completing The Cat in the Hat using 225 words) could not complete an entire book using so few words. All but one word has just one syllable.

The 50 are: a, am, and, anywhere, are, be, boat, box, car, could, dark, do, eat, eggs, fox, goat, good, green, ham, here, house, I, if, in, let, like, may, me, mouse, not, on, or, rain, Sam, say, see, so, thank, that, the, them, there, they, train, tree, try, will, with, would, you.

I was lucky to see Brother Theodore live in the Village years ago.
He was one of the most brilliant sinister comic philosophers of any age.

George Carlin on the biggest bullshit story...religion,
and the ten...uh, two commandments.

More religion? Here's Jim Jefferies (or Jeffries) on religion.

The original "Macaroni Boy!"

"Chocolate Rain" by Tay Zonday - I still can't stop watching him!

The "Don Piano" cat. A classic!

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