"You think [i]you're[/i] glad! I have a reason for being grateful to the woollies and their collective contribution to hattery. And remember -- Soylent Green is [i]not[/i] an Irish product! (Nor is Vegemite, but I'm sure I'd like that…"
"Say, I like your beer's name; dogs and brew go together well... maybe that's because some hops smell like a wet dog -- or is it the other way around? LOL Did your Great Dane get fat from slurping the sloshings from the vats? Man --…"
"Hi, Imelda -- I'm enjoying your and Bill's program, as always. Keep up the good efforts! (BTW, the heat's hellish here on the East Coast, too!) Oh, the next time you talk to Niall, ask him if he's familiarized himself with…"
"Well, I'm not in the habit of making the acquaintance of my dinner beforehand. (When I was a kid, we consumed the eggs of my pet hens -- never the biddies themselves. Plus, for the happiness of all, there were roosters, as well, and…"
"Cheers, Donna. ;) The lid is of excellent Donegal tweed, with nice parti-colored specks all through it. (I've wondered if my forebears tended or sheared -- or ate (!) the ancestors of the sheep that contributed their wool to it... LOL M-m-m...…"
"Alan, your inaugural show is tops! I'm really enjoying hearing recordings that aren't part of the regular fare on LI. Except for Christy Moore's On Morecambe Bay, nearly all of it is new to me, or relatively unfamiliar. Please…"
"How do you like that Niall -- giving me a horrid record scratch when I ask for a little Celtic music from a Swiss group with an Irishwoman in it? ;) He's a good lad, though... he found a great live version of "The Good Ship Kangaroo"…"
I'm a sociable, romantic man who sings and plays multiple string and woodwind instruments, and loves music and food from around the world! I want to travel much more than I've been able to do so far, and to absorb the local cultural flavors. I enjoy reading, and I write lyrics and poems. Chow Chows, chickens, and rabbits are some of my favorite pets. There's plenty more, but I guess that'll do for starters... ;)
Whatever I feel I need for balance at the moment! LOL Celtic, of course, British and American folk, Indian (both Eastern and American), The Beatles, psychedelic and progressive rock, classical, and jazz are big on my list.
Currently Reading? (Books Magazines etc)
The Hidden Life of Dogs by Elizabeth Marshall Thomas, Aurian by Maggie Furey, Guitar Player Magazine
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