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Social Breakfast Media Club Hot Links

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Billy Redden speaks.

Well. Will you look at that.

Warning: This site uses Gookies.

Top 100 Billboard Hits of 1971 includes some awesome classics.

Squirrel monkeys beat the crap out of a man attempting to kidnap one of them from a zoo [via].

“I yield back.” Rep. Billy Long auctions off a protestor at the Twitter hearings.

Seven People Whose Lives Were Ruined by Social Media (and some of them deserved it IMO).

Should the US taxpayer pay for free healthcare for foreigners living in this country illegally? I don’t think so. Should we pay for emergency medical services? Yes, without a doubt.

I bought this 1969 Rhinoceros album for one song only:
Apricot Brandy. Years later I learned that the band was a fabrication of Elektra Records session musicians.

Led Zeppelin’s 1971 hit “When The Levee Breaks” was first recorded in 1929 by Memphis Minnie and Kansas Joe McCoy after the 1927 Missippi Flood.

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2 Responses to “Social Breakfast Media Club Hot Links”

  1. Randy Says:

    So-you’re the other guy that bought the Rhinocerous album. I think I bought it for “You’re my girl” but it may have been for “apricot brandy”. I haven’t listened to that album in maybe 30 years, though I still have it.

  2. Bunk Strutts Says:

    Randy–

    I still have the LP as well, haven’t played it in decades. I might have bought it in the cut out bin, and the cover graphics are cool.

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