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P.S. That’s my .gif but it’s not my cat photo. We don’t have a cat.
Will You Ever Be Mine, Donnie Willis (1960)
“The music business is full of crooks and thieves and people who’d stab their mothers for a dollar. And then there’s the downside.”
At 19, Donnie Willis co-founded the Vibra-Harps in 1955 and went solo in 1957, recording dozens of records for many labels and writing hundreds of songs during his career. Willis had first-hand experience getting cheated by record companies and partners in the music business, but found greater success as a “Northern Soul” artist in the UK. Eventually he got sick of it and quit.
The “Pass” is evil.
The Grievance Studies of 2018 (with video!).
Ancient Tardigrade fossil found [h/t Paul Y].
“The morning was calm, but when the wind picked up, and the sheep still did not come in, Grit made the decision for them.”
[Top image found here.]
Funny, Joe Hinton (1964)First recorded by country singer Billy Walker in 1961, Joe Hinton’s version made No. 13 on Billboard’s Top 100, No. 1 on Cash Box Magazine’s R&B list, and was one of Willie Nelson’s first hits as songwriter. The title Funny How Time Slips Away was shortened on the record label. Hinton succumbed to skin cancer in 1968 at the age of 38.
Only Charlie Watts. R.I.P.
Another Funny is posted here.
This is what jellyfish larvae look like. The comments are fun, too.
Someone thought it was a good idea to put antifa (?!) in the classroom.
[Top image: Unknown source, probably from Reddit. h/t rightymouse.]
[Cat Winning h/t rightymouse. Signing Lady captured from Biden speech 8 July 2021. Leafdrop found here.]