Saturday, November 12, 2005

New picture........

Yeah, yeah- I know a grandma riding a chopper has nothing to do with bicycles or donuts but it's my there.

I was listening to a couple podcasts last night concerning PC repair and some folks called in with their computer problems..........The more I listen to folks with simple problems that totally stymie them- the more I think I am making the right move by going back to school......

I like all kinds of music, I've been on a blue grass kick lately........not sure why but I'm really digging this guy. He died back in 2001 but his music is still popular.

About the only kinds of music I can't get my head around are country and rap/hip-hop.

Country music? I'm sorry but trying to listen to anything made in the last 25 years or so is like taking your fingernails down a 5 mile long chalkboard. I'd rather take a beating then have to listen to it. It's just crap.

Rap music? I guess it's okay, it's just not my bag.

This is today's "Song of the Day" Trust me-you'll either like this or you'll hate it-no middle position on this one kids...........

Enough music for one day, I gotta get some zzzz's I'm going to actually attempt to ride my bike later today.

Thanks for reading.


Ptelea said...

John Hartford has a special place in my heart. I had the great fortune to see him perform at a very tiny coffee house in Nashville when I was a teenager (back in the late 1960's). He was warm and real and interacted with the audience as if we mattered to him. Years later, I saw his tour bus parked on the street in Boulder, Colorado. The windshield was plastered with parking tickets as if they had been ignored for days!

The Donut Guy said...

Hey thanks for reading, I really like your blog- I am going to link to it on my links section. Please don't feel the need to reciprocate as mine isn't always exactly P.C. :-)

Anonymous said...

Along the bluegrass lines: If you haven't yet, try out Jim and Jennie and the Pinetops:

It looks like their site hasn't been updated in a while, but if you see a copy of "One More in the Cabin," pick it up. There's a new album out, but I haven't heard it.

They're also originally from PA, so there's a local connection.