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Songs I have learned   /  performed:

With Chris:

  • So Lonely
  • Truth Hits Everybody
  • Message In A Bottle
  • Synchronicity II

I think there’s one more, but I can’t recall what it is.

With Rare Form:

  • Do Do Do

With Tribe Called Mike:

  • Born In The 60’s (BIT50’s with altered lyrics)

Songs I’d like to do:

  • Bring On The Night
  • Voices Inside My Head
  • Drive To Tears / When The World Is Running Down (must be performed together)
  • Demolition Man (hard for me, but I don’t care… Love This Song!)
  • Mrs Gradenko

Let me know what you guys would like to do in the comments.

Stupid Is – Repeating The Mistakes Of The Past And Expecting A Different Outcome.

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The Federal Housing Administration is apparently using the Country Wide business model to issue mortgages. Uhm, guys, that didn’t work out too well… when the economy was, you know, good. I guess Sting was right – History Will Teach Us Nothing.

The Blog Is Back!…. sort of

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OK. For those who haven’t been to my humble site in a while… you haven’t missed much. In fact, you’ve missed anything. Because of a major crash at my former hosting service, Sonicfrog.net has been offline for over eight days. Notice I said former hosting service. I just transfered my domain hosting services a new company called Just Host. There is a strong likelihood that I have lost almost three years of blog history, which does not please me at all, but I was not getting much if any info concerning the core of the problems at the old hosting service. I had written them on several occasions asking for more info concerning the crash, and including the fact that I do have IT training and understand the lingo. A few days ago I got an email saying this:

Hello,

We need to file-check against every account manually before restoring it. This is the reason for the delay. It will be completed within 5-6 hours. I ho

Yes, that is the message en-toto. It ends at I ho.  You can understand why I was frustrated and decided to part ways with this service provider. It’s too bad too, because I haven’t had any problems up til now; their service had been pretty reliable. But when the problems came, I was not treated as a valued customer, so it’s time to move on.  I may have lost all my previous bloggy stuff, including the modifications to the layout and a couple of long unfinished drafts concerning California’s continuing water woe’s and budget soap opera (there’s a chance I may be able to recover the old blog data, a slim chance) and eight days worth of e-mail (who cares), but the new host provides more features, more storage space and multiple domain hosting capabilities, all at lower cost. So I’ll call it a push.

Anyway, It feels good to be online again.