The only alpine parrot in the world, called the Kea.
Been a while since I’ve done this, so here’s ten songs that have been in my head lately. However, I’m not sharing songs I dislike anymore. We don’t need negativity right now. Continue reading “Ten Songs I Like Vol. 3”
This past week the sports world lost a true legend and a great guy in former Phillies and Blue Jay great Roy “Doc” Halladay, who died tragically in a plane crash at the age of 40. Halladay was a dominate right handed pitcher whose career lasted fifteen years. Over the span of his career, Halladay was 203-105 on the mound with a 3.38 ERA and 2,117 career strikeouts. Halladay was an eight-time all-star, two-time Cy Young winner, lead the MLB in wins twice, and had one perfect game and one post season no hitter. Roy Halladay was one of my all time favorites to watch with one of the nastiest 12-6 curveballs in the leagues history. Halladay played the game the way it should be played. Upon Halladay’s death I found myself thinking about the mark he left on the game and the fans, then I began to think about those who we will never be able to see their full potential.
Wu-Tang is here forever.
Today I’m gonna highlight a specific performance by the 90’s rock band Nirvana.
George Nakashima, Woodshop Hero.
Two of my favorite bands of all time come together for a “rivalry” that has toured together and paired for many wonderful rock moments. Today I’m going to attempt to finish ranking the massive combined discography of Foozer.