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Here’s one from a few years ago, because very few people saw it, and I love October, and I hit ten subscribers! And number 10 is a total stranger! Thank you, Ten. I hope (all of) you like it.
In my back yard this evening, I spotted a tarantula hawk. It made a loud, flitty buzz as it flew, which is fortunate. This is a creature that should not have stealth capabilities. Poised to run back indoors, I watched it fly short distances...
Yes is only two minutes long, but man I’m telling you, it says so many things I need to hear. The first 20 seconds or so is basically bass and saxophone, as if to announce to anyone listening: This is a song by Morphine, thanks for being he...
Last month, I wrote about the song All Your Way from the Morphine album Yes. Today’s song is Scratch. You wanna hear it, here it go:
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Amy is a desert rat who could do with more solitude. She also lives with a mad desire to connect with people, but has better luck with books and music and nature.
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