Good Morning Everyone!
Whooo!!! It's October already! Pretty soon we'll be buying tons of candy at Costco and Sam's much of which will never reach a trick or treater's sack. Why do we do this to ourselves??? We just did that last year and look where it got us. Will we never learn? It's time to change tactics!
This year I think I'll dress up in some lame hobo's costume and take an empty beer stein door to door.
Did you know that we get statistics on our website? Our site is attended by over 200 UNIQUE individuals weekly. On average 1,000 pages are viewed each week. Who the heck are all these people?
WELCOME TO ALL OF YOU WHO ARE NOT US!!!
(Is that grammatically correct?)
The most viewed?? The flipSide!, followed by Sucks News, PICTURESQUE!, Turntable and Skip's Corner. Note: Skip's Corner goes right to the top when we have new material. Interesting don't you think?
The flipSide this week features "The Band"! . . . . . Sucks News? Well we're introducing you to "Voiceprint" today - Thought you might be interested in how it works . . . Joan and I have it on our financial accounts . . . PICTURESQUE! Do you like to fish?? Bob Warren does! . . . The Turntable continues to feature our beloved HS favorites!
Till Next week / Stay safe and I'll see you on the Turntable!
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The Jelly Beans were a rhythm and blues vocal group from Jersey City, New Jersey. Formed in 1962 by five high schoolers, the group signed with Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller's label, Red Bird Records, in 1963. Working with songwriters Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich, the group released its debut single, "I Wanna Love Him So Bad", in 1964; the song became a hit in the United States, peaking at #9 on the Billboard Hot 100.
"Hey! Baby" is a song written by Margaret Cobb and Bruce Channel, and recorded by Channel in 1961, first released on LeCam Records, a local Fort Worth, Texas label. After it hit, it was released on Smash Records for national distribution. He co-produced the song with Major Bill Smith (owner of LeCam) and released it on Mercury Records' Smash label. The song reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks, starting the week ending March 10, 1962.
Till Next Week