R.I.P., Ms. O’Riordan

Dolores O’Riordan, the lead singer of the Cranberries, was found dead in a London hotel on Park Lane. She was 46 years old.

Quite an untimely death. She wasn’t much older than I am.

In tribute, here are the five Cranberries songs which have always been favourites.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2018

Three Songs On Sunday

Doing some writing and gaming today since I’ll be busy doing my “Day of Service” tomorrow.

Enjoy these three Sunday songs.

I’ll be back on Tuesday.

Football Playoffs

Let’s do it, New Orleans!

I know, the conference championships are still upcoming.

Still, seeing the Saints vs. the Jaguars in the Super Bowl would be nice.

I like the Vikings fine, but they are severely overrated this time around.

Besides, Minnesota is hosting the Super Bowl on 4 February. That should be enough.

*** UPDATED***

It was a close game and well-played on both sides. That touchdown in the final seconds of the game was epic.

Congratulations to the Vikings. I’m still rooting for the Eagles in the NFC championship game.

I never root for New England.

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One Song For Sunday… (Re-blogged)

Eyrie Of An Aries

I heard this song on a replay of American Top 40 on Sirius XM Radio yesterday, and thought that it was a perfect song for a Sunday.

Enjoy.

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Worth Repeating

No need to ask if he’s a racist. That has been apparent from day one.

Before that, actually.

Spot On

5 Friday Songs: Good Tracks

Happy Friday! It’s that time again. Here are five songs to get the weekend started off right.

I haven’t heard these for some time. I found them during a dream-stride.

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Full Frontal Thursday: 2018 Premiere

In this first “Full Frontal With Samantha Bee” episode of 2018, Sam deconstructs the “Fire & Fury” book in 2.5 seconds.

Ms. Bee also remembers that she has a Black woman on her staff and realizes that Black women actually watch her show. She gives a token tip of the hat by acknowledging the efforts of those who are out there doing things.

It’s a start.

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Predictable Patterns

There are predictable patterns in nature.

The cycle of the seasons, the phases of the moon, the turning of the tides, or the migration of certain animals spring to mind.

Some people are equally predictable. Just wind them up and watch them go.

Little clockwork contrivances.

Some are amusing, but only for short periods of time. They wear out quickly.

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