I went down the rabbit hole and got lost.
Then I found this:
he Road to Totalitarianism
People can tell themselves that they didn’t see where things have been heading for the last 17 months, but they did. They saw all the signs along the way. The signs were all written in big, bold letters, some of them in scary-looking Germanic script. They read …
“THIS IS THE ROAD TO TOTALITARIANISM.”
No one doubts that there is a housing affordability crisis. The problem is the lack of solutions. At present the only solution that ever gets offered is 'build more houses'.
While that would help, no one ever bothers to mention that expanding supply in middle of an economic bubble usually doesn't work out well.
A top Florida Republican not to be confused with the proverbial "Florida Man" has declared vaccinations to be the Mark of the Beast
If you think I have been too hard on King Andrew, read this article: STOP THE PRESSES. UPDATES!!!!! The tide may be turning. I'm going to up-date in the comments.
The video loads very slowly but it is worth the wait.
I remember saying many times back in the 60s "Man, that band sure can play!" after hearing some hot rock and roll on the radio.
Then many decades later I find out that not all things are what they appear to be.
This story may surprise you, I know I was. It may shock you to find out who was really playing those instruments. You may even be a bit disappointed, but I think you'll find this very interesting to say the least.
The Wrecking Crew was a revolving group of studio musicians that played background on thousands of hit songs in the 60s and early 70s. They were the premier session musicians of their time which included future stars Glen Campbell, Dr. John (Mac Rebennack) and Leon Russell, and for you music buffs; Larry Knechtel, Jim Gordon, Jim Keltner, and Chuck Findley, to only name a few. They were all musicians musicians that filled the talent gap that so many acts lacked back then. The producers wanted the best sound they could muster and many of the acts of the time were lacking in that instrumental department.
They were dedicated to their music, playing long hours, making gobs of cash for the producers. They were masters at creating hooks that made so many of the hits back then shoot to no. 1 on the charts. The catchy bass lines, the melodies that burrow into your ear. These musicians were the back bone of 60s pop music.
They weren't well known, but man, these cats sure could play!
The Senate approved an extra $25 Billion for the military by a 25-1 vote that neither the Pentagon, nor the Biden Administration, asked for.
The defense industry wants you to know that it's no big deal.