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  1. 3/31/20 Heart https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rO6n4fzF-U
  2. On the news this morning they are predicting 200,000 deaths in the USA as the low number!
  3. I think Tom said it right. "Money Is King"
  4. Almond pizzelles done. I must be doing something the same way. I came out with 88 pizzelles again, the same number as the other day making Anise. Now I'm up to 976 pizzelles or 81 1/3 dozen for 2020.
  5. Yeah, there comes a time in everyone's life that sooner or later they will realize they can't "take it with them" and should share while they are alive. It's too bad that people are on their death beds before they realize it. There is no sharing when you are dead, you've already passed up the chance and can NEVER get it back again. Peter Fonda once said to The Beatles "I know what it's like to be dead" and John Lennon wrote a song about it. Peter said that because he was high as a kite and was never dead. A lot of people have been dead and came back that can say that including me! I believe I've been dead 2 times, the 1st after a heart attack and surgery that left me in a coma for 12 days and in the hospital for a month back in 2013. The 2nd time was last year after Cancer surgery (9 hours) and the following day had a life threatening blood clot and was rushed back into surgery for a 2nd time in 2 days to open my throat again from ear to ear! But I made it and so far am doing well. Probably will never talk right again, let alone sing or be able to eat right, but I'm alive. And that brings me back to where I started this post. Give while you can, tomorrow may be too late or never come at all. The artists we know and love can give their music to the world while they are alive, but their heirs will most likely sell it for "CASH FLOW"! After a major life threatening operation, doctors say people have a tendency to get emotional and I think that's true. I have a new way of looking at things and want to share and give to people that need help. SO, if you can do anything to help a neighbor or anyone, do it. Even if you can only afford to give $1 to animal charity, food band or anything in your home town, give it a shot. You'll feel a lot better, trust me.
  6. Today another batch of pizzelles. I'm gonna try Almond for the 1st time. If they come out good, I'm gonna try ALMOND-PISTACHIO blend as soon as I buy Pistachio extract. I still have to try Vanilla too. I'll be back later to let you know how many Almond I made today. Stay home, listen to music and enjoy yourself. Life is good!
  7. We know Tom used old movie titles for titles of his new songs, such as "A Face In The Crowd". So, today's question is did Heart get the song title for "Dreamboat Annie" from watching the 1933 movie "Tugboat Annie"? I don't know the answer, so I was hoping one of our expert Farmers might know.
  8. Here's another thing to do on lockdown. Get out your guitars and change the strings on them. If you have a RIC 12 string, that'll take you a day!! I broke a string on my Guild 12 string the other day and found that I only had 6 string acoustic sets. I only have RIC electric 12 string sets on hand. So I ordered 2-12 string sets (10-47) of D'Addario EXP38 coated Phosphor Bronze and they arrived already. So I have to replace that .08 G string now.
  9. ^ I give some away to relatives and my daughter. I'd say for every 7 dozen made, I give 4 dozen away.
  10. ^^ Tomfest, since you have the 12 string out, try "Give A Little Bit" or anything by McGuinn or even "If I Needed Someone" and "Words Of Love".
  11. I just made another 88 pizzelles with Anise flavor. That brings my total for 2020 to 888 pizzelles or 74 dozen. I may make a couple batches tomorrow and try Vanilla and Almond. After that I should be running low on Orange and Lemon and tackle those flavors next weekend.
  12. The Abbey Road crossing made famous by the Beatles is — finally — sporting a fresh coat of paint. The site has been a popular stop for tourists and locals since the release of "Abbey Road," the group's 11th album, in 1969. The album's cover features a shot of George Harrison, John Lennon, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr in the crosswalk. The constant traffic made it hard to touch things up, but with Britain reporting more than 14,000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus, according to Johns Hopkins' tracking data, the country is now under lockdown. With streets largely cleared, work crews took advantage of the slowdown this week to repaint the crossing, which is adjacent to Abbey Road Studios.
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