Author Archives: Double K

“We’re No Strangers to Love”

When life’s difficulties start weighing you down, pump up some Rick Astley. Continue reading

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“Darkness Falls Across the Land”

Grizzly ghouls from every tomb are closing in to seal your doom. Continue reading

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“Might As Well Go for a Soda”

Little known Canadian rocker Kim Mitchell and an usual song about soda. Continue reading

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“Well I Won’t Back Down”

I’m angry. So there. RIP Tom Petty. Continue reading

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“Do You Hear Me?”

The band Missing Persons featured in today’s post about words. Continue reading

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From the Vault… “Missing Roger Staubach”

From the vault… an article about one of my earliest loves – Topps NFL trading cards. Continue reading

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“Sunny Days. Everybody Loves Them”

A favorite 80’s ballad asks about being there in difficult times. Continue reading

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“Basketball is My Favorite Sport”

Memories of Jerry Jobe basketball camp with a little help from Mister Kurtis Blow Continue reading

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“She Was a Flower for the Takin'”

“Her beauty cut just like a knife.” – Waylon Jennings Those are some of the iconic lyrics sung by the late, great Waylon Jennings, and a beautiful view of Boulder, Colorado from Flagstaff Mountain. “He was a banker from Macon.” … Continue reading

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“How Do You Like Him So Far?”

A vacation travel piece to the tune of 1981 Loverboy song. Continue reading

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