Throwback Thursday

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Throwback Thursday: Selma

The Outside Eyes To become aware of something for the first time is to come upon it in your own…
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Throwback Thursday: Death Be Not Proud

Studebaker Hearse In 1966 I bought a 1939 Studebaker Hearse for 45 bucks. It was in mint condition. The red…
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“90° to Zamboanga”

We are (hopefully) up to speed on the happenings of the 1960s – the Vietnam War, Woodstock, the Haight-Ashbury hippie…
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Throwback Thursday: The Continuum

Dreams are the stuff that awaken you to another life, connected to reality or not. Dreams and memories take you…
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Throwback Thursday: Dylan

Dylan wanted to do something different. Wanted to go in a new direction. Marry the old with the new. That’s…
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Throwback Thursday: A Stoned Caddy in the PCA Championship

The 1965 PGA Championship was nigh, and I had drawn the bad boy of golf, a professional I will not…
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Throwback Thursday: Defending Our Planet Everywhere

We’re well on our way, time dipping into midnight. The five of us assembled underneath the bloated billboard on I-25…
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Throwback Thursday: Lord of the Chainsaws

What do you do when your attempts to do something you absolutely must do are thwarted? Do you quit in…
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Throwback Thursday: The Cover-up of the My Lai Massacre

Were it not for journalist Seymour Hersh, we wouldn’t know about the My Lai massacre of 1968. America didn’t know…
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Throwback Thursday: Disembodied Poetics and Pot with Allen Ginsberg

Allen Ginsberg Et Al I met Allen Ginsberg in the mid-‘70s, when he was living and teaching in Boulder, Colorado,…
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