5 Responses to History

  1. TD Pittsford says:

    Good heavens, no history? What’s happened to it? It’s obviously gone from everywhere because none of our kids knows any of it and our “leaders” certainly haven’t learned a thing from it. For that matter neither have the voters. The continue to vote for the same crazy, inept, selfish, arrogant, single-minded political fools, over and over and over again.

  2. Chris Peterson says:

    Still tilting at windmills, I see.

    The average citizen doesn’t vote, the ones that do are presented with the same lame choices, and we don’t pay any of them near as much as those who write the legislation they desire.

    My personal outrage has turned into sarcastic murmurs at a 50 inch TV on a very limited basis.

    • rlcrabb says:

      Hey Chris! Glad to see you’re still alive and kickin’. It’s just like you told me many many years ago: the wind doesn’t blow in Nevada County, it sucks!

      • Chris Peterson says:

        Although that may still be true, I have come to understand that the rain here in Oregon sucks even worse. Alive? Yes, but not so much kick. I am coming to truly understanding the great mysteries of life like, why did my Dad switch to suspenders late in life, and why did he have a pair of reading glasses in every room when he died.
        But I am enjoying my moments, such as finding out, after many years of absence, that an old friend has his own blog. Good to hear from you too, my friend.

        *Blog. I think you and I would have had our fun with that word, back in the day.
        And could you make the math questions a little easier at the bottom of my posts? I did go to NU, you know.

  3. George Halstead says:

    Thanks for sharing your experiences with Doc. I have heard him speak often of those days in Atlanta. My wife and I traveled to Atlanta to visit him and stayed with Charlie Williams and his wife while there. It is too bad that the band did not get the big break they deserved, but friendships that lasted decades came out of those hard times. We will all miss Doc greatly. Doc was my soul mate, best friend for life and my twin brother. We shared a loving relationship and many good times over the years from our youngest days to the Friday after Thanksgiving that we spent together with all the kids, grandkids and Doc. He was loved by all and he received many hugs and “I love you’s” from us all when he went back to Penn Valley. That was the last time we saw him and I will always treasure that day with him.

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