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Added by Tawn Mastrey Foundation on October 11, 2012 at 2:43pm — No Comments
This land called Arizona is in my blood and where I choose to live my life and make my music.
Being born for the desert with a love for swimming, and the fact that this is where the jobs are in my line of day job work, I'm stationed in the Phoenix metro area.
Nonetheless, the thing that attracted me to Arizona was her history. I watched much of it as a kid back in the day when Westerns were televised for kids to watch.
So I know enough to know that Prescott (rhymes with…Continue
Added by Jordan Martin on September 16, 2012 at 12:30am — No Comments
Saw this movie this afternoon. It is set on an island in New England in 1965. Two 12 year olds fall in love, and make a secret pact to run away together. As the authorities hunt for them a violent storm brews off the coast. It starts Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Francis McDormand, Tilda Swinton, Ed Norton, and Harvey Kietel.
Added by Cindy Blando on August 19, 2012 at 2:11pm — No Comments
So tired lately, what's the deal?
Are you finding yourself drained? Are you thinking about Dec. 21st 2012?
I think I'm tired of hearing of thinking about the upcoming Mayan Calendar cycle ending!
So here's what I want to think about first baby Elephants
Second thought Hockey I can't Wait for the…Continue
Added by David Lee on August 18, 2012 at 3:39pm — No Comments
I'm headed to Westercon later today. Probably post a bigger blog about it on monday. Pheonix is 2014 will have a table there. Might even wear my Gods of Wrath T-shirt too. http://www.westercon65.org. I'm am taking a camera with me. Will probably post photos on my facebook page on monday.
Just walking through from the hammock out back to the kitchen up front.
I see Cantori on a Pensacola beach talking Tropical Storm Debby. Immediately I think about Tom Salazar, one of my best friends. We did some radio together in Florida. On the air he was Vinnie or Jack the Smack, cut me sack get, off my back and don't talk back.
We golfed and downed a lot of JD through the years. And today the events of recently just sunk in a little deeper. I've been…Continue
Added by David Lee on June 24, 2012 at 9:25am — No Comments
I'm sure by now that everyone has heard the news that Geoff Tate and the rest of QR have parted ways. Its bittersweet for me. I have been a QR fan since the beginning. I was in the fan club from The Warning album until about the year 2000. I was involved in the QR pen mates club and participated in Seattle '96 (pen pal get together). I still keep in touch with a few of my former pen pals on facebook. Most of us QR fans are happy about this news. After Chris DeGarmo left so did the…Continue
Added by Cindy Blando on June 20, 2012 at 1:39pm — No Comments
Saw this a few days ago. It was okay. A better movie to rent, watch with friends, and make snide comments during the movie. This movie was definately geared towards teenage girls. That is all.
Added by Cindy Blando on June 8, 2012 at 5:51am — No Comments
Yes, its another movie review. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel stars Dame Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy, and the guy who was in Slumdog Millionaire (can't remember his name). Brithish retirees in financial straits move to India. Some adjust to India better than others. They were all lured by the fancy brochure. What they find when they get to India is a run down building with a kid with big dreams. Everyone who moved to India had their own back story, and they all had different…Continue
Added by Cindy Blando on May 23, 2012 at 6:13am — No Comments
Saturday night Kill Devil Hill played the Backstage Bar and Grill (Tacoma, WA). The opening bands included American Wrecking co., and Stone Bender. A friend of mine from the Mechanism road crew went to go pick up the singer for Kill Devil Hill at the hotel. He waited an hour, and the guy never made it out of his room. The opening bands were awesome. They didn't have any major problems. The sound system was perfect. Then Kill Devil Hill went on. The band had attittude problems from…Continue
Today is the day I realize a lifelong dream.
Well I may have told you the story before so h ere's the short version. As I grew up I loved radio, I would listen to the DJ's on the radio and thought that had to be the coolest job in the world! it started with a little red & white transistor radio when I was…Continue
Added by David Lee on April 25, 2012 at 6:20am — No Comments
First sorry I've been so busy but if you keep up with ZonaRocks.com you know allot of changes going on, thanks to all who have joined the site and all those who will be joining. Soon Membership will have it's Privillages!
Yesterday i talked about this chick Daphne Selfe, she's 83 and the worlds oldest Supermodel. Here's the…Continue
Yes, its movie review time again. Salmon Fishing In the Yemen stars Ewan McGregor as a fisheries expert hired by a PR consultant on behalf of a billionaire Sheik. He wants to bring fly fishing to the middle east. McGregor's character is skepitcal at first. But the PR firm is looking for a feel good story out of the middle east for a change. So things progress, but along the way terrorists try to sabatage the dream. And there is also family drama too. I took a friend with me. My…Continue
Added by Cindy Blando on April 18, 2012 at 7:56am — No Comments
Is anyone going to LepreCon this weekend? The offcial website is: http://www.leprecon.org. I'll be at norwescon starting tomorrow. (I'm a geeky rocker chick.) http://www.norwescon.org. I noticiced on the LepreCon site that Steven Furst is a guest of honor, and there will be a toga party. sounds fun. LepreCon in 2014 will be a big convention in the USA when worldcon goes to London. Might have register for…Continue
Added by Cindy Blando on April 4, 2012 at 2:44pm — No Comments
I went to comic con at the convention center in downtown Seattle yesterday. It was really crowded. I met Edward James Olmos, and Lea Thompson. I didn't get autographs though (cause they wanted $50). Wil Weaton was also there, and he didn't charge for autographs. But there was a really long line that I didn't feel like standing in. There was also a panel on Adult Origami. Who knew you could make naughty bits out of little pieces of paper. After comic con, my friends in the band…Continue
Added by Cindy Blando on March 31, 2012 at 7:58am — No Comments
Added by David Lee on March 26, 2012 at 7:33am — No Comments
Some of you who know me from facebook know that I was with The Rev David Wayne from 2003 - 2005. Last week one of David's ex band mates (Nacho) was up here visiting from San Antonio. Met up with Him, his girlfriend, and another ex Reverend member Jay Wegener. They were on their way to visit David's brother who lives in Vancouver, WA. Last night ran into two other ex members of Reverend. John Stahlman was playing with a band called "Faces Pale" at Louie G's out in Fife, WA. Todd Stotz…Continue
Added by Cindy Blando on March 17, 2012 at 7:03am — No Comments
Daylight savings time is this weekend. Switching clocks ahead one hour is stupid. Whoever thought of this was stupid. Rant over. That is all. Back to your regularly scheduled program.
Yes kids its another movie review. Saw it this evening before it left the theater. Gary Oldman stars at a british spy in the 70's. He's forced out of the agency. And then he's brought back in to investigate a botched mission in Budapest. Colin Firth, and John Hurt are also in this. It was a good movie. I have liked Gary Oldman in everything I have ever seen him in. If you like spy thrillers this is a good one. It was rated R. There was some nudity here and there too.
Check out this beauty mate!
Christened as the Argyle Pink Jubilee, the diamond was found in mining giant Rio Tinto's Argyle diamond mine in Western Australia's East Kimberly…Continue
Added by David Lee on February 24, 2012 at 8:00am — No Comments