Monday, October 01, 2012
After about six months of regular postings on the main bloggo, Corinna has taken the plunge and started a 'Watcher of the Skies' blog of her own as part of the CFZ Bloggo Network.
And so another working week begins. We are rushing around like the proverbial headless chickens trying to get everything sorted out before Corinna leaves tomorrow. The ever lovely Jess H is in the office with me today, and I hope we shall achieve great things today...
My brother-in-law Antony sent me a brief message on Facebook. He basically agreed with what I wrote yesterday about The Beach Boys on Later with Jools Holland, and sent me the following link. The story of how this band is unravelling before our eyes continues, and I make no apologies for featuring it heavily here on the Gonzo Daily. This is rock and roll history in action...http://gonzo-multimedia.blogspot.com/2012/10/the-beach-boys-not-having-that-much-fun.html
I often post links to stories about various Gonzofolk, but on the whole these tend to be 'professional' links; to reviews and interviews that have been conducted by websites that are known for doing such things. It is nice, therefore, to find the blog of just an ordinary person who just happens to like Michael Des Barres.
Another visit to the singular universe of Thom the World Poet
I have had these two reviews of the latest Erik Norlander CD/DVD packages floating about for a week or so now, and I am glad of the opportunity to post them...
News from the fabulous Cristiano Roversi about his new album 'AntiQua'.
A link to a very revealing interview with the massively groovy Paul Kantner...
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Posted by Jon Downes at 10:32 AM
The hunt for British Big Cats attracts far more newspaper-column inches than any other cryptozoological subject. There are so many of them now that we feel that they should be archived by us in some way, so we should have a go at publishing a regular round-up of the stories as they come in. In September 2012 Emma Osborne decided that the Mystery Cat Study Group really deserved a blog of its own within the CFZ Blog Network.
Here is the latest tranche of news...
New on Frontiers of Zoology:
Another Bigfoot Evidence notice also came out this morning:
New on Benny's Blog, another of Hollywood's mysteries:
Oh, and another Birthday Notice just went up at Cedar and Willow:
On this day in 1982 the Disney Epcot theme park opened. It's difficult to explain to anyone who has never been to Epcot just how bizarre it is but it's a bit like transporting yourself into a live version of the episodes of BBC's 'Tomorrows World' where they got everything wrong, and following it up by asking UKIP to tell you about the diverse nations of Europe and then removing all the swearwords.
And now the news:
- How ‘Silent Spring’ Ignited the Environmental Move...
- New Jersey Meadowlands -Diamondback Terrapins & ot...
- State inmates raise frogs, butterflies to aid rese...
- The battle to find sasquatch
- CAN THIS CAT PREDICT DEATH?
- 'Dragon' rumours scare Kashmir residents
- Dingo repopulation could control feral animals
- Wildwood defends badgers against the cull - via Ga...
The actually quite good Spaceship Earth ride at Epcot: