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The Great Question

If you could have anyone...I mean anyone for your super group, who would you pick? This question was asked the other day by an on air radio personality and I was just wondering to my self as to who I would put into such a musical group? I think the first thing that would need to be set is the type of music and should you build your super group around that. I mean that I would choose Steve Harris from Iron Maiden as my bass player, but you could not really put him along side BB King. Or could you, that is the question. After a week or so of thinking here is what I've come up with so far: Singer Geoff Tate - Queensryche Bass Player Steve Harris - Iron Maiden Lead Guitar Unknown at this time- possible choices might be: George Lynch (Dokken,Lynch Mob),Rik Emmett(Triumph), Brad Gillis(Night Ranger)Steven Gaines(Lynyrd Skynyrd) Lead Guitar Ditto-Kenny Wayne Shepherd,Buck Dharma, Rhythm Guitar Rudolf Schenker - Scorpions Drums Neil Peart-Rush, John Bonham-Led Zeppelin

While I sit...

I'm sitting in the dinning room on one of the rodent's new computers thinking that the weather gods must be somewhat back to normal as it's raining, no realllllly raining here. The beautiful wind is a blowing which rattles the house a little. I went to a 50th birthday party for friend last night and ran into someone that I went to high school with. She was 3 years behind me and I could not remember anything about her. Not even the name rang a bell. Now the fun part...she knew me. Started off on stories about me and as she was going through them....crap, I remember that...and that....and that, OK that's more than we need. Did I just go through high school and not really care about anything? I mean that this is not the first time I have run into someone that knows me and I can't recall anything. And then there is DW standing there asking more questions about things I can't even dispute if I wanted to. However, I did in fact fill this girls parent's Volvo with

For no reason....really no reason at all.

So last week this was my commute to work. And I really thought that this would be the end of the winter driving in the Pacific Northwest. I had visions of sunny weather with the window down and the wind blowing through my fur. But alas, I found myself driving in 6 inch's of snow this week in Everett, Washington. So much for a clean truck. I really should have know better.

Winter Driving

Here we are in March and I'm still fighting snow! I'm looking where I'm going....not that it's doing me any good. To the right...cliff going up. To the left..cliff going down. Good thing I have auto pilot.