Monthly Archives: May 2022

Songs of Will T. Massey — “A Rose”

This tune comes from Will’s first independent release in 1987, Pickin’, Poker, and Pick-up Trucks. Growing up in the post-Vietnam era, Will had admired both Bruce Springsteen and Ronald Reagan. This song shows his growing skepticism of patriotic jingoism along … Continue reading

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Kerrville from Afar

“Welcome Home!’ Sign at the entrance to the Kerrville Folk Festival Celebrate 50 years of the Kerrville Folk Festival with a free livestream from the main stage performances. Of course, nothing can compare with the full-blown live Kerrville Folk Festival … Continue reading

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Quick Clips & Silly Spoofs from a King

Alasdair Beckett-King, that is. Who, you might ask? I certainly did after I saw my first short video from this funny fellow. But long before I could try to find anything else about him, I’d already watched a half-dozen of … Continue reading

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Here They Come to Save the Day!

Another in the series of undeveloped ideas, concepts, and works-in-progress that may or may not ever see further development. What the world really needs right now is another group of superheroes here to save the day. Sure, we’ve already got … Continue reading

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Songs of Will T. Massey — “Old Blue”

We’re reaching way back to Will’s first cassette, Pickin’ Poker, and Pick-up Trucks, for this one. Recorded while he was still in school in San Angelo, that first release featured a young fellow just starting as a singer-songwriter, showing some … Continue reading

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A Bush A-Buzz with Bees

Our son popped in briefly yesterday and as he was leaving, he spotted a bunch of bees buzzing around our lilac bush out front. Sure enough, I walked out with him and there’s a few dozen of them flying around … Continue reading

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Granddad Writes of his Memoirs and Retired Life

My grandfather, G. M. C. Massey, wrote memoirs of his life in a series of manuscripts after he turned 80 in 1960. One of his daughters, my mother Dell Buller, did an excellent job editing some portions of the material … Continue reading

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To Boldly Go…Once Again!

This past Thursday was double-up time on our newer Star Trek shows: the final episode of Season 2 of Star Trek: Picard dropped as well as the new prequel series, Strange New Worlds. Two new Star Trek episodes in one … Continue reading

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Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!

A shout-out to all the classroom teachers out there this Teacher Appreciation Week! Hearty thanks to each & every one of you for all that you do to help students of all ages learn what they want and need to … Continue reading

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