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Good Golly Miss Molly

This week Little Richard's Good Golly Miss Molly MP3 download is free on Amazon.com.

They have eight other Free R&B Downloads from Concord Records in celebration of Black Music Month. I believe that Amazon will feature a handful of freebies each week during June.

Good golly!

My computer crashed while downloading.

Second time this week. One of those "serious error" messages comes up.

Why do computer programmers have to make things so complicated?

Before the birds awaken

Before the birds awaken, originally uploaded by lichtmaedel. Wow...

If you've got a moment to wander about you must go and see some of the landscape photography on lichtmaedel's photostream at Flickr.

Every image I found is absolutely lovely!

Open Mind Needed

Never before have I seen so many contradictions in one place as the Earthweek: Diary of a Planet column in my local paper today.

Check it out...

First mini-article this week is about Sunspot Drought (otherwise titled Unusual Absence of Sunspots Sparks Climate Concerns). Yet this time it isn't a warning about global warming, but global cooling.

Yes, you read that right.

As if I didn't have enough to worry about with all this global warming worries, now the planet might cool down again?

Better tell Al Gore to sit down for this news.

It seems the last time there was a fifty year long sunspot drought in the 17th century there was a mini Ice Age. The article doesn't really say that less solar activity leads to less radiation which in turn leads to a cooler climate.

Imagine that .. the sun controls the Earth's climate.

Who'd have thunk?

Some solar scientists figure there is nothing to worry about and we're just seeing a late start in the sun cycle. If they're right, I…