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Lisa, it's better to be able to amuse yourself than worry about what amuses others.

One of those over-40 life lessons. Trust me, it's true!


I, too, secretly like Bob Seger. I would say my favorite song by His Hairyness would be Hollywood Nights. Main Street is pretty good. Get Out Of Denver flat-out rocks! Seger truly is the midwest and was barely noticed elsewhere in the country. Can't blame Martin for his hatred of Bob, though. I would be willing to wager that Martin (Brit that he is) secretly adores the musical stylings of Cliff Richard. It's the same thing. Regionally, an incredibly popular artist. Internationally? Not so much. I could be wrong, though. Anyway...time to Turn The Page.......


Come to think of it Lisa, I like Cliff Richard!!! Devil Woman and We Don't Talk Anymore are fantastic pop songs. And the Shadows? John Lennon was licking his chops at the success of that band while he was still playing skiffle in the Quarrymen. Martin probably hates Cliff Richard........


Cliff Richard no... Gary Glitter though... Well *maybe*.

- Martin

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