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There I was, working diligently on several Medium articles. I have lots of ideas to get out and not all of them are about music. Mostly, but not all.
The challenge was:
If this idea is on your Radar, here’s Hawkeye’s original challenge. (I’ll have to leave it to others to say if Pierce/Hawkeye is a.k.a. Hotlips too.)
I was going to M*A*S*H the song and movie articles together but I think the original idea was to do two separate pieces. Anyway, it got too long so the songs article will come another time. I’ve never written about movies before.
My brain capacity is clogged with 159.26 Terrabytes of music and football stuff so there’s no space for much else. I enjoy films but I can’t retain the names of the actors, directors or even the films because my disk is full. Unless it’s Clint Eastwood of course. I know all of his work. Even Cry Macho and those monkey films.
Anyway, here goes and please bear with me on this — remember I’m working with restricted brain RAM.
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