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  1. Greetings From The Heartland !

    Quote Originally Posted by Green Manalishi View Post
    Greetings Humanoids ! It feels good to hang a bit with like - minded citizens . I believe I was registered here earlier this decade or possibly , the actual Van Halen site - I don't remember . I had a few technical difficulties and I dropped outta life for awhile . I recently re-registered at the Black Crowes and the Ted Nugent site as well .

    I'm proud to say that I've been a serious fan of the real Van Halen since the almighty first album way back in '78 . I have seen them 5 times and DLR himself at least that many times as well .

    Thanx for havin' me ! Let's motor........
  2. U.S. Army unveils a trove of soldiers' war paintings

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) An American soldier stands alone amid the long grass of a Vietnamese field accompanied by the helicopter that brought him there while a few other soldiers are seen in the background.
    "Landing Zone," a somber depiction of the Vietnam War in 1966 by soldier John Wehrle, is among about 300 paintings by U.S. servicemen and women that will be unveiled to the public for the first time at Philadelphia's National Constitution Center in September.

    Click image to see war paintings from U.S. servicemen, women

    The exhibition is also designed to enable active and retired servicemen and women to give their relatives a realistic view of their experience of war.
    "If a soldier takes his family to the museum, I want them to be able to say, 'That's what it was like,'" Cervantez said.
    Other soldiers/artists will be invited to submit their works to an online gallery for possible display in a computer kiosk within the exhibition. The show runs from September 24 to January 10, 2011 and will then tour other U.S. cities.

    For more information and the complete article click here

    A link to the National Constitution Center

    The introduction of the exhibit from the National Constitution Center

    Updated 07-20-2010 at 09:32 PM by Blaze

    News of interest , Art
  3. Twitter

    I created an account on twitter today.
    I browsed other people's comments over there for a while and found that place was not worth creating an account. totally boring.
  4. Ridiculous.

    Quote Originally Posted by Seshmeister View Post

    Without scientists how would we do this?

    Updated 07-20-2010 at 09:33 PM by Blaze

    From the Members
  5. The Statesboro Revue - "Red Headed Woman"

    Updated 07-20-2010 at 09:33 PM by Blaze

    Music of Interest