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Re: “The ballad of Fred and Yoko

P. S.: I still have several LP albums, purchased at The Prism and I saw that shop for the last time when I l went home to go help in the aftermath of Hurricane Hugo. His story is tragic, yet not as uncommon as many are suggesting here. I have met many as he here in Southern California, and as this country continues heading towards A The Haves & The Have More Corporate Fascist State, there will be far-more as he. Perhaps, some reading this will learn that Tomorrow is NOT promised to any of us and that we should ALL do some Self-Analysis.....

Semper Fi,
"Major Pain"

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Posted by Michael Brown Parlor on 04/11/2016 at 1:39 AM

Re: “The ballad of Fred and Yoko

1978 - 1981, in-spite of the fact that I was a regular customer, each time I visited his shop, he was arrogant, pompous and condescending, displaying the personality of a cold and wet, greasy dish cloth, with a tinge of bigotry. I began referring to him as Edgar Winter, when I recommended his record shop to others. However, now knowing more about his childhood, I am less-judgmental. May He rest-in-peace.

Semper Fi,
“Major Pain”

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Posted by Michael Brown Parlor on 04/11/2016 at 1:26 AM

 

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