For all you Floyd fans the book Comfortably Numb - A History Of "The Wall" Pink Floyd 1978-1981 is the last word on everything about "The Wall" If you can pick it up. You won't be disappointed. Everyone involved is interviewed. Rick Hart my better half gets a lot of respect. And some of my pictures of behind the scene are used "credited to Rick" Because I submitted them through him. Just a fantastic piece of work. I thought I would be bored having heard and told the same stories over and over. But I was well entertained and it was fun to hear more about people involved in the other studios and such. It was a major part of my life and this book does a fine job of capturing the moment
Holding onto the past may result in dislocated joints. And in extreme cases the loss of limbs and even death. If you show any of these symptoms just let go
I use it to see whether my sons have added photos, but not much else at this point. I got rid of all of the "cute" apps I had and locked my account into ultra-safe mode. I got annoyed with all the garbage appearing. (so and so wants you to help save the last rhino type stuff lol)
omg.. That is so what happens with my sons... I complain on the phone that they didn't tell me something and they say, "it's on facebook, moooooooooommmm!" Gawd.. lol.. Mostly I don't have a problem going there; I just find it overwhelming at times. I'm working out how to get my shop (not dA, cafepress) integrated with it. But then.. I have to unlock some doors so that people can go there.. and then I run up against my paranoia about people I don't know leaving idiocy on my pages.. *sigh* this reply went on far too long.