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    Previously an avid golfer, swimmer, woodworker, and modeler. Since 2011 restricted to modeling/woodworking in wheelchair.

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  1. Old Friends/Bookends - Simon & Garfunkel (Bookends album) 1968
  2. A Friend Is A Friend - Pete Townshend (The Iron Man: A Musical album) 1989
  3. Perhaps the woman should have her eyes examined, as she probably just needs new glasses.
  4. Tie Your Mother Down - Queen (A Day At The Races album) 1976
  5. Looks like a chiropractors dream. Gonna need more than a few adjustments to straighten out those necks.
  6. You Don't Know You're Born - Mark Knopfler (The Ragpicker's Dream album) 2002 His guitar work from 3:07 to the end at 5:18 is the highlight of the entire album.
  7. Born To Be With You - Chordettes (This Don Robinson song was released as a single with "Love Never Changes" on the "B" side.) 1956
  8. That's funny, that's what my wife always tells me is my problem. Maybe we're related somehow.
  9. Perhaps a spike or two on that armored tail?
  10. Always With Me, Always With You - Joe Satriani (Surfing With The Alien album) 1987 Always thought this was a cool album cover. (That's the Silver Surfer of Marvel Comic fame.)
  11. Friend Of The Devil - Grateful Dead (American Beauty album) 1970 This song is among the best known songs written by the Grateful Dead. I have it on "The Best Of Skeletons From The Closet".
  12. Foolish Heart - The Mavericks (Music For All Occasions album) 1995 This was the country music bands fourth studio album and the song was used on the soundtrack of the "From Dusk To Dawn" film. That Quentin Tarantino film was described as a "pulpy crime drama/vampire film hybrid". Surprisingly enough, the cast included quite a few well known celebrities including Tarantino, George Clooney, Harvey Keitel, Cheech Marin, Michael Parks, Salma Hayek, Fred Williamson, and John Saxon. It met with mixed reviews, but was a box office hit (grossing $59 million) that soon bec
  13. Buckets Of Rain - Bob Dylan (Blood On The Tracks album) 1975 This was included on the film soundtrack for "Wonder Boys".
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