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Ray Bradbury - 'I don't try to describe the future. I try to prevent it.'

Friday Tunes: ‘Space Oddity,’ David Bowie

“Space Oddity” was David Bowie’s first single to chart in the UK. It reached the top five on its initial release and received the 1970 Ivor Novello Special Award for Originality. (Wikipedia)

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Don Marquis - Human Race

Friday Tunes: ‘Hallelujah,’ Puddles Pity Party

Probably most people first heard of Puddles, the sad clown with a golden voice, when he did his cover of Lorde’s “Royals” with Postmodern Jukebox, but this clown gets around and has done a lot of music since then.

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Trust - Douglas Adams

Friday Tunes: ‘Ex’s & Oh’s,’ Elle King

It’s cold and gray and raining, and I’m feeling depressed and a bit despairing after a long week of horrible news wherein the only bright spot was that NASA found us some new planets we might escape to.

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'Do I not destroy my enemies when I make them my friends?' - Abraham Lincoln

Friday Tunes: ‘Blank Space,’ Taylor Swift

Y’know, Taylor Swift catches a lot of hell, but I loved this song. Probably because it was practically the theme song for at least a dozen different waitresses I’ve known over the years.