One writer is speculating that Sheldon, one of the characters on The Big Bang Theory television show, has Asperger’s Syndrome. The creators of the show have said “no” to the question.
I’ve watched the show and find it very funny. I’m not certain if Sheldon has it at all.
Happy New Year!
Glad that 2008 is over! It was sad to lose my cat, Cap, in such a shocking way back in July.
Now, it’s time to move on and look for more happier times in 2009. I hope my career as a writer takes off this time ($$$). I plan raising more awareness of Asperger’s Syndrome in the coming year too.
Yes, I’ve moved over here because I wanted to be over here in the first place. AOL Journals made an agreement with Blogger, but that doesn’t mean I have to stay there.
I’m glad that I could get this blog away from AOL Journals before the shutdown. Now, I have to plan what to do next. Then, we’ll get back to the regular programming.
David Lee Roth
Diamond Dave’s 54 today! Saw him and Eddie in concert last year. Great show! Great VAN HALEN Reunion!
“Just a Gigolo/I Ain’t Got Nobody” by David Lee Roth
He would have been 68 today. Imagine if John were still here for a moment. I think he’ll be commenting on the presidential race between Obama and McCain and saying what a couple of @#$&%!s George W. Bush and Dick Cheney are.
One side note: Moving day for this blog and its sister blog is coming soon. Stay Tuned!
“Imagine” by John Lennon
I believe this song is appropriate since this blog is moving away soon.
“Hello Goodbye” by The Beatles
Sad news. Kingston Trio founder, Nick Reynolds, died last Wednesday in San Diego, California, due to acute respiratory disease and other illnesses. His family decided to take him off of life support.
Reynolds along with Bob Shane and Dave Guard formed the Kingston Trio in the mid-1950s. Their first hit song was “Tom Dooley” in 1958. The group was an influence on Joan Baez and Bob Dylan.
In 1961, Dave Guard left and John Stewart joined the Trio as his replacement. Stewart passed away back in January of this year.
“M.T.A.” (the story of Charlie, the man who never returned) by The Kingston Trio