Thought you’d get a kick outta this mild Montana media outrage, which befell station KRTV from Great Falls, one of the two local stations I grew up watching, whether from the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation (1968-71) or Havre (1972-83).
My ol’ pal . . . → Read More: Montana TV Station’s Zombie Attack Emergency Hoax, By Tom Kipp and Jay Schuschke
I ran across this piece by Sean Beaudoin at Salon.com. It’s a list of the bands he will be forced to listen to in hell:
Top ten lists are nothing new—but there was something a little different about this one. Beaudoin just seems to center on the bands/artists he despises the . . . → Read More: “Ten Bands/Musical Artistes Whom I Will be Forced to Listen to in HELL!” By Tom Kipp and Jay Schuschke
The claim on the statue is urban legend, but not all that far off. The coldest recorded temperature in the lower 48 was just several miles south of here on the continental divide’s Rogers Pass (-70 degrees in 1954). – JDS
Hi Tom – Below is a story that appeared . . . → Read More: Cut Bank, Montana on the Big Screen?! By Tom Kipp and Jay Schuschke
Photo by Great Falls Tribune
That sounds positively infernal, Jay, but I’m glad persons, beasts and buildings have thus far been spared!
And I certainly agree with you about the climatic insanity of The Hi-Line.
With Havre’s record temps ranging from 117 . . . → Read More: Montana Firestorms! By Jay Schuschke and Tom Kipp
I most certainly read Lord of the Flies at Havre High School, very likely mediated by Mr. Axel Schmaing, though in just what course escapes me at the moment.
I also had the great pleasure of seeing the truly harrowing 1963 Brit . . . → Read More: LORD OF THE FLIES at Havre High! With All-Male AND all-Female Casts!, By Tom Kipp and Jay Schuschke
I had a fine time watching last weekend’s Montana-related playoff games, though the Sam Houston State/MSU blowout was rather painful at times, due to the Bobcats tossing away several good opportunities to at least keep the game close. Perhaps the Griz will fare quite a bit better tonight….
. . . → Read More: If the FCS Did Things Like the BCS, Montana Would be in Either the Dr. Scholl’s Odor Eaters Bowl in Yakima or the Dairy Queen Blizzard Bowl in Anchorage, By Tom Kipp and Jay Schuschke
Haven’t seen anything quite this knowing or smoldering in quite some time, and NEVER from a putative Teen Idol!
"I said, a-HOOOO! Rock me, baby…"
Possibly the only guy I’ve ever seen look his . . . → Read More: David Cassidy at some sort of APEX…on the Fall 1972 Bob Hope Special! Lordy! by Tom Kipp and Jay Schuschke
If competent writing is the criterion, Donald Trump fails to qualify as a candidate for anything. Read this section from a CNN article; pay close attention to Mr. Trump’s written response to Mr. Seinfeld’s decision: According to Seinfeld’s manager, the television star "feels this kind of demagoguery has no place in public . . . → Read More: Donald Trump Needs an Editor, by Jay Schuschke and Tom Kipp
Oedipus Montannicus – Nate, Joe and Mom(?) Montana
I will try to get more information on this to you later – or you can look on the web – Nate Montana, son of NFL’s Joe Montana, has transferred from Notre Dame to the University of Montana to play quarterback. He started . . . → Read More: Montana QB Dynasty! by Tom Kipp and Jay Schuschke
Since I read the reconstituted, on-line-only version of the venerable CRAWDADDY! [thoughtfully bundled in with my weekly Wolfgang’s Vault concert archive e-mails] with some regularity, I can vouch for its residual interest, though I seldom look at more than one or two articles per virtual “issue”. On the whole, it’s fine.
But this li’l . . . → Read More: Question: Is Crawdaddy Usually This Bad? by Tom Kipp, Jay Schuschke and Andrew Hamlin