23 thoughts on “John’s Believe It Or Not… April 27th”

  1. I grew up in PA, and I and all of my friends emulated Peggy March and went ape over the song. All the nuns shook their heads and waved their scolding fingers at us. I wonder how they reacted when they saw Sister Act 🙂 Have a great weekend, Bro ❤️

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    1. Right! I would have loved to see the nuns’ reactions to Sister Act! Yes, we were real rebels back then listening to that “Satan’s music.” Going to hell in a handbasket! You have a sweet weekend, Sis! Hugs!

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    1. Exactly – that quote was for control freaks – not my favorite people. Wishing to control others is deeply disrespectful – a denial of their right to steer their own destiny. Thanks, Bob!

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  2. Excellent report this week. I love the view of the Canadian side on the battle of York. The American view is everyone was tired of hearing Eh? when asking questions about who owns York anyhow. I Will Follow Him was a terrific song. Have a great weekend, John

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    1. Right! So many of us loved “I Will Follow Him” – there were a lot of great hits in the 60’s and I’m glad I was growing up then. I adored the Motown Sound! It seems that greed is at the root of much evil in this world – past and present – and likely into the future because the human animal will not be changing stripes. Thanks, Jennie!

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      1. Me, too! Even my kids tell me I had the greatest music. They’re right. Now, if humans could just learn along the way. Then we wouldn’t have to say “history repeats itself”.

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        1. I have come to view the saying, “History repeats itself” as “human nature never changes.” I think we can learn to make better choices, but our human nature keeps driving us to disastrous places.

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  3. It’s amazing how a song can live forever. Peggy March’s “I Will Follow Him” was one of my favorites. Gosh, guess that’s an admission that I was a dreamer once upon a time. 🙂

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    1. I think most of us were dreamers in our youth and if we were very lucky, we never lost that proclivity to dream. It is not only an act of the imagination but it is also an act of hope. Thanks for your comment, Gwen, you got me thinking again!

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