Martin’s Automobile Museum.

This is probably one of the biggest automobile museums I have ever been to. It’s near Phoenix. There is a $10 donation you pay but the trip is worth it. The museum has quite a collection of vehicles from different eras and a few from famous TV shows and movies. Let’s take a look belowContinue reading “Martin’s Automobile Museum.”

Inflation, a brief overview and what was done.

Inflation is defined as “Inflation is the decline of purchasing power of a given currency over time. A quantitative estimate of the rate at which the decline in purchasing power occurs can be reflected in the increase of an average price level of a basket of selected goods and services in an economy over some period of time. TheContinue reading “Inflation, a brief overview and what was done.”

Happy Birthday to the Marines

Today is the 245th birthday to the United States Marine Corps. Though I am retired Air Force I will always have an admiration and respect for those who chose to go to the Corps The Marine Corp was established on this day in 1775 during the build up to the Revolutionary War. They were originallyContinue reading “Happy Birthday to the Marines”

Rod Stewart’s “Sing it again Rod” A quick review of a 70’s masterpiece

in 1973 Rod Stewart was on top of the world. His solo career had taken off. No longer attached to past acts like “The Jeff Beck Group”, or “Faces” Rod was a man on his own. His last 2 albums “An old Raincoat won’t ever let you down”, and is follow up “Every picture tellsContinue reading “Rod Stewart’s “Sing it again Rod” A quick review of a 70’s masterpiece”

Paul McCartney’s Tug of War A quick review

With the end of Wings, his Marijuana arrest, and John Lennon being murdered in 1980. It was clear that McCartney needed a fresh start. He was alone for the first time since his 1971 album “Ram On” and the Ex Beatle had released his underwhelming self produced “McCartney II” to lackluster views and minimal sales.Continue reading “Paul McCartney’s Tug of War A quick review”