Hello. My name is Fred, and I’m a manatee. I’m writing because I was offended by the tone of the previous article on this blog, titled “
Press Release About Manatees.”
The author even admits he doesn’t know anything about manatees, and it’s not really a press release. We manatees don’t like it when humans act in a distrespectful manner toward us, and demand an apology. We also have a short list.
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In Greek Mythology, Echidna is mother of all monsters, and mother of the famed “Chimera.”
I’m wondering if she was such a bad monster because she didn’t have a mother herself! She came from nowhere!
I made ended up on “Share The Moon,” my spooky CD, available where great music is sold! It’s a song about the great monster, one which … sort of created itself!
I recently came across a “workout” file of music,
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This is my stepson, Todd, with vocals on a song he wrote. Brandon Raimondo plays the looped guitar, and I do the guitar solo.
Todd brought this to me a few months ago and we spent the day producing and adding the solo.
I’m glad he did! Beautiful job, Todd!
“Why You Wanna Leave” (Todd Barber) from the forthcoming CD, “East Coast Represent.”
The manatee is in danger. We must help!
The manatee is a fat, lazy animal that flops around a little, living just “on the edge of existence,” according to “Forces of Nature,” a documentary airing on WSBE TV.
The narrator explained, while I painfully watched footage of manatees floating lazily around some food-type plants but making no effort to eat,
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Time to thank a few folks.
I recently saw Marcy Kelly and Rickie Louise Miller at the Knickerbocker, a club in my hometown; a wonderful show! The band’s “
Sugar,” usually fronted by Marcy and Natalia Rosso. It’s mostly indescribable …
Marcy sets the bar for professional singing; the best I’ve seen in a regional touring act, and on Thanksgiving Eve I was ten feet from the stage dancing, and at one point looked up and pretty much gave up any prayer to be a great singer!
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