IMHO, here, but I believe 'dis is perfect material for 'dis board. For everybody here, 'dis is 'da music of our youth (even mine). I think we should be able to reminisce about our experiences with 'da music at anytime anyone wants to. 'Dis is 'da closest thing to actually being alive during 'da 50's-60's era, for me. I've done plenty of reading about it. However, I love hearing 'da first-hand experiences. It's not like a writer reasearched 'da topics of 'da 50's lifestyle - I'm actually hearing a first hand account of how it reallly was like!
LET'S KEEP 'DIS CONVERSATION GOING AS LONG AS IT CAN!!! :)
From 'Da Bop Shop,
Brian “Picksburgh's BD Bopper”
BD Bopper is Brian Donegan, whose remarkable story can be found here. More recently, as described in this interview, he founded the Can-Do Conservatives of America, "a group of conservatives, who are handicapped or are friends, family, and/or supporters of the handicapped" whose website can be found here. He explains in the interview why his own experience has made him particularly opposed to the Omnibus Healthcare bill. You can hear Brian telling his own story in the first Can-Do podcast, downloadable here.