1975:— Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) December 11, 2020
That time Roy Clark played “Malagueña” on 'The Odd Couple'...pic.twitter.com/FJaO2hqKI8
Friday, December 11, 2020
Thursday, December 10, 2020
In this week's episode we alarm Paul Michael Glaser with our encylopedic knowledge of Starsky & Hutch https://t.co/1DmXFNM5Jo— Rick Kaempfer (@RickKaempfer) December 10, 2020
Wednesday, December 09, 2020
Tuesday, December 08, 2020
A sad sad day but remembering my friend John with the great joy he brought to the world. I will always be proud and happy to have known and worked with this incredible Scouser! X love Paul#JohnLennon— Paul McCartney (@PaulMcCartney) December 8, 2020
📷 by Linda McCartney pic.twitter.com/oNL0ihzhvl
Tuesday, 8 December 1980 we all had to say goodbye to John peace and love John. I’m asking Every music radio station in the world sometime today play Strawberry Fields Forever. Peace and love. 😎✌️🌟❤️🎶🎼💝☮️ pic.twitter.com/dAEgekrvmW— #RingoStarr (@ringostarrmusic) December 8, 2020
The death of a loved one is a hollowing experience.— Yoko Ono (@yokoono) December 8, 2020
After 40 years, Sean, Julian and I still miss him.
'Imagine all the people living life in peace.'
Yoko Ono Lennon#enoughisenough #peace #guncontrolnow #gunviolence #nra #guns #gunsafety #firearms #endgunviolence pic.twitter.com/TsHWuCdu2Y
This is a shocker to me. Bob Dylan has sold his entire songwriting catalog (more than 600 songs) to Universal Music for an estimated $300 million.
I'm wondering how many of his songs will soon be commercials...
*The answer my friend, is Beefeaters Gin. The answer is Beefeaters Gin.
*You gotta drive somebody.
*It ain't tea babe
*The New York Times they are a changin
*Positively Wall Street
*Like a Starbucks Scone
*Tangled up in Selsun Blue
Monday, December 07, 2020
Just hearing this news. Lindy McDaniel, former Cubs pitcher, passed away on November 14th. Here is his obituary in the New York Times, with the completely unneccary slam: Ace Reliever for Mediocre Teams. He passed away of the coronavirus. Sad to hear it. If you ordered the latest version of EveryCubEver, this news came too late to update his bio.
The Cubs picked up Lindy McDaniel from the Cardinals in 1962, and he had a few very good years for the team, despite the fact that the Cubs were awful while he was there. In 1963 he even led the league in saves. That same year he might have had his best day in baseball. On June 6, 1963, he came in to save the game. The bases were loaded in the 10th inning of a tied game, and there was one out. McDaniel promptly picked Willie Mays off second base for the second out. Then he retired Ed Bailey for the third. Then, in the bottom of the tenth inning he came up to bat, and promptly hit a homer to win the game. That game obviously made an impression on the Giants, because they traded for McDaniel just a few years later. In return the Cubs got two prospects that became key members of their late 60s contenders: catcher Randy Hundley and pitcher Bill Hands.