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Horns, Guns and Hounds - Climate Change Hysteria

JennyO2 Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 10:29 AM
I loved this column, by the way. The poetry of the seasons, the beauty of flowers blooming thru the snow, a day at the beach, the crisp chill of an October football game, might as easily be set to Simon & Garfunkel, Mozart, Janis Joplin, or in Charles Payne's case Vivaldi.

I was turned on to Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" in 1995 while reading Reginald Lewis' autobiography "Why Should White Guys Have all the Fun." Of course I'd heard parts of the work throughout my life in movies, commercials, and even cartoons, but it was after reading how Lewis would sit in his private jet and listen to the piece that I was compelled to purchase it for myself. I bought three versions that week and numerous versions since. Lewis was my idol, a blue collar guy from a rough Baltimore neighborhood, who went to Harvard and became a star on Wall Street.


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