Wednesday, May 04, 2005

'we're finally on our own . . .'


Blogger Snave said...

If there is really a God, may it fully bless Neil Young.

Our local radio station actually banned that song when it was released as a single... I guess they must have thought it was too radical or too inflammatory.

Our band plays the song from time to time, and the way things are going in our country, I have to wonder if the song is really all that dated... !

11:18 AM CDT  
Blogger Dfactor said...

Wreck Head --

Neil Young was in NYC yesterday as you posted! My pal Kev spotted him in Chelsea Market, looking tall, yet stonerlike...


4:41 PM CDT  
Blogger sleepybomb said...

yeah, neil is something else. i don't think this song will ever go outta date. it is always around the corner, (like now). but where is the passion now?
there is no great protest songs for this generation. such sheep . . . so sad.

11:25 PM CDT  
Anonymous agp said...

So what did the our Government finally decide would be the cost of a Kent State student's life?

January 4, 1979 (Thursday)

An out-of-court settlement is reached in the civil cases and approved by the State Controlling Board with a vote of 6-to-1. The board is required to approve all state expenditures.

The plaintiffs receive $675,000 for injuries received in 1970 and this compensation is accompanied by a statement from the defendants, which reads in part, "In retrospect the tragedy of May 4, 1970, should not have occurred...We deeply regret those events and are profoundly saddened by the deaths of four students and the wounding of nine others which resulted."

Settlement of monies were distributed as follows:

Dean Kahler, $350,000 (Paralized)
Joseph Lewis, $42,500
Thomas Grace, $37,500
Donald MacKenzie, $27,500
John Cleary, $22,500
Alan Canfora, Douglas Wrentmore, Robert Stamps, James Russell, $15,000 each
Families of the four students slain, $15,000 each
Attorneys fees and expenses, $75,000.

11:22 PM CDT  

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