Posts Tagged ‘Musea’

Pedal Park

July 30, 2018

Have you ever seen a collection of vintage pedal cars at an antiques mall, or on a youtube video? Aren’t they wonderful?

What about a park for them, a Pedal Park?

My suggestion is that someone set up a landscaped park with a maze of mini roads throughout, that allows pedal cars to go from a starting point, meander through a maze of mini roads, and end up back where they started.

The road would be one way, but there would be a place or two where the cars would have to come to a stop and allow cross traffic to pass.

The child and parents would start at the parking ‘garage’ where you could rent for your child, the pedal car of his/her choice. They would be lined up, each in their own pint sized parking space.

There should be all kinds of styles of pedal cars: cars, trucks, service vehicles, the works. Everything from a fancy luxury car, to fire engines. It would be best if no two were alike!

The customer would rent a car for one trip through the park from start to finish.

There would also be pit stops along the way where parents could sit at a bench and watch, or trails along the road where they could walk close behind their kids. There also should be a refreshment stand for snacks.

What do you think of Pedal Park?

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3 Moon Poems

July 30, 2018

Moon Park
invisible in day
starts stirring
as dusk settles.
Meet me my love
at Moon Park.

There is a place
on the far side of the Moon
that’s home to the shadows
that have been left behind.
They walk those moors
on that grey world;
itself a shadow
to a larger body.

Call me
the Moon poet,
and i’ll
light up!

John and Martha – Cast Photo

July 27, 2018

This flyer is for my origianl audio rock opera, John and Martha released in 1984. The cast photo includes Karen Bella who sung the part of Martha and me beside her, who sang the part of John.

1% Musicians Should Pay 70% of the Donations

July 24, 2018

Dear Readers,

This post looks at musicians and charity.

Did you know that 1% of musicians make 70% of all the money?
They do. Most are the ten or so teen pop stars that are constantly promoted over and over, year after year. The rest are touring classic rock acts you’ve seen touring year after year.

I don’t like the disparity and want to see an end to it. But until the music revolution sweeps in, we are stuck with it.

So in this post I speak directly to the one percenters, the musicians that make 70% of the money in the music industry..

Guess what, there is a responsibility with making 70% of all the money in the music industry. You have to give 70% of all charity donations from all musicians in the music industry. Let me repeat.

You have to give 70% of all charity donations from all musicians in the music industry.

That means even a million here and there is far from enough. When you make such massive amounts of money, your 10 percent is many millions.

Step up and do your share – your 70% of the entire giving!

Tom Hendricks

Woman in Hearts

July 14, 2018

Woman in Hearts.


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