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Humankind: Wolves In Sheep Clothing

Contrary to popular belief, statistical evidence shows humankind is becoming, perhaps even evolving, into a less-violent species. This of course doesn’t jive with the content of intercity violence, murder and mayhem seen on our nightly news. Not to mention the daily reported human-atrocities happening in the rest of the world. So what gives? Are we a less-violent species today? Has modern civilization tamed the wolf inside us or does the beast still lurk within? — Humankind: Wolves in Sheep Clothing!  By CorkyWK, WordofWayne.com Continue reading “Humankind: Wolves In Sheep Clothing”

Singing in the Rain: Tales of a Road Band

Outdoor concerts are a rush! Elevated onstage overlooking the crowd with an expanded outdoor panoramic view is a rush of the senses. And with mother nature as your backdrop, the experience from a bands point of view is unlike no-other. Yet putting on a show outdoors does come with risks. Unlike the controllable environment of indoor gigs, outside, mother nature is in charge. If she decides to rain on your parade there’s not much you can do. You can either give up and quit, or continue — Singing in the rain! Continue reading “Singing in the Rain: Tales of a Road Band”

Space: The Final Frontier

I was 12 years old when Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon. I remember watching mesmerized as he slowly descended down the landing’s ladder pausing to speak his poetic, now infamous words, “That’s one small step for man. One giant leap for mankind.”  Ever since that day I’ve been fascinated with all things space, the working’s of our Universe and all that it contains. I still am today! Continue reading “Space: The Final Frontier”