Tag Archives: Death

Two Nintendo CEO’s die within two years.

I was greeted by very shocking news this morning.  Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata is dead at age 55!  I feel I have to comment on this because my blog’s first post is about the death of Nintendo’s former CEO Hiroshi … Continue reading

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Rock Chronology #211: Love Her Madly

“Love Her Madly”, The Doors, 1971. The Doors became a huge break out success in 1967, but none of the albums that followed really had that same level of success. That all changed in 1971 when they released their L.A. … Continue reading

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The History of Rock and Roll

I promised to explain why Rock music is dying.  Well it turns out there is a ton to explain.  I’m going to have to turn it into several posts.  The first thing we’re going to have to do is see what … Continue reading

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Parallel Universes

Strap on your safety gear! We’re about to travel through parallel universes. Today we’ll explore two worlds completely foreign to each other and yet seemingly familiar at the same time. Rock and roll music and video games seem about the … Continue reading

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Death of a Legend

 The world has lost a great man today: Hiroshi Yamauchi.  “Who is this man and why should I care about him,” you may ask?  He was the head of Nintendo during the couple of decades when they got into video … Continue reading

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