|Tampa Bay Times, March 18, 2013|
The Spinners (1973)--"Could It Be I'm Falling In Love"
The Spinners--(1972)--"I'll Be Around"
The Spinners--"One Of A Kind Love Affair"
The Spinners--:Rubberband Man"
Usually, most of us aren't aware of how quickly time has passed until we look back over our shoulders.
If life were a 100 meter walking distance, we, of my generation, are all finding that the finish line is a lot closer than the starting line.
And the distance covered was done much more quickly than we would ever have thought.
Yes, we are getting older each day and one of these times we'll cross that finish line.
Fortunately, through pictures and copy, some of what happened from the 1950s through the 1970s in Taiwan has been preserved thanks to the thousands who have contributed to its history.
To end this fun-filled introduction, just enjoy these Taiwan military websites and blogs shown at the bottom of this page and return as often as you wish. These are for you.
Goodbye To The Mouseketeer
Of My Dreams
Tampa Bay Times, April 11, 2013
It was impossible for her to make a mistake. She was perfect.
In the 1960s, Frankie Avalon made those beach movies with her. Annette was a woman and Frankie had his arms and hands full.
She was still leading a fairytale life when it was announced in 1992 that she contracted Multiple Sclerosis. She had begun showing symptoms of the disease in the mid- 1980s.
Annette's last public appearance was 1997, when this picture was taken. She had been in a coma for at least a year when she died.
THESE GUYS ARE PLANNING THEIR
50th ANNIVERSARY TOUR!
By 1975, Ron Wood joined the group and remains with them today. L To R: Watts, Jagger, Wood, Wyman??, Richards
You can't always get what you want, but these guys are certainly still trying. The original three members: Watts, Richards, Jagger, with Wood at far right