Tag Archives: Bachman-Turner Overdrive

Canadian Omen

Bachman-Turner Overdrive’s 1974 hit You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet, written by Canadian Randy Bachman, keeps going through my mind this morning. I’m thinking of Trump and 1/6; certainly not grammar. I base almost all of my writing on fact; today it’s gut.

Continue reading Canadian Omen

Wake Up Little Susie And You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet

Rock history, nostalgia, sarcasm, snark, omens, revelations, lessons, predictions and probably several other things I neglected to mention at this point all wrapped around the biggest political story of last week. I promise you a lot to ponder. Let’s explore. Continue reading Wake Up Little Susie And You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet

You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet…And You Won’t

Please pardon the grammar in the title but today is another one of those musically inspired days. I picked the title and lyrics Randy Bachman wrote for Bachman-Turner Overdrive’s 1974 number one hit You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet. Let’s explore how this late 20th century rocker’s words portends America’s early 21st century gun problem. Continue reading You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet…And You Won’t

Canadian Omens, Explanations And Obituaries

I recently got to spend about ten days with my toddler grandson. His favorite song is Shawn Mendes’ There’s Nothing Holden’ Me Back. Mendes is a Canadian. I lived the first 47 years of my life on the Canadian border and today is Boxing Day. Juxtapose all those facts and you have today’s somewhat satirical and entertaining article. Come along with me. Continue reading Canadian Omens, Explanations And Obituaries