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About GregK

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    Master of the Groove!
  • Birthday 10/30/1971

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  • Location Baltimore, MD
  • Interests jazz, baseball, my wife, daughter, son and dog, chemistry, American history

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  1. COVID-19 III: No Politics For Thee

    It baffling to me. Not only have they politicized the pandemic overall, this particular drug (I think a lot of this comes from Rudy Guiliani and Fox News), the weather (by drawing over a hurricane forecast map with a Sharpie), and now legitimate scientific research. In response to prompting from OAN, the president directed the NIH/NIAID extramural funding director to immediately pull the research grants for studying bat viruses, because part of that research is in collaboration with the Wuhan virology lab. Very important science especially at this time, but because of politics, it must be stopped right away. Outrageous!
  2. Miles Davis - Complete Sessions available again

    wait a minute here, the Japanese set has a different design than the US? What's the difference? I always thought they were the same in everything except the mastering.
  3. COVID-19 2.0: No Politics edition

    Keep in mind that this was funded by Gilead, and also that there was no control placebo group, so although it's tempting to jump to conclusions that it is a miracle drug, there's a lot of of testing that still needs to be conducted in controlled trials.
  4. I'm confused. The Cellar Door box (Dec 2005) was released before the On the Corner box (Oct 2007). I thought that they were considering the series to be mostly comprised of studio sessions (notwithstanding most of the Seven Steps set), thus Plugged Nickel and Cellar Door not being included in the numbering.
  5. COVID-19

    No, it isn't the plague, but it is very important to limit exposure to large groups of people so that community spread can be reduced or cut off. It would be wise to treat this almost as if you have to shelter in place, until at least clinical testing can catch up. The health care system is depending on people doing this before their capacity for ICU is maxed out.
  6. Cutting the Cable

    I dropped cable in 2009, and with an antenna I didn't miss it at all. The antenna gave us higher quality broadcasts, and also access to channels we wouldn't get otherwise, like out of market stations. I hate to admit it but we signed up for cable again after a decade of not having it (because it was one of the new customer deals that gave us gigabit internet for less than we would pay for internet alone), and it just seems to have gotten worse. I thought some of these movie channels might be interesting, but they seem to just play the same movies endlessly. The news channels have been interesting to have during the impeachment hearings but I don't see much more that is worth paying for. Once our promo period is up, we will be dropping it again. I'm willing to pay for gigabit internet without the cable TV.

    Winterpeg, I mean Winnipeg 35
  8. Happy Birthday! GregK!

    thank you! Seems to come around more and more frequently!
  9. Unauthorized YouTube postings of my titles

    I think most of Pi is on Bandcamp. Streaming and downloads.
  10. John Coltrane - Blue World

    Weird. I pre-ordered from Amazon and received it yesterday. Guess they sold out of pre-orders?
  11. Buy them directly from Apple. You can buy it outright or pay monthly over 2 years at 0%, and you get their excellent AppleCare warranty if you sign up for their upgrade program. Much better than buying from the carrier.
  12. Circle

    I'll do whatever I can to help.
  13. He called me "human" once on here, so I appreciated that. what was his last post here?
  14. Joseph Jarman - RIP

    I've been listening to a lot of the Art Ensemble lately. This is very sad news
  15. RIP, Super Dave

    i remember him from Bizarre, with John Byner. Genuine Saskatchewan sealskin bindings