Hardly. I mean really. Not a fatherly type, and aint "yo gramps", I listen to driving hard rock. Throughout the years of it'* inception and into today. And I lived it. Every nuance and association you can conceive. Which is Alot more than I can say for alot of kids I see hanging out their windows these days posing to be something they haven't a clue about or could hang with what they want to pretend to emulate....... Word......hehehe
I always said I have a few to sacrifice, Party On. But live a much more mellow life now. You can't burn both ends of the candle forever..... True That. (Chuckle)
I know alot of my generation wasn't part of the late 60'* ~ 70'* scene, or to far removed from it now in their split level ranches to admit. But Partying down and blasting tunes is NOT a modern generation breakthrough, We perfected it.
Sam you should have seen some of the faces asI blew by ricers with my 86 YO Aunt riding shotgun on the way to stores.......Smile and Wave Emma. Life'* a trip and charting the journey is all about making light of our time here.
I bet I'd get a few laffs in LA in camo'* and face paint. [/SIZE][/SIZE]
you should see the looks I got tearing through the Bronx in a mud covered jacked up Cherokee cranking out "A Country Boy Can Survive". I was definitely the cracker in that soup lol. Will never forget the way that one homeless guy dove over that jersey barrier for cover when I hopped the curb