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Date: Sun 27 Apr, 2003 at 14:23
Headline: Happy Fozzday!
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"I guess you know the earth is going to crash into the sun
But that's no reason why we shouldn't have a little fun
So if you think it's scary, if it's more than you can take
Just blow out the candles and have a piece of cake"


-Al Yankovic, Happy Birthday

Greetings & Salutations!

Two things today: First, I want to give a belated birthday shout-out to Doran Barton, aka Webmaster Fozz. He turned 31 yesterday, and I would have mentioned it sooner but for most of the day I was on the outskirts of Tooele, hanging out with firefighters, tumblers, and half a pig (more on that in a future note).

Anyway....Fozz and I go back to Jr High School, and he has been one of the band's guardian angels since the beginning. He helped design this compendious cyber-tome (and still does most of the difficult stuff), has filmed several gigs, is the man responsible for all of the visual FX that we use in concert, has designed several of our better flyers...and oh yeah, his server hosts this site for free. He's smart, funny, and creative, as well as generous and compassionate. A genuinely good guy. We're grateful to have him on our team, and I'm grateful to have him as a friend. He's been MIA from SonsWorld recently to deal with some more pressing matters (think you're stressed? check this out...) but will soon be back, and in the meantime we wish him the best.

Also, I uploaded a new mp3 to Latest Audio on the main page. "FloydShow Medley #1" is comprised of performances of 'Time', 'Wish You Were Here' and 'Another Brick in The Wall', segued together in one track. It's a great taste of the FloydShow, for those who haven't yet experienced it...er, in the flesh, as it were. I'll be putting a few more of these up in the weeks to come, and updating the media content of the site more frequently.

No, really. :-)

bye for now,

Thom