John G. Kays
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John is 1976 graduate of The University of Texas, with a BA in History. He also has a Teacher`s Certificate in History and English. Career-wise, he has worked in a library, managed an ice cream store, been in outside sales, taught public school, and currently works at a small state agency in Austin, Texas. He has taken risky sojourns into the music business and been in bands such as Garage Echo, The Potatoes, and The Waffles.
John has been a writer of songs, a competent rhythm guitar player, and a warbly-golden-throated singer, but has subsequently retired to merely writing about angles of `The History of Rock & Roll.` Also, he spills some ink on film, does a few book reviews, and investigates historical topics with Sherlock tenacity. Pop culture always fascinates him, especially the question: how can we identify remnants from our past that are timeless, and will endure, or be admired by future generations? `A BLAST FROM THE PAST`, or otherwise a wilting lily, is an apropos power-adage to describe the dynamics of John`s writing and world perspective.
|Bollywood Actress, Jiah Nafisa Khan`s Heart-Breaking Suicide Letter Reveals Suraj Pancholi`s Flagrant Abuses! - Jiah Nafisa Khan`s (a beautiful Bollywood actress) five-page, hand-written letter, apparently a stirring confessional suicide note, is most heart-breaking! India Today has published the missive in its entirety; one can assume from the despairing tone of Jiah`s admissions, (in her own mind) she is already deceased. This is how I take it; her life, love, and career are in ruins!|
|Is Whitey Bulger the Last Standing Legendary American Mobster? - Whitey Bulger`s trial began yesterday with a bang; time again to fact check, pulling out all our most reliable sources that will tell us truthfully the chronicle of the New England Mob (not by way of Scorsese`s The Departed). My guess is that a good starting place would be the archives of The Boston Globe and of course, the Boston Herald. |
|On the 50th Anniversary of Medgar Evers` Death, What`s Its Meaning in American History? - It`s been fifty years as of today (June 12, 2013) since Medgar Evers was slain when standing on his own home driveway in Jackson, Mississippi. President Kennedy had just delivered his famous civil rights speech that night (June 11, 1963), and Medgar`s wife (Myrlie) and children had just watched the speech.|
|Brett Seacat Left Behind Lots of Tangible Evidence Proving He Murdered His Wife Vashti! - Has the prosecution in the Brett Seacat Murder Trial (in Kingman, Kansas) merely presented circumstantial evidence to convict the former CSI lawman, or rather do they have some tangible, direct proof that he clearly shot his wife in the head, then started a raging fire (which has been documented on film) to cover up what he did?|
|Brett Seacat Murder Trial Has Some Strange Qualities: A Former CSI Cop As Perpetrator? - Brett Seacat meticulously carried out a clever plan to murder his wife Vashti, just as if, as a seasoned Kansas detective, he was putting on the shoes of a diabolical perpetrator, and carrying out his wife`s murder from that warped perspective. |
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