So put me on a highway And show me a sign And take it to the limit one more time -Eagles “Take it to the Limit”
Tuesday’s Quick Hits is the column where I post a short narrative from recent major stories and provide brief commentary.
Today’s quick hits deal with these important subjects:
One More Thing
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Tagged Eagles Their Greatest Hits (1971–1975), Election 2020, Flat as a Pancake, Gallup Polling, Head East, hi infidelity, Mike Bloomberg, NASCAR, REO Speedwagon, Ryan Newman wreck, The Eagles
I think I may have overdosed on football this weekend – or maybe it was the barbecue ribs. There are still two NFL games left to watch tonight. The good news is that I still have some ribs left over!
It’s time for another potpourri edition from the past weekend! When there are several stories out there that I want to comment about, I combine them into a “potpourri” column. Today’s topics include:
Jess O’Hara & Closed Primaries
Jim Nelson & Kim Davis
Phil Drake & Helena
What the Hay Contest
Gary Richrath & REO Speedwagon
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Tagged Gary Richrath, Great Falls Tribune, hi infidelity, Jesse O'Hara, Jim Nelson, Kim Davis, Missoulian, Montana GOP, Phil Drake, REO Speedwagon, Ridin' the Storm Out, What the Hay
Way back in December of 1980 a band called REO Speedwagon released their ninth studio album called “Hi Infidelity.”
By the end of 1981 Hi Infidelity was the biggest selling rock album for that year. Six songs from the album made the Billboard charts with “Keep on Loving You” making it to number one. My favorite song from the album, “Take it on the Run” peaked at number five.