My punk rock credentials are solid. Here are my greatest punk rocks moments as listed on my previous blog.
I wonder sometimes if my ongoing identification as a punk is a form of not wanting to grow up at age 46.
While this might be the case, I read a series of articles about friendship in a May 2014 edition of New Scientist magazine that said the following---
This made sense as my punk days in the 80's meet the qualifications specified above of youth and an affinity for the same music. I still have a number of friends from the early 80's
I'd say you can be stuck in the past a bit by the nature of how we all are, without at all being a prisoner of the past.
Punk 45 is just what the title says. It is the collected art and style of punk rock vinyl 45 singles from the early days of punk.
This book has clued me in to bands I should have known about a long time ago.
First among such bands at the moment is the Mekons.
Here is a link to the video of the Mekons song Millionaire.
The past is fun and is instructive to recall.
The present is fun and every moment has value.
The future is hopeful.