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August 23, 2013
No one can sing with Parkinson’s disease. No matter how hard you try.
Rock star Linda Ronstadt • Talking to AARP about her bout with Parkinson’s disease, which was only officially diagnosed about eight months ago despite evidence that she suffered from the conditions for seven or eight years. Why’s that? Ronstadt thought the symptoms, which affected her mobility and her singing voice, were the result of a tick bite and a serious shoulder injury she received. As a result, she held off going to a specialist about the issue. Ronstadt, who retired from music in 2011, says she “can’t sing a note” these days.
23:33 // 8 months ago
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21:44 // 2 years ago
May 24, 2011
Evidence that SFB is run by old farts: I just got my AARP membership card in the mail today. Sure makes me feel better about turning 30. (Then again, looking at the benefits … I wonder if I could fake it.) — Ernie @ SFB

Evidence that SFB is run by old farts: I just got my AARP membership card in the mail today. Sure makes me feel better about turning 30. (Then again, looking at the benefits … I wonder if I could fake it.) — Ernie @ SFB

22:59 // 2 years ago