Technology proves it is genuine.
The last thing anybody wants to wind up on is public assistance.
Nickel and diming everything is no fun.
Obituary: Singer and musician Cory Wells, 74, of Three Dog Night fame, has passed away. No cause of death was given, but he had been suffering from a nerve problem that caused a great deal of back pain. It was later disclosed he had been battling multiple myeloma and died of an infection from it.
Wells, who performed with Buffalo bands the Vibratos and the Enemys in the 1960s, formed Three Dog Night with vocalist Hutton, after relocating from Buffalo to Los Angeles in 1968. The group went on to become one of the most successful pop acts of the ’70s, on the strength of its vocal harmony-heavy marriage of R&B and soul tropes to pop smarts and tuneful accessibility. Three Dog Night scored 12 Gold albums and racked up 21 consecutive Top 40 hits during its heyday, among them “Mama Told Me (Not To Come),” “Joy to the World,” “An Old Fashioned Love Song,” “One,” “Celebrate” and “Eli’s Coming.” Several of these hits featured Wells in the role of lead vocalist.
He leaves behind his wife of 50 years, two daughters, and several grandchildren.
Civilization has scraped the bottom of the barrel. A transvestite with breast implants is named "woman of the year" by a well-known women's/fashion magazine.
Women should shut that damned magazine down.