On July 4th, when I moved to another place in the desert, I noticed that I was having trouble seeing out of my right eye, which got progressively worse until I realized I was going blind. When I told my friend Allan Rinde about it, he rushed me to the eye doctor who diagnosed me with a growing cataract.

He said he can remove it with laser surgery when it gets a little larger, so I have to suffer a growing loss of vision until then. In the meantime, I’m looking into Dragon voice recognition software and someone who can teach me how to use it, so I may continue blogging.

Last year I exposed an organization that held onto songwriter royalties until they were at least $250 before they issued a check, collecting interest on millions of dollars in the process. I took on two social networks who tricked people into joining them so they could appropriate their address books and personal information! I’m happy to say most of the problems have since been corrected.

This year I plan to go after corporations who take advantage of their customers. Why does an $11 prescription at Costco cost $44 at Walgreens? Why is there special Senior menu at Denny’s, where seniors are charged a higher price for some of the very same dishes on the regular menu?

Finally, I’m happy to say that I finished my book, “I Did It For A Song” (if you don’t like the music of the ‘60s, ‘70s, and 80s, you can kiss my past!) Here’s a little photographic preview for you    https://artiewayne.wordpress.com/2010/08/12/arties-photos-volume-one/ as well as  https://artiewayne.wordpress.com/2010/10/07/arties-photos-vol-2/#more-5901

I’ve also archived the ROCK IN PERPETUITY articles I’ve written about my friends in the music business who have passed away.  https://artiewayne.wordpress.com/2008/08/20/rip-rock-in-perpetuity-archives/

Here’s hoping you’ll be a regular visitor to Artie Wayne On The Web for my investigative reports as well the best in music, films, and TV.

Regards, Artie Wayne https://artiewayne.wordpress.com/about-artie-wayne/

Copyright 2010 by Artie Wayne

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