And at the end of the song, it's completely bogus. In 2010, William Tager was released from prison on good behavior.
Tager had killed an NBC stagehand earlier and was serving time for that crime. Flag katalepsy on February 14, 2014. Login with Google Error: Log in now to tell us what you think this song means. Richard said, "Withdrawal in disgust is not the same as apathy" The Richard mentioned is Richard Linklater, who directed "Slackers" in which that line is featured.
Where else could if find it? As for "What's the Frequency", that is definitively the Dan Rather attacker and the saying has become mainstream. What's the Frequency Kenneth? At 81, he continues to be active as a writer and occasional correspondent.
General Comment the line 'whats the frequency, kenneth? No Replies Log in to reply. A convicted felon in the future, Tager said he was a test-pilot volunteer in a dangerous time travel experiment.
Tager was convicted of murder and sentenced to 25 years in Sing Sing prison. I didn't and I don't now. I didn't make a lot of it at the time and don't now. There was one more thing about the shackles of youth line, but I can't remember right now.
He lives part time in New York City. General Comment Besides checking out Richard Lankletter's "Slacker", see also this website to get the story on the Kenneth deal: Song Meaning "What's the frequency, Kenneth?
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The authorities in the future kept tabs on him via an implanted chip in his brain.