Actually, tomorrow will be the 40th anniversary of the Beatles playing on the Ed Sullivan show. I was 11 at the time. Ed Sullivan always came on Sunday night. Talk about all the right lines crossing at all the right times. That was the Beatles. I remember going to bed that night listening to Papa Don on WNVY radio in Pensacola (andbody here remember transistor radios?) who was playing nothing but Elvis because the king was dead. Elvis was out and the Beatles were in. Later that week I brought my first album ever -- Meet the Beatles. I took my Daniel Boone record off my record player, changed the speed to 33 1/3, and joned my g-g-g-g-e-n-e-r-ation. I paid $5 for that album which was all the money in the world and then some. Wish I still had it, but I left it out on my window sill with a Sugar Daddy candy bar on top of it by mistake. It never played very well after that. So come on all you Boomers, here's your big chance to wax nostalgic. Where were you 40 years ago when the Band came to play? Dr "Mop Top" Tax ps Nostalgic in Car Guy talk means to tell a bunch of lies. Thought I'd help some of you guys out here.