Welcome to the Skippydelic Millennium!

Well, since it's now the 21st Century, I've declared it the Skippydelic Millennium. Why? Because nobody else has yet, so I'm claiming it first.

So all this millennium, whenever you do something, think about Skippy. Use the term 'Skippydelic Millennium' in your everyday speech; for example, instead of 'Happy New Year' (cliche), try 'Have a Skippy Millennium!", or, after the festivities have subsided, 'Skippy Day to you, friend!'.

With any luck, this should bring about World Peace and True Enlightenment.

Trust me.

And now, back to your regularly scheduled web page...

What is a "Skippydelic Experience", anyway?

It's the World's Most Unique Musical Act!

It's all about possibilities, and freeing yourself from perceptions...

It's about using just voice and guitar to perform songs that should be impossible for a solo act.

Or maybe it's just 'Jim Carrey with a guitar'...

And once you've experienced it, you'll never be quite the same again...

A solo act doing Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody"? Impossible? Guess again!

How about Isaac Hayes' "Theme From Shaft"... on an acoustic guitar?!?!?

Our friend, the Grinch, is also represented.

The result is unlike anything else anywhere; in short, a Skippydelic Experience!

I'm also proud of the fact that I prevented Michael Bolton from doing a concert here in Sioux Falls a while back...

And if you like your music electric, check out my electrified incarnation, SDEX!

Get Experienced! (skippy.mov - 0.6mb)

Who is this guy?

This is me, Bob "Skippy" Blechinger (a/k/a the Skippydelic Experience; you're just thrilled, aren't you?)

I live in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where I do my musical thing, hang around with my girlfriend, and generally try to take life easy.

Other than that, this town can get kinda boring, so I surf the Net; one of my favorite spots is the ROX Home Page - it's the best show on TV anywhere! (I even make a cameo [voice] appearance in one episode!)

I also indulge in various forms of weirdness...

The local alternative paper, Tempest published an interview with me awhile back, as well as an essay on the Beatles' A Hard Day's Night; check them out!

I'm in the local Macintosh User Group, and I've also come up with a way to de-spam Usenet.

This is now the 'not-quite-so-rough' version of my home page; of course, it's not done yet (what Web page ever *is*, though?)

Skippy's Geek Code

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Ever just want to say, "Beam me up, this place sucks"?

You are the th person to visit Electric Skippyland!

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Last Update - 4/20/2003