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Re: Photos of YOU

geddy ·
SSP, PC or not PC- No one has ever said either of those to me before, so I'll Thank you, then take the compliments and run with them!! I'll forgive ya the go go boots comment, although I feel a nightmare coming on tonight :Edit: Jenn, Thank you too. And no, I wasn't offended by the "pretty mouth" remark, but if it had been spelled "purty mouth" instead, and heard the banjo - that'd be another story! You'd see me running away for a totally different reason! More Pics Please!!!!
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Re: Photos of YOU

Sweet Secret Peace ·
ROFL!! Man, you can learn a lot on this board! THanks for the lyrics, Jenn! CUUUUte song! Happy (if stinky) Christmas, everybody!! P.S. MUCH better, Pet Eunuch! ~edit: Wait--the picture ain't loading for me. Bummer! Try again PetU!~ P.P.S. Everybody else, quit makin' excuses!! Get 'em up here! C'mon!!!
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Re: KGSR-FM webcast

Lozza ·
Missing Person is also a fine call ! Especially the beefed up riff-a-rama version that Neil could so easily go into at any minute... They should stay online tonight for another 2 hours coz i got at least one bottle to go... Edit. Yes Mocker this is the ****ing bollocks.
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Re: Photos of YOU

geddy ·
More PICS Please! Get Motivated! :edit: Whoo Hoo Page 5 Frenz!
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Re: LOTR (Non-spoilers only)

Heidi in Pittsburgh ·
Re: Gemini's question...I saw a "making of LOTR" special on HBO last year, in relation to the first movie. Orlando Bloom, during his interview, had a mohawk, several piercings, and a black shirt with some sort of logo on it so offensive that even a station like HBO, who revels in shock value, saw fit to digitally blur it, and I have to admit I thought it looked like it could have been a swastika. (Then again, it could have been a Dead Kennedys logo....who knows.) But I wish I hadn't seen him...
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Re: Message from Tim

Lozza ·
One of my favourite lines, from one of my favourite choruses, from one of my favourite songs !! I've just put that on after reading that and it's bound to go on repeat, can never hear that ending enough - what a beautiful finish Edit/PS - That's 3 times so far. And *what a drummer*. WHAT A PERFECT POP DRUMMER THAT MAN IS !
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Re: Photos of YOU

jenn ·
I have a couple better pictures of me that I'm going to try to post, here goes... My friend Jenni and I partying in Las Vegas. No, that is not my boyfriend! We went to Las Vegas on a trip with the morning radio show that we listen to. Here we are with two of the radio personalities. edit: Yay, it worked!
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Re: Extra NYC show WILL happen!

brownie ·
Yes, it does figure, doesn't it...now that I bought tickets for Philadelphia thinking there would be only one NY show. *laughs* Oh well, two different shows in two different cities at two different types of venues. Variety is the spice of life, they say. Although it certainly would have been more convenient to see two shows in NY instead. Well, at least this way all the people who missed out on getting tickets for the first NY show will have another chance. edit: I WILL learn to type one of...
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Re: What Split Enz live material is available on cd?

Lozza ·
camus play the tape back.... lars sorenson.. he's a real dirty creature.. he's a real dirty man... and a huff puffin he doth blow into that thing too ! edit time - shall we just round up those live split enz releases on cd ? 1 - the living enz (19) 2 - oddz and enz (6) 3 - anniversary (13) 4 - i got you cd single (2) 5 - spellbound. anal point but doesn't count, live time for a change is here from anniversary 6 - i like it rare (1) - available at frenz.com somewhere - includes the unreleased...
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Re: re: neil arrogant

kia kaha ·
Silke your link doesn't work... then again I'd have liked to boot Yahoo up the backside a WHOLE lot during the past few days (wouldn't let me into my own email or groups for two and a half days? I mean, sorry, what is WITH that???) ... and as geocities are associated with them, well, I see the problem.... We get what we pay for with these mega-sites, and as they are free, well... work it out yourself (I don't want to say any rude words here) Anyway back on topic, Neil happily signed...
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Re: how to have a birthday party (?)

pfellah ·
Deb, this is goofy as all get-out but it made my 31st birthday the most fun, memorable one in a very long time. I gathered a group of people I was closest to (my husband, kids, and mom) and sent my husband to Baskin-Robbins (the store with 31 flavors of ice cream...) to get a sample-size cup of EVERY ONE of the 31 flavors and a bunch of spoons! (We called the manager earlier in the day and told them about our zany idea, they knew we were coming and were more than happy to help...even gave us...
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Re: Best Movies EVER!!!

Heidi in Pittsburgh ·
Three Amigos (Would you say I have a plethora of pinatas?) Blazing Saddles (I pledge allegiance to Hedy Lamarr...) Star Trek II: Wrath of Khan (KIRKKKKKKKK!) Star Trek: First Contact (Resistance is futile!) BRAVEHEART (If I stand on my head, my kilt will fly up.) [Editor's Note: Yeah, I WISH] Indiana Jones #1 (Snakes! Very bad! You go first!) Back to the Future #1 (One point twenty-one gigowatts!!!!!) Unforgiven (We ALL got it coming, kid.) Beauty and the Beast (...and every last inch of...
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Re: Best Movies EVER!!!

geddy ·
Oh yes, some good ones that you all have come up with I should have on my list. Memento - Very complex story. Loved it. Pulp Fiction - Funny and Disturbing - I've been looking for a wallet like that When Harry Met Sally - Very New York, and great music Better Off Dead - "2 dollars!" Superman 1 & 2 - Classic (although any after that go on the hate list) Heat - Pacino and De Niro? Can't go wrong there. :edit: High Fidelity made it's tv debut on Comedy Central tonight - not as good with all...
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Re: Best Movies EVER!!!

Heidi in Pittsburgh ·
lol Grace! I rented Amelie at your suggestion! We bailed after about half an hour...we couldn't bring ourselves to care about the main character because she was so dishonest and manipulative, and that's about all there was to pay attention to. And Braveheart...well...that's for eye candy, plain and simple. [Edit: OK, I lied. I like the WHOLE movie, on so many levels, eye candy is just ONE. Longshanks is only the best movie badguy, EVER....] Many of the ones on our lists jive, though, so I...
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Re: tears for fears

Lozza ·
tears for fears definitely did make it big in their home country (england) and for a few years they were *about as big as anybody can be* pale shelter is still great. i'm not sure so much else has endured as well but shout still kicks, i always love the glockenspeil (??) on change but sadly everybody wants to rule the world is still twee roland orzabal (the crap one apparently ???) - is a great singer with a lot of power, anger, lust and i have time for that. he's also a good guitarist and...
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Re: Rhett Miller and Neil Finn, Town Hall, New York

Mari G ·
I remembered another funny tidbit to share with y'all... Regarding Nails in Feet... I can't remember if it was before or after the song.. Neil started discussing the origins/inspiration/themes of the song ... denying that it has anything to do with his Catholic background or references to the crucifixion fo Christ ... saying that it was about these gardening shoes with big spikes on the soles that one uses to irrigate one's back yard. He did a little walk on the stage as if he was wearing...
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Re: the other you

geddy ·
A. Clark on Smallville, or Chandler on Friends B. this is really difficult cause I don't watch much tv. - maybe Drew Carey? :edit: Oh, I forgot I could use movie characters too.. Then personality-wise, I'm more like John Cusack's character (Rob Gordon) in the movie High Fidelity.
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Re: Say cheese! Funny faces here!

Lozza ·
edit - my dodgy pics have gone
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Re: Black and Blue and Read all over

Heidi in Pittsburgh ·
I usually dig satire, biographies, fantasy books. Lately, I've been into essay collections: "Diversity Dialogues," edited by Dr. Lee Gutkind, is essays written by people who have experienced different types of prejudice. The reason this is an important book, is the essays aren't just about racism, or even about things you'd typically think about. [I'm also lucky enough to have since developed a professional relationship with the editor/author, a VERY COOL GUY who heads the Creative...
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Re: Medical Oddities

Kill Eye ·
Ooh, I thought of another wierd thing! My body rejected a freckle. Apparently, all freckles are a form of skin cancer in so much as they are abnormal cell growth. Usually your body doesn't care because freckles don't represent a big threat. But every so often (actually quite rarely according to my doctor) your body, for whatever reason will get angry at a particular freckle and attack it as a foriegn invader. Over the course of a decade a white ring formed around one freckle on my back and...
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Re: Car = Personality??

ValerieH ·
Oh, Deb, I really really really want one of those Minis---they are soooo cute. They have even managed to edge a new Beetle off my top 3 list of cars. The top car would be a '65 Mustang Pony, baby blue, convertible. The second one would be a vintage Beetle (ca. 1972)---I know, I know, they have no heat, no get up and go, no safety standards...but my first boyfriend-with-a-car had one, so there's nostalgic stuff there. What colour is yours? There's a bright blue one that works in one of the...
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Re: Favorite CH songs?

brownie ·
This is a ridiculously difficult question! I'll give it a stab, but all of these could very well (and probably will) change by tomorrow (except for Nails In My Feet, which is perfect and therefore never changes ). Crowded House - Now We're Getting Somewhere Temple of Low Men - Into Temptation Woodface - Four Seasons In One Day Together Alone - Nails In My Feet Afterglow - Recurring Dream edit: As I was typing this out, Guy posted his list - imagine my surprise to hit "add reply" and see that...
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Re: Favorite CH songs?

Guy ·
Brownie, cool to see that we, miles apart, were thinking about the same thing and then coming up with almost the same list of songs. (why no DDIO? ) Edit: stop posting at the same time please
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Re: Who Else Is Snowed In?

Kill Eye ·
OK, I am LITTERALLY SNOWED IN!!!! There is 8 inches here now (well as of an hour ago and it's snowing 2 inches and hour so...). There's a big drift against my door and I have to go upstairs through the landlords apartment to get out. No workie for me today! I'm gonna try to dig out later and go to the park and take some pictures. I haven't seen snow like this since the April Fool's Storm in '97 I think. EDIT: Just looked up the April Fool's Storm, it was 1997, I was in Boston and we got...
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Re: Crowded & Costello

jenn ·
Yes, they are different but the pop craftmanship is the same. Great songs are great songs period. I also was so lucky to see Elvis Costello and Neil Finn live twice in the last year! And the concerts were all fantastic, the best four concerts of my life! edit: derrrr, how comatose am I? I saw Neil 3 times this past year, that would make it the best 5 concerts of my life...it's early in the morning...
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Re: Pics Soon....

reginold ·
I am trying to edit the photos from the Vancouver show and put them up on a site. I promise not to put up Lester's photos (not without permission at least). So give me another day or two....I may have to miss work on Monday to get them up....hmmm ... but I guarentee that I will get them up. Some of them are pretty cool.... some of them are just blurry... all are Neil!
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Re: Bad concert pairings...

brownie ·
There are two bands (that I can think of - there are probably more) that might be classified as alternative 80's bands that are huge NRBQ fans: REM and Yo La Tengo. Was it either of those bands that you might have seen? It might explain why they were the openers. I actually got into NRBQ from hearing Yo La Tengo cover one of their songs. NRBQ puts on one of the most fun shows you'll ever see. edit: I just remembered that NRBQ recently opened for Elvis Costello on a couple of dates. Although...
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Re: ancient songs that still sound great.....

sister madly in da house ·
The Beach Boys, how could I have forgotten? A lot of Simon and Garfunkel stuff too. ELO - Mr Blue Sky Yes are excellent too edit: forgot Creedence Clearwater Revival - Bad Moon Rising
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Re: Pete Yorn's new cd 'Day I Forgot'

geddy ·
Fret not Heidi. Was I wrong about Norah? Well Pete's no Norah, but for less than $10? Oh it's not weird, aside from an opening 50 second intriguing intro (sounds like an out take I guess). It�s straight forward and somewhat refreshingly similar stylistically to the first cd. Some real bright moments. While Peter Buck is unmistakably on mandolin on track 3 'Crystal Village', I think track 6 'Commit' by itself will satisfy your appetite for an REM-ish sound, and is worth the $5.99 alone. 'Come...
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Re: Photos of YOU

jenn ·
Dragging up another old thread...I think that this needs to be added onto anyways - alright all you new people, let's see those pictures! I just wanted to show off my photo editing skills! I've gone from complete computer illiterate to figuring out how to edit photos, etc...(So nice to have time to kill at work. ) Here's one of my niece and I rollerskating, my nephew is in the pic too. But I cropped this, brightened it etc! Here is me with two of my friends (my friend Mim's bachelorette.)...
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Re: Domestic niggles...............

grace0418 ·
Sorry, my spelling has been horrible lately, and apparently we can't edit posts after a certain length of time anymore (not loving that change). So let me rewrite my sentence so as not to sound like an idiot: Also, what's the worst that can happen if the seat is left down in the dead of night and a guy takes a piss without lifting the seat? Now think about the worst that can happen if the seat is left up in the middle of the night and a woman or man sits down to do whatever business is at ...
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Re: Photos of YOU

jenn ·
For some reason the avatar thing is more picky. Like I have an account with snapfish.com and it let's me host pictures for free as long as I keep getting pictures developed through them. It will work with the image function here, but it will not work for the avatar. Maybe since it's not a jpg file through snapfish? Anyway, right now I'm using mypicgallery.com to host my avatar - so far seems to work and it's free but I've heard the site crashes from time to time.... edit: Ingrid, you are...
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Re: Car = Personality??

Bob Memery ·
the Saab 93 (or originally 900) was the first Saab/GM joint creation; it is has the underpinnings of the Vauxhall/Opel Vectra (wheel layout, framework, engines etc), but the bodyshell and interior was designed by Saab. The 93 is now in a second generation model, and a new cabriolet will be available in Europe later this later, and yes it's Saab's version of the Vectra again. Edit time: thanks for Festiva pics; that model came to the UK as a Kia Pride, which I'm sure was also a Mazda 121 (who...
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Re: Getting to Know You...

jenn ·
Sorry Heidi, I just couldn't resist! And people think Neil Diamond is cheesy - look at this guy! edit: I had to change it back to Neil D, I couldn't take Neil Sedaka anymore!
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Re: Chicken Pox

SueBee ·
EDIT... Well, then, all I can say is I sure hope you feel better. If it ain't shingles, then that is good.
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Re: The Fletch's 15 minutes of "fame"...

Heidi in Pittsburgh ·
Top 20!?!?! When I just checked it, he had advanced to NUMBER FOUR!!!!! You GO, Mr. Waggy-Ass! (I mean that as a cheer, by the way, and not that I want him to actually urinate in the house...) [EDIT: Fletcher has a naturally-occurring white Nike logo on the side of his body, which I informed Nike about in hopes that he could be their Celebrity Spokesbeagle. You know..."Fletcher thinks Nike shoes are the most delicious..." I got this letter back from them saying that none of their advertising...
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Re: Natures Best 3.

Iarla ·
Excellent, I prefer that version. It's got more oompf. Actually did my own edit of the two versions back a few years ago, using the build up from the MN version, and the rest of the BOE version. Sounded very cool. Have an MP3 somewhere if anyone wants a copy\wants to host it.
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Re: Something So Strong...again

brownie ·
Too late to edit my earlier post unfortunately... but the reason realgroovy.com didn't work is because the URL is actually realgroovy.co.nz, which IS working, and they do still have Something So Strong. I think I paid about the same amount as Bean did with the exchange rate. That'll teach me to post in haste as I'm rushing out the door.
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Re: CH Unplugged

Stickgirl ·
There is a copy up for bid on E Bay at the moment, 5 hours left. It's listed as out of print, so I assume it was released. Not sure about that, I suppose it could have just been recorded off the tv. Anyway, it might be worth checking into. SG [edit] Interesting, they seem to have 3 copies of this, I would defenitely make sure it's not a copy.
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Re: When are you too old?

brownie ·
I've been to the type of nightclub you're talking about exactly twice* - both times within a week of each other, when I was 39, and when I was visiting a friend who lives in Ibiza. (How can one go to Ibiza and NOT go to a club? ) I didn't wear special clothes, I didn't interact with any of the clubbers other than the friends I was with, I didn't notice or care if anyone other than my friends was even paying any attention to me, because that's not why I was there. I had the time of my life! I...
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Re: Classic Australian rock bands

Paul_G ·
Skyhooks! Very Australian, very high quality songwriting, great arrangements - the complete unit. and thanks to John for reminding me of the Models' "Two Cabs to the Toucan"... awesome. edit... and Custard! How could I forget Custard! "Pack Yr Suitcases", "Caboolture Speed Lab", "Anatomically Correct"... fabulous. Paul.
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Re: Classic Australian rock bands

jenn ·
Nah....that's Minnesota and Wisconsin Fair food... the land of dairy farms ya knoooow!!! edit: if you are really curious - What is a Cheese Curd? Any excuse to have something deep fried. They also have deep fried Macaroni and Cheese... I think it's on a stick too! Never tried it.
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Re: Classic Australian rock bands

jenn ·
And I thought cheese curds were kinda nasty !! (I usally only have them once a year at a fair - you can have too much of a good thing!) Sorry I looked at that picture man....glad I already ate lunch!! Yep, that is Minneapolis...the view from Lake Calhoun... edit: of course right now, the website that hosts my picture must be down...
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Re: PLeeeeeeese tell me a joke

kia kaha ·
Okay, here's one A naked blonde walks into a bar, with a two foot salami under one arm and a poodle under the other. The bartender says, "I suppose you won't be needing a drink". The blonde lady says, "OoooooooooOOOOHHHH ****...." (courtesy of the movie "The Breakfast Club." And no, it isn't supposed to make sense - Judd Nelson admitted years later that that joke never did have a punchline, but since that whole movie makes me laugh anyway, particularly the...
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Re: 1000 Posts

Kill Eye ·
Hey, maybe you can have the baby at the show. You know, instead of a water birth or something new age-ie like that, you can have a Finn birth.
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Re: Neil the Chicken

Sandra ·
Yes, yes i know that. It's soooo funny. I couldn't stop laughing as I heard it for the first time. *toog toog toog toog toaaag* chicken on heroin *wuuui* Edit: I've found it on my drive, pn to me if someone wants it...
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Re: Live Ceremonies At Ground Zero Today

geddy ·
:edit: Sorry, I don't know how that time translates out around the globe.
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Re: REST IN PEACE, JOHNNY

geddy ·
Just when you thought today would be a better day.. This week has just been bad all around. Warren Zevon left us on Sunday, the 9/11 anniversary yesterday, and now this. So sad to hear about Johnny. He had one helluva 71 years of living. How's he gonna explain to God why he's wearing black in Heaven? I was just flat out shocked to learn of John Ritter's death this morning too. He was a funny, talented man. Can't believe he died at only 54 years old. Too soon. Way too soon. :edit: I'm goin to...
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Re: 5 Random Things About Yourself

tonguetied ·
1. Ive never even kissed another guy since I was 17 2. I've only ever even 'been' with him. 3. He's my best friend 4.I bragged how I'd never been in hospital and within 8 wks I had fractured my skull and had my appendix out. 5.My sister was born with 6 toes on 1 foot EDIT! Oh and I typed that list when I was as nissed as a pewt last night
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Re: Ultra Vivid's avatar!

jenn ·
Sorry, I like Mr Bean too... Blackadder - nothing can top that, how could you? Mr Bean is a totally different thing, the humor is coming from a different place, not as... intellectual, more physical. But, I can also just look at Rowan Atkinson and laugh - that's just me! Sorry, I've never seen Father Ted, so I don't know who you are talking about to compare. I really wish I could see the show though - the way you talk about it, I know I would love it! edit: yeah tonguetied....that avatar - I...
 
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