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    SOS and booze, what could possibly ail ya after that 'cept a tune that will stick with ya forever?
    C'mon everybody

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aA9OqUuA6a0"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aA9OqUuA6a0[/ame]

    Wag more, bark less

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    Hey morning.
    "Those who cannot remember the past, are condemned to repeat it."- American Philosopher George Santayana

  4. Default Funny but so true!



    Those of you familiar with life in Italia, you can attest...


    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHWBL9_alKs"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHWBL9_alKs[/ame]

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    Quote Originally Posted by falena View Post
    Depends...you want to be able to light it on fire or not?
    Whaa? You wanna light depends on fia?

    Wag more, bark less

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shangrila View Post
    SOS and booze, what could possibly ail ya after that 'cept a tune that will stick with ya forever?
    C'mon everybody
    Harry Nilsson... God he was good!

    They say that Nilsson had a self-destructive streak a mile wide, and it was the downfall of his career, as well as his wonderful voice.

    There's a documentary video "Who Is Harry Nilsson (And Why Is Everybody Talkin' 'Bout Him?)" that tells a story about Nilsson that is truly sad. Supposedly Nilsson had teamed up with the record producer Richard Perry - who produced Nilsson's first two commercially successful albums (Nilsson Schmilsson and Nilsson Son of Schmillson) - on the condition that Nilsson would remain clean and sober, and stay away from the LA party scene. After the success of these two albums, Nilsson kinda "forgot" his promise to Perry. Perry and Nilsson were supposed to go back in the studio to make another album, but Perry was having problems dealing with Nilsson's behavior. Perry supposedly asked Nilsson about the promise that he (Nilsson) had made to stay straight, and Nilsson's reply was simply "I lied."

    Richard Perry went on to produce albums for Ringo Starr, and Nilsson's musical career went down the (*)(*)(*)(*)ter.

    I always was a big fan of Harry Nilsson, and especially this song --

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsJBynpLn2s]The Puppy Song[/ame]
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    Good morning, folks!

    Ugh, lime in the coconut reminds me of a wayward Christmas present I got. GS & another roomie were out shopping for me on Christmas Eve and I decided to call 'em and give 'em a hint (so they didn't get me 6 pair of pink Cheryl Tieg socks like they did one yr).

    So I tell the GS, "I'd love to have some fancy soap... you know, like those you helped me wrap for my friends at work?" He's all excited and says, "Thx for the suggestion! Glad you told us!"

    Then he calls back 10 min later and sez, "Would you rather have coconut or vanilla scented soap?"

    I flinched a little and told him to use his own judgment, that I'd like to be at least halfway surprised by my gift!

    They bought a set of bath gel & lotion (NOT the fancy bar of soap I asked for) -- and it's LIME & COCONUT scented and too cheap to actually smell good... so I have it sitting in my shower, unused... but every morning I see it and thru my brain goes,

    "YOU PUT THE LIME IN THE COCONUT AND DRINK IT ALL UP..."

    LOL

    Spare me, please!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smartmouthwoman View Post
    I thought of this naming the bar... luv this version!

    Hernando's Hideaway

    *dances*
    Notice that turntable.It almost passed me bye.It's a Garrard.
    I had that exact model,by golly.I looked at the record for a sec and
    said,gee that stylis { the part which houses the needle }.That
    stylis is what I had.And the platter looks right.Make no mistake.
    It's a manual.My Dad gave me his turntable after I built a heathkit
    Amplifier w/ Heathkit speakers.I also had an AM/FM tuner.
    I built the Heathkit the summer of my 8th grade at our summer
    home.You got plastic bags with little diodes,capacitors and
    transisters.A circuit board and a schematic { Blueprint }.
    I had that Heathkit and speakers and turntable all through
    High School and then college.The Amp was 30 watts.Probably
    conservatively rated,more like 50 watts.Man did it blast out tunes.
    The Garrard was bulky and had a nice wood frame and thick
    platter with rubber mat.
    What Luck.Now I hope no one drums up a pic of the kind of underwear
    I had.It wasn't hammy down from the old man,but coulda been.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smartmouthwoman View Post
    I thought of this naming the bar... luv this version!

    Hernando's Hideaway

    *dances*
    *tosses a Mexican hat on the floor*

    Everybody! Dance!!

    Morning, BTW!


    "A little neglect breeds mischief:
    for want of a nail, the shoe was lost;
    for want of a shoe, the horse was lost;
    for want of a horse, the rider was lost".....Benjamin Franklin

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    Quote Originally Posted by falena View Post
    Dear Jesus in Heaven if this song doesn't wanna make you drink rum out of a coconut and smoke a joint. lmao

    That's it I say we all move to Jamaica!

    BOB MARLEY - THREE LITTLE BIRDS (LYRICS) - YouTube
    My bags are packed, and Ruby's ready to go. I have to take the bike.


    "A little neglect breeds mischief:
    for want of a nail, the shoe was lost;
    for want of a shoe, the horse was lost;
    for want of a horse, the rider was lost".....Benjamin Franklin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foolardi View Post
    Notice that turntable.It almost passed me bye.It's a Garrard.
    I had that exact model,by golly.I looked at the record for a sec and
    said,gee that stylis { the part which houses the needle }.That
    stylis is what I had.And the platter looks right.Make no mistake.
    It's a manual.My Dad gave me his turntable after I built a heathkit
    Amplifier w/ Heathkit speakers.I also had an AM/FM tuner.
    I built the Heathkit the summer of my 8th grade at our summer
    home.You got plastic bags with little diodes,capacitors and
    transisters.A circuit board and a schematic { Blueprint }.
    I had that Heathkit and speakers and turntable all through
    High School and then college.The Amp was 30 watts.Probably
    conservatively rated,more like 50 watts.Man did it blast out tunes.
    The Garrard was bulky and had a nice wood frame and thick
    platter with rubber mat.
    What Luck.Now I hope no one drums up a pic of the kind of underwear
    I had.It wasn't hammy down from the old man,but coulda been.
    By some chance did it look like these. LOL


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