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  1. 42nd Street in Manhattan tonight. This is my first post in these forums since 2007. I "retired" because of all the drama. So weird that I'm not seeing any names I remember, but then it has been over six years! 1-0-0-1? GhostGirl? Digital Man (Scott)? Jack Aubrey? Helloooooo? Rush on y'all. P.S. Ron is the one sitting front and center in the pic. He was "Indica" on the forums and he died around the time I quit the forums, a couple of days before S&A was released. I'm the one on the right with the devil horns.
  2. QUOTE (DonnaWanna @ Mar 21 2005, 09:32 PM) QUOTE (Cygnus @ Mar 21 2005, 09:03 PM) Looks Like xx-entrenue-xx has returned oh yeaaa i remember that dood didnt he post his pic on that other board?? LOL Uh-oh. SSShhhhhhh. I remember him from the other board. I'm the one who started the petition to get 'em banned.
  3. Roll the Bones has twice as many votes as Hold Your Fire??? Sayin?
  4. QUOTE (ES-335 @ Dec 19 2004, 07:17 PM) It is really nice to see so many young folks getting into RUSH. Yep, but there should be more. Alas, this isn't 1984.
  5. 299 more and I'll be a Prime Mover...... Just passed 3,000 somewhere else.
  6. If I'm not mistaken, HAZ is coming up on his 30th!
  7. Prime Mover. It's not my favorite--that's Time Stand Still--but I think it's probably the best one according to Rush's standards.
  8. QUOTE (GhostGirl @ Sep 27 2004, 02:20 PM) More eye candy: http://www.u2exit.com/pix/albums/bono/bono03.sized.jpg Wow GG. Great find! Bono's almost old enough to qualify to be my type.
  9. If I were able to post pics, I'd post Cal Ripken Jr., Kevin Kline, Ed Harris, and Gen. Wes Clark.
  10. So many gems, but Earthshine's gotta take the cake.
  11. QUOTE (i worship rush @ Oct 10 2004, 08:02 PM) great topic and i couldnt think of anything. ---------------------------- Peanut Butter Jelly Time! Wheels can take you around, wheels can cut you down This doesn't really fit the criteria, since Boston had (has?) two guitarists, but I've always been partial to Brad Delp and Tom Scholz.
  12. Just when I was finally getting over my PTD!
  13. Nope. No intelligent life. Not a one.
  14. Nice! Gotta love them levels. Haz and I just became Syrinx Priests over at RT. Over here, my puny little 100-sumpin is flipping depressing.
  15. QUOTE (DonnaWanna @ Sep 25 2004, 10:38 AM) One day I had to be the bearer of bad news when I told a wife that her husband had died of a massive myocardial infarct. Not more than five minutes later, I heard her reporting to the rest of the family that he had died of a "massive internal fart." --Dr. Susan Steinberg, Manitoba, Canada
  16. QUOTE (BSG @ Sep 24 2004, 09:09 PM) Hey married men! Some things in the animal kingdom are universal. And I do ALL the hunting while you lounge around all day with your buddies and when's the last time you took the trash out to the road and just LOOK at yourself... http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v411/bsg2112/bsg2112/AnimalKingdom.jpg Flippin' funny! Maybe not being able to get married ain't so bad!
  17. QUOTE (Indica @ Sep 24 2004, 11:57 AM) QUOTE (LakesideMaiden @ Sep 24 2004, 10:29 AM) QUOTE (Alsgalpal @ Sep 23 2004, 07:43 PM) Cruised you??? What is that????? Darlin, I think he means that Horshack was checkin' him out...right Sing? lol horshack, hes foxie, I can't believe anyone would pass up an offer like that. Lake: yep, that's what it means. Indy: Imagine 'em going "OOH-OOH-OOH-OOH!!!!"
  18. QUOTE (Alsgalpal @ Sep 23 2004, 01:56 PM) A few weeks ago at work, I was doing a color weave, and this man walked in wanting a haircut. He looked familiar to me, and then he spoke. I think it was freakin' Jeff Bridges!!!!! He looked exactly like him and sounded like him!!!! His wife was there too, and she kept looking at me like "do you know who we are?" I did a double take when he talked, then had an amuzed look on his face... that is a big stretch too... I have also met Beaver, from leave it to beaver. He rides motorcycles, and we were at an awards banquet, and he sat himself at our table. Nice man. Beaver? You met the Beaver??? That's funny. I've sort of met Horseshack. His name is Ron somethingorother. Actually, we've never been introduced. He frequents this bar I sometimes go to; he drinks late afternoon. A couple of times it was just the two of us sitting at the bar, but I won't talk to him because I hear he's a bit of an *ssh*le and he's cruised me. Wouldn't want to give him the wrong idea.
  19. QUOTE (Singularity @ Sep 9 2004, 06:32 PM) About two years ago, I was sitting with some friends in a bar (yes, one of those bars), when one of them said Jimmy Fallon just walked by. No one really cared; we see famous people around all the time. Anyway, about a minute later I got up to get another drink. Some guy, who turned out to be Fallon's shadow, asked me if I wanted to play pool with J.F. I looked around like, Why me?, but said "Sure." I played him three games: 3 up, 3 down. I don't remember much of what he said during the games (I was drunk), but I do remember that everything he said was with a British accent. I called him on it, and his reply was again British. His friend never shut up, though. I have no idea why he or his friend asked me to play, but it was fun, nonetheless. I forgot about the time I played soccer Ritchie Blackmore in 1985. My sister's fiancee, at the time, was good friends with him. I don't really remember it much--but I do have a picture. What I remember is one of Blackmore's roadies tripped my friend, Jon Lock (yeah, that really is his name), and, always the protective one, I ran clear across the field, leapt at him and gave him a full body check. The dude hardly moved; he was just like, "Good one, kid." And a big splash of sweat, too.
  20. QUOTE (BSG @ Sep 21 2004, 09:42 PM) QUOTE (Singularity @ Sep 20 2004, 08:28 PM) QUOTE (BSG @ Sep 12 2004, 05:17 PM) Hold Your Fire The album meant so much to me at a rough time in my life. Absolute and without a doubt DITTO! Same here. I could consider many of 'em as my fave, but HYF just makes me happiest. Cheers me up no matter what. Looks like it's up to us to change a few minds, ey?
  21. QUOTE (BSG @ Sep 7 2004, 04:19 PM) A little Drano, a little plunger action, and just look what happens...... You're actually on to something, B. That's the notion which led me to wonder if there were a black hole at the center of each spiral galaxy....like going down a drain. Turns out they do! Beyond that, I've wondered where all that energy goes, once (and if) it passes through the singularity. My thought is it all collects somewhere and, when all or most of our universe's matter and energy fall through respective black holes, it builds up and forces itself toward a single, reverse singularity...another Big Bang.
  22. Very seussical! How about limericky? There once were three boys from Toronto As close as Lone Ranger and Tonto With music that's awesome Enough for a foursome They're going to play for us pronto!
  23. QUOTE (RushRevisited @ Sep 20 2004, 07:26 PM) QUOTE (Singularity @ Sep 20 2004, 08:25 PM) My world has turned upside down! It was hard enough getting used to pronouncing Neil's last name as (peert), but now this?! Now, pronounce Zivojinovich... I know it's nuts, but that's actually easier for me! I'm a hockey fan; ever seen those names?
  24. QUOTE (BSG @ Sep 12 2004, 05:17 PM) Hold Your Fire The album meant so much to me at a rough time in my life. Absolute and without a doubt DITTO! Same here. I could consider many of 'em as my fave, but HYF just makes me happiest. Cheers me up no matter what.
  25. My world has turned upside down! It was hard enough getting used to pronouncing Neil's last name as (peert), but now this?!
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