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  1. QUOTE (troutman @ Apr 19 2005, 04:00 PM)
    heart.gif heart.gif heart.gif heart.gif heart.gif

    QUOTE (circumstantial tree @ Apr 19 2005, 08:46 PM)

    He's grown a lot since these pics.

    Cute pup yes.gif I think these two would get along just fine!!!






    I love that little dog. heart.gif heart.gif heart.gif heart.gif heart.gif

  2. QUOTE (tick @ May 12 2007, 07:08 PM)
    QUOTE (CeeJ @ May 12 2007, 06:58 PM)
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    CeeJ, tick

    This was the first gathering that I
    had the chance to attend and I still
    look back at this with fond memories.
    I see that I'm not the only one. biggrin.gif


    kennys sig. prompted me to reminise ! trink39.gif that was one hell of a time.



    It was a GREAT TIME!!!








  3. QUOTE (launchpad67a @ Jan 24 2006, 09:08 PM)
    QUOTE (Indica @ Jan 24 2006, 11:47 PM)
    I added a song but I don't know how to find it to listen to it.

    It's called "Wizzy - Extasy"

    Your tune is ready to go Indy.


    Listen Here at TRFM

    Go ahead and delete my song off your server. The recording is shitty, and half these people don't deserve free music anyway.


    I know who my friends are here. If they want to hear any of my songs they can email me




    And I will be happy to send them 20+ of my tunes.

  4. QUOTE (Cygnus @ Jan 24 2006, 09:10 AM)
    A Plan to save bankrupt airlines:

    Replace all female flight attendants with some good-lookin' strippers! What the hell? The attendants have gotten old and haggard-looking. They don't even serve food anymore, so what's the loss?

    The strippers would double, triple, perhaps quadruple the alcohol consumption and get a "party atmosphere" going in the cabin. And, of course, every heterosexual businessman in this country would start flying again, hoping to see naked women.

    Muslims would be afraid to get on the planes for fear of seeing naked women. Hijackings would come to a screeching halt and the airline industry would see record revenues.

    Why the hell didn't Bush think of this? Why do I still have to do everything myself?


    Bill Clinton

    That's a brilliant idea!!!!!!!!! new_thumbsupsmileyanim.gif

  5. QUOTE (rushgoober @ Jan 25 2006, 07:22 PM)
    magnum p.i. movie? ohmy.gif

    might as well make a quincy movie while we're at it or too close for comfort or maybe joanie loves chachi, or maybe what we really need is Battle of the Network Stars: The Movie.

    When will the madness end??? wacko.gif

    Yeah or a Giligans Island movie where they really get rescued at the end.

  6. QUOTE (rushgoober @ Jan 25 2006, 07:39 AM)
    QUOTE (Riv @ Jan 25 2006, 06:50 AM)
    QUOTE (rushgoober @ Jan 25 2006, 03:59 PM)
    QUOTE (Riv @ Jan 25 2006, 04:35 AM)
    Too bad it wasn't Sean.

    I can only assume you're referring to his political beliefs? Whatever the reason, this really wasn't funny. How can you say something like that?

    Because I'm not you.

    Do you have any idea how disgusting it is to wish someone dead? Are you even thinking about what you're saying here? Unfortunately, I'm sure you are. It's attitudes like this that have the world in the turmoil it's in today. I don't wish death upon my worst enemy, people who have acutally done horrible things to me and/or the world. I'd like some of them locked up where they can no longer harm anyone, but death? No, that's for God to hand out, not man, and to wish it upon anyone, especially for someone who just differs from you ideologically is just beyond... well, I don't even know what to say...

    I know what you mean Gary. When Yasser Arafat died people were jumping for joy. I'm not a big fan of him or anything but I can't jump for joy when anyone dies and I don't wish death on anyone. I do not hate anyone enough to wish them dead. But people are different, not everyone is like me as you can tell. I guess I am more of a pacifist and have a lot of compasion. Hell, even after someone started a fight with me, and I beat the shit out of them, I still felt bad about it later even though I was just defending myself. I'm guessing not everyone is like that either. I can't help it though, it's just how I am, other people who wish death upon someone else can't help how they are either.


    Things that make you go hmmmm. Lots of hate in the world today, and it seems to get worse daily.


    I personally like Sean Penn, I think he means well and he's also a good actor. I don't know much of his brother who died but I'm sure he was a good guy too. It sucks when tragic shit happens like this. sad.gif

  7. I heard a few good voices tonight. It seems they let most of the crappy singers go the first couple of days. But that is the most funny/entertaining. I've heard a lot of good singers but sometimes it's more fun just to laugh at people who think they can sing when they really suck. Am I a bad person for laughing? laugh.gif
  8. QUOTE (PuppetKing2112 @ Jan 25 2006, 01:31 PM)
    QUOTE (tangdog @ Jan 25 2006, 02:04 PM)
    This is bound to make some people very happy and others vomit violently.

    A Tribute to The Who
    featuring Mike Portnoy, Paul Gilbert, Billy Sheehan and Gary Cherone

    May 27th - Whittier, CA
    The Center Theater Stage
    Whittier Community Center
    7630 S. Washington Avenue

    Tickets are ON SALE NOW

    May 30th - Chicago, IL
    Durty Nellie's

    180 N. Smith Street

    Palatine, IL

    Tickets available exclusively through The Drum Pad


    May 31st - New York City

    BB King's Blues Club

    237 W. 42nd St.



    How many bands must this man ruin?

    I despise tribute bands but this might sound pretty cool.


    You really think Portnoy ruins bands? As long as he keeps good time and don't try to add too much of his own stuff then I figure he would only help most bands.


    Paul Gilbert, Billy Sheehan in the same band could posibly kick some ass, plus with a kick ass drummer, this could rock. I remember Gilbert in Racer-X and those guys straight shreaded.

  9. QUOTE (dweezil @ Jan 24 2006, 10:48 PM)
    Actor Chris Penn, brother of Sean Penn, has been found dead at his Santa Monica residence.

    Police discovered the 40-year-old actor's body at around 4pm local time on Tuesday.

    There were no obvious signs of foul play. Autopsy results were pending.

    "The Penn family would appreciate the media's respect of their privacy during this difficult time," Mara Buxbaum, Sean Penn's publicist, said in a statement.

    Penn's body was discovered in a bed inside the residence, located in a four-storey condominium complex near the beach, after his housekeeper called the authorities.

    Last night, actor Martin Sheen left the condominium complex from a rear exit with two older women, but did not comment.

    Chris Penn's credits include Mulholland Falls, Rumble Fish, All the Right Moves, Footloose and Rush Hour.

    He also played Nice Guy Eddie Cabot in the 1992 Quentin Tarantino crime drama Reservoir Dogs.

    His late father, Leo Penn, directed television shows. His mother, Eileen Ryan, is an actress whose credits include I Am Sam, Magnolia and Parenthood. Another brother is musician Michael Penn.

    Chris Penn's latest film, The Darwin Awards, was scheduled to premiere on Wednesday at the Sundance Film Festival.


    Last night, actor Martin Sheen left the condominium complex from a rear exit with two older women, but did not comment. unsure.gif


  10. QUOTE (Batman @ Jan 24 2006, 04:27 PM)
    Steelers buck tradition, to wear white in Super Bowl 

    Check the full story from Superbowl.com

    If it works don't change it.
    Cowher made the choice by himself and without consulting with ownership, saying, "We're not playing at Heinz Field so, in my mind, it's an away game."

    I'm glad they are wearing white!!!!! That's cool.


    I will tell you about my lucky Hines Ward shirt. Donna got me an Early Christmas present the week after they lost 3 games in a row, they sunk to 7-5 and they had to win the rest of their games to get a wild card spot, and they had to win 3 road playoff games to go to the super bowl.


    But I believed!!!!!!!!!!! yes.gif


    All Along I have been counting down all that time, 8 wins in a row!!! 7 more!! 6 More!!! eTC, etc..week by week on the forum. I started wearing the Hines Ward shirt she got me when we played the Chicago Bears, we beat them and haven't lost a game since!!!!


    It's a white away Jersey just like the one he's gonna wear in the super bowl!!! I haven't cleaned the jersey yet, that's bad luck!!!


    Oh and the game when we played in Minnesota I forgot to put the shirt on and the Vikings scored 2 Touchdowns in the first few minutes of that game, I remembered I forgot to wear the lucky shirt and when I put it on the Steelers scored twice within a few short minutes!!! They've been beating everyone since!!! And I mean BEATING THEM!!! They outscored the oponents the last 7 games by an average score of 29-17!!!


    Here's what the shirt looks like!!! I won't wash it until AFTER the Superbowl!!! It smells like cig smoke but I don't care!!!


  11. SOUP NAZI: Go on! Leave! Get out!


    WOMAN: But I didn't do anything.


    SOUP NAZI: Next!


    ELAINE: Hello.


    SOUP NAZI: You. You think you can get soup? Please. You're wasting

    everyone's time.


    ELAINE: I don't want soup. I can make my own soup. " 5 cups chopped Porcine mushrooms, half a cup of olive oil, 3 pounds celery."


    SOUP NAZI: That is my recipe for wild mushroom.


    ELAINE: Yeah, that's right. I got 'em all. Cold cucumber, corn and crab chowder, mulligatawny.


    SOUP NAZI: Mulliga...tawny?


    ELAINE: .You're through Soup Nazi. Pack it up. No more soup for you. Next!

  12. I have watched this show a few times. I never knew the name of it though, I didn't pay that much attention to the name, I would stop on this show sometimes when flipping through the channels. I guess since it was on the same time as MNF I usually missed it.
  13. QUOTE (ES-335 @ Jan 23 2006, 08:07 AM)
    Quirky topic:

    I see all these guitars listed with the shape and size of the neck and board ... I have never paid attention to this. I have always had no problem switching between my classical with the wide neck and an electric ... and I have yet to pay too much attention to any differences in electrics either.

    Is it important to any of you?

    I played so many guitars and owned a ton of different kinds. It makes a little difference to me, not all that much. I really love the feel of my Gibson SG a lot and that's probably why I had it a lot longer than I kept any of my other guitars.


    When I was playing gigs I kept an old acoustic guitar with a really wide neck backstage and I would warm up on it for a few minutes before I went out and played. I guess just to stretch my fingers out a bit.


    But the size of the neck was never a huge concern to me. The way it felt and played was what mattered the most to me. I played some guitars with wide necks that played great, the same with thinner necks. Either way, I always got used to a certain guitar pretty quick after I played it a couple days.


    I never cared what size the neck was but I guess if it's a guitar on ebay or something, and the person couldn't play it before they bought it, then I guess it's better for the seller to give as much information that they can in case someone is looking for a certain guitar or something like that. I never went in a music store and the salesman tell me " This one has a size 15 wide sized neck, very good for rock or country music, I have 2 of them myself, I love them"......

  14. I missed about half of the new shows this season. I saw every other episode multiple times. Eric and Jackie is what makes the whole show. And Kelso Donna and Hyde, oh and the foreign kid. Oh and Donna's original Mother. yes.gif


    Oh and Kitty.




    Oh and Red.










    N Donna's dad and Tommy Chong.



    Damn that's a cool show. 1022.gif

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