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  1. 13 points
    Mine is stained glass....
  2. 12 points
    Yeah, we done it again. Grilled out some hamburgers, hotdogs, had various deserts .... Watched the Heist with Gene Hackman. You can sort of see my house in the background of at least one of the pictures.... so the field you see is sort of my front yard. Oh, and had to use my brother in laws powered EV's and a sub for the sound.
  3. 11 points
    Almost a year without a dog. So hard to put them down and say goodbye. Today is pretty exciting. First non-greyhound in 20 years
  4. 11 points
    Earlier this week I spent the day in the Hospital. The reason is not important, but the experience has been profound for me. Atlanta's Emory Hospital is a highly rated care facility. They have provided care for the indigent and Presidents. (in fact last fall I spent time there with President Carter and Roselyn when he was receiving brain cancer treatment, an amazing human being) Today was different though. In a room with 8 very sick people, I realized I was looking into the eyes of the dying, yet they hold tight to the hope that this treatment will save them. In them I saw my moms heroic losing battle with cancer. I saw my Dad, nearing his 95 birthday, alone in a nursing home, isolated from his family by COVID 19. We talk, but I can't put my arms around him, and tell him I love him. I saw a caring and compassionate group of caregivers that did not judge anyone by skin color, only their needs. A very gaunt Black man was helped into the room by his caring daughter and was seated next to me. We made eye contact and he greeted me with "Happy Father's Day". A special type of man! It is not a perfect world. Hateful people of all races continue to shoot, kill and loot on the streets of Atlanta, Chicago, New York, LA, Houston.............. But most of us have not lost our humanity. It's just that the ones that have seem to scream the loudest. Please engage with those around you. You may never know the difference you can make in one persons life.. Jerry I am not a country music fan, but in the 70's a College friend introduced me to John Prine. I remain a fan. This song has always been special, but is more meaningful today than ever.
  5. 10 points
    Mine is woodworking. JJK
  6. 10 points
    I had a leading part in a short independent film called Bingo Night. It's now on YouTube. Maybe the young lady who directed it will get a few cents if you watch it. No, I don't. I think it's seven minutes long, but it has won prizes at a few film festivals. SSH
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    WooHoo 🥳 well things are beginning to come back together. So nice to have a pair of Scala's in my life again. Had certainly forgot what was missing. Dancing circles around 'em ol RF-7's LOL A huge Thank You to our very special friend out of StL, @MookieStl! Sir Mookie helped me score a very nice, pristine condition vintage Onkyo TX-SV90PRO. Paired with the Scala's, I am at a loss for words... Grateful & Blessed
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    A woman decides to have a face lift for her 50th birthday. She spends $15,000 and looks sensational. On her way home, she stops at a news stand to buy a newspaper. Before leaving, she says to the clerk, ‘I hope you don’t mind my asking, but how old do you think I am?”. ‘About 32,’ is the reply.’ ‘Nope! I’m exactly 50,’ the woman says happily. A little while later she goes into McDonald’s and asks the counter girl the very same question. The girl replies, ‘I’d guess about 29.’ The woman replies with a big smile, ‘Nope, I’m 50.’ Now she’s feeling really good about herself. She stops at a candy shop on her way down the street. She goes up to the counter to get some mints and asks the assistant the same burning question. The clerk responds, ‘Oh, I’d say 30.’ Again she proudly responds, ‘I’m 50, but thank you!’ While waiting for the bus to go home, she asks an old man waiting next to her the same question. He replies, ‘Lady, I’m 78 and my eyesight is going. Although, when I was young there was a sure-fire way to tell how old a woman was. It sounds very forward, but it requires you to let me put my hands under your bra Then, and only then I can tell you EXACTLY how old you are.’ They wait in silence on the empty street until her curiosity gets the better of her. She finally blurts out, ‘What the hell, go ahead.’ He slips both of his hands under her blouse and begins to feel around very slowly and carefully. He bounces and weighs each breast and he gently pinches each nipple. He pushes her breasts together and rubs them against each other. After a couple of minutes of this, she says, ‘Okay, okay.....How old am I?’ He completes one last squeeze of her breasts, removes his hands, and says, ‘Madam, you are 50.’ Stunned and amazed, the woman says, ‘That was incredible, how could you tell?’ ‘I was behind you at McDonalds.
  11. 9 points
    Thank you, ladies & gentlemen, thank you. She seems to be better.
  12. 9 points
    Whole thing is a non-debate. Far more were killed by conventional bombing. Many times more would have died without the bomb. Once you are in a war, you kill people and break things until the other side stops. Humane warfare is a contradiction in terms. Dave
  13. 9 points
    Do you think she’s trying to kill me? This was presented while Brubeck’s Take Five played from her phone. I’m not even her father, but I am the father of her two sons. HAPPY FATHER’S DAY! She also made cinnamon buns. Where did I put that insulin?
  14. 8 points
    Forget the second pot... straight to espresso.
  15. 8 points
    Ha! Don't need no stinkin USPS when ya got UPS! What can brown do for me today? Nada but thanks for makin my day! Nice lil touch up to the ones I've just about worn out. Toss in a lil BBK & EC and I can wait for that Stones delivery! Ha!
  16. 8 points
    A couple more shots toward the mountains and the last one looking back toward town. Flood warning in town for tomorrow.
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    At the end of the evening I just listen to ZAPPA in NY. 1977, Discret Label
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    After I spent the late afternoon and early evening with a jazz CD session ( you can see at " Right this Minute Thread " ) I had to activate my TT again. At the moment I am enjoying Jan Akkermann & Kaz Lux with the album " Transparental ". Deutsche Grammophon , Polydor Label, 1980.
  20. 8 points
    Back a couple years from that one. Compatible with the sour tonight! the Doors Strange Days Jim really had a versatile voice
  21. 8 points
    @MicroMara I had a very good Teac cassette deck for a few years. Traded it to my roommate in Stone Mountain GA for a beautiful new chalky medium blue La-Z-Boy Recliner! It was JVC deck afterwards for a long time. Back to the LPs Some more form the birthday haul! the Doobie Brothers Takin' it to the Streets Excellent easy going 70s rock!
  22. 8 points
    Found a bit more on Neil Young's new LP. Neil Young puts it best: "This album is the unheard bridge between Harvest and Comes a Time". Recorded between June 1974 and January 1975, Homegrown was intended to come out in 1975 before Neil cancelled the release. The album has remained unreleased until now, achieving a legendary status among Neil Young fans in the process. The album is made up of twelve Neil Young songs, of which seven are previously unreleased - "Separate Ways," "Try," "Mexico," "Kansas," "We Don’t Smoke It No More," "Vacancy" and "Florida" (a spoken word narration). Also included are the first recordings of "Love Is A Rose," "Homegrown," "White Line", "Little Wing," and "Star Of Bethlehem" – different versions of which would all later appear on other Neil Young albums. Neil plays solo on some tracks (guitar, piano and harmonica), and is joined by a band of friends on other tracks, including Levon Helm, Ben Keith, Karl T Himmel, Tim Drummond, Emmylou Harris and Robbie Robertson. Recorded in analog, and mastered from the original master tapes, this long-lost album is a wonderful addition to Neil’s incomparable catalog.
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    You planted a seed. Weenies.
  25. 8 points
    I like to shoot stuff.
  26. 8 points
    not 2-channel but... So here is what has been taking up my time the last 2+ years. Pro Street 1935 Hudson. Built 'er myself. She is ALMOST done now (never done LOL) and with Winter around the corner, need me some Scala's 🥰
  27. 8 points
    I got politely booted off the pc earlier. Other stuff did get in the way and I lost some time but did get a bit done since this afternoon. @billybob don't have that Seeger System that you posted recently that I like, but do have a couple others. My Night Moves was on cassette so it's nice to have that again, same with Goats Head Soup my second favorite Stones LP. Could have gone without picking up those Hot Rocks best of records last year, got `em all how they came out now!
  28. 8 points
    Chuck if you don't win.. I will take anyone of these.. I'm sure they would take care of any pops or tics..
  29. 8 points
    “Teaching”? Nope. Indoctrinating.
  30. 7 points
    I'm restoring my 1962 Triumph 350cc motorcycle. Needed a piston barrel because mine would have to be re-sleeved. So I find one with still plenty of life to it on ebay in merry old England. It arrives this week packed in an ancient rusty metal container. The security of the barrel is shored up with sawed up pieces of a wooden bannister and what looks to some ancient wood flooring. Scatter throughout are some very oily pieces of what looks to be paraffin paper. It worked. Everything was fine. I may be wrong, but I'd like to think that that ancient metal box was an ammunition box from the Battle of Britain. it's certainly at least that old.
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    We lost our mother today. Actually Heaven gained another musician. It stinks but we recognize that she has not been in any pain since this morning at 10:10. Got practical, legal and financial stuff to take care of real soon. A lady that has grown dear to us since she moved in across the street called earlier tonight to say something was left at the beginning of the drive here. Well New York City folks aren't all stereotypical. This one is loved after only a couple years here. Imagine that this is one way people from up there honor their friends. I can actually visualize Love springing from the Earth, blossoming, growing wings then off to Heaven😥
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    A quick entry on the spinning thread - to acknowledge the impact of this artist RIP Ennio Artist - Ennio Morricone Title - The Good, The Bad And The Ugly - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ID - A United Artist release SUAL - 932862 Via Festival Records Australia
  34. 7 points
    I wonder what this is ? Just arrived This is an album that was on backorder for over a month Will give it a spin tomorrow This Re Issue is a US release but pressed in Germany on 180 gr from 2015 Frank Zappa One Size Fits All
  35. 7 points
    And you will send one to all of your friends? What a guy!
  36. 7 points
    Finally opened the box from last week. Got to leave the discogs seller a review and geeze, I've not had time for too much lately. Could be the rig or could be the improved pressing over the original that I knew was kinda lacking. Their earlier stuff live I haven't heard in decades now. RUSH All The World's A Stage
  37. 7 points
    It was a beautiful afternoon here yesterday Two views of the same rock
  38. 7 points
    From my Peter Green (former Fleetwood Mac Frontman) trilogy I am currently enjoying the album " Watcha gonna do ". The other two albums of his are called " Little Dreamer and "In the skies". I think all 3 albums are really wonderful
  39. 7 points
    @BigStewMan My guitar playing buddy, who has been working as a historian of various capacities his whole life, sent me this. Me in 1968, Platteville, Wisconsin. He has stuff from then to now all organized and cataloged. Photographer was Russ Spiering. The guitar was a Guild D-40, owned by a friend of ours, Dennis Schaut. Dennis now lives in Pennsylvania, while Roger is in Statesboro, GA. Always amazing to see how our lives have changed over the years.
  40. 7 points
    August 6th is around the corner and already I’ve seen a few articles lamenting the decision and pining about the travails of the ‘survivors’. There’s no question that WW2 was horrific. It was horrific before we were involved. And it is not unusual for scholars and lay people alike to ponder the choices made during such hard times. But there’s this tendency to flail America endlessly for the use of the atomic weaponry, as though Japan was a peace loving nation that was mercilessly slaughtered. Rarely, as in VERY rarely do you ever see articles about the horrors facing America and Americans leading up to the decision to deploy such a ghastly weapon. My father-in-law was at Okinawa. He knew 1st hand what to expect if we actually invaded Japan. Regardless we cannot put the genie back in the bottle. Given what we know now atomic weaponry would most certainly have evolved somewhere besides America and perhaps used in anger in some other wartime application. I am writing this only because of the apologists who annually set about handwringing over this ‘’travesty’’. They were not there. They were not in Shanghai nor in Manila. Instead of soliciting America to knee bending guilt trips they should be honest. The postage stamp should show the Enola Gay and it should read, ‘’we’re sorry you made us do this to you.’’ https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/bloody-hell-okinawa-180975148/
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    "Poodle Bites... Poodle Chews It!" It's kinda sad I know so many Zappa lyrics. Or maybe not.
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    @billybob On Saturday I heard the complete album of Zappa ( Philly 76 ) and there is a piece of music that might be of special interest for you. Because I remembered that you have a Poodles I had to think of you
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    That is one cool looking Airstream @MicroMara Back in business, have to heat and degas the distilled water with the turgikleen in it. First up: D is for Bob Dylan today, have twenty spines with a few more LPs than that.
  46. 7 points
    I'm on a rollllllll...
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    This evening I wanted to relax to some classic Jazz It was hard to chose an album from the collection- but settled on the brilliant sounds of saxophone I was partly inspired by @Tigerman s post 👌 Artist - Sonny Rollins Title - Saxophone Colossus
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    Hi guys ! It's my birthday today 😄 So I got a gift of some nice new and used Jazz records. I buy them at Jazz Messengers in Barcelona in Spain. I had a nice store bag in the package 👍
  49. 7 points
    Leaving shortly, thanks. But one last question with everything going on.
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    Just wait until you forget your wife and her name........long story which I will not go into but I went home and told my wife immediately before she heard it from someone else. I am lucky to have an understanding wife who knows I can be forgetful or we are at a point in our lives where nothing surprises anymore.
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