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Pathfinder Society Member. 6,756 posts (19,281 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. No wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 28 aliases.


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Clifton Chenier--Bayou Blues

Still working myself through Irish fairy tales (apparently, Irish witches mostly spend most of their time stealing milk and/or butter from neighbors' cows which seems relatively inoffensive as far as evil witchery goes) and post-Hegelian German philosophy (two chapters on Feuerbach and I'm done!--it has thus far been surprisingly headache free).

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Put me in the "enjoyed-Hudson Hawk-was-kinda-meh-about-The Fifth Element" camp. Actually, I think I've been "meh" about most Luc Besson flicks, although, looking at imdb, I see he did something about Serge Gainsbourg. I should probably check that out.

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Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Miles Davis--Sketches of Spain

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Judy Henske--High Flying Bird

First track here

Husker Du--New Day Rising

Willie Nelson--The Troublemaker

Buddy Holly--Greatest Hits

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Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown

I think the ones I've read were: The Honourable Schoolboy, Smiley's People, A Perfect Spy, The Russia House and A Murder of Quality. Immensely enjoyed 'em all.

As for myself, bogged down in the controversies between Karl and Arnold Ruge leavened with Irish ghost stories and poems about banshees.

More book stuff as I wile away the morning with a live 1975 Black Sabbath performance:

James Baldwin’s One & Only, Delightfully-Illustrated Children’s Book, Little Man Little Man: A Story of Childhood (1976)

Contemporary Hanoverian Psych:

Wired Mind--Mindstate: Dreamscape

Poems About Fairies

The Leprcaun; or Fairy Shoemaker

Liz Phair--Whip-Smart

1d8 + 1 ⇒ (3) + 1 = 4

Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Whites saw the sexual activity of the manumitted female slave as further evidence to support their claim that black women were sexually loose and innately morally depraved.

--bell hooks, Ain't I a Woman: Black Women and Feminism

Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Apparently, my birth-prophecy was a hush-hush bit of knowledge which even Kaselm (who seems to be a man of resource) had difficulty getting hold of.

Jane Gaskell, The Dragon

Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Duke Ellington/Charles Mingus/Max Roach--Money Jungle

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Neil Young--Zuma

Purple Hill Witch

In the comments section, you can find comedian Louis CK asking for stoner band recommendations!

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Bruce Springsteen--Born In the USA

Treppa wrote:

Despite being an avid reader all my life (well, from 4 on up), I've never been to a book club meeting. That will change tonight. We're going to be... I don't know.... discussing? Mr. P's 24-Hour Bookstore. I'm getting very nervous. Am I supposed to prepare something? What if everyone is way better at dissecting the book than I am?

You get up, flip over the table and spill mocha lattes all over them.

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Still working on The Dragon (almost done--had an interesting evening in Brooklyn where I read aloud to La Principessa the scene where Cija and Smahil are joined in incestuous union; "That's terrible writing" she commented at one point) and the Irish fairy tale book (from which I learned why salamanders are a monster in Dungeons and Dragons). Finally got around to re-reading Ain't I a Woman: Black Women and Feminism, which is just as pleasant as I remember it being. [Shudders]

Poems About Fairies

The Stolen Child

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Mack Sigis Porter--Peace On You

Which I only have because The Black Goblin got high and heard it on WPZO from Comrade Longears and decided that he had to buy it for me for Xmas.

[bubble bubble bubble]

Thank you, Limey.

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Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Ornette Coleman--Dancing In Your Head

At the moment,

Dwight Yoakam--Hillbilly Deluxe

but, after that, it's gonna be

The Small Faces--Ogden's Nut Gone Flake

Krensky wrote:
Under The Influence: 2 Tone Ska Warning, it's a thirty four minute documentary on 2 Tone and it's legacy.

Came home from a D&D game last night where the Mad Hermit's Merry Men defeated a demonically-possessed lumber yard and started to watch this but didn't get very far before I was distracted by their episode on Krautrock.

captain yesterday wrote:
The Raconteurs, Consolers of the Lonely

With appended live Terry Reid performances on German television

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Apparently, named after his own cat.

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Freehold DM wrote:
there are more than a few fans who have pointed out that shub niggurath could be a backhanded slur, given the authors well known bigotry(I will be relieving myself next to a typed letter the author wrote in roughly 24 hours, hopefully). I don't think this is the case, but I wouldn't be surprised if it was.

I've peed there, too!

Joe Ely--Honky Tonk Masquerade

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Dinosaur, Jr.--You're Living All Over Me

Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

But apparently everyone else worships at its shrine.

--Jane Gaskell, The Serpent

"Your words came so bad in

The tune we felt glad in ;-
This castle you're had in
That your life we may sadden;
Here's two humps for Jack Madden!"

--T. Crofton Croker, "The Legend of Knockgrafton," in Irish Fairy and Folk Tales, edited by W. B. Yeats

Meat Is Murder: The Musical Interlude

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Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Jimmy Smith--Back at the Chicken Shack

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Azizaa--"Black Magic Woman"

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Yay! An even 50!

The (English) Beat--I Just Can't Stop It

Musical Interludes Inspired by Reading a Book on Motown

Smokey Robinson and the Miracles--"Tears of a Clown"
The Temptations--"Can't Get Next to You"
Martha Reeves and the Vandellas--"I Should Be Proud"
Diana Ross--"I'm Coming Out"
American Music Club--"Johnny Mathis' Feet"

The last, of course, wasn't on Motown, and neither was the subject, but the book talked about him anyway.

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captain yesterday wrote:
I got 58:-)


I would've gotten a higher score, but I am getting old and am a Luddite. None of the questions about the internet made any sense to me. FLAC? kbp? bitrate? I know not what these things mean!

And, yes, all of the nasty snobbish things were from when I was younger and stupider and worked in a used record store.

Appropriate Musical Interlude

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