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Pathfinder Society Member. 6,943 posts (19,781 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. No wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 28 aliases.


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Etta James--At Last!


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Many happy returns, CC!


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Don't remember if this made it to the WPZO thread before, but just saw it again on FB:

Monkees/Iron Maiden mash-up


Limeylongears wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
There's a very, very short list of listenable songs by The Eagles, and this song is at the top.
Is it me, or does the riff at the beginning sound rather like the one that opens 'Another Girl, Another Planet'?

Drive-By Truckers--"Marry Me"


Kajehase wrote:
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Web comic about the Bronte sisters
From Kate Beaton's delightful Hark, a vagrant

While the Cloak and Dagger jokes are funny, I am wondering if I am missing Bronte sister jokes on another page?


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Straight Outta Hogwarts

Gangsta wizards wear their seat belts, apparently.


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Web comic about the Bronte sisters


RadiantSophia wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
RadiantSophia wrote:

My favoritist album of all The Trials of Vanoccupanther by Midlake

I really can't explain why I like this, I guess it just hits all the good spots.
I like it because it's better at being mid '70s Fleetwood Mac than mid '70s Fleetwood Mac were.
Now you have me listening to Rumours.

Now I'm taping Rumours for in-car listening.


The Kink Kontroversy


Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Fats Navarro

I can't find the album I'm actually listening to on the internet, so you get this youtube mix.


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Never mind the bus pass: punks look back at their wildest days

Lesley Woods from The Au Pairs ended up a barristed; Terry "Tory Crimes" Chimes from The Clash, a chiropractor; Steve Ignorant from Crass, a lifeboatman.

I don't know what a lifeboatman is.


Paris--Sleeping with the Enemy


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Merle Haggard and the Strangers--Sing a Sad Song


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Epic Rap Battles of History: J. R. R. Tolkien vs George R. R. Martin


Have been aimlessly jumping back and forth between books. Finished Kautsky and Lefebvre, started The Conjure Stories by Charles W. Chesnutt and a re-read of The Twelve Caesars by Suetonius, put them down and decided to re-start The Parable of the Talents which I stalled out with at about the page 60 mark.


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I missed Int'l Jazz Day, but for today's

Monday Morning Jazz Brunch it's

Dexter Gordon--Go


Deerhunter--Microcastle


Junot Diaz on playing D&D


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Some Captain Beefheart


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Bob Marley and the Wailers--African Herbsman


50 Books Every Woman Should Read Before She Turns 40

I think I've only read ten, but I've still got some months.

[Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll]

My gal pal made the list!

[Beams with pride]

[/Jean-Paul, etc.]


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One of my faves...with Muppets


Synergistic weirdiosity:

An online comrade just posted a RLS poem:

The Cow
by Robert Louis Stevenson

The friendly cow all red and white,
I love with all my heart:
She gives me cream with all her might,
To eat with apple-tart.

She wanders lowing here and there,
And yet she cannot stray,
All in the pleasant open air,
The pleasant light of day;

And blown by all the winds that pass
And wet with all the showers,
She walks among the meadow grass
And eats the meadow flowers.


Mount Soma--Origins EP


I'm not well-versed in Robert Louis Stevenson, but I haven't read anything bad by him.


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The Kinks--Kinda Kinks


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More death:

Getatchew Mekurya, 81, Ethiopian Saxophonist With Global Reach, Dies

I had never heard of him, til I ran across his obituary, but I just watched a two-part video of him and The Ex.

It was pretty badass.

GÉTATCHÈW MÈKURYA & The EX (Ethiopia, NL) - LIVE - Gala Hala - 23.05.2009 - PART 01

GÉTATCHÈW MÈKURYA & The EX (Ethiopia, NL) - LIVE - Gala Hala - 23.05.2009 - PART 02


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Missed this til now:

Carlo Mastrangelo, a Doo-Wop Voice for Dion and the Belmonts, Dies at 78

"I Wonder Why"


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Muddy Waters--Electric Mud


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Fugazi--In on the Kill Taker


Outside, Kassia and Mercy found only Dan and their parents.

--Octavia Butler, Parable of the Talents


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BEYOND FELA: A GUIDE TO EARLY AFRICAN ELECTRONIC MUSIC


Started Parable of the Talents.

Did a little looking on the internet and was instantly crestfallen to discover that there was supposed to be a third book in the series but she died before writing it. :(


Merle Haggard, R.I.P.

:(


Orafist--Punish Me Mommy

A comrade of mine from Worcester who wears My Bloody Valentine t-shirts and wears a man-bun played drums on this. I wonder what it sounds like...


Prince--Purple Rain but I can't find anything to link due to his Formernesses's anti-internet polioy. :(

Another ABC video


ABC--The Lexicon of Love


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Yes, welcome back, Rad Soph!


Come on, you old grump, join in on the chorus!

[Bellows]

HAAAAAAAAANDS ACROSS THE WATER! (WATER!)
HAAAAAAAAANDS ACROSS THE SKYYYYY!


Marvin Ghey wrote:
Anywho. Listening to that new Druid album now.... Seemed like it started hitting its groove toward the end of that long opening track.

That was my take as well. I think I preferred their self-titled one.

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