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...and there's the remote possibility I'll answer...
...and an even remoter possibility it will be true...


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*Ahem* "Anything?"


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Honestly, I figure enough people with 4000+ posts are here, I'll throw my own twisted take on reality into the fray.

It also gives me a chance to wax political without offending the FaWtL crowd, gives me a place to answer all the questions people have about the kids' game, and so forth.

So basically I figure this is a parking lot for questions such as,

  • You don't really believe that, do you?
  • You did WHAT to your poor kids' group? What are your plans?
  • Just what the heck is 'Albany', anyways, and how did you get it out of New York?
  • Ah, well, we'll see whether anyone other than Captain Yesterday (and possibly TacticsLion, since nothing is beyond his notice) posts here...


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    Tacticslion wrote:
    *Ahem* "Anything?"

    Ninja'ed by The Man himself.

    You can ASK anything.

    Doesn't mean I'll answer.

    I mean, sheesh. It's just an internet thread. :-P


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    Coo'. Coo'. :D

    NobodysHome wrote:
    possibly TacticsLion, since nothing is beyond his notice) posts here...

    I can neither confirm nor deny the accuracy of this statement.

    No, actually, I can totally deny the accuracy of that statement. But it's a nice thought... :)

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    Aren't you supposed to be working?

    Signed ,

    NH's Boss

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    Sup?


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    Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:

    Aren't you supposed to be working?

    Signed ,

    NH's Boss

    LOL.

    True story: When our company got acquired, they took one look at our skill sets and said, "OK, we need you. What are your requirements?"

    I have to say, I love my current company because they don't beat around the bush about such things.

    We said, "We keep our current manager and we work from home 3 days a week."

    They said, "Done."

    The next year, they came back to us. "You're doing a fantastic job. Exactly what we were hoping for. But we have no money for raises or bonuses. Is there anything else you need?"

    We said, "Let us work from home 4 days a week."

    They said, "Done."

    After a few years, THEY came to US: "You know, we're paying for cubicles you guys never use. Would it be OK if we, y'know, sold off the cubicles and you just worked from home?"

    We said, "Done!"

    So I am now in an incredibly-enviable position: I am paid very well to work from home 5 days a week, maintain my house, raise my kids, and do whatever my company asks. I have a manager who is of the, "Please deliver xxx by yyy and I'm happy" variety, so "hours worked per day" is irrelevant.

    I hit my deadlines. I do excellent work. Everyone who works with me attests to my competence, my congeniality, and my punctuality.

    So the fact that I spend some of my time posting to Paizo, stretching, cleaning the house, or what-have-you is irrelevant to them.

    If I hit all my deadlines and production numbers and my work is of exceptional quality, all my bosses are happy.

    Is it any wonder I pretty much ignore the headhunters who come after me every month?


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    Won't Nobody think of the children!!!


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    How can you say nobody is home, when clearly somebody is home?

    What kind of a fast one are you trying to pull here bub?


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    Scythia wrote:

    How can you say nobody is home, when clearly somebody is home?

    What kind of a fast one are you trying to pull here bub?

    In spite of my Paizo presence, I consider myself a very private person. My friend (Shiro's player) designed his own internet search engine, and told me he'd find everything about me, then did a full 2-day search and came up with all of... 40 lines on me. He said I had the smallest internet profile of anyone he'd ever searched for.

    So when I first realized I was going to have to post on Paizo for advice on the Crimson Throne game I was running for my family, I *first* looked for an avatar. Captain Yesterday will second me when I say that this is FAR more important than your username.

    Looking at poor clueless Elan and his vacant eyes, all I could think was, "The doorbell is ringing but nobody is home."

    And thus was NobodysHome born...


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    Sure wish I knew how important capitalization was before my 11th post, or my 100th, alas.

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    Now that we know that you've got lots of time on your hands, when can we expect the culmination of your Runelords Actual Play thread?

    >:)


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    Shouldn't this be in the campaign journals sub forum.


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    Misroi wrote:

    Now that we know that you've got lots of time on your hands, when can we expect the culmination of your Runelords Actual Play thread?

    >:)

    You are an evil, Evil man, Misroi!

    At the moment, I'm desperately trying to help Impus Major and Impus Minor pass all of their classes so they'll be able to go to summer camp, rather than summer school.
    That, plus running the kids' game, plus one "adults' game" per week has kept me from even pondering writing.

    I'm trying to put the "adults' game" on hiatus for a while, but that'll only let me catch up with all the kids' game stuff I want to do.

    But in all honesty, I have the notes sitting there glaring at me in my "To Do" box, and once the kids are out of school I'll suddenly have 2-3 free hours per night. I *could* use them to play Rift or otherwise waste time, but I'd rather get the WotR and RotRL notes out of the way, especially since I've been asked to run a one-off custom RotRL scenario over the summer.

    In other words, the short answer is, "mid-July".

    The long answer is, "Because otherwise my players'll kill me."


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    NobodysHome wrote:
    Scythia wrote:

    How can you say nobody is home, when clearly somebody is home?

    What kind of a fast one are you trying to pull here bub?

    In spite of my Paizo presence, I consider myself a very private person. My friend (Shiro's player) designed his own internet search engine, and told me he'd find everything about me, then did a full 2-day search and came up with all of... 40 lines on me. He said I had the smallest internet profile of anyone he'd ever searched for.

    So when I first realized I was going to have to post on Paizo for advice on the Crimson Throne game I was running for my family, I *first* looked for an avatar. Captain Yesterday will second me when I say that this is FAR more important than your username.

    Looking at poor clueless Elan and his vacant eyes, all I could think was, "The doorbell is ringing but nobody is home."

    And thus was NobodysHome born...

    Time was that the only information about me online was my name mentioned in an online write-up about a game that a friend had run. Now I have a Facebook account, so there's a bit more.

    As for avatar v. handle, I prefer synergy to competition. :P


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    Ever thought of getting back into Tae Kwon Do?


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    Limeylongears wrote:
    Ever thought of getting back into Tae Kwon Do?

    No, because it was so bad for my joints. Tae Kwon Do's focus is on very hard strikes. When you fight, you inevitably hit joint-on-joint with your opponent (knees are common). After quitting, I ended up with patello-femoral syndrome for a couple of years, followed up by about a decade of badly-damaged tendons.

    I don't know how much was injury, how much was bad practice, and how much was bad luck, but now that I'm pushing 50 my choices are "gentler" martial arts that don't take such a toll on your body.

    I can still punch a brick in half, though, which is fun to show off to the kids. :-P


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    It's true, I've been working physical construction or chef related jobs for 25 years, no problems besides occasional arthritis in my hands and a knee.

    My younger brother was a Tae kwon do instructor and 3rd degree black belt, and has already had knee surgery and chronic pain in most joints, and had to stop.


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    I can't punch a brick in half, I can however knock down a brick wall with a twenty pound maul just as fast. :-)


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    I can't punch a brick in half either. However, just stand out of distance and you'll be fine, because their footwork's crap.


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    Have you seen Fargo, the t.v. show.

    What's your favorite t.v. show, if any.


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    We all may be approaching "old man Kung fu" age. Time for Tai Chi in the park on a Saturday morning.

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    Who are your top 10 bands/singers?


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    captain yesterday wrote:

    Have you seen Fargo, the t.v. show.

    What's your favorite t.v. show, if any.

    (1) I have not seen Fargo, though your reviews make it sound great.

    (2) In all honesty, TV is something I've had to abandon to make up for all the other stuff I do (raising kids, running games, playing MMPORPGs, etc.), so we watch less than 3 hours of TV a week, and that's usually a group consensus.
    (3) Given that, here are a few ideas:
    =====
    - "Dark Matter", season 1, was one of the best modern series I've seen. "You wake up with total amnesia on a spaceship and learn that you're a wanted interplanetary terrorist. What do you do?"
    Awesome, awesome stuff. But only one season on Amazon and who knows whether they'll be able to keep up the intrigue for a second season.
    - Ditto, "Into the Badlands". Another really, really good series... for all of 6 episodes, with a great worry that they can't possibly keep up that level of intensity or intrigue.
    - If you're an Anime fan, "The Seven Deadly Sins" has a bang-up first season. One more set-up for a major letdown, but we're still looking forward to it.
    - Speaking of Anime, with Monty Oum's death RWBY is going downhill fast, but the first 2 seasons are still well worth watching.
    =====
    "Lesser" shows: Stuff that I enjoyed, but I don't consider 'classic':
    - "Burn Notice": What happens when a spy gets fired and has to freelance?
    - "Jessica Jones": Great, great concept of a depressed P.I. who tried and failed at the whole superhero thing, and super-super dark, but we're not even through season 1 and it's lost its gritty appeal for us.
    - "Killjoys": A solid series about interstellar bounty hunters. I think they bit off more than they could chew in their Season 1 finale, and the series may crash because of it.
    - "Bojack Horseman": Speaking of dark, twisted, sad series that make you happy to live a normal life, imagine a reality showing Bob Sajack through his alcoholic, drug-addicted, post-success years. Pretty awesome stuff. But it falls down after a couple of seasons.
    - "Sword Art Online". OK, the first 8-10 episodes are cinematic genius, and one of the greatest concepts of all time. But turning one of the greatest anime heroines I've ever seen into a helpless victim getting pawed by a sleazy rich guy just to keep the series going? We turned it off, and pretend it doesn't exist after the final 'original game' episode.
    - "Better off Ted": Hilarious first season about corporate life. Subsequent seasons crash hard.
    =====
    "Classic" TV:
    - Animaniacs. OK. Some of the skits are just unwatchable. (Anything with the pigeons or Mindy made me turn off the TV), but a lot of inspired brilliance.
    - Tiny Toon Adventures. More hit-and-miss cartoonery.
    - The original "Batman" series. Pure gold.
    - The Prisoner. You have no idea what's going on? Neither did anyone else.
    - The original Monty Python. More pure gold.
    - Dr. Who. We loved Eccleson, and Tennant was brilliant. Matt Smith made us stop watching. Sorry, Matt! (My favorite is still Jon Pertwee, which probably dates me quite a bit.)
    - Sledge Hammer. An over-the-top, Airplane!-expired series that decided that if they were getting canceled, they might as well nuke L.A.
    =====

    That ought to give people at least a few hours' enjoyment, but as I said, TV isn't really an option for me these days...

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    - Speaking of Anime, with Monty Oum's death RWBY is going downhill fast, but the first 2 seasons are still well worth watching.

    To each their own, I quite liked Season 3.

    Except...:
    Killing off Roman Torchwick. I thought he was a great recurring antagonist, and his rather anticlimactic end was immensely disappointing.

    But other than that, yeah still enjoying it a lot.


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    Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
    Who are your top 10 bands/singers?

    As a 1980's punk rocker, there are 3 "no brainers" who combined solid punk music with a fundamental political message:

  • The Dead Kennedys
  • D.O.A. (The Canadian punk group, NOT the synth pop one)
  • The Offspring
  • Once we leave them, we get bands whose music I really enjoyed, but whose political contribution was next to nil:

  • Social Distortion
  • The Police
  • The Ramones
  • Now you want 4 more. That gets a lot harder, as the ones above were the bands whose albums I'd actually seek out and buy as they came out.

  • The older I get, the more I appreciate the brilliance of Freddie Mercury and Queen. They really were brilliant, and far ahead of their time.
  • If I am giving props to Queen, I kind of have to include Muse as another amazingly-brilliant, talented, and "not always what I like, but always musically inspired" band
  • Along those lines, I haven't always loved U2's music, but I've always appreciated Bono's political activism, so I'm throwing them in
  • Although I'm listening to the Red Hot Chili Peppers right now, and I'd likely put them at #11, I have to give props where props are due: Weird Al Yankovic inspired my childhood, and lives on in me today. I would not be the man I am without him. Weird Al didn't write his own music, but he did his own lyrics and videos, and the man is brilliant. Simply brilliant.

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    I loved Sledgehammer!

    Also a big fan of Burn Notice.

    I also got in the habit of staying up past the wife and kids to watch t.v. or play Fallout New Vegas (which I can('t) stop whenever I want to).


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    I'm of the opinion that Weird Al has shaped facets of modern culture far beyond his direct reach and influence. I highly suspect that much of our YouTube/Reviewr/Remix culture could not have existed, much less flourished, without him. While it cannot all be laid at his feat (there are quite a few people, groups, shows, and movements), I expect that he was one of the more important, as he influenced people who influenced people, as it were.

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    As a 1980's punk rocker, there are 3 "no brainers" who combined solid punk music with a fundamental political message:

    •The Dead Kennedys

    •D.O.A. (The Canadian punk group, NOT the synth pop one)

    •The Offspring

    Ah yes 80's punk, can't go wrong there

    Have you seen "Repo Man" and/or heard the soundtrack?


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    Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
    Quote:

    As a 1980's punk rocker, there are 3 "no brainers" who combined solid punk music with a fundamental political message:

    •The Dead Kennedys

    •D.O.A. (The Canadian punk group, NOT the synth pop one)

    •The Offspring

    Ah yes 80's punk, can't go wrong there

    Have you seen "Repo Man" and/or heard the soundtrack?

    LOL. Owned the VHS. Played it at the video store where I worked whenever the owner would let me. Poor kids I was chaperoning on ski trips had to listen to the soundtrack.

    Loved loved LOVED that movie.

    It's right up there with "Better Off Dead" as, "1980's movies everyone HAS to watch, whether or not they understand them".


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    NobodysHome wrote:
    Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
    Who are your top 10 bands/singers?

    As a 1980's punk rocker, there are 3 "no brainers" who combined solid punk music with a fundamental political message:

  • The Dead Kennedys
  • D.O.A. (The Canadian punk group, NOT the synth pop one)
  • The Offspring
  • Once we leave them, we get bands whose music I really enjoyed, but whose political contribution was next to nil:

  • Social Distortion
  • The Police
  • The Ramones
  • Now you want 4 more. That gets a lot harder, as the ones above were the bands whose albums I'd actually seek out and buy as they came out.

  • The older I get, the more I appreciate the brilliance of Freddie Mercury and Queen. They really were brilliant, and far ahead of their time.
  • If I am giving props to Queen, I kind of have to include Muse as another amazingly-brilliant, talented, and "not always what I like, but always musically inspired" band
  • Along those lines, I haven't always loved U2's music, but I've always appreciated Bono's political activism, so I'm throwing them in
  • Although I'm listening to the Red Hot Chili Peppers right now, and I'd likely put them at #11, I have to give props where props are due: Weird Al Yankovic inspired my childhood, and lives on in me today. I would not be the man I am without him. Weird Al didn't write his own music, but he did his own lyrics and videos, and the man is brilliant. Simply brilliant.

  • Have you listened to Crass, or Zounds, or any of that lot?


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    Limeylongears wrote:
    NobodysHome wrote:
    Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
    Who are your top 10 bands/singers?

    As a 1980's punk rocker, there are 3 "no brainers" who combined solid punk music with a fundamental political message:

  • The Dead Kennedys
  • D.O.A. (The Canadian punk group, NOT the synth pop one)
  • The Offspring
  • Once we leave them, we get bands whose music I really enjoyed, but whose political contribution was next to nil:

  • Social Distortion
  • The Police
  • The Ramones
  • Now you want 4 more. That gets a lot harder, as the ones above were the bands whose albums I'd actually seek out and buy as they came out.

  • The older I get, the more I appreciate the brilliance of Freddie Mercury and Queen. They really were brilliant, and far ahead of their time.
  • If I am giving props to Queen, I kind of have to include Muse as another amazingly-brilliant, talented, and "not always what I like, but always musically inspired" band
  • Along those lines, I haven't always loved U2's music, but I've always appreciated Bono's political activism, so I'm throwing them in
  • Although I'm listening to the Red Hot Chili Peppers right now, and I'd likely put them at #11, I have to give props where props are due: Weird Al Yankovic inspired my childhood, and lives on in me today. I would not be the man I am without him. Weird Al didn't write his own music, but he did his own lyrics and videos, and the man is brilliant. Simply brilliant.

  • Have you listened to Crass, or Zounds, or any of that lot?

    Never heard of 'em. Got a link to "that lot"?


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    What about The Ziggens!

    Or Bad Religion?
    Pennywise?
    The Melvins?


    Crass - Big A Little A

    Crass - Do They Owe Us A Living?

    Zounds - Subvert

    Poison Girls - Underb#@+$


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    captain yesterday wrote:

    What about The Ziggens!

    Or Bad Religion?
    Pennywise?
    The Melvins?

    I've heard of Bad Religion, and know they have a couple of songs I like, though I couldn't name them. Ditto the Melvins.

    Haven't heard of the Ziggens or Pennywise...


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    Limeylongears wrote:

    Crass - Big A Little A

    Crass - Do They Owe Us A Living?

    Zounds - Subvert

    Poison Girls - Underb@@%%

    Wow -- I really like Crass' sound. Not surprised I haven't heard of 'em before, since punk tends to be very regional (my brother's band, The Pawns (NOT the 'famous' ones, either), was very popular in poverty-stricken areas of Eastern Europe but nowhere else. His stories and pictures of the tours are... amazing. And not in a good way...)

    The link you sent me for Zounds is a bit smoother and more "commercial", for lack of a better way to put it. Not bad, but I like Crass' "rawness" much more...

    As for Poison Girls, I'm not a big fan of syncopation. The particular song you linked isn't to my tastes, but that's just me...


    NobodysHome wrote:

    Wow -- I really like Crass' sound. Not surprised I haven't heard of 'em before, since punk tends to be very regional (my brother's band, The Pawns (NOT the 'famous' ones, either), was very popular in poverty-stricken areas of Eastern Europe but nowhere else. His stories and pictures of the tours are... amazing. And not in a good way...)

    The link you sent me for Zounds is a bit smoother and more "commercial", for lack of a better way to put it. Not bad, but I like Crass' "rawness" much more...

    As for Poison Girls, I'm not a big fan of syncopation. The particular song you linked isn't to my tastes, but that's just me...

    Crass were kind of a big deal on the anarcho-punk scene, which doesn't mean much in the grand scheme of things :) Jeffrey Lewis (if you've heard of him) did a really, really good CD of Crass songs done in an anti-folk style; will provide links (if I can find them) when I'm at home.


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    The Ziggens, Gilligan

    The Ziggens, Fat Charlie

    The Ziggens, The Waitress Song there one video i know of, not my favorite song

    The Ziggens, It's Great to be Unemployed


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    Bad Religion, my kid's favorite song, both can sing it by heart, kids LOVE punk

    Except kids raised on country music, you should see the faces my nephews give me when they ride in our car. :-D

    Not quite sure how someone from California could be into punk and not hear of Pennywise, but here you go

    And a bonus! Flogging Molly, one of the best bands on the face of the planet

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    Besides the Dead Kennedy's, I was into Black Flag and Fear


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    What about The Dead Milkmen?

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    Agent Orange


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    Now you're all in my wheelhouse: The L.A. punk scene: Yeah, loved loved LOVED Fear, in spite of their complete and utter inability to, you know, PLAY THEIR INSTRUMENTS. Black Flag was big, but I never got into them; can't tell you why. Ditto the Dead Milkmen and Agent Orange.

    I'll follow all CY's links after work. Somehow running a bunch of punk songs while trying to work is... distracting...

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    Flipper
    Minor Threat

    I gotta find my my Doc Martens

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    Now you're all in my wheelhouse: The L.A. punk scene: Yeah, loved loved LOVED Fear, in spite of their complete and utter inability to, you know, PLAY THEIR INSTRUMENTS.

    If you can play an instrument, your a f~+#in poser


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    captain yesterday wrote:

    The Ziggens, Gilligan

    The Ziggens, Fat Charlie

    The Ziggens, The Waitress Song there one video i know of, not my favorite song

    The Ziggens, It's Great to be Unemployed

    Ok. Totally loving the Ziggens. Kind of "Silly Surf Punk Rock".


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    captain yesterday wrote:

    Bad Religion, my kid's favorite song, both can sing it by heart, kids LOVE punk

    Except kids raised on country music, you should see the faces my nephews give me when they ride in our car. :-D

    Not quite sure how someone from California could be into punk and not hear of Pennywise, but here you go

    And a bonus! Flogging Molly, one of the best bands on the face of the planet

    Woot! Punk Celtic! Awesome! Speaking of Celtic, here's a really crappy video of a poorly-done song by a Celtic band my brother was in. (He's the one hiding behind the bass.)


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    NobodysHome wrote:
    captain yesterday wrote:

    The Ziggens, Gilligan

    The Ziggens, Fat Charlie

    The Ziggens, The Waitress Song there one video i know of, not my favorite song

    The Ziggens, It's Great to be Unemployed

    Ok. Totally loving the Ziggens. Kind of "Silly Surf Punk Rock".

    Yeah, the next serious song will be their first, they actually inspired Sublime. I can't link it tonight, as I don't get the computer (The General has broken through her writer's block) but I highly recommend Huntington Beach, especially if you've ever been there. :-)


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    I also recommend I lost my wallet in El Segundo by A Tribe Called Quest. :-)

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