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Old 26th September 2011, 07:29 PM   #11
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I do not forget anything.
Altough it would be nice if this would be the case, and I only could I forget, that I want.
I'm close - the wife tells me that I forget what she wants all the time.

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Nashville is Music City, right?
Whaaaaaaat!!!! Doz country boyz smok'n a pipe!!!! Nawwwww....
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Old 26th September 2011, 07:37 PM   #12
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I have two words for you: Willie Nelson.
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Old 26th September 2011, 07:45 PM   #13
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Gotta give Willie a break. He lives on Maui, were cannabis is compulsory.
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He lives here as well, where ditto.
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Old 26th September 2011, 07:49 PM   #15
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Poor Willie.
But a heap of his children were left for him yet because of that.
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Speaking of compulsory, I live in BC. Glad I stopped the stuff:

Work bad
Music good

I was broke!
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Old 26th September 2011, 07:59 PM   #17
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I have two words for you: Willie Nelson.
Shoot Sy - I wuz just kidding. Damn near every western I ever watched had a cine in it where some cowboy was rolling up a smoke ............... of something. Raised as a kid in Texas I was taught to roll tobacco cigs for grandpa while we were out fishing. That knowledge came in handy later in life 'cause along the banks of the Red River you could always find something growing wild and free. I'll be you can't do that anymore!!!!
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Old 26th September 2011, 08:22 PM   #18
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... say a Dual 1229 with a Shure IV cartridge, plugged into a Sansui quad amp playing out to some JBL L100's. Then there are the bean bag chairs and lava lamps - incense burners - bell bottom paints etc. that will need to be located and purchased.

Damn - I just remembered - I'll need to get a reel to reel tape recorder to back up the vinyl to, plus an 8 track recorder so I can play tunes in the car. The reel to reel tape was always nice because I didn't need to get up to often to put on another platter.
can help you out with the following items:

Dual 1229Q
Bell bottoms - no way they will ever fit me again now I'm (~~)*(~~) instead of ( ).( )
Bean bags
Lava lamp (plural)
Sony R2R

No 8-track here - we went straight to hi-tech compact cassette...

Also a range of original issue (in NZ) Floyd vinyl. If you think the remasters were crap, take a listen to NZ vinyl...
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that knowledge came in handy later in life 'cause along the banks of the Red River you could always find something growing wild and free. I'll be you can't do that anymore!!!!
I often see it when I am out driving, often along the tracks... Funny to see it in weird places, though, like on a boulevard near a precinct, at a church, etc...
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can help you out with the following items:

Dual 1229Q
Bell bottoms - no way they will ever fit me again now I'm (~~)*(~~) instead of ( ).( )
Bean bags
Lava lamp (plural)
Sony R2R

No 8-track here - we went straight to hi-tech compact cassette...

Also a range of original issue (in NZ) Floyd vinyl. If you think the remasters were crap, take a listen to NZ vinyl...
Geeeeeee - Ta Mate!!!!
Like Toaster suggested - I think I'll wait a bit and see if the new release(s) will be worth their cost - let alone the cost of the extras. I have the original CD's and had totally forgotten how bad that Dark Side of the Moon remaster was a while back. His reminder snapped me back to reality REALLY FAST!!! Sort of like Mom knocking on the door of my bedroom and telling me to turn the music down.

Besides that - I haven't been around any whacky weed since around '75.
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