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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by haggardfan1, Apr 19, 2017.
This day, 1892, Charles Duryea takes the first American made gas car out for a spin.
This is my mother's birthdate. That overshadows what any Neo-**** with an Irish surname did 22 years ago.
I'm the first one to laugh at anything...almost. This post was made about a tragic moment in our history and was almost presented as a "moment of silence" or just acknowledgement.
Really guys? C'mon...I love you all but jeez...
Right now there is 33 year old lady working as a chief in Tokyo who would not be doing so had her mother not decided she was too sick to go to daycare that day. My friend would be without a daughter and subsequent grand children had this simple decision not been made. Haggardfan 1 thanks for the post. I have a call to a friend I need to make.
I have no idea what 4-19 is about, but tomorrow is 4-20, and everyone knows what that means.
Four shrimp to a twenty-ounce package? Yeah, that's what I thought.
It was a bit of a scam.
The British lost on purpose.
The very next day, they applied for Foreign Aid.
It was on 19 April 1965 that my room was first filled with vague traces of skipping reels of rhyme.......
A moment of silence, please, for Charles Darwin, Benjamin Disraeli, Lord Byron, and Levon Helm, all of whom died on April 19th.
Two tragic moments, actually. '94 and '95.
On a lighter note, though, on April 19, 1996, the Rangers scored 16 against the Orioles, in the 8th.
As good as scones are, I prefer a proper Scottish rock bun.
Great album but I prefer Wheels of Fire.
Cream made three albums, each of which was wholly different than either of the others. ("Goodbye" doesn't count; it just recycles stuff from earlier records.) I can't think of any other band that's ever done that.
That said, I tend t prefer Fresh Cream. The guitar break in Cat's Squirrel still gives me shivers all these years later. And, the version of Rollin' and Tumblin' on that album is killer.
Disraeli Gears was great psychedelia. Fresh Cream was great blues. I lean toward the more traditional blues, though there is nothing on Disraeli Gears I wouldn't listen a thousand times over (and probably already have). Wheels of Fire has a great live side, but the studio stuff isn't as interesting as the earlier music, in my opinion.
YMMV, of course!
Best to laugh because a smile is the greatest force to hurl against suffering.
–Liner Notes by Pete Townshend
We Will Always Remember
Wait, what were we talking about again?
(Seriously, I have no idea what the OP was talking about; I only know that he said we shouldn't talk about it... Wait, what? Yeah, that sounds about right...
I always was amazed as to why we dont celabrate "National Wiatangi Day" in February. this is an important event!
If the celebration involves copious amounts of Labatt's and poutine, we really need to start promoting it harder!
Yeah, those 2 chose that day to try and give their heedless, shocking act some kind of imprimatur.
No, thank you. I'm rather persnickety about how and where I want my Revolutions started. I think about that blast every time I traverse OKC on I-40. I guess in the same way people can't drive through New Orleans without thinking about a certain storm, and can't pass near the Pentagon without thinking of the impact of the plane. Many souls who should not be forgotten, and won't be so long as I live.