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Good stuff you can't buy any more

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Dreadnut, Aug 18, 2020.

  1. Tarkus60

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    Ahh figured it out.....too many ludes back in the day ...lol
     
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    Real gut classical guitar strings for a somewhat reasonable price.
     
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    I remember my uncle referencing them to me as an 18 year old and having never seen nor heard that word before and asking, “What the hell are those???”

    Growing up in the 90s listening to punk I eventually went backward to the early days, and there are many references to “ludes” which went right over my head. They seem to be mentioned most by LA bands haha. I believe the band Gorilla Biscuits also got their name from a quaalude reference.
     
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    I’m sure the Kirby man could set you up
     
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    Dreadnut Friend of Leo's

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    Schweppes Bitter Lemon. Made a delightful gin martini.
     
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    Miter saw made in america or any power tool.
     
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    ping-ping-clicka Friend of Leo's Ad Free Member

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    when I worked at a trift store I found a gorilla fur coaat , I paid $8.00 dollars for it, the late mrs ping-ping clicka loved it.
    gorilla fur coat.jpg
     
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    Was there ever a bottle of that with two cherries on the label? I seem to recall vaguely from the early 80s I may have tried it and not got to far....
     
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    Kodachrome 25,64 and 200 in the evening when they went my cameras went I loved those films...
     
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    Boy were they! Saw West, Bruce, and Lang once in those days, at Ohio State, which was at that time the Q-drug capital of the world. The band had apparently been sampling the local culture. Leslie could hardly play, and midway though the show, Corky fell into his kit, scattering drums, cymbals, and stands all over the stage. They had to stop the show, drag Corky off and resuscitate him while they put the drums back together, and then prop him up somehow for the rest of the show. Jack Bruce seemed less impaired than the others, and was visibly pissed off. The audience loved the whole thing.
     
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    ha! Yeah, been there done that. It's like driving an Abrams tank to work. When I was newly married at the age of 19 the Kirby man got me showing how it will suck up a spark plug! $350 later (1967 money!) I was the proud owner of a Kirby.
    After we divorced, and a couple decades later, my ex wife used to still complain how terrible that thing was to work around a room. It was still my fault!
     
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    Those wax bottles with the flavored liquid inside.
     
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    Bless Sears and Roebuck
     
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    I love! The McRib it comes around every couple of years
     
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    The thread is stuff you can’t get, not stuff you can still get that no one likes
     
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    Man, we went through the Mini-thin thing back in the '80s. That's funny.
     
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    They stopped selling them around here, but I do know that a lot of their menus are regional, so if you find one drop it in a FedEx box and overnight it to me.:lol:
     
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    I left the Kirby man clean a carpet for me once. My wife ended up buying one and hated it. But it was my fault for letting him clean the carpet.
     
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