Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by townsend, Dec 12, 2019.
Thanks for providing at least a little balance here
JFK looked decidedly uncomfortable during this birthday tribute.
There is something truly wonderful about an individual playing a Strat that is beat to hell. It seems more authentic that way. Case in point? Steve Ray Vaughn.
I love fossils. These shell imprints are fairly common, but they were a nice, little bonus find, made in an abandoned limestone quarry atop the Great Orme headland northwest of Llandudno, Wales, on 4 July 2015.
Aaah! Good old Swedish ’dansband’!
There’s a Swedis blog called www.katastrofalaomslag.com (catastrophic covers) with jeaps of this. All together with really funny commentaries. Unfortunately for the vast population on planet Earth in the rather obscure Swedish language!
The Beach Boys during the brief period that both Al Jardine and David Marks were in the line-up. And check it out: Al's playing bass!
The parent company, TJX, is located close to here, in Framingham, MA.
I first became aware of TK Maxx when I was figuring out how to kill eight hours laidover at Gatwick Airport. I used Google street view and "toured" nearby Crawley, just to see what was there, and noticed the curiously-named TK Maxx there on the high street. (I never did make it to Crawley; my trip to Europe was scuttled by the virus.)
I have a factory-sealed set of ancient Black Diamond flatwounds!
Nor have I, any of them, and perversely proud of that fact!!!!!
Melody Mendez NBC10 Boston
Is it my imagination, or do they tend to look pretty much alike?
Well, fix it, ferChrissakes!
It is hard to look comfortable under such circumstances....sometimes!?!?!?! n
I was in Crawley last year, for a funeral. Trust me, you’re not missing anything.
Same haircut and nondescript appearance.
No offense, but I really don't think so.
A bronze statue of Dred and Harriet Scott, photographed in front of the Old Courthouse in St. Louis. The statue, by artist Harry Weber, was erected near the place where Dred and Harriet Scott began their legal fight for freedom—a struggle that led to an eventual loss in the Supreme Court in 1857, when the court issued its divisive and tragic "Dred Scott decision." Photo: Jon Rehg.
A scene at Wilson's Creek National Battlefield, near Republic, Missouri. Photo: Michael J. Munster.
The Dillard Mill building stands beside Huzzah Creek in the Dillard Mill State Historic Site in Missouri's Ozarks. Photo: Eifel Kreutz.
An interior view of Onondaga Cave in Onondaga Cave State Park near Leasburg, Missouri. Photo: Michael J. Munster.
Snow geese fly in Loess Bluffs National Wildlife Refuge in northwest Missouri. Photo: Kyle Spradley. Credit to The Atlantic
I lived outside of Crawley and worked in Crawley for nearly 2 years, and not missing anything is an understatement. Dodged a bullet more likely. Hyperbole of course, but it's a town that won't be in any picturesque tourist brochures.
Or, as my friend from London called it, "creepy Crawley."
Hey, hey---it's Crowley! Oh, never mind!
That's what the safety types refer to as a "crumple zone", I guess.
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