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Narziss

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    The Hammer and Sickle of Via Chicago
  • Birthday 12/17/1974

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  1. Follow The Leader explodes like a rocket with the first three songs. A classic!
  2. The Slits' version of I Heard It Through The Grapevine I bet, I bet, I bet I bet you're wondering how I knew 'Bout your plans to make me blue With some other guy you knew before We're two of a kind, you know I love you more It took me by surprise I must say When I found out yesterday Oh, I heard it through the grapevine Not much longer will you be mine Oh, I heard it through the grapevine I am just about to lose my mind Honey, honey yeah (Heard it through the grapevine) (Not much longer would you be my baby, ooh, ooh, ooh) I know a man ain't supposed to cry But these tears I can't hold
  3. I might be the only person Edie hasn't met.
  4. I hope that I someday meet Pneyu.
  5. Now those are westerns! However I would add Shane (without a doubt!), The Good The Bad and The Ugly, The Mag Seven, Josey Wales and a whole mess of others. Here's a good list... http://www.digitaldreamdoor.com/pages/movi...movie_west.html Unfortunately 3:10 lacked important elements that make a great western. Every great western needs it's moment of redemption, vindication and vengeance. There was plenty of western-like build up in Yuma but little payoff. There was a little redemption, I guess. Not much vindication and little to no vengeance. The final "showdown" if you could call it
  6. I think he's from the EZ board
  7. I'm loving it as well. I guess they changed this past Monday. I was pretty pumped when I heard the Whiskeytown and Waylon. Haven't heard Wilco on there yet but Son Volt was close enough. I'm wondering if Willie has something to do with it considering he has voiceover promos every 10 minutes. Oh, and I love any station that plays a healthy dose of Marshall Tucker Band and Little Feat.
  8. Those were good times, Brianne.
  9. Folks, The end of my reign has come and it's time to usher in a new regime to VC. It gives me great pleasure, and relief, to hand over the keys to Solace. He's been the nuts and bolts of this place for some time now and he will continue to do so from now on. I can rest easy knowing he will remain at the helm after I am gone. Send him a thanks if you get a chance. I know I will. I've never been one for long goodbyes or sentimental farewells but I'll take a few moments to shed a few tears on my way out the door. VC has been a part of my life for over five years. I was there from the b
  10. I said that in a low, husky voice too.
  11. i'm merely afraid of the 'you're with us or you're against us' rhetoric taking on a more official and criminal tone. i have love, pride and patriotism for this country because i have the right to speak up and blast the officials i either voted for or against without the fear of imprisonment or death. i refuse to have patriotism, pride or love for anything simply because i should. i have to earn my place in this world just like everyone else does. if you want my trust, faith and respect, earn it just like i have to day in and day out. that goes for the garbage man, the grocery store clerk
  12. Our leaders, elected or appointed, work and represent us as a country and as individuals to the rest of the world. If I disagree with the way things are being handled by those leaders, and I am outraged with how I'm being viewed (or threatened) by those affected by those global policies, I'm going to speak up about it any chance I get. I'm going to let my friends know, my family, the people running for office, the people in office, the news and even those that may like or dislike us all around the world. We live in a global society no matter what you believe. Our foreign policy and the man
  13. 60s although i think Exile is the greatest and Zep hit their prime during the 70s, rock used half the decade to become bloated monstrocities. not to even bring up soft rock and disco. the 60s had so much more to offer from rock to pop, jazz to blues, ska to reggae. folk, country and gospel too. the changes, strides and revolutions within each genre have been unmatched since. the 70s had moments where all that change and progess was refined and developed to near perfection but a lot of it was bastardized as well.
  14. word on the street is that there's a little ugliness brewing during the past few pages. you know i try to keep out of the RTT threads and let live but i was awoken with a warning post from my big dog nap. hopefully things have settled down and people can go their seperate ways peacefully. i appreciate it. lollipops and butterflies, narz
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