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Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8730 on: January 05, 2018, 04:12:41 PM »
Haha, oh, great. I wonder if rutabaga is taken.

Anyway they could be the reason she doesn't quit. People that subscribed and forgot about it and others who actually believe she keeps getting knocked out and will be back next week.

Instead of getting knocked out, she try getting knocked up, and let the sprog take over the ship. Although she sounds like the 'sorry, I've got a headache' type, so we might need the turkey baster.

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8731 on: January 05, 2018, 04:18:20 PM »
Instead of getting knocked out, she try getting knocked up, and let the sprog take over the ship. Although she sounds like the 'sorry, I've got a headache' type, so we might need the turkey baster.

I'm willing to give it a shot, baster or otherwise. Let's do this thing!  ;) ;)

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8732 on: January 05, 2018, 04:39:37 PM »
Instead of getting knocked out, she try getting knocked up

I apologise for this post. I forgot to switch off my 'damon' filter.

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8733 on: January 05, 2018, 06:41:02 PM »


Hey, I used to be a big Zappa fan, I over listened to him though. I wish I could remove all the lyrics and just listen to the music. I've met two of the Mothers, Ike Willis and Jimmy Carl Black, years apart. They were both nice. Ike let me listen to him rehearse at his house, and Black just spoke to me between sets and expressed surprise younger people listened to that music and liked it. Though he probably thought I was younger than I am.

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8734 on: January 05, 2018, 06:44:13 PM »
Hey, I used to be a big Zappa fan, I over listened to him though. I wish I could remove all the lyrics and just listen to the music. I've met two of the Mothers, Ike Willis and the Indian of the group, years apart. they were both nice.

Zappa people are usually chronics. I went to a party once with a woman I just started dating. She warned me not to bring up Zappa with her friend who was throwing the party...but I had to just to see what would happen. I wound up marrying her friend about a year later.  ;)

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8735 on: January 05, 2018, 06:47:00 PM »
Hey, I used to be a big Zappa fan, I over listened to him though. I wish I could remove all the lyrics and just listen to the music. I've met two of the Mothers, Ike Willis and the Indian of the group (Jimmy Carl Black), years apart. they were both nice.

There are a couple of songs that stick in my head like Billy the Mountain, Dynamo Hum and Magdalena. I got into them back when I was stationed in upstate NY and CHOM-FM out of Montreal used to give them airplay.  I usually only listen now if I take my ipod out skiing.

I just remembered the line about the rutabaga.

Otherwise its just me and the pygmy pony. Don’t tell Bobo.

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8736 on: January 05, 2018, 06:47:13 PM »
Zappa people are usually chronics. I went to a party once with a woman I just started dating. She warned me not to bring up Zappa with her friend who was throwing the party...but I had to just to see what would happen. I wound up marrying her friend about a year later.  ;)

haha. that's funny. Sorry it didn't work out. I'm not sure what you mean by 'chronics' though.

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8737 on: January 05, 2018, 06:50:18 PM »
haha. that's funny. Sorry it didn't work out. I'm not sure what you mean by 'chronics' though.

It usually never does for most. No biggie. The time we had will alway be magic, etc., etc.

Chronics as in they LOVE Zappa...and usually won't shut up about it.  ;)

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8738 on: January 05, 2018, 06:53:20 PM »
There are a couple of songs that stick in my head like Billy the Mountain, Dynamo Hum and Magdalena. I got into them back when I was stationed in upstate NY and CHOM-FM out of Montreal used to give them airplay.  I usually only listen now if I take my ipod out skiing.

I just remembered the line about the rutabaga.

Otherwise its just me and the pygmy pony. Don’t tell Bobo.

I found 'You Can't Do That Onstage Vol. 2' interesting. It's good in it's own right but I think that's the one where they are in Italy singing when, apparently, the crowd gets unruly and you can hear the pop of tear gas going off repeatedly. They eventually get an interpreter to tell everyone to calm down. Anyway, I think that is what Deep Purple was singing about when they sang 'Smoke on the Water'.

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8739 on: January 05, 2018, 06:53:58 PM »
It usually never does for most. No biggie. The time we had will alway be magic, etc., etc.

Chronics as in they LOVE Zappa...and usually won't shut up about it.  ;)

Yep, that was me for awhile. heh. I've gotten better. lol

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8740 on: January 05, 2018, 06:56:53 PM »
Yep, that was me for awhile. heh. I've gotten better. lol

I bet you can list off all his various band configurations cold, right now, without even checking.  :D

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8741 on: January 05, 2018, 06:56:56 PM »
I found 'You Can't Do That Onstage Vol. 2' interesting. It's good in it's own right but I think that's the one where they are in Italy singing when, apparently, the crowd gets unruly and you can hear the pop of tear gas going off repeatedly. They eventually get an interpreter to tell everyone to calm down. Anyway, I think that is what Deep Purple was singing about when they sang 'Smoke on the Water'.

Never did understand the constant use of the line “zircon-encrusted tweezers”, but I do have a real poncho.

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8742 on: January 05, 2018, 06:58:49 PM »
Never did understand the constant use of the line “zircon-encrusted tweezers”, but I do have a real poncho.

I think it was supposed to represent the absurd decadence of commercialism, Grav but I'm just spitballing here.

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8743 on: January 05, 2018, 07:09:01 PM »
I think it was supposed to represent the absurd decadence of commercialism, Grav but I'm just spitballing here.

Nice

*nodding head gif*

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8744 on: January 05, 2018, 09:38:03 PM »
Are your f,a,g,o, and t buttons worn out?
;D

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8745 on: January 07, 2018, 12:37:25 PM »
I can't speak for anyone else.  As a Marine, I've ...... endured.  And so have so many others who own the title, MARINE.  We would rather have an individual broken, honestly, through hazing, 'moderate' brutality short of killing recruits or extreme physicality, than suffer the loss of that individual or more likely, the brothers who would die for/with him or because of him.
It is a rare incident of 'hazing.'  Extreme bullshit, yes, routinely.  We will not suffer anything 'beyond the line.'  We police our own.  More does not make the news than does. 
The Corps follows the words of Heraclitus, “Out of every one hundred men, ten shouldn't even be there, eighty are just targets, nine are the real fighters, and we are lucky to have them, for they make the battle. Ah, but the one, one is a warrior, and he will bring the others back.”  I  believe that I am right in my belief  that we, The Marines, break, build and offer up on the alter, more Warriors than any other military organization on this planet since the dawn of time.
Friendly fire (especially if it's not real ammo) has it's place.  If you can't Josh around with someone, then it's hard to get thick with them.  Picking on someone is a form of attention-giving.  But it works better if you already have trust.

Like one day I was working a 12-hour day and all I had for eats was one banana.  A guy came over and took the banana just to play with me, but he didn't know that for the next zillion hours, I had nothing left to eat. Later I asked him not to take food.  Maybe everyone in the biz had money, but not me.  I was making high student loan payments, and becoming established (furniture, linens), with a pet that had really high veterinary bills.  So I really needed that banana.  He had only assumed I was financially okay.

And deal breakers should not be part of friendly fire.  What's the point of trying to haze someone if they have already stated they won't go in certain directions or beyond certain limits.  Then hazing just fosters hate, defiance, revenge and resentment.  There are people who won't necessarily break, people who would rather die their own way. 

Like, you don't friendly fire a recovering alcoholic with temptations to imbibe.
Or, tease and frustrated your spouse by flaunting images or comments about other sexually attractive people.
Or, actually cause damage, like property or bodily damage.
And no defamation.
And there needs to be a reward, a goal, some sort of understanding.


Also, the target needs to understand what's going on.  If you just pick on someone without making the bond clear, then it just resembles bullying.

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8746 on: January 07, 2018, 01:03:47 PM »
I never did figure out who ''Amy'' is, why we would listen to her show, or where to find it.

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8747 on: January 07, 2018, 03:14:57 PM »
Friendly fire (especially if it's not real ammo) has it's place.  If you can't Josh around with someone, then it's hard to get thick with them.  Picking on someone is a form of attention-giving.  But it works better if you already have trust.

Like one day I was working a 12-hour day and all I had for eats was one banana.  A guy came over and took the banana just to play with me, but he didn't know that for the next zillion hours, I had nothing left to eat. Later I asked him not to take food.  Maybe everyone in the biz had money, but not me.  I was making high student loan payments, and becoming established (furniture, linens), with a pet that had really high veterinary bills.  So I really needed that banana.  He had only assumed I was financially okay.

And deal breakers should not be part of friendly fire.  What's the point of trying to haze someone if they have already stated they won't go in certain directions or beyond certain limits.  Then hazing just fosters hate, defiance, revenge and resentment.  There are people who won't necessarily break, people who would rather die their own way. 

Like, you don't friendly fire a recovering alcoholic with temptations to imbibe.
Or, tease and frustrated your spouse by flaunting images or comments about other sexually attractive people.
Or, actually cause damage, like property or bodily damage.
And no defamation.
And there needs to be a reward, a goal, some sort of understanding.


Also, the target needs to understand what's going on.  If you just pick on someone without making the bond clear, then it just resembles bullying.

Ummmm, wrong thread?   ::)   If not, Ooooooookaaaaaay.

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8748 on: January 29, 2018, 07:32:40 PM »
Has Amy managed to eke out a show yet this year or has she shuffled off this mortal coil due to her various and sundry ailments?

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8749 on: January 29, 2018, 07:40:16 PM »
Has Amy managed to eke out a show yet this year or has she shuffled off this mortal coil due to her various and sundry ailments?

AFAIK, no show so far in 2018.   

Last update was from January 3rd when she was in a feverish state and dreaming about Orcs. 

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8750 on: January 30, 2018, 01:12:38 PM »
I called it back then.  March.  At the earliest. 

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8751 on: February 08, 2018, 11:37:00 PM »
I can't speak for anyone else.  As a Marine, I've ...... endured.  And so have so many others who own the title, MARINE.  We would rather have an individual broken, honestly, through hazing, 'moderate' brutality short of killing recruits or extreme physicality, than suffer the loss of that individual or more likely, the brothers who would die for/with him or because of him.
It is a rare incident of 'hazing.'  Extreme bullshit, yes, routinely.  We will not suffer anything 'beyond the line.'  We police our own.  More does not make the news than does. 
The Corps follows the words of Heraclitus, “Out of every one hundred men, ten shouldn't even be there, eighty are just targets, nine are the real fighters, and we are lucky to have them, for they make the battle. Ah, but the one, one is a warrior, and he will bring the others back.”  I  believe that I am right in my belief  that we, The Marines, break, build and offer up on the alter, more Warriors than any other military organization on this planet since the dawn of time.
Same thread.

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8752 on: February 09, 2018, 12:40:04 AM »
Same thread.

Thanks Slojo.      ???

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8753 on: February 19, 2018, 04:52:49 AM »
Amy?  I think the show needs to be called Amy Off The Radio But Hoping For More Free Stuff From Bellgabbers. I wonder how much a working immune system costs.

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8754 on: February 19, 2018, 09:46:01 AM »
Amy?  I think the show needs to be called Amy Off The Radio But Hoping For More Free Stuff From Bellgabbers. I wonder how much a working immune system costs.

Zing.

Re: Amy On The Radio
« Reply #8755 on: February 19, 2018, 11:22:07 PM »
Amy?  I think the show needs to be called Amy Off The Radio But Hoping For More Free Stuff From Bellgabbers. I wonder how much a working immune system costs.