I think LA Woman was also their best album. So strong, even with Jim's voice gone.
Chorizo. I buy five pounds at a time from a mercado near my house.
"Five pounds of the regular chorizo please."
"Yeah, five...cinco. Please"
Mine's certainly not as bad as yours. I hear you about thinking you've turned a corner.
And thank you very much for the offer to talk. Very kind of you.
Going through it now, MDM. Thanks for sharing this.
Huge fan of the movie, know the quotes and use them all the time, but this was unexpected and caught me just right.
I love you but I think it's time to reveal that 50% of your WMDs are due to your Longform.org obsession.
She's a famous beard. Or so it is said.
And I don't care which way he swings, good for him.
50% Slovenian blood here. This brings back wonderful memories of summers in Euclid with my Grandparents. Glad there's some of it still around.
Rio Bravo. Corny as all hell but just perfect. Every bit of it.
The Searchers, because it's truly a masterpiece with the Duke playing against type.
The Quiet Man. Also corny but perfect. "...Impetuous! Homeric!"
"When I drink whiskey, I drink whiskey; and when I drink water, I drink water. "
Did the flatbrims, chest/facial tats, and chainwallets throw you a bit, BFutter?
And then there are the men....
Seriously, Phoenix CC's are really, really ghetto, and by ghetto I mean lower class of all races.
Wayyyyyy too many jacked up $45k trucks in the parking lot with $10hr wage earners driving them. By "wayyyyy" I mean more than one.
I think five years tops...and we'll win at least one more NC during that time.
The Crystal Method (Vegas)- Their first and best album. Listen to the entire album from beginning to end for a great journey. You will recognize that one of the songs was used by a car company.
^^^One of the few electronica albums that I'd call a masterpiece. "This transmission is coming to you...."
Massive Attack and Portishead are Triphop but amazing in their own right. Triphop was a big part of my 90's experience. MA, Portishead, Tricky, Somasonic, Morcheeba, Hooverphonic, etc...
Novosel's citation is inspiring. His whole life is inspiring.
UV and a shout out to our elder statesmen Buckeye fans.
Glad you're on here.
My kids and I play AD+D and LoTR Roleplaying once a month; it's a blast. Embrace your inner geek.
Wow. AND I'm struck with her guitar solo body language. She's got all the emphasis moves that you see in modern players, whereas films of others from the early years show wooden physical performances. She LOOKS like she's playing a rock n roll song: sneers, throwing her shoulders around, hand flourishes. Love her fills.
The Whispers reads like a Wes Anderson scene
Linebacker play. I want to see our backers correctly read the run and fill the hole for a stop at the line of scrimmage. All game. I want to see one of our LBs dominate the box. Shed blocks and drop people for no YAC. I want to see a full game of crushing hits. Not one a game for the whole unit but multiple "OOOOO!!!" hits a game.
EDIT: Fern's video is perfectly illustrative of what I'm saying. His first series of run stops in the video is exactly what I want. I want to see our LBs do that against college guys, I want to see Fern's do that against college guys. At OSU.
Homicide was way ahead of its time. Best police drama on network TV ever.
Yep. The interrogations are still the best aired...
I've always said the same thing. He ran down and TOOK the ball from arguably the most athletically gifted grown ass man on that field, immediately after a morale shattering turnover. That's just not done...ever. Except by Mo, in the biggest game of his career, during the biggest game in a generation for OSU.
Watching it from the stands I'll never forget hearing the odd voice here and there from the crowd who were dumbstruck after the interception. "I think Clarett stole it!!", "Mo's got it!", etc. Then the growing roar. My father's face slowly morphing from shock to an amazed smile.