What/where is this Celtic Festival you speak of?
Nope. Walking away.
Dolo's ring, tho........
This will be my 8th Rush show. My first was in Cincy on Easter weekend in '86. They opened with "Spirit Of Radio", but the crowd was so loud, you couldn't hear the guitar intro. We got 10th row floor seats for that one. 'course, this was back when all seats cost the same & the only determining factor of how good they were was how soon you got to the Ticketron machine at the local record store (Buzzards' Nest, anyone?).
My fav album is "Moving PIctures", mostly because that's the one (like most of the rest of the Great North American Nerd Herd) that turned me on to the band as a kid. Fav song is a toughie. I guess if I was trapped on that mythical island & could only have one tune, it'd be "Red Barchetta". The story line, time signature changes & musicianship literally stopped me in my tracks the first time I heard it.
I'm going with 3 friends. Interestingly, I've been to Rush gigs with all of them, just never all at once. I'm geeked for it, but it's bittersweet. The band's saying this will be their last major tour, so I'll probably never see/hear them live again. They're all in their 60's now, so I imagine they've earned the rest.
We see what you did there.......
Bobby McFerrin is a freaking genius.
Fire & EMS dispatcher for a multi-department communications center.
Don't you mean "Hoooooly sh*rt"?
On the team's health: "I have no idea...."
Suuuuuuuuure you don't.
I don't believe that quotas are a real thing. I do believe that traffic tickets are are one factor in how a patrol officer's "productivity" is measured, especially in smaller departments. And DUI/narcotics arrests always look good when promotion time rolls around.
That having been said, it's been my experience in 26+ years in public safety that most cops are just like the rest of us. They want to come to work, do their jobs to the best of their abilities, then go home. Those guys & gals, however, don't make the evening news all that often.
I'm hearing more than a few players are going into the shop in the not-too-distant future. Are there going to be enough healthy bodies for the spring game?
C'Bus-In no particular order:
FWIW, I had my shoulder scoped about a month after Braxton's. 4 mos. later, I MIGHT be willing to toss a Nerf ball about 15-20 feet.
The thought of getting hit on or near it terrifies me. The thought of a Div. I D-lineman doing it makes me want to cut the arm off, curl up in a corner & suck my (other) thumb.
Ain't a damn thing wrong with that jacket. Sorry if I gave that impression.
Urb's jacket, tho......
Know what? I LOVE the fact that some Cryami fans are still salty about it. It's "The Gift That Keeps On Giving".
That & the fact that they've had almost no national relevance since then.
IndyNittany-is that you??
"Is she on the staff?"
Only when she's working..........
You give me way too much credit, Jeremy. I wouldn't have the first idea how to change a Wiki entry.
Flattered, but it wuddn't me.
It would seem the trolling has extended to Wikipedia.....
Check out the "Owner" info in the box on the right.
Hold up-why the DV? I was the only one who was surprised?
Why would he be doing that if he wasn't making the jump?
Kid's a gamer. Of course he's disappointed about not being on the field.
Anyone remember the look on John Simon's face during the senior intro's before The Game in '12, when he couldn't play? Or Bobby Carpenter's when he broke his leg early in The Game in '05?