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Dubuque, Iowa (via Upper Sandusky, Ohio)

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Comment 22 Dec 2014

It would seem he flipped the consensus and unanimous around and totally threw off his meaning.

Comment 19 Dec 2014

I've got a few of those you listed on my playlist already. Stone Sour, and Foo Fighters are good for most of the time. I can sometimes get away with those with the kids around, but sometimes I do like to get into some heavier types. Static X and Pantera are some of the old standbys. Thanks for the suggestions.  I'll check them out.

Comment 19 Dec 2014

It was never a favorite of mine, but I didn't mind the Rucker version... until I heard this version.

Comment 19 Dec 2014

Pretty tough to narrow it down being that I love almost all genres of music, but when it comes to my top list they all have special meaning to me being tied to experiences or that happened to be playing during a major milestone.

1 - Rivers of Babylon by Sublime

2 - Turn the Page by Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band

3 - Winds of Change by Scorpians

4 - May This be Love (Waterfall) by Jimi Hendrix

5 - Lithium by Nirvana

Honorable mentions - She by Greenday, Born to Be Wild by Steppenwolf, The Ghost of Tom Joad by Rage Against the Machine,  Hurricane by Bob Dylan, and Touch, Peel, and Stand by Days of The New

Comment 19 Dec 2014

Unfortunately I haven't kept up on most of the latest stuff. i kind of got in the family man groove and the harder less kid friendly music that I enjoy has had to go by the wayside for a bit. I would love some suggestions of thing to add to my personal playlist for when I get time w/o the rugrats if you're willing to share.

Comment 19 Dec 2014

No doubt. I loved NIN's version, but Johnny Cash took the song to a whole nother planet of awesomeness

Comment 18 Dec 2014

What about boilermakers? Beer and whiskey consumed simultaneously has to be included if you plan on targeting college aged students.

Comment 18 Dec 2014

I thought the catch was he had to coach and live in Michigan...

Comment 18 Dec 2014

Appalachian State, and an even worse loss the following week to Oregon

I'm sorry, but after that it was hard to take anything in the post seriously. Sure the score may have been worse, but being top 5 ranked and losing to a DIAA school is the worst loss in the last 20+ years if not ever.