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throttlefinger 12th Warrior


Member since 23 November 2011 | Blog

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: C'mon. 2002 Fiesta Bowl. Being a lifelong C-town fan, this was my first championship.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Spielman
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jim Jackson
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
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Recent Activity

Comment 17 Dec 2015

No thank you. Always great to have another place to discuss music with real music lovers (as opposed to the hipsters at the office).

If you want to get into some more rare rock, this is a great blog to follow: http://www.aftersabbath.com/

Also has a page on FB, which he and others upload great stuff.

Go Bucks!

Comment 17 Dec 2015

Thanks JCLP! Yeah, I just noticed it doing my morning Skull Session read. Great stuff, my man. Use to do a radio show that focused on rare cuts and unknown/underappreciated bands from 60/70s era rock. So definitely make a visit to TIMH part of my 11W stop(s).

Keep rawkin!

Comment 17 Dec 2015

Fantastic write up! And he is certainly worthy. 

Have two bootlegs of Free and Rodgers and Kossoff were a freakin force. Underrated but not under appreciated by true rock fans. 

Here's a cut from one of my favorite songs.

Comment 20 Nov 2015

Usually late to doing this so basically make my pick then use the search function to see how close I can get.

Comment 08 May 2014

Yes, HTC. Those were for Manhattan salary numbers. 

Was recently interviewed for a job in San Francisco and even though cost of living is about the same (excluding home buying), salaries are still $20-25K less.

Comment 15 Mar 2014

Agree. Unfortunate but true. They gained a nice flow with him on the bench. That translated to a lead. Think the prudent thing would've been to wait until that flow was disrupted or they lost the lead. 

Sometimes the best move is to keep the best player on the bench. Don't think the D could've been any tighter in the front court and the O was certainly more in rhythm.