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- January 16, 2015 7:28 am at 7:28 am in reply to: We Used to Drink Together Record Release at Ace of Cups Friday, Jan. 16 #1059436
Now on sale. Listen and buy here.January 14, 2015 4:11 am at 4:11 am in reply to: We Used to Drink Together Record Release at Ace of Cups Friday, Jan. 16 #1058978
Ah, good point. Thank you. Submitted!
The unwelcome outbreak of British and US soldiers in Africa has spread and killed so many more. I’m about as afraid of this media-driven scare as I am of Al-Qaeda and ISIS, which I am pretty sure are a couple guys with towels on their heads being filmed by US, British and Israeli agents. I think Al-Qaeda and ISIS were also made up in Texas, so, there may be a connection.May 5, 2014 11:32 pm at 11:32 pm in reply to: New Music Video for Woosley Band's "Would You Be Mine?" #1013676
Oops- double post!April 18, 2014 6:43 am at 6:43 am in reply to: Woosley Band release show for 40 Ways Along the Sea at the Treebar #1008931
Two releases for Record Week:
That’s an odd view from Carney that started the whole thing off; that the Grammys are for artists and not rich people. He is sadly disilliusioned if he really believes that but it sounds like the first thing that came out of his mouth when asked a really stupid question.
Grammys are all about the industry sucking its own dick. Great artists don’t get Grammys until after they have made millions and millions for the industry and shitty artists win them all of the time. I’m pretty sure Carney knows that and is justing trying to have fun with the absurdity of the whole thing that he really had nothing to do with in the first place- but many stranger things have happened.
G. A. Colin said:
I rather live free in a dangerous society than to live under tyranny and be safe.
I feel pretty safe in our dangerous, tyrannous society without a gun but I don’t feel freer than somebody who lives in a country who is not obsessed with guns because I have the option to own a gun. I want a flame thrower, a tank and a helicopter because Americans are all Rambo and crazed and shi$. The 2nd amendment is WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY outdated.
Listen, who doesn’t love guns? I keep one in every room. Clearly, we can all agree that there is no connection between guns and gun violence because I just said it. How would that even be possible, anways? What- are you going to shoot somebody?—with a gun? I HIGHLY doubt that.
Here’s my real point:
Guns are cool. You can shoot them…and stuff like that.
They are historical.
They are VERY American.
They are highly endorsed by many proud Republicans AND Libertarians (ALL AMERICAN and most likely MORE AMERICAN THAN YOU) and other long political names I can hardly read let alone spell.
They are tangible. You can look at them and clean them and touch them and all sorts of other useful things when you are not shooting them.
Number one reason? That’s a no-brainer. You can shoot somebody else before they get to you first.
You can still hunt, too.
Anyways, Clint Eastwood already proved in the Bible that there is no connection between guns and gun violence and proved it again in his blockbuster (probably Thee Greatest Film of Alltime), “Every Which Way but Loose” and anybody who knows anything already knows this.
2001: A Space OdysseyJanuary 9, 2013 3:12 am at 3:12 am in reply to: Released today: Woosley Band's "The Nest" (Al Key's Saga Vol.#2) #529176
Sounds like a case of……
She’s putting together a very short set for Anyway Records’ 20th Anniversary at Ace of Cups on December 22, 2012. Probably just 3 or 4 songs. She recently broke her ankle but says she doesn’t want to miss being a part of the anniversary show.
I was being followed frequently by those big black Delta Force helicopters for a few years there-right around the first time the Bush administration rigged an election. After I stopped drunk dialing the White House though it died down. So just try to stop drunk dialing the White House for awhile if you can and see if the helicopter traffic doesn’t decrease significantly. Good luck!
That would be awesome. Chicago is probably my favorite US city. I love New Orleans, NYC and Nashville too but Chicago can do me no wrong. Love it. Let’s make it happen!
Went to Comfest this afternoon. Probably my 15th time there in the last twenty years. Took my kids(13, 11), prob their fifth time each. I must say that I had read this thread and tried to pay a little more attention to the happenings and was pretty disappointed in the festival as compared to what I have enjoyed over the years. Not just a this year thing but a gradual transition. This festival has now gotten the reputation as anything goes and I dont enjoy it as much. The arts/crafts/vendors were nice and we shopped, but I had a hard time finding a band other than the jazz stage that was not screaming profanity. Memo to Skashank Redemption- you guys are talented, but fifty thousand F bombs at 2pm is not music. The off ramp stage was worse. Pretty much this is now about getting your drink on. Did not see much community. Comfest is about at the bottom of my list for CBus festivals.
“this festival now has a reputation…a gradual transition…didn’t see much community….the Offramp Stage was worse…”