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revbob wrote:
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"The tolerant Left :rolleyes:" #gotchaTrotsky
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Yeah, because in his mind they deserve a second chance, right? :crazy: :crazy: :crazy:
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tepista wrote:
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Unfortunately I was too young to see Blondie or the Ramones when they played the Whiskey, but once I was a bit older, I did see quite a few shows there.
I was (am?) old enough to have worked at Licorice Pizza records way back when I was in college.
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Sparky wrote:
15 Nov 2021, 1:37pm
Unfortunately I was too young to see Blondie or the Ramones when they played the Whiskey, but once I was a bit older, I did see quite a few shows there.
I was (am?) old enough to have worked at Licorice Pizza records way back when I was in college.
The one and only time I saw Kinks was at the Forum for "Come Dancing" , 83 I guess?
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tepista wrote:
15 Nov 2021, 2:47pm
Sparky wrote:
15 Nov 2021, 1:37pm
Unfortunately I was too young to see Blondie or the Ramones when they played the Whiskey, but once I was a bit older, I did see quite a few shows there.
I was (am?) old enough to have worked at Licorice Pizza records way back when I was in college.
The one and only time I saw Kinks was at the Forum for "Come Dancing" , 83 I guess?
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I saw the Kinks in 1979 at the Palace theater in Albany, NY - front row! I think it's on the One From The Road album. Ray Davies spilled a beer on my head! I saw them in Glens Falls, NY in 1983 with Ian Hunter as support. I'm old but I've seen some good shows.

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My punk class watched that last year. I think I saved a lot of kids' souls, with an assist from Quincy.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
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revbob wrote:
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My punk class watched that last year. I think I saved a lot of kids' souls, with an assist from Quincy.
Well why Detective Monihan was just a stupid drunk without Quincy figuring out all the muurders. And you my friend are no Detective Monihan.

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Even innocuous am radio stars could not escape the Satanic fantasy of overprotective Christian parents – in the famously-mocked educational film Rock? It’s Your Decision a teenager realizes that he is committing a sin just by listening to rock music – and is seen holding up a Billy Joel record while voicing this realization.

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Dr. Medulla wrote:
15 Nov 2021, 9:47pm
revbob wrote:
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My punk class watched that last year. I think I saved a lot of kids' souls, with an assist from Quincy.
Also did you use my super cool Quincy punk rock mix in your lecture?

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That is what the elves call the justice of the unicorn. - Richard Nixon to Nikita Khrushchev, Kitchen Debate, Moscow, 1959

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revbob wrote:
15 Nov 2021, 9:53pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
15 Nov 2021, 9:47pm
revbob wrote:
15 Nov 2021, 9:44pm
My punk class watched that last year. I think I saved a lot of kids' souls, with an assist from Quincy.
Also did you use my super cool Quincy punk rock mix in your lecture?
I uploaded it for bonus content to the discussion.
That is what the elves call the justice of the unicorn. - Richard Nixon to Nikita Khrushchev, Kitchen Debate, Moscow, 1959

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