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My prepotency to make light of most things continues to wear thin at home and its getting too cold to sit outside.

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I missed a call from my old friend Potential Fraud. Haven't heard from him in ages.
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revbob wrote:
16 Nov 2020, 1:52pm
I missed a call from my old friend Potential Fraud. Haven't heard from him in ages.
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I, too, like to consider the potential in people. Someday, someday—actual fraud.
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Back in the 80s, Miriam Linna, who was in the original line-up of the Cramps, put out a zine on 50s juvenile delinquency called Bad Seed. She's now selling t-shirts of each cover. I ordered #'s 1 and 3. :cool:
http://www.nortonrecords.com/bad-seed/?sort=alphaasc
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
25 Nov 2020, 6:36pm
Back in the 80s, Miriam Linna, who was in the original line-up of the Cramps, put out a zine on 50s juvenile delinquency called Bad Seed. She's now selling t-shirts of each cover. I ordered #'s 1 and 3. :cool:
http://www.nortonrecords.com/bad-seed/?sort=alphaasc
This is really cool. I cant read #2 though.

The music on the site looks interesting too.

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revbob wrote:
25 Nov 2020, 6:46pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
25 Nov 2020, 6:36pm
Back in the 80s, Miriam Linna, who was in the original line-up of the Cramps, put out a zine on 50s juvenile delinquency called Bad Seed. She's now selling t-shirts of each cover. I ordered #'s 1 and 3. :cool:
http://www.nortonrecords.com/bad-seed/?sort=alphaasc
This is really cool. I cant read #2 though.
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When I was working on my diss, I paid a hefty amount for a complete set of the zines. Glad to see that she's reissuing them. If she does it in book form, I'll buy a copy.
The music on the site looks interesting too.
Lots of good trashy 50s rock n roll and books. I've bought a few of the latter over the years.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
25 Nov 2020, 7:17pm
revbob wrote:
25 Nov 2020, 6:46pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
25 Nov 2020, 6:36pm
Back in the 80s, Miriam Linna, who was in the original line-up of the Cramps, put out a zine on 50s juvenile delinquency called Bad Seed. She's now selling t-shirts of each cover. I ordered #'s 1 and 3. :cool:
http://www.nortonrecords.com/bad-seed/?sort=alphaasc
This is really cool. I cant read #2 though.
Image

When I was working on my diss, I paid a hefty amount for a complete set of the zines. Glad to see that she's reissuing them. If she does it in book form, I'll buy a copy.
The music on the site looks interesting too.
Lots of good trashy 50s rock n roll and books. I've bought a few of the latter over the years.
I like the JD, VD, OD.

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revbob wrote:
25 Nov 2020, 7:28pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
25 Nov 2020, 7:17pm
revbob wrote:
25 Nov 2020, 6:46pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
25 Nov 2020, 6:36pm
Back in the 80s, Miriam Linna, who was in the original line-up of the Cramps, put out a zine on 50s juvenile delinquency called Bad Seed. She's now selling t-shirts of each cover. I ordered #'s 1 and 3. :cool:
http://www.nortonrecords.com/bad-seed/?sort=alphaasc
This is really cool. I cant read #2 though.
http://www.paulgormanis.com/wp-content/ ... dseed2.jpg
When I was working on my diss, I paid a hefty amount for a complete set of the zines. Glad to see that she's reissuing them. If she does it in book form, I'll buy a copy.
The music on the site looks interesting too.
Lots of good trashy 50s rock n roll and books. I've bought a few of the latter over the years.
I like the JD, VD, OD.
A year or so ago, I had a shirt made with the cover to this 50s jd true crime collection:
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Paperback covers in the 50s just demanded that you buy the book.
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I fucking love tabletop hockey. I probably had a half dozen over the course of my childhood, replacing them when parts broke (usually the players would snap off the pegs). I could still play that shit all day long.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
27 Nov 2020, 1:00pm
the players would snap off the pegs
5 minute major for roughing, hooks.
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tepista wrote:
27 Nov 2020, 1:43pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
27 Nov 2020, 1:00pm
the players would snap off the pegs
5 minute major for roughing, hooks.
This ain't pussy European hockey, Sven.
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We had one it was Bruins vs Rangers

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revbob wrote:
27 Nov 2020, 6:55pm
We had one it was Bruins vs Rangers
My various sets covered all the Original Six teams, plus the Kings and Blues. The boards of one set also had all the team logos, including the Cleveland Barons.
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