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ORLANDO399 Report This Comment
Date: July 28, 2008 11:26PM

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Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: July 28, 2008 11:50PM

Surrender ? Like HELL angry
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Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: July 29, 2008 02:22AM

Cock Suckers Anonymous?
zxz555 Report This Comment
Date: July 29, 2008 08:55AM

That's the logo for the Child Support Agency!?
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: July 29, 2008 10:09AM

Thats a loser flag......the south already rose again. As a foul order
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: July 29, 2008 11:37AM

Another Anonafag talkin shit about the south eye rolling
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Here, let me get my balls outta your mouth so you can respond properly ... you fuckin weak suck, tea bag swillin bitch the finger
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BTW, if there's anything left up north in yankee land worth havin it's only 'cause I left it there ... in the crack of your Mamas ass smiling
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Abe Lincoln Report This Comment
Date: July 29, 2008 03:17PM

I hate to break this to you, but the civil War is over. You lost. Last time I was in the Carolinas, all I saw were illegal immigrants and poor black folks. If you love the sotuh so much, please do us all a big favor and stay there forever. LOSER!
ORLANDO399 Report This Comment
Date: July 29, 2008 05:08PM

Orlando is full of ny ,mass,ill thugs..if the north is so great..why are they all down here?
ORLANDO399 Report This Comment
Date: July 29, 2008 05:10PM

btw the north did win the war,but we had a 2 to 1 ratio of kills....fuckin pussys
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: July 29, 2008 09:46PM

ORLANDO399 Wrote:
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> btw the north did win the war,but we had a 2 to 1
> ratio of kills....fuckin pussys

Wow, what a great and enviable statistic to shout about.....
pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: July 29, 2008 10:23PM

southerners may not be too bright but they sure are arrogant...the finger
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Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: July 29, 2008 11:33PM

Yeah we just LOVE all the fuckin yankees that wanna move to Texas and then claim it as home and even have some misguided idea they can call themselves Texans. I tell 'em all the same thing, if you ain't born here you'll never BE a Texan, even if you live here till you croak!

Let me share this with ya Abe ol buddy. I've been all over this country and been to quite a few county fairs to boot and I'll take the Southern way of life, pace and attitude any day over what I've seen in the original yankee northeastern states where people look at you wierd for tryin to be friendly and have the completely nonsensical idea that we're slow witted because we form sentences that take longer than 3 seconds to pronounce.

No problem in me ever wantin to live in the north I assure ya, you can have it all.

And ... unless you're a transplant Pro you ain't a fuckin yankee anyway, so .... winking
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pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: July 29, 2008 11:41PM

I actually lived in texas for awhile...when I was 5 years old...
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: July 30, 2008 12:03AM

Couldn't have been more timely sent, but here's an email one of my cousins sent me today on this very topic.

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MY SOUTH!

This was written by Robert St. John , executive chef and owner of the
Purple Parrot Cafe, Crescent City Grill and Mahogany Bar of Hattiesburg , MS .

Thirty years ago I visited my first cousin in Virginia . While hanging
out with his friend, the discussion turned to popular movies of the day.
When I offered my two-cents on the authenticity and social relevance of
the movie Billy Jack , one of the boys asked, in all seriousness; 'Do you
guys have movie theaters down there?' To which I replied, 'Yep. We wear shoes too.'

Just three years ago, my wife and I were attending a food and wine
seminar in Aspen , Colo. We were seated with two couples from Las Vegas .
One of the Glitter Gulch gals was amused and downright rude when I
described our restaurant as a fine-dining restaurant.

' Mississippi doesn't have fine-dining restaurants!' she insisted and
nudged her companion. I fought back the strong desire to mention that
she lived in the land that invented the 99-cent breakfast buffet.

I wanted badly to defend my state, my region, and my restaurant with a
15-minute soliloquy and public relations rant that would surely change
her mind. It was at that precise moment that I was hit with a blinding
jolt of enlightenment, and in a moment of complete and absolute clarity
it dawned on me -- my South is the best-kept secret in the country. Why
would I try to win this woman over? She might move down here.

I am always amused by Hollywood 's interpretation of the South. We are
still, on occasion, depicted as a collective group of sweaty, stupid,
backwards-minded, racist rednecks.. The South of movies and TV, the
Hollywood South, is not my South.

This is my South:
My South is full of honest, hardworking people. My South is the
birthplace of blues and jazz, and rock n' roll. It has banjo pickers and
fiddle players, but it also has BB King, Muddy Waters, the Allman
Brothers, Emmylou Harris and Elvis.

My South is hot. My South smells of newly mowed grass. My South was kick
the can, creek swimming, cane-pole fishing and bird hunting.

In my South, football is king, and the Southeastern Conference is the
kingdom.

My South is home to the most beautiful women on the planet.

In my South, soul food and country cooking are the same thing.

My South is full of fig preserves, cornbread, butter beans, fried
chicken, grits and catfish.

In my South we eat foie gras, caviar and truffles. In my South, our
transistor radios introduced us to the Beatles and the Rolling Stones at
the same time they were introduced to the rest of the country.

In my South, grandmothers cook a big lunch every Sunday, so big that we
call it dinner (supper comes later).

In my South, family matters, deeply.

My South is boiled shrimp, blackberry cobbler, peach ice cream, banana
pudding and oatmeal cream pies.

In my South people put peanuts in bottles of Coca-Cola and hot sauce on almost everything.

In my South the tea is iced and almost as sweet as the women. My South has air-conditioning.

My South is camellias, azaleas, wisteria and hydrangeas.

In my South, the only person that has to sit on the back of the bus is
the last person that got on the bus.

In my South, people still say 'Yes, ma'am,' 'No ma'am,' 'Please' and 'Thank you.'

In my South, we all wear shoes....most of the time.

My South is the best-kept secret in the country.

Please continue to keep the secret....it keeps the idiots away!"

Like I said earlier, ya'll can have the north, I LOVE the south I live in tongue
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Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: July 30, 2008 12:38AM

Uuhhhhhh.....so, what about the Southwest vs Southeast, also, what about the Midwest right in the middle of it all that has very southern ways in parts of it? Oh well, here...........

[www.youtube.com]
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: July 30, 2008 12:48AM

Crazy
Southern
Arseholes?
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: July 30, 2008 12:58AM

Here, go on a Cruise (Jan. 2009) with Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Marshall Tucker Band, Molly Hatchet, 38 Special etc.etc....

[www.simplemancruise.com]
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: July 30, 2008 01:28AM

Oh yeah, 30yr ago has beens, that's oh-so appealing. With over 100 gigs of music I have just about anything in digital media I care to own and only 2 from the above mentioned bands are in there smiling
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If I wanna listen to music from that era The Cars, David Bowie, Cat Stevens, Thin Lizzy, 10cc, Atlanta Rythym Section, Boz Scaggs, Steve Miller, Cream, George Thoroughgood and The Destroyers, etc, etc. etc. are much more my speed.

BTW ... Lynyrd Skynrd that's being trotted out these days, and for some time now, is a joke, and a sad one at that winking
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Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: July 30, 2008 07:22PM

I understand where you're coming from, BUT, if you don't like or have any Marshall Tucker, then you SUCK, and I'm not talking about just a couple of their "hits". By the way, if you like those 30 year Cars better than some of those bands up there... YOU SUCK!

Well I'm sittin' down in San Anton'
Waiting on an eight o'clock train.......
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: July 30, 2008 08:52PM

kim has a buncha new blues to listen to. drinking
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pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: July 30, 2008 09:19PM

You want to come in and sing some blues?


No, thanks, Taj.


There's something about those songs.

They depress me.
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: July 30, 2008 11:21PM

Sorry dude "Can't You See" is the extent of my Marshall Tucker collection and that suits me fine. I'll take The Cars over all the bands you listed too. Molly Hatchet and 38 Special ... don't have any of their stuff, don't like it, don't want any, no thanks thumbs up

The only one in your list I have an extensive collection of is Lynyrd Skynyrd, but really man, how many times can anyone listen to "Sweet Home Alabama" and not be sick of it? Maybe I'm older, dunno, but I've heard that stuff since it came out and it's rare that I ever key it up at all anymore.

Gotta know though that I'm far from being a typical Texan. I despise country music PERIOD! I don't own a pair of cowboy boots, a hat (don't really wear hats at all), nor do I own one of those god-awful rediculous belts with my name on it or wear one of those belt buckles that double for a fuckin boat anchor smiling
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Though lotsa folks think of Texas as some wild frontierish place I can assure you that growin up in Dallas as I did it's not like that winking
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Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: August 01, 2008 06:02AM

I know, I know, I'm just a Marshall Tucker Band Fan, haven't always been a big fan, I just got a 'Best of..' when I was in my late 20's and found out that they had some other stuff that I never really heard and liked it, as far as Lynyrd Skynyrd, I won't touch anything from them except the originals. It's weird, you're into Blues a lot huh? I kinda went down a similar path.... JAZZ! Sometimes I just want to put some good music on that doesn't have any words (OPINIONS) coming out of it....... I listen to all kinds of music... here's some stuff I found and actually bookmarked.... WHAT! (He's trying to get some)

[www.youtube.com]

A couple more random bookmarks........


[www.youtube.com]

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Carlos Jazz smoking
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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: August 01, 2008 10:16AM

he wasn't really a blues collector until i made a visit. thumbs
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Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: August 01, 2008 01:43PM

I really dig music and have over 1100 artists in my collection. I listen to a lotta different stuff, mainly rock, alternative rock, folk, jazz, but my all time faves are female rockers/vocalists : Tori Amos, Suzanne Vega, Sarah McLaughlin, Dido and all the way back to Janis Joplin, Grace Slick, Pat Benatar, and lots more.

Fossil did manage to drop me off a nice buncha bluesey stuff recently, then just last weekend I got a hold of my G/Fs 18yo daughters collection and ripped it all in to my HD too.

I gotta send a buddy of mine up in NJ a new HD so he can load up the 300+ gigs he has in his collection for me.

BTW, there's a cool site I came across a link to from Musicbox (one of my Linux music/multimedia players) that offers tons of varied new artists stuff for free and legal DL called jamendo.com. You can sample each song off each artsist compilation there and then DL it if you want. It also offers a way to donate to the artists to help support the stuff you like, which is pretty cool too.

There's another place I frequent for all kinds of music, science, nature, comedy bits, how-tos and other assorted video content called miro.com. There's literally hundreds of different video channels there and some really cool stuff all free for the taking. It also has a neat feature which is that say you find a video track on Youtube that's not available for DL, well with miro you can DL and then save it if you want thumbs
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Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: August 01, 2008 03:11PM

I think it's miroguide.com

I put it right next to surfthechannel.com

Have you guys seen any Live Blues that were exceptional, that, really stood out from the crowd kinda thing?
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: August 01, 2008 03:46PM

Just for kicks I looked miroguide up and it's the same thing as miro.

Maybe fossil can be more help with the blues stuff. I like it but it's more his bag than mine. I know I came across a cuppla sweet jazz channels on miro though.

I'll hafta take a look at surfthechannel, thanks smileys
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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: August 01, 2008 03:53PM

check out coco montoya and ronnie baker brooks. thumbs
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Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: August 02, 2008 12:35AM

Cool, I'd like to see them live-live, it's funny, one of the best places to see blues and jazz is in a very personal small place.

One of the reasons I like jazz is the horns, I was never that into horns when I was younger (I thought they were for nerds),so, now I found out they they were cool or I myself turned into a giant nerd, either way I'm cool with that, that's the weird thing about getting older, I get more hardline with some issues but more laid back with others, anyway, I know I'm right so I don't care what others think..... wait a second....................
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: August 02, 2008 12:57AM