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Old 10-26-2013, 07:28 PM   #14351
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Yes, I know. I was referring to this: "I'm sort of assuming the middle two are reasonably well-known on the other side of the pond..."
The middle two are a lot more well known, but I've heard of the one.
We had a music thread here somewhere, you should youtube them and post it up. It was "what are you listening to now" or something...
Yep, I realised that after posting! Doh! (I edited)
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Old 10-26-2013, 07:37 PM   #14352
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Getting ready to fire up the Keurig and cut into BakeChef's Peter Pumkin Bars.
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Old 10-26-2013, 08:13 PM   #14353
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Too lazy to hunt up the movie thread... but I'm watching A Few Good Men for the umpteenth time and as the opening credits were rolling by I saw that Christopher Guest was in the movie. I'm guessing he was the doctor going from memory.
Another oldie, I watched Witness today (Harrison Ford, the Amish) and saw what looked like a young Viggo Mortensen. He must have had all of three words in the movie. And sure enough. Now I'm curious what he made for his bit part. More than an extra, but not by much.
Anyway, whoda thunk Christopher Guest was in a Few Good Men without actually knowing?
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Old 10-26-2013, 08:23 PM   #14354
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We had our 29th wedding anniversary yesterday. Just relaxing & lounging today, watching movies & eating popcorn. I feel like baking something but afraid I would sit down & eat it all. Our German girls left this morning, back to potsdam, Germany.
Congrats! Time to start planning a party or trip to celebrate the 30th! Those ending in "0" are biggies!
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Old 10-26-2013, 08:26 PM   #14355
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Yep, I realised that after posting! Doh! (I edited)
Just in case you want to post your favorite videos for McColl and Saw Doctors:
Music Feeds the Soul

Time to get that puppy moving along again now that the colder weather is coming.
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Old 10-26-2013, 08:35 PM   #14356
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Just in case you want to post your favorite videos for McColl and Saw Doctors:
Music Feeds the Soul

Time to get that puppy moving along again now that the colder weather is coming.
Thanks CG! I will post one of my favourites of each. (But I don't expect anyone to like them as much as I do.) Music is very personal after all.
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Old 10-26-2013, 09:11 PM   #14357
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Just in case you want to post your favorite videos for McColl and Saw Doctors:
Music Feeds the Soul

Time to get that puppy moving along again now that the colder weather is coming.
Wow, where did that thread come from?
Here's the one I was thinking of What music are you listening to?

So many music threads... I remember when duplicate threads used to be merged. This should make Janet and that member happy. Not too many pages long to find a music thread to post in
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Old 10-26-2013, 11:39 PM   #14358
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Playing Torment a Cat, great pastime. Latté is sleeping and I keep petting her, giving her scritches. So far she is tolerating it.
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Old 10-27-2013, 12:11 AM   #14359
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I just waved off my best and oldest friend, Bernie (Bernadette) after a really lovely evening.

And here is what we listened to: (anyone who considers themselves as musically well-informed should look away now)

Kirsty McColl
The Eagles
The BeeGees
The Saw Doctors

(I'm sort of assuming the middle two are reasonably well-known on the other side of the pond but maybe not Kirsty or The Saw Doctors?)

It's all gone a bit quiet now.
I could listen to the BeeGees all day and all night. I love their harmony.
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Old 10-27-2013, 12:19 AM   #14360
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We had our 29th wedding anniversary yesterday. Just relaxing & lounging today, watching movies & eating popcorn. I feel like baking something but afraid I would sit down & eat it all. Our German girls left this morning, back to Potsdam, Germany.
Congratulations SB and DH. That is quite an accomplishment. My daughter also will be married 29 years on the 29th. They will be going out to supper and then home to bed. She used to be the party girl. Love to go out dancing all night. Now she is lucky if she can tap her foot to two beats. Following right in her mothers footsteps. Right into old age. I managed to outlive two husbands. So much for growing old together. Maybe I should be looking for a third victim!

Good girl for eating the pop corn and not baking a no no!!
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