Discussion:
Elvis Presley August 16, 1977
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James Neibaur
2004-08-16 11:58:22 UTC
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The bad movies and decades of shrugging off his ability should not cause us
to forget the significance of the Sun and early RCA material or the Memphis
sessions.

continued RIP

JN
Hyfler/Rosner
2004-08-16 12:17:59 UTC
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Post by James Neibaur
The bad movies and decades of shrugging off his ability
should not cause us
Post by James Neibaur
to forget the significance of the Sun and early RCA
material or the Memphis
Post by James Neibaur
sessions.
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JN
August 16, 1977: At Yankee Stadium, New York blows a 9-4
lead in the top of the 9th when Chicago scores six runs, but
a two-run homer by Chris Chambliss in the bottom of the
inning gives the Yankees an 11-10 win.

I was there. And when we got into the car, we turned on the
radio, and heard that Elvis had died.
James Neibaur
2004-08-16 12:28:28 UTC
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August 16, 1977: At Yankee Stadium, New York blows a 9-4
lead in the top of the 9th when Chicago scores six runs, but
a two-run homer by Chris Chambliss in the bottom of the
inning gives the Yankees an 11-10 win.
I was there. And when we got into the car, we turned on the
radio, and heard that Elvis had died.
I was working on an article (I've forgotten what) clackety-clacking away at
a manual typewriter with the TV on in the background. A Special Bulletin
came crashing onto the TV screen so I stopped typing and listened. They
announced that Elvis Presley had been taken to the hospital from his
Graceland mansion, "and it was there that the singer was pronounced dead."

A couple of days later Groucho died.

JN
Rob Petrie
2004-08-16 13:49:49 UTC
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August 16, 1977: At Yankee Stadium, New York blows a 9-4
lead in the top of the 9th when Chicago scores six runs, but
a two-run homer by Chris Chambliss in the bottom of the
inning gives the Yankees an 11-10 win.
I was there. And when we got into the car, we turned on the
radio, and heard that Elvis had died.
I was working on an article (I've forgotten what) clackety-clacking away at
a manual typewriter with the TV on in the background. A Special Bulletin
came crashing onto the TV screen so I stopped typing and listened. They
announced that Elvis Presley had been taken to the hospital from his
Graceland mansion, "and it was there that the singer was pronounced dead."
A couple of days later Groucho died.
You just said the secret word. 3 days later for the Grouch, but at
a much older age (86) than poor Elvis (42).
Aug. 19, 1977.

And then 4 months later, Charles Spencer Chaplin (88) joined them in
a holy threesome.
James Neibaur
2004-08-16 13:50:06 UTC
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Post by Rob Petrie
You just said the secret word. 3 days later for the Grouch, but at
a much older age (86) than poor Elvis (42).
Aug. 19, 1977.
And then 4 months later, Charles Spencer Chaplin (88) joined them in
a holy threesome.
Bing died that Fall too. October I think.

JN
Rob Petrie
2004-08-16 14:24:27 UTC
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Post by Rob Petrie
You just said the secret word. 3 days later for the Grouch, but at
a much older age (86) than poor Elvis (42).
Aug. 19, 1977.
And then 4 months later, Charles Spencer Chaplin (88) joined them in
a holy threesome.
Bing died that Fall too. October I think.
Correct. But I didn't want to go back to "1977" and *that* argument,
again. :-)
"1977"--it was a very bad year.
Louisiana Lou
2004-08-16 20:05:54 UTC
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Bing died that Fall too. October I think.
Correct. But I didn't want to go back to "1977"
and *that* argument,
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again. :-)
"1977"--it was a very bad year.
Because you were already so far past 17! <g>
Bill Schenley
2004-08-16 16:22:45 UTC
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Post by Rob Petrie
You just said the secret word. 3 days later for
the Grouch, but at a much older age (86) than
poor Elvis (42). Aug. 19, 1977.
And then 4 months later, Charles Spencer Chaplin
(88) joined them in a holy threesome.
Of the three ... Chaplin was the best songwriter ...
James Neibaur
2004-08-16 17:45:25 UTC
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Post by Rob Petrie
You just said the secret word. 3 days later for
the Grouch, but at a much older age (86) than
poor Elvis (42). Aug. 19, 1977.
And then 4 months later, Charles Spencer Chaplin
(88) joined them in a holy threesome.
Of the three ... Chaplin was the best songwriter ...
Of the three, Chaplin was the only songwriter.

JN
Glitter Ninja
2004-08-17 02:08:49 UTC
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Post by James Neibaur
Post by Rob Petrie
You just said the secret word. 3 days later for the Grouch, but at
a much older age (86) than poor Elvis (42).
And then 4 months later, Charles Spencer Chaplin (88) joined them in
a holy threesome.
Bing died that Fall too. October I think.
I was 6 in 1977, and even I remember all four of those deaths. It was a
bad year.
If I recall, 1980 was not much better; Peter Sellers, Jimmy Durante,
Alfred Hitchcock, Jean Paul Satre... but those weren't all in such a short
time, though.


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Kathy O'Connell
2004-08-17 02:22:50 UTC
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Post by Glitter Ninja
Post by James Neibaur
Post by Rob Petrie
You just said the secret word. 3 days later for the Grouch, but at
a much older age (86) than poor Elvis (42).
And then 4 months later, Charles Spencer Chaplin (88) joined them in
a holy threesome.
Bing died that Fall too. October I think.
I was 6 in 1977, and even I remember all four of those deaths. It was a
bad year.
Zero Mostel died not long after Groucho, I believe. Such a bad year for
icons that Mostel's death kind of got lost in the shuffle.
Post by Glitter Ninja
If I recall, 1980 was not much better; Peter Sellers, Jimmy Durante,
Alfred Hitchcock, Jean Paul Satre... but those weren't all in such a short
time, though.
Joy! Betrayal! Pain! Anger! Resolve! Vengeance! Blood! Glory! Coupons.
Bermuda999
2004-08-17 02:44:51 UTC
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Post by Kathy O'Connell
Post by Glitter Ninja
Post by James Neibaur
Post by Rob Petrie
You just said the secret word. 3 days later for the Grouch, but at
a much older age (86) than poor Elvis (42).
And then 4 months later, Charles Spencer Chaplin (88) joined them in
a holy threesome.
Bing died that Fall too. October I think.
I was 6 in 1977, and even I remember all four of those deaths. It was a
bad year.
Zero Mostel died not long after Groucho, I believe. Such a bad year for
icons that Mostel's death kind of got lost in the shuffle.
Gummo, as usual, got lost in the shuffle
Rob Petrie
2004-08-17 22:40:18 UTC
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Post by James Neibaur
Post by Rob Petrie
You just said the secret word. 3 days later for the Grouch, but at
a much older age (86) than poor Elvis (42).
And then 4 months later, Charles Spencer Chaplin (88) joined them in
a holy threesome.
Bing died that Fall too. October I think.
I was 6 in 1977, and even I remember all four of those deaths. It was a
bad year.
If I recall, 1980 was not much better; Peter Sellers, Jimmy Durante,
Alfred Hitchcock, Jean Paul Satre... but those weren't all in such a short
time, though.
But Sellers, Durante, Hitchcock (exc. to drama movie buffs), and Sartre
weren't icons as were Groucho, Presley, Chaplin, and Crosby.
Glitter Ninja
2004-08-17 22:51:57 UTC
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Post by Rob Petrie
Post by Glitter Ninja
If I recall, 1980 was not much better; Peter Sellers, Jimmy Durante,
Alfred Hitchcock, Jean Paul Satre... but those weren't all in such a short
time, though.
But Sellers, Durante, Hitchcock (exc. to drama movie buffs), and Sartre
weren't icons as were Groucho, Presley, Chaplin, and Crosby.
You're crazed. Granted, Elvis has achieved a level that few (if any)
other celebs have. But Hitchcock is only an icon to "drama movies buffs"?
That's not even the right genre, Rob. Jimmy Durante is a Hollywood
legend.
There's probably people who died in 1980 that you would recognize as
iconic, since Hitch doesn't rate, in your opinion. I just was going off
the few I remembered without having to go find an almanac.


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The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-18 01:23:10 UTC
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Post by Rob Petrie
Post by Glitter Ninja
If I recall, 1980 was not much better; Peter Sellers, Jimmy Durante,
Alfred Hitchcock, Jean Paul Satre... but those weren't all in such a short
time, though.
But Sellers, Durante, Hitchcock (exc. to drama movie buffs), and Sartre
weren't icons as were Groucho, Presley, Chaplin, and Crosby.
You're crazed.
Honey, you don't know the half of it.
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James Neibaur
2004-08-18 02:09:50 UTC
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But Hitchcock is only an icon to "drama movies buffs"?
That's not even the right genre, Rob. Jimmy Durante is a Hollywood
legend.
They are most certainly iconic. Not at the level of Elvis, but certainly at
the level of the great Groucho or Bing Crosby. Absolutely.

JN
Steve Carras
2004-08-19 05:42:12 UTC
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Post by Glitter Ninja
Post by Rob Petrie
Post by Glitter Ninja
If I recall, 1980 was not much better; Peter Sellers, Jimmy Durante,
Alfred Hitchcock, Jean Paul Satre... but those weren't all in such a short
time, though.
But Sellers, Durante, Hitchcock (exc. to drama movie buffs), and Sartre
weren't icons as were Groucho, Presley, Chaplin, and Crosby.
You're crazed. Granted, Elvis has achieved a level that few (if any)
other celebs have. But Hitchcock is only an icon to "drama movies buffs"?
That's not even the right genre, Rob. Jimmy Durante is a Hollywood
legend.
There's probably people who died in 1980 that you would recognize as
iconic, since Hitch doesn't rate, in your opinion. I just was going off
the few I remembered without having to go find an almanac.
Joy! Betrayal! Pain! Anger! Resolve! Vengeance! Blood! Glory! Coupons.
As James Neibuar pointed out, Durante was a MAJOR legend..and we also
lost Mae West and pioneering bandleader Ben Selvin (the 1918
DARNDANELLA, the very first record to sell over five million!, plus
over 13,500 approx.recordings, making records with every jazz/swing
legend (Goodmna,Dorseys,Miller), in history, music director for Kate
Smith, for radio and etc.)

Also, less than ten years before we lost Betty Grable (1973), Bing
Corsby (1977) and Jack Benny (1974).
Steve Carras
2004-08-19 05:42:04 UTC
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Post by Glitter Ninja
Post by Rob Petrie
Post by Glitter Ninja
If I recall, 1980 was not much better; Peter Sellers, Jimmy Durante,
Alfred Hitchcock, Jean Paul Satre... but those weren't all in such a short
time, though.
But Sellers, Durante, Hitchcock (exc. to drama movie buffs), and Sartre
weren't icons as were Groucho, Presley, Chaplin, and Crosby.
You're crazed. Granted, Elvis has achieved a level that few (if any)
other celebs have. But Hitchcock is only an icon to "drama movies buffs"?
That's not even the right genre, Rob. Jimmy Durante is a Hollywood
legend.
There's probably people who died in 1980 that you would recognize as
iconic, since Hitch doesn't rate, in your opinion. I just was going off
the few I remembered without having to go find an almanac.
Joy! Betrayal! Pain! Anger! Resolve! Vengeance! Blood! Glory! Coupons.
As James Neibuar pointed out, Durante was a MAJOR legend..and we also
lost Mae West and pioneering bandleader Ben Selvin (the 1918
DARNDANELLA, the very first record to sell over five million!, plus
over 13,500 approx.recordings, making records with every jazz/swing
legend (Goodmna,Dorseys,Miller), in history, music director for Kate
Smith, for radio and etc.)

Also, less than ten years before we lost Betty Grable (1973), Bing
Corsby (1977) and Jack Benny (1974).
Steve Carras
2004-08-19 05:42:13 UTC
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Post by Glitter Ninja
Post by Rob Petrie
Post by Glitter Ninja
If I recall, 1980 was not much better; Peter Sellers, Jimmy Durante,
Alfred Hitchcock, Jean Paul Satre... but those weren't all in such a short
time, though.
But Sellers, Durante, Hitchcock (exc. to drama movie buffs), and Sartre
weren't icons as were Groucho, Presley, Chaplin, and Crosby.
You're crazed. Granted, Elvis has achieved a level that few (if any)
other celebs have. But Hitchcock is only an icon to "drama movies buffs"?
That's not even the right genre, Rob. Jimmy Durante is a Hollywood
legend.
There's probably people who died in 1980 that you would recognize as
iconic, since Hitch doesn't rate, in your opinion. I just was going off
the few I remembered without having to go find an almanac.
Joy! Betrayal! Pain! Anger! Resolve! Vengeance! Blood! Glory! Coupons.
As James Neibuar pointed out, Durante was a MAJOR legend..and we also
lost Mae West and pioneering bandleader Ben Selvin (the 1918
DARNDANELLA, the very first record to sell over five million!, plus
over 13,500 approx.recordings, making records with every jazz/swing
legend (Goodmna,Dorseys,Miller), in history, music director for Kate
Smith, for radio and etc.)

Also, less than ten years before we lost Betty Grable (1973), Bing
Corsby (1977) and Jack Benny (1974).
Loki
2004-08-18 03:07:24 UTC
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Post by Rob Petrie
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Post by Rob Petrie
You just said the secret word. 3 days later for the Grouch, but at
a much older age (86) than poor Elvis (42).
And then 4 months later, Charles Spencer Chaplin (88) joined them in
a holy threesome.
Bing died that Fall too. October I think.
I was 6 in 1977, and even I remember all four of those deaths. It was a
bad year.
If I recall, 1980 was not much better; Peter Sellers, Jimmy Durante,
Alfred Hitchcock, Jean Paul Satre... but those weren't all in such a short
time, though.
But Sellers, Durante, Hitchcock (exc. to drama movie buffs), and Sartre
weren't icons as were Groucho, Presley, Chaplin, and Crosby.
1980 also is when Jesse Owens, Mae West, Steve McQueen, and John
Lennon died.


Loki
James Neibaur
2004-08-18 03:25:05 UTC
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1980 also is when Jesse Owens, Mae West, Steve McQueen, and John
Lennon died.
John was the biggie there, but that certainly does not diminish the
importance of Mae West or Jesse Owens.

I was surprised when McQueen died. I didn't know he was sick, as this was
before cable news superstations and the internet.

JN
Loki
2004-08-18 04:33:14 UTC
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1980 also is when Jesse Owens, Mae West, Steve McQueen, and John
Lennon died.
John was the biggie there, but that certainly does not diminish the
importance of Mae West or Jesse Owens.
I was surprised when McQueen died. I didn't know he was sick, as this was
before cable news superstations and the internet.
I knew that he was sick, but it is because at the time a friend of
mine was a lobbyist for the legalization of laetrile (sp) and
supposedly Steve was getting treatments in Mexico.

Point though is that Lennon, Hitchcock, West, Owens, Sellers, and
Durante certainly made '80 as big a year for celebrity deaths as '77.


Loki
Rob Petrie
2004-08-18 07:56:21 UTC
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1980 also is when Jesse Owens, Mae West, Steve McQueen, and John
Lennon died.
John was the biggie there, but that certainly does not diminish the
importance of Mae West or Jesse Owens.
I was surprised when McQueen died. I didn't know he was sick, as this was
before cable news superstations and the internet.
I knew that he was sick, but it is because at the time a friend of
mine was a lobbyist for the legalization of laetrile (sp) and
supposedly Steve was getting treatments in Mexico.
Point though is that Lennon, Hitchcock, West, Owens, Sellers, and
Durante certainly made '80 as big a year for celebrity deaths as '77.
For me, the mention of '1980' only brings me to remember that black
Dec. 8.
No other dates or any other event that year has any meaning for me but
Dec. 8.
April Cool
2004-08-18 09:05:27 UTC
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Post by James Neibaur
I was surprised when McQueen died. I didn't know he was sick, as this was
before cable news superstations and the internet.
I knew that he was sick, but it is because at the time a friend of
mine was a lobbyist for the legalization of laetrile (sp) and
supposedly Steve was getting treatments in Mexico.
It was in the papers that McQueen had gone to Mexico in desperation and
was being subjected to "cures" such as coffee enemas. He also released
a widely circulated audio tape to his fans.
Rob Petrie
2004-08-18 07:54:26 UTC
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You just said the secret word. 3 days later for the Grouch, but at
a much older age (86) than poor Elvis (42).
And then 4 months later, Charles Spencer Chaplin (88) joined them in
a holy threesome.
Bing died that Fall too. October I think.
I was 6 in 1977, and even I remember all four of those deaths. It was a
bad year.
If I recall, 1980 was not much better; Peter Sellers, Jimmy Durante,
Alfred Hitchcock, Jean Paul Satre... but those weren't all in such a short
time, though.
But Sellers, Durante, Hitchcock (exc. to drama movie buffs), and Sartre
weren't icons as were Groucho, Presley, Chaplin, and Crosby.
1980 also is when Jesse Owens, Mae West, Steve McQueen, and John
Lennon died.
I wish you hadn't reminded me <sigh, again> about John.
His sudden passing was the absolute worst (outside of the JFK-RFK
murders) I've ever felt outside of my own immediate family.
That Dec. 8 night I was so much in emotional hurt I stayed up all
night recording the local FM station reminiscing with callers and the
station playing Beatles and John-Yoko's hits. But I can't bear to listen to
those audio recordings or the VCR tape I have of David Hartmann talking
about it on "Good Morning, America" (ABC).
1980 ended on the most sour note I've ever experienced since Dec.
1963.
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-18 15:08:18 UTC
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Post by Rob Petrie
You just said the secret word. 3 days later for the Grouch, but at
a much older age (86) than poor Elvis (42).
And then 4 months later, Charles Spencer Chaplin (88) joined them in
a holy threesome.
Bing died that Fall too. October I think.
I was 6 in 1977, and even I remember all four of those deaths.
It was a
Post by Rob Petrie
Post by Loki
Post by Rob Petrie
Post by Glitter Ninja
bad year.
If I recall, 1980 was not much better; Peter Sellers, Jimmy Durante,
Alfred Hitchcock, Jean Paul Satre... but those weren't all in such a short
time, though.
But Sellers, Durante, Hitchcock (exc. to drama movie buffs), and Sartre
weren't icons as were Groucho, Presley, Chaplin, and Crosby.
1980 also is when Jesse Owens, Mae West, Steve McQueen, and John
Lennon died.
I wish you hadn't reminded me <sigh, again> about John.
His sudden passing was the absolute worst (outside of the JFK-RFK
murders) I've ever felt outside of my own immediate family.
That Dec. 8 night I was so much in emotional hurt I stayed up all
night recording the local FM station reminiscing with callers and the
station playing Beatles and John-Yoko's hits. But I can't bear to listen to
those audio recordings or the VCR tape I have of David Hartmann talking
about it on "Good Morning, America" (ABC).
1980 ended on the most sour note I've ever experienced since Dec.
1963.
I was watching Monday Night Football, the Dolphins and New England I
believe it was, when Howard Cosell broke the news. Being that I wasn't a
big Beatles fan, I was sorry to hear about his death, but was more
interested in watching the game. December 8th is also my son's birthday.
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Dave B
2004-08-19 03:35:55 UTC
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On Wed, 18 Aug 2004 15:08:18 GMT, "The Kentucky Wizard"
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
I was watching Monday Night Football, the Dolphins and New England I
believe it was, when Howard Cosell broke the news. Being that I wasn't a
big Beatles fan, I was sorry to hear about his death, but was more
interested in watching the game. December 8th is also my son's birthday.
I was watching it to and also more intersted in the game than in that
idiot. As I remember all the family joined me in a laugh and a good
ridence.
Dave B

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The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-19 04:38:44 UTC
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On Wed, 18 Aug 2004 15:08:18 GMT, "The Kentucky Wizard"
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
I was watching Monday Night Football, the Dolphins and New England I
believe it was, when Howard Cosell broke the news. Being that I wasn't a
big Beatles fan, I was sorry to hear about his death, but was more
interested in watching the game. December 8th is also my son's birthday.
I was watching it to and also more intersted in the game than in that
idiot. As I remember all the family joined me in a laugh and a good
ridence.
Dave B
I just have never been a Beatles fan. After hearing most of their songs,
a few of them I actually liked, 'Norwegian Wood', (which many people
still probably don't know what that song is about) for example, and many
of their past appearances on TV, I still don't see what all the fuss was
about. But I guess some can say that when it comes to just about any
celebrity. So, to each, his own.
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James Neibaur
2004-08-19 14:33:12 UTC
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I still don't see what all the fuss was
about
They took rock and roll and transformed it from a lover's whisper and a
rebel yell to the most comprehensive music of the past century. If you
objectively look at their work in any sort of chronological order you can
see how the music evolved essentially due to their genius.

You may not personally like it -- but it is easy to see why all the fuss.

JN
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-19 15:14:06 UTC
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I still don't see what all the fuss was
about
They took rock and roll and transformed it from a lover's whisper and a
rebel yell to the most comprehensive music of the past century. If you
objectively look at their work in any sort of chronological order you can
see how the music evolved essentially due to their genius.
You may not personally like it -- but it is easy to see why all the fuss.
JN
Having "The Beatles" and "genius" in the same mindset? That's funny.
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Pete Peeve
2004-08-19 15:33:05 UTC
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Having "The Beatles" and "genius" in the same mindset? That's funny.
Oh, to have "Darrell Waddell" and "Wizard" in the same mindset. Now
*that's* funny.

Funny, like a train wreck.

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The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-19 20:16:51 UTC
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Having "The Beatles" and "genius" in the same mindset? That's funny.
Oh, to have "Darrell Waddell" and "Wizard" in the same mindset. Now
*that's* funny.
Funny, like a train wreck.
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Pete Peeve
2004-08-19 21:32:35 UTC
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Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Having "The Beatles" and "genius" in the same mindset? That's funny.
Oh, to have "Darrell Waddell" and "Wizard" in the same mindset. Now
*that's* funny.
Funny, like a train wreck.
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Careful kid. I'll use my 'hedgehog super-powers' on you, and banish you
to another galaxy.
Or just kill-file me and run scared, like you do from everyone else,
coward.
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The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-20 02:57:57 UTC
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Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Having "The Beatles" and "genius" in the same mindset? That's funny.
Oh, to have "Darrell Waddell" and "Wizard" in the same mindset. Now
*that's* funny.
Funny, like a train wreck.
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Careful kid. I'll use my 'hedgehog super-powers' on you, and banish you
to another galaxy.
Or just kill-file me and run scared, like you do from everyone else,
coward.
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Hmmm, hides behind a pseudo handle, and calls me a coward? Now, that's
funny. *LOL*
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Bill Schenley
2004-08-20 04:41:57 UTC
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Hmmm, hides behind a pseudo handle, and calls
me a coward? Now, that's funny. *LOL*
So you're saying "Kentucky Wizard" is your real name? ... Or are you
just really stupid?
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-20 05:00:01 UTC
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Hmmm, hides behind a pseudo handle, and calls
me a coward? Now, that's funny. *LOL*
So you're saying "Kentucky Wizard" is your real name? ... Or are you
just really stupid?
No, Bill, my name is Darrell Waddell, and you as well as everyone else
here knows it is. Heaven knows, that you've certainly done your share to
see to that. Now, if you please, why don't you tell us *your* real name?
Lemme guess, that's is your real name, but you just can't provide a
single online source to prove it. Imagine that.

Oh, btw, I pulled you out of my killfile, it's much more fun to read you
directly, rather than in responses.
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Bill Schenley
2004-08-20 06:04:46 UTC
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Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Hmmm, hides behind a pseudo handle, and
calls me a coward? Now, that's funny. *LOL*
So you're saying "Kentucky Wizard" is your real
name? ... Or are you just really stupid?
No, Bill, my name is Darrell Waddell, and you as
well as everyone else here knows it is.
Only because you annoyed so many people with your incessant drivel ...
someone Googled your e-mail address and posted your real name ...
Otherwise ... you are no different than Pet Peeve ... Well, you're not
as funny ... or as quick ... but you know what I mean ...
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Heaven knows, that you've certainly done your
share to see to that. Now, if you please, why don't
you tell us *your* real name?
Bill Schenley ... Same as its been for the last 38 years.
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Lemme guess, that's is your real name, but you just can't
provide a single online source to prove it.
Call Karen ... She can help you with your search.
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Imagine that.
Oh, btw, I pulled you out of my killfile, it's much more
fun to read you directly, rather than in responses.
You mean you were shamed into it.
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© The Dumbass Who Tried To Blow Himself ®
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Yeah. What was that all about anyway? No wonder she left you. First
you take her to Craftsman for a makeover ... then she finds you trying
blow yourself. Damn. Talk about fucking with a woman's self esteem
...

I mean ... the two of you didn't even have the luxury of a marriage
counselor ... No way either one of you were gonna' share *that*
"little" tidbit.

Like ... What would she say? "I caught my husband getting a blow
job?" or "I caught my husband giving a blow job?"

Besides ... apparently ... you're happier alone ... and left to your
own ... devices ...
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-20 06:36:15 UTC
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Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Hmmm, hides behind a pseudo handle, and
calls me a coward? Now, that's funny. *LOL*
So you're saying "Kentucky Wizard" is your real
name? ... Or are you just really stupid?
No, Bill, my name is Darrell Waddell, and you as
well as everyone else here knows it is.
Only because you annoyed so many people with your incessant drivel ...
someone Googled your e-mail address and posted your real name ...
Otherwise ... you are no different than Pet Peeve ... Well, you're not
as funny ... or as quick ... but you know what I mean ...
Yes, and everyone know just how entertaining you are.
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Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Heaven knows, that you've certainly done your
share to see to that. Now, if you please, why don't
you tell us *your* real name?
Bill Schenley ... Same as its been for the last 38 years.
You're 38 years old and you act like this? Will you ever grow up?
Post by Bill Schenley
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Lemme guess, that's is your real name, but you just can't
provide a single online source to prove it.
Call Karen ... She can help you with your search.
Sorry, I haven't spoken to that bitch in 2 years, so help me out and
tell me where to look yourself. I've heard that Bill Schenley is
actually a pseudo name, prove me wrong.
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Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Imagine that.
Oh, btw, I pulled you out of my killfile, it's much more
fun to read you directly, rather than in responses.
You mean you were shamed into it.
Nah, as I said, I was tired into seeing it second-hand, all the snipping
made it hard to understand where you are coming from. Actually, seeing
it first-hand has the same effect.
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Post by The Kentucky Wizard
© The Dumbass Who Tried To Blow Himself ®
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Yeah. What was that all about anyway? No wonder she left you. First
you take her to Craftsman for a makeover ... then she finds you trying
blow yourself. Damn. Talk about fucking with a woman's self esteem
Of course you didn't comprehend that sentence about Ron Jeremy, but
that's not surprising, most sentences you usually can't anyway. Also,
where did you get the stupid idea that my wife left me? We just
celebrated our 16th wedding anniversary on August 5th, you goof. I'll
make a deal with you, Bill, how about I send you the $70.00 florist bill
for the dozen roses that I had delivered here to celebrate our 16
wonderful years together if you pay it, how's that? Surely you can come
up with $70.00 by the time the bill arrives, right? Those pictures of my
wife were professionally taken, my wallet showed me they were and they
certainly weren't taken in a department store. Unlike you, I'm proud of
my wife, and my family and my wife is a beautiful person, both inside
and out. Let's see some of your family treasures, perhaps you have a
collection of wife pics of your own to share. Of course, not too many
free websites offer enough bandwidth to cover all the various one's
you've hitched up with. Can you even imagine being with a woman for 16
years? You can't even keep a friend that long, but let's not go there
again, right?
Post by Bill Schenley
I mean ... the two of you didn't even have the luxury of a marriage
counselor ... No way either one of you were gonna' share *that*
"little" tidbit.
A marriage counselor for what? Just because you're on a first name basis
with divorce attorneys and marriage counselors doesn't mean the rest of
society has lived the reckless life you lived. Only 38 years old and
your that stupid? Didn't someone in that horrible childhood in which you
were reared (in more ways that one, no doubt) in, give you any kind of
guidance?
Post by Bill Schenley
Like ... What would she say? "I caught my husband getting a blow
job?" or "I caught my husband giving a blow job?"
We wouldn't know about such activities outside our marriages, since
they've never happened. Perhaps you are reciting this from your
experience and in testimonies you gave in family court.
Post by Bill Schenley
Besides ... apparently ... you're happier alone ... and left to your
own ... devices ...
I'm never alone, I have a wife and son who loves me very much. Now,
let's see your happy family portrait online. And, please, if you are
going to steal one from some website, at least try to make it appear
that it's really you in the picture.
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Pete Peeve
2004-08-20 01:30:57 UTC
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Having "The Beatles" and "genius" in the same mindset? That's funny.
Oh, to have "Darrell Waddell" and "Wizard" in the same mindset. Now
*that's* funny.
Funny, like a train wreck.
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© The K-Y Whiner ®
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Careful kid. I'll use my 'hedgehog super-powers' on you, and banish you
to another galaxy.
So you lied about having me kill-filed? Oh...

From: The Kentucky Wizard (***@hotmail.com)
Subject: Re: The Kentucky Grand Wizard's Ego
Newsgroups: alt.obituaries
Date: 2004-08-10 19:50:16 PST
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Another butt in the ashtray of life.
Oh, and one other thing I just thought of.

*PLONK*
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The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-20 03:12:28 UTC
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Having "The Beatles" and "genius" in the same mindset? That's funny.
Oh, to have "Darrell Waddell" and "Wizard" in the same mindset. Now
*that's* funny.
Funny, like a train wreck.
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Post by The Kentucky Wizard
© The K-Y Whiner ®
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Careful kid. I'll use my 'hedgehog super-powers' on you, and banish you
to another galaxy.
So you lied about having me kill-filed? Oh...
Subject: Re: The Kentucky Grand Wizard's Ego
Newsgroups: alt.obituaries
Date: 2004-08-10 19:50:16 PST
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Another butt in the ashtray of life.
Oh, and one other thing I just thought of.
*PLONK*
No, my child, as with most things in your miserable life, you once again
have it all wrong. I indeed have that particular email address
(***@peeved.commieplot) killfiled, but being the obsessive fool you
really are, you then just had to changed your email address then to
(***@peevedone.commieplot) and now your email address have changed
it once again, to a third email address, the one you have used today,
(***@you4nothing.com). I can keep plonking you, but as the bad penny
you are, you'd just keep coming back for more abuse, so why bother?
Anyway, I like toying with you, you're just way too gullible to lose
someone as stupid as you again. Just don't go back to that first email,
I still have it killfiled, and I won't get to see your blabbering if you
do.
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Pete Peeve
2004-08-20 16:51:23 UTC
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Post by Pete Peeve
So you lied about having me kill-filed? Oh...
Subject: Re: The Kentucky Grand Wizard's Ego
Newsgroups: alt.obituaries
Date: 2004-08-10 19:50:16 PST
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Another butt in the ashtray of life.
Oh, and one other thing I just thought of.
*PLONK*
No, my child, as with most things in your miserable life, you once again
have it all wrong. I indeed have that particular email address
really are, you then just had to changed your email address then to
it once again, to a third email address, the one you have used today,
you are, you'd just keep coming back for more abuse, so why bother?
Anyway, I like toying with you, you're just way too gullible to lose
someone as stupid as you again. Just don't go back to that first email,
I still have it killfiled, and I won't get to see your blabbering if you
do.
At least I've *earned* my screen name. Unlike you, who seems to opt for
sarcasm.

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© The Jizzlicker ®
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The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-20 17:03:02 UTC
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Post by Pete Peeve
So you lied about having me kill-filed? Oh...
Subject: Re: The Kentucky Grand Wizard's Ego
Newsgroups: alt.obituaries
Date: 2004-08-10 19:50:16 PST
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Another butt in the ashtray of life.
Oh, and one other thing I just thought of.
*PLONK*
No, my child, as with most things in your miserable life, you once again
have it all wrong. I indeed have that particular email address
really are, you then just had to changed your email address then to
it once again, to a third email address, the one you have used today,
you are, you'd just keep coming back for more abuse, so why bother?
Anyway, I like toying with you, you're just way too gullible to lose
someone as stupid as you again. Just don't go back to that first email,
I still have it killfiled, and I won't get to see your blabbering if you
do.
At least I've *earned* my screen name. Unlike you, who seems to opt for
sarcasm.
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© The Jizzlicker ®
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And that's the best comeback you can come up with? Absolutely pathetic.
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James Neibaur
2004-08-19 23:17:09 UTC
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Having "The Beatles" and "genius" in the same mindset? That's funny.
And perfectly and completely acceptable.

JN
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-20 02:59:44 UTC
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Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Having "The Beatles" and "genius" in the same mindset? That's funny.
And perfectly and completely acceptable.
JN
And, so was my viewpoint of them, but that didn't matter, now did it?
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James Neibaur
2004-08-20 03:15:12 UTC
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And, so was my viewpoint of them, but that didn't matter, now did it?
Their success is greater than any recording artist in history, same for
their work's ability to withstand the test of time and continue to sell in
remarkable numbers to new generations of listeners. Throughout their career
they stayed on top while never merely resting on their laurels -- their
musical evolution mirrored rock's coming-of-age, and it was their influence
and ability for constant, ceaseless change and innovation that allowed for
such creativity within the genre. These are plain facts, and simple ones.

No, you don't have to enjoy the music. Everyone is entitled to their
opinion.

But it is very, very easy to see "what the fuss is all about."

JN
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-20 03:32:47 UTC
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Post by The Kentucky Wizard
And, so was my viewpoint of them, but that didn't matter, now did it?
Their success is greater than any recording artist in history, same for
their work's ability to withstand the test of time and continue to sell in
remarkable numbers to new generations of listeners. Throughout their career
they stayed on top while never merely resting on their laurels -- their
musical evolution mirrored rock's coming-of-age, and it was their influence
and ability for constant, ceaseless change and innovation that allowed for
such creativity within the genre. These are plain facts, and simple ones.
No, you don't have to enjoy the music. Everyone is entitled to their
opinion.
But it is very, very easy to see "what the fuss is all about."
JN
For you perhaps it is, James, and I am not challenging that. I just
happen to disagree, and that doesn't make you right, nor does it make me
wrong. It's only a difference of opinion, which should have never been
questioned in the first place.
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James Neibaur
2004-08-20 04:02:59 UTC
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For you perhaps it is, James, and I am not challenging that. I just
happen to disagree, and that doesn't make you right, nor does it make me
wrong. It's only a difference of opinion, which should have never been
questioned in the first place.
I never once questioned your difference of opinion -- that you don't happen
to enjoy their music. I always made sure to indicate, in every post, that I
accept your differing opinion.

But you wondered what the fuss was about. I explained, using only facts.
They made a tremendous impact on popular culture.

JN
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-20 04:25:14 UTC
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For you perhaps it is, James, and I am not challenging that. I just
happen to disagree, and that doesn't make you right, nor does it make me
wrong. It's only a difference of opinion, which should have never been
questioned in the first place.
I never once questioned your difference of opinion -- that you don't happen
to enjoy their music. I always made sure to indicate, in every post, that I
accept your differing opinion.
But you wondered what the fuss was about. I explained, using only facts.
They made a tremendous impact on popular culture.
JN
I disagree, James. You questioned my ability to look at the Beatles and
their music objectively. Here's your quote, for what it's worth:

"If you objectively look at their work in any sort of chronological
order you can
see how the music evolved essentially due to their genius."

I know full well what the Beatles did, who they were, and just how
popular they were to that generation, and subsequent generations, but
that doesn't mean that I either found their music personally
fascinating, nor do I feel the need to appreciate their contributions to
the music industry. As I said when I said that I "don't see what all the
fuss is about", I then said that "I guess some can say that when it
comes to just about any celebrity. So, to each, his own." No doubt there
are various types of performers; musicians, actors, etc., that you don't
care for and at the same time you can't see why everyone else loves
them. I also have the same impression on several performers as well, and
the Beatles happens to be one of them. So, yes, you basically did
question my opinion, when you questioned my objectivity, but I seriously
doubt that you would admit that is what you did, and after the past
couple of weeks, I don't put anything past anyone on here.
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James Neibaur
2004-08-20 04:46:37 UTC
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"If you objectively look at their work in any sort of chronological
order you can
see how the music evolved essentially due to their genius."
And you wondered how anyone could affix the word "genius" to The Beatles
(not by asking nicely, but by making a snide comment). So I explained,
using only facts.
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
I know full well what the Beatles did, who they were, and just how
popular they were to that generation, and subsequent generations, but
that doesn't mean that I either found their music personally
fascinating, nor do I feel the need to appreciate their contributions to
the music industry.
And that part I fully accept, and always have. I always find such a
reaction bizarre in that their influence can be found on probably every rock
group you do like (that came after they did), but it doesn't cause me to
disrespect that with which I disagree.
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
As I said when I said that I "don't see what all the
fuss is about", I then said that "I guess some can say that when it
comes to just about any celebrity. So, to each, his own." No doubt there
are various types of performers; musicians, actors, etc., that you don't
care for and at the same time you can't see why everyone else loves
them.
George Clooney, Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts, Will Smith -- each one having made
the same cultural impact as The Beatles, eh?
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
I also have the same impression on several performers as well, and
the Beatles happens to be one of them. So, yes, you basically did
question my opinion, when you questioned my objectivity
If you objectively agree with their tremendous impact, and subjectively do
not enjoy their music, you get no argument from me.
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
but I seriously
doubt that you would admit that is what you did
and after the past
couple of weeks, I don't put anything past anyone on here.
The "past couple of weeks" has absolutely nothing to do with me or John
Lennon.

JN
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-20 05:08:19 UTC
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Post by The Kentucky Wizard
"If you objectively look at their work in any sort of chronological
order you can
see how the music evolved essentially due to their genius."
And you wondered how anyone could affix the word "genius" to The Beatles
(not by asking nicely, but by making a snide comment). So I
explained,
Post by James Neibaur
using only facts.
Yes, James, if you say it's so, then it just has to be correct.
Post by James Neibaur
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
I know full well what the Beatles did, who they were, and just how
popular they were to that generation, and subsequent generations, but
that doesn't mean that I either found their music personally
fascinating, nor do I feel the need to appreciate their contributions to
the music industry.
And that part I fully accept, and always have. I always find such a
reaction bizarre in that their influence can be found on probably every rock
group you do like (that came after they did), but it doesn't cause me to
disrespect that with which I disagree.
Yes, James, if you say it's so, then it just has to be correct.
Post by James Neibaur
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
As I said when I said that I "don't see what all the
fuss is about", I then said that "I guess some can say that when it
comes to just about any celebrity. So, to each, his own." No doubt there
are various types of performers; musicians, actors, etc., that you don't
care for and at the same time you can't see why everyone else loves
them.
George Clooney, Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts, Will Smith -- each one having made
the same cultural impact as The Beatles, eh?
Yes, James, if you say it's so, then it just has to be correct.
Post by James Neibaur
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
I also have the same impression on several performers as well, and
the Beatles happens to be one of them. So, yes, you basically did
question my opinion, when you questioned my objectivity
If you objectively agree with their tremendous impact, and subjectivel
y do
Post by James Neibaur
not enjoy their music, you get no argument from me.
Yes, James, if you say it's so, then it just has to be correct.
Post by James Neibaur
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
but I seriously
doubt that you would admit that is what you did
and after the past
couple of weeks, I don't put anything past anyone on here.
The "past couple of weeks" has absolutely nothing to do with me or John
Lennon.
JN
Yes, James, if you say it's so, then it just has to be correct.
Yes, James, if you say it's so, then it just has to be correct.
Yes, James, if you say it's so, then it just has to be correct.

Oh, you were done I see.
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James Neibaur
2004-08-20 05:10:41 UTC
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Yes, James, if you say it's so, then it just has to be correct.
Hope you learned something

JN
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-20 05:21:07 UTC
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Yes, James, if you say it's so, then it just has to be correct.
Hope you learned something
JN
Certainly not from you.
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James Neibaur
2004-08-20 05:23:07 UTC
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Hope you learned something
JN
Certainly not from you.
No, you are much more comfortable trading silly insults with the people who
insult you and your family personally, rather than having any type of
discussion with one of the few in this newsgroup who avoids such things.

enjoy,

JN
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-20 05:44:17 UTC
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Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Post by James Neibaur
Hope you learned something
JN
Certainly not from you.
No, you are much more comfortable trading silly insults with the people who
insult you and your family personally, rather than having any type of
discussion with one of the few in this newsgroup who avoids such things.
enjoy,
JN
No, that's also incorrect, James. I'd much rather have those types of
discussions, and have went to great lengths in the past to engage in
those conversations, but regardless of what I say, you feel compelled to
challenge my opinions and viewpoints, as if you have the authority to do
so. I don't mind an exchange of ideas, and certainly don't mind a
difference of opinions, but when I state my viewpoint, and it's
challenged, then the discussion is pretty much over at that point. I
actually enjoy having a discussion with you, initially that is, but
within two or three responses you begin to dissect every word and feel
the need to prove yourself superior to someone else because of your vast
knowledge, which then ironically becomes your folly. Here's the deal,
I've never met the Beatles, I've never seen them perform live, and I've
never wiped their asses. I do indeed like some of their songs, however,
but I don't care much for them overall, it's as simple as that. The fact
that I don't appreciate their contributions to the music industry, which
I have already said I am fully aware of and agree that they did so, that
does not mean that I am wrong in my overall opinion of them, or that I'm
stupid, or ignorant, or politically incorrect for feeling that way. This
is not a hard concept, and you are obviously a smart person, so why is
it so hard for you the grasp and understand?
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James Neibaur
2004-08-20 05:47:08 UTC
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The fact
that I don't appreciate their contributions to the music industry, which
I have already said I am fully aware of and agree that they did so, that
does not mean that I am wrong in my overall opinion of them, or that I'm
stupid, or ignorant, or politically incorrect for feeling that way.
Again, there was no challenge to your not caring much for many of their
songs.

But when you indicate that putting Beatles and Genius in the same sentence
is "laughable" how the heck am I supposed to react? I naturally back up my
claim with reasons.

Even if one hates Beatle music, it is pretty amazing that they incorporated
so many different styles under the rock and roll umbrella, even
experimenting with instruments like the sitar (in Norwegian Wood, no less),
and ceaselessly changing and evolving. Pretty impressive, even for a
non-fan.

I never question your liking or diskling their songs. You said one of my
statements was laughable, so I indicated just why I made such a statement.
What else could I do?

I am not part of your problem, Darrell.

JN
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-20 05:58:06 UTC
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Post by The Kentucky Wizard
The fact
that I don't appreciate their contributions to the music industry, which
I have already said I am fully aware of and agree that they did so, that
does not mean that I am wrong in my overall opinion of them, or that I'm
stupid, or ignorant, or politically incorrect for feeling that way.
Again, there was no challenge to your not caring much for many of their
songs.
But when you indicate that putting Beatles and Genius in the same sentence
is "laughable" how the heck am I supposed to react? I naturally back up my
claim with reasons.
Even if one hates Beatle music, it is pretty amazing that they
incorporated
Post by James Neibaur
so many different styles under the rock and roll umbrella, even
experimenting with instruments like the sitar (in Norwegian Wood, no less),
and ceaselessly changing and evolving. Pretty impressive, even for a
non-fan.
I never question your liking or diskling their songs. You said one of my
statements was laughable, so I indicated just why I made such a statement.
What else could I do?
I am not part of your problem, Darrell.
JN
I don't have "a problem", James. But you're more than welcome to have
the last word if you like.
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Terry del Fuego
2004-08-21 01:39:45 UTC
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On Fri, 20 Aug 2004 05:44:17 GMT, "The Kentucky Wizard"
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
within two or three responses you begin to dissect every word
Yeah, he's really a jerk for responding to what was actually said.
He'd be cooler if he just made stuff up.
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
and feel the need to prove yourself superior to someone else
because of your vast knowledge
I too hate reading stuff by people who know what they're talking
about.
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-21 01:51:03 UTC
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Post by Terry del Fuego
On Fri, 20 Aug 2004 05:44:17 GMT, "The Kentucky Wizard"
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
within two or three responses you begin to dissect every word
Yeah, he's really a jerk for responding to what was actually said.
He'd be cooler if he just made stuff up.
You mean, someone like you.
Post by Terry del Fuego
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
and feel the need to prove yourself superior to someone else
because of your vast knowledge
I too hate reading stuff by people who know what they're talking
about.
I'm sure you do, Terry. Your failure to accept the truth has always been
your Achilles' Heel.
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Terry del Fuego
2004-08-21 17:05:01 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Aug 2004 01:51:03 GMT, "The Kentucky Wizard"
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Post by Terry del Fuego
He'd be cooler if he just made stuff up.
You mean, someone like you.
Yes. Every single time I post, I call Bill Schenley a drunk, even
though I know it's not true.
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-21 18:16:57 UTC
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Post by Terry del Fuego
On Sat, 21 Aug 2004 01:51:03 GMT, "The Kentucky Wizard"
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Post by Terry del Fuego
He'd be cooler if he just made stuff up.
You mean, someone like you.
Yes. Every single time I post, I call Bill Schenley a drunk, even
though I know it's not true.
Well, that's not very nice, Terry, and you shouldn't do that.
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Terry del Fuego
2004-08-19 12:44:47 UTC
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Post by Dave B
I was watching it to and also more intersted in the game than in that
idiot. As I remember all the family joined me in a laugh and a good
ridence.
From the context, it appears that "ridence" is another way of saying
"anal incest orgy". Thanks for teaching me a new word, though I'm not
sure how often I'll be able to use it in conversation.
Dave B
2004-08-19 16:46:42 UTC
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On Thu, 19 Aug 2004 05:44:47 -0700, Terry del Fuego
Post by Terry del Fuego
Post by Dave B
I was watching it to and also more intersted in the game than in that
idiot. As I remember all the family joined me in a laugh and a good
ridence.
From the context, it appears that "ridence" is another way of saying
"anal incest orgy". Thanks for teaching me a new word, though I'm not
sure how often I'll be able to use it in conversation.
No it means "you're queer on Lenon".
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"Some nights are like nothing I've ever seen before or will again."--Meatloaf
Terry del Fuego
2004-08-20 01:16:36 UTC
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On Thu, 19 Aug 2004 12:46:42 -0400, Dave B
Post by Dave B
No it means "you're queer on Lenon".
Who's Lenon?
Pete Peeve
2004-08-20 01:50:04 UTC
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Post by Terry del Fuego
On Thu, 19 Aug 2004 12:46:42 -0400, Dave B
Post by Dave B
No it means "you're queer on Lenon".
Who's Lenon?
You heard what he said, Terry. Good *ridence* to *Lenon*.
Apparently, Dave B has been sleeping with Erik.
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-20 03:19:30 UTC
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Post by Pete Peeve
Post by Terry del Fuego
On Thu, 19 Aug 2004 12:46:42 -0400, Dave B
Post by Dave B
No it means "you're queer on Lenon".
Who's Lenon?
You heard what he said, Terry. Good *ridence* to *Lenon*.
Apparently, Dave B has been sleeping with Erik.
That, no doubt, beat some of the things you're crawled around the sheets
with.
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Bill Schenley
2004-08-20 04:45:15 UTC
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Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Post by Terry del Fuego
Post by Dave B
No it means "you're queer on Lenon".
Who's Lenon?
You heard what he said, Terry. Good *riddance*
to *Lenon*. Apparently, Dave B has been
sleeping with Erik.
That, no doubt, beat some of the things you're crawled
around the sheets with.
Why must you bring your mother into every thread? Haven't you made
the poor woman suffer enough?
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© The Douche Bag ®
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Yes, Darrell ... we know.
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-20 05:05:42 UTC
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Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Post by Terry del Fuego
Post by Dave B
No it means "you're queer on Lenon".
Who's Lenon?
You heard what he said, Terry. Good *riddance*
to *Lenon*. Apparently, Dave B has been
sleeping with Erik.
That, no doubt, beat some of the things you're crawled
around the sheets with.
Why must you bring your mother into every thread? Haven't you made
the poor woman suffer enough?
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© The Douche Bag ®
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Yes, Darrell ... we know.
Nah, you can make your mildly entertaining 3rd grade level humous
remarks all you want. Doesn't bother me in the least, actually it never
did, you were just too stupid to see it. Now, since we established my
mother's status in life, please tell us all just how depressing it was
for you to stand on a dock and watch that womb-warmer of yours that
hatched you out leave port with a carrier full of sailors?
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Bill Schenley
2004-08-20 06:20:56 UTC
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Now, since we established my mother's status
in life, please tell us all just how depressing it
was for you to stand on a dock and watch that
womb-warmer of yours that hatched you out
leave port with a carrier full of sailors?
Which time?
© The Dumpy Guy In The Trailer Park ®
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What was up with that photo, Darrell ... And *why* would you send such
a pathetic picture to *anyone*?

Have you no sense of decency?
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-20 06:41:59 UTC
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Post by Bill Schenley
Now, since we established my mother's status
in life, please tell us all just how depressing it
was for you to stand on a dock and watch that
womb-warmer of yours that hatched you out
leave port with a carrier full of sailors?
Which time?
She left you alone on the dock more than once? What a horrible person
she must have been.
Post by Bill Schenley
What was up with that photo, Darrell ... And *why* would you send such
a pathetic picture to *anyone*?
Which photo? I have many photos. Sober up and be more specific. So where
are *your* photos, btw?
Post by Bill Schenley
Have you no sense of decency?
Let me think ........ nope.

Hey Bill, I was thinking about having a dumpy trailer cookout this
weekend, I may even use real fire instead of concrete sun-baking. Care
to join? Bring a friend, oh hell, just bring anyone you can find that
will pretend they are. ;-)~
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Bill Schenley
2004-08-20 07:41:07 UTC
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What was up with that photo, Darrell ... And
*why* would you send such a pathetic picture
to *anyone*?
Which photo? I have many photos. Sober up and
be more specific.
You know the one. Your sitting amid the squalor and clutter of your
tiny trailer. Trying to decide which hat to wear ... the black one
from Dollar General ... or the tan one from Big Lots. Looked like you
hadn't shaved in a week (of course, that not shaving for week thing
all made sense when I read that you tried to blow yourself).

The photo, marked "Christmas 2002," was sent to me ... anonymously ...
But I'm guessing you know who sent it ... since you must have sent it
to them ... If you are still confused ... I could post it (with your
permission, of course)

Hey ... I did like the way you were able to fit the entire dining room
table at the end of the couch. What do you call that type of dining
room table? Oh. Now I remember. TV Trays.
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So where are *your* photos, btw?
Dude ... No way am I sending photos of me to guy who tries to suck his
own weenie. No-Fucking_Way!
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Post by Bill Schenley
Have you no sense of decency?
Let me think ........ nope.
See ... You're getting better. You are finally telling the truth.
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Hey Bill, I was thinking about having a dumpy trailer
cookout this weekend, I may even use real fire
instead of concrete sun-baking. Care to join?
Thanks ... But I don't really do trailer park cookouts. And with your
wife not being there anymore ... what fun would it be ...
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© The Dumbass Who Tried To Blow Himself ®
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Keyword: "Tried"
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-20 13:49:37 UTC
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Post by Bill Schenley
What was up with that photo, Darrell ... And
*why* would you send such a pathetic picture
to *anyone*?
Which photo? I have many photos. Sober up and
be more specific.
You know the one. Your sitting amid the squalor and clutter of your
tiny trailer. Trying to decide which hat to wear ... the black one
from Dollar General ... or the tan one from Big Lots.
Oh, that picture. You are such an idiot, Bill. You've spent more time on
my website, than anyone, even me, and you still can't see that isn't me?
You need to revisit my website and check out the family photos, that's
my brother, Donnie, you doofus. The cap he is wearing is a STNG cap that
he purchased at some science fiction convention I guess, he goes to
several every year. The other cap he is holding is a University of
Kentucky cap that I gave him as a Christmas present. He likes Kentucky,
I like Louisville, so we usually trade UK/UL merchandise each year. I
suppose that in a drunken stupor, someone like you couldn't see the Star
Trek emblem and the Big Blue "K" on those caps, right? He's now a
retired Correction Officer, no doubt you're very familiar with that area
of law enforcement.

Looked like you
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hadn't shaved in a week (of course, that not shaving for week thing
all made sense when I read that you tried to blow yourself).
Why would I even attempt to blow myself, since I have you to do it for
me? Of course, you still don't understand that sentence, I wouldn't
expect you to, being that you're alone and all. Let's see if I can
explain it so you might have a chance of understanding it. See, I'm not
as well 'endowed' as Ron Jeremy, nor, could or would I, be able to bend
over and even attempt to do such a thing, so that is why he's better off
than I am. Unlike you, Bill, I never had "penis envy", so I never had to
lie just to get a woman interested in me. Now do you understand? Try
reading it again, and get back with me on that. Anyway, I haven't seen
my brother without a beard since he was about 18 years old. He grows
more hair in a day than you did when you went through puberty. You have
went through puberty, haven't you? I've heard that some males go through
adolescence later than most, I've just never ran across one until you.
Post by Bill Schenley
The photo, marked "Christmas 2002," was sent to me ... anonymously ...
But I'm guessing you know who sent it ... since you must have sent it
to them ... If you are still confused ... I could post it (with your
permission, of course)
Actually, I haven't the foggiest idea who sent it to you, for I don't
recall ever sending it to anyone, I never had any reason to. I myself
had to dig it out of my hard drive just to see what picture you are
talking about. Of course you wouldn't know who sent it, Bill, I wouldn't
expect you to divulge the identities of your small circle of friends,
even if you are down to two of them, now. You're more than welcome to
post it if you feel that froggy about it. Did you notice just how many
Christmas cards are taped on my door? Surely you remember receiving a
Christmas card at some point in your miserable life, even if it was
addressed to 'occupant'. That photo was labeled "Christmas 2002" huh? It
was taken at Christmas of 2002 alright, but the photo was actually
labeled "Dec25_28", so someone must have renamed it.
Post by Bill Schenley
Hey ... I did like the way you were able to fit the entire dining room
table at the end of the couch. What do you call that type of dining
room table? Oh. Now I remember. TV Trays.
Yep, those are TV trays, made of solid wood, oak I believe, and not
those cheap rusty metal trays you are used to stacking your cans and
bottles on. The reason they are at the end of the couch is because we
they were a Christmas present, and had just opened them out of the box.
Oh I keep forgetting, you're not familiar with Christmas presents, I
guess that's why you think all the wrapping paper, boxes and bags is
'clutter'.
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Post by The Kentucky Wizard
So where are *your* photos, btw?
Dude ... No way am I sending photos of me to guy who tries to suck his
own weenie. No-Fucking_Way!
I thought you like sending photos of yourself to other men, I guess
someone was wrong when they said it, oops! You don't still surf those
type of websites, do you? So, where's the online photos of your fine
family at? We would all be interested in seeing what someone who as
successful as you are really looks like. Surely you have photos of your
family online, even if you do have to keep cutting and pasting the new
Mrs. every couple of years. You should have just had one made of
yourself and then you could just post a picture of the most recent Mrs.
Wrong next to it.
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Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Post by Bill Schenley
Have you no sense of decency?
Let me think ........ nope.
See ... You're getting better. You are finally telling the truth.
I've always told the truth, perhaps it's that you just can't tell the
difference. Heaven knows you're used to hearing lies, like for instance;
"I love you, Bill, you're a perfect husband, and I want to spend the
rest of my life with you!" heh. You should have kept a tote board on
just how many times that was said to your face, as they went out the
door to be with the one they really wanted.
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Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Hey Bill, I was thinking about having a dumpy trailer
cookout this weekend, I may even use real fire
instead of concrete sun-baking. Care to join?
Thanks ... But I don't really do trailer park cookouts. And with your
wife not being there anymore ... what fun would it be ...
Oh, she'll be here, unlike you, I never had to worry anytime my wife
leaves the house, whether she'll come back or not. Hey, I'll even see if
I can fix you up with a girl, if you promise not to tell them about your
same-sex adventures. AAMOF, there's a blind gal down the street that
would be just your type. At least with her, you wouldn't have to be in
the bed with someone who insists on the room being dark.
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Post by The Kentucky Wizard
© The Dumbass Who Tried To Blow Himself ®
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That train left two threads ago, Bill. it just isn't funny anymore.
Please try to come up with some new material, will ya?
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Keyword: "Tried"
Keyword: "Bill" AKA - The best at giving head.
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Jeff George
2004-08-20 18:33:07 UTC
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What was up with that photo, Darrell ... And
*why* would you send such a pathetic picture
to *anyone*?
Which photo? I have many photos. Sober up and
be more specific.
You know the one. Your sitting amid the squalor and clutter of your
tiny trailer. Trying to decide which hat to wear ... the black one
from Dollar General ... or the tan one from Big Lots. Looked like you
hadn't shaved in a week (of course, that not shaving for week thing
all made sense when I read that you tried to blow yourself).
The photo, marked "Christmas 2002," was sent to me ... anonymously ...
But I'm guessing you know who sent it ... since you must have sent it
to them ... If you are still confused ... I could post it (with your
permission, of course)
Hey ... I did like the way you were able to fit the entire dining room
table at the end of the couch. What do you call that type of dining
room table? Oh. Now I remember. TV Trays.
Ha! Aren't those photos great? That could make the cover of Better
Homes and Inbred Trailer Trash Trailers.



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"The most important thing is for us to find Osama bin Laden. It is our number one priority and we will not rest until we find him."
- The Chimp 13-Sep-01 (the same day he was flying bin Laden's relatives out of the country)

"I don't know where he is. I have no idea and I really don't care. It's not that important. It's not our priority."
- The Chimp 13-Mar-02 (less than six months later)
BuccaneerJuan
2004-08-20 20:08:41 UTC
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Post by Jeff George
Ha! Aren't those photos great? That could make the cover of Better
Homes and Inbred Trailer Trash Trailers.
Guys ... you are feeding the troll, i.e. Karen. And we all know that she
didn't like Bill or George any more than she liked Darrell when she was a bit
more, uh, "public."

If you want to see some entertaining photos, ask Darrell to send y'all the
Karen Collection. But I warn you -- put your therapist's number on speed dial.


~~~~~~~~~~~
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Drug free, no-spin radio: http://www.airamericaradio.com/
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Like father, like son. One term.
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-20 20:28:43 UTC
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Post by Jeff George
Ha! Aren't those photos great? That could make the cover of Better
Homes and Inbred Trailer Trash Trailers.
Guys ... you are feeding the troll, i.e. Karen. And we all know that she
didn't like Bill or George any more than she liked Darrell when she was a bit
more, uh, "public."
If you want to see some entertaining photos, ask Darrell to send y'all the
Karen Collection. But I warn you -- put your therapist's number on speed dial.
You ain't shittin, those were some ugly-ass pictures.
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BuccaneerJuan
2004-08-20 20:38:31 UTC
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You ain't shittin, those were some ugly-ass pictures.
You got the ugly ass ones? I just got the ugly ... oh never mind.

God, those were revolting.


~~~~~~~~~~~
Every patriotic America needs to see Fahrenheit 9/11

Drug free, no-spin radio: http://www.airamericaradio.com/
Democracy in action: http://www.moveon.org

Like father, like son. One term.
Dave B
2004-08-21 02:50:14 UTC
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Post by BuccaneerJuan
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
You ain't shittin, those were some ugly-ass pictures.
You got the ugly ass ones? I just got the ugly ... oh never mind.
God, those were revolting.
~~~~~~~~~~~
Every patriotic America needs to see Fahrenheit 9/11
Drug free, no-spin radio: http://www.airamericaradio.com/
Democracy in action: http://www.moveon.org
Like father, like son. One term.
LOL. Hey, I bet you're really Pirate John, you didn't fool me.:)
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"Some nights are like nothing I've ever seen before or will
again."--Meatloaf
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-20 20:26:16 UTC
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Post by Bill Schenley
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Post by Bill Schenley
What was up with that photo, Darrell ... And
*why* would you send such a pathetic picture
to *anyone*?
Which photo? I have many photos. Sober up and
be more specific.
You know the one. Your sitting amid the squalor and clutter of your
tiny trailer. Trying to decide which hat to wear ... the black one
from Dollar General ... or the tan one from Big Lots. Looked like you
hadn't shaved in a week (of course, that not shaving for week thing
all made sense when I read that you tried to blow yourself).
The photo, marked "Christmas 2002," was sent to me ... anonymously ...
But I'm guessing you know who sent it ... since you must have sent it
to them ... If you are still confused ... I could post it (with your
permission, of course)
Hey ... I did like the way you were able to fit the entire dining room
table at the end of the couch. What do you call that type of dining
room table? Oh. Now I remember. TV Trays.
Ha! Aren't those photos great? That could make the cover of Better
Homes and Inbred Trailer Trash Trailers.
Watch it buster, that's a personal reading favorite of mine. Of course,
some of us have homes, and some of us still live with mommy.
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Jeff George
2004-08-21 21:20:58 UTC
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On Fri, 20 Aug 2004 20:26:16 GMT, "The Kentucky Wizard"
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Post by Jeff George
Ha! Aren't those photos great? That could make the cover of Better
Homes and Inbred Trailer Trash Trailers.
Watch it buster, that's a personal reading favorite of mine. Of course,
some of us have homes, and some of us still live with mommy.
Your kill fill appears to be malfunctioning, hypocritical liar.
--
Regards,
Jeff George

SLAP (Socialist Liberation Army of the People)
SLUG (Socialists for Liberty United Government)

Power to the People!

Redistribution of Wealth!
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-21 22:41:03 UTC
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Post by Jeff George
On Fri, 20 Aug 2004 20:26:16 GMT, "The Kentucky Wizard"
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Post by Jeff George
Ha! Aren't those photos great? That could make the cover of Better
Homes and Inbred Trailer Trash Trailers.
Watch it buster, that's a personal reading favorite of mine. Of course,
some of us have homes, and some of us still live with mommy.
Your kill fill appears to be malfunctioning, hypocritical liar.
No, it's working fine, my furry little friend. I just thought I'd bring
you and a few others out of it for a while, just to see if you all were
as still as enjoyable to chat with now as you were before. It appears
that the old saying holds true; The more things change, the more things
stay the same.
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Jeff George
2004-08-23 21:19:19 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Aug 2004 22:41:03 GMT, "The Kentucky Wizard"
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Post by Jeff George
On Fri, 20 Aug 2004 20:26:16 GMT, "The Kentucky Wizard"
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Post by Jeff George
Ha! Aren't those photos great? That could make the cover of Better
Homes and Inbred Trailer Trash Trailers.
Watch it buster, that's a personal reading favorite of mine. Of
course,
Post by Jeff George
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
some of us have homes, and some of us still live with mommy.
Your kill fill appears to be malfunctioning, hypocritical liar.
No, it's working fine, my furry little friend. I just thought I'd bring
you and a few others out of it for a while, just to see if you all were
as still as enjoyable to chat with now as you were before. It appears
that the old saying holds true; The more things change, the more things
stay the same.
You bring it all on yourself. If you weren't such a pompous hypocrite
people wouldn't have such a problem with you.
--
"The most important thing is for us to find Osama bin Laden. It is our number one priority and we will not rest until we find him."
- The Chimp 13-Sep-01 (the same day he was flying bin Laden's relatives out of the country)

"I don't know where he is. I have no idea and I really don't care. It's not that important. It's not our priority."
- The Chimp 13-Mar-02 (less than six months later)
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-23 21:44:39 UTC
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On Sat, 21 Aug 2004 22:41:03 GMT, "The Kentucky Wizard"
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Post by Jeff George
On Fri, 20 Aug 2004 20:26:16 GMT, "The Kentucky Wizard"
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Post by Jeff George
Ha! Aren't those photos great? That could make the cover of Better
Homes and Inbred Trailer Trash Trailers.
Watch it buster, that's a personal reading favorite of mine. Of course,
some of us have homes, and some of us still live with mommy.
Your kill fill appears to be malfunctioning, hypocritical liar.
No, it's working fine, my furry little friend. I just thought I'd bring
you and a few others out of it for a while, just to see if you all were
as still as enjoyable to chat with now as you were before. It appears
that the old saying holds true; The more things change, the more things
stay the same.
You bring it all on yourself. If you weren't such a pompous hypocrite
people wouldn't have such a problem with you.
The same could be said for you as well my pet.
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Jeff George
2004-08-24 21:24:42 UTC
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On Mon, 23 Aug 2004 21:44:39 GMT, "The Kentucky Wizard"
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Post by Jeff George
On Sat, 21 Aug 2004 22:41:03 GMT, "The Kentucky Wizard"
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Post by Jeff George
On Fri, 20 Aug 2004 20:26:16 GMT, "The Kentucky Wizard"
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Post by Jeff George
Ha! Aren't those photos great? That could make the cover of Better
Homes and Inbred Trailer Trash Trailers.
Watch it buster, that's a personal reading favorite of mine. Of
course,
Post by Jeff George
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
Post by Jeff George
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
some of us have homes, and some of us still live with mommy.
Your kill fill appears to be malfunctioning, hypocritical liar.
No, it's working fine, my furry little friend. I just thought I'd
bring
Post by Jeff George
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
you and a few others out of it for a while, just to see if you all
were
Post by Jeff George
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
as still as enjoyable to chat with now as you were before. It appears
that the old saying holds true; The more things change, the more
things
Post by Jeff George
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
stay the same.
You bring it all on yourself. If you weren't such a pompous hypocrite
people wouldn't have such a problem with you.
The same could be said for you as well my pet.
I may be pompous (and arrogant) but I'm no hypocrite. I don't change
my values based on who or what I'm discussing.
--
"The most important thing is for us to find Osama bin Laden. It is our number one priority and we will not rest until we find him."
- The Chimp 13-Sep-01 (the same day he was flying bin Laden's relatives out of the country)

"I don't know where he is. I have no idea and I really don't care. It's not that important. It's not our priority."
- The Chimp 13-Mar-02 (less than six months later)
The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-24 22:13:17 UTC
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Post by Jeff George
I may be pompous (and arrogant) but I'm no hypocrite. I don't change
my values based on who or what I'm discussing.
And neither do I, but whatever you say, Jeff. This thread died a fitting
death several days ago, how about you coming to terms with this fact.
You can even have the last word if it makes you feel better.
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Dave B
2004-08-20 04:28:05 UTC
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Post by Terry del Fuego
On Thu, 19 Aug 2004 12:46:42 -0400, Dave B
Post by Dave B
No it means "you're queer on Lenon".
Who's Lenon?
You must have mistaken me for someone who gives a shit about spelling
that dope head's name right.
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Dave B

"Some nights are like nothing I've ever seen before or will again."--Meatloaf
Jeff George
2004-08-19 20:12:55 UTC
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Post by Dave B
On Wed, 18 Aug 2004 15:08:18 GMT, "The Kentucky Wizard"
Post by The Kentucky Wizard
I was watching Monday Night Football, the Dolphins and New England I
believe it was, when Howard Cosell broke the news. Being that I wasn't a
big Beatles fan, I was sorry to hear about his death, but was more
interested in watching the game. December 8th is also my son's birthday.
I was watching it to and also more intersted in the game than in that
idiot. As I remember all the family joined me in a laugh and a good
ridence.
Ah, xianity and Masonry at work!
--
"The most important thing is for us to find Osama bin Laden. It is our number one priority and we will not rest until we find him."
- The Chimp 13-Sep-01 (the same day he was flying bin Laden's relatives out of the country)

"I don't know where he is. I have no idea and I really don't care. It's not that important. It's not our priority."
- The Chimp 13-Mar-02 (less than six months later)
Bob Feigel
2004-08-19 22:02:59 UTC
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Post by Jeff George
Ah, xianity and Masonry at work!
Sounds like the world's thickest wall ...


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The Kentucky Wizard
2004-08-20 03:14:38 UTC
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Post by Bob Feigel
On Thu, 19 Aug 2004 16:12:55 -0400, Jeff George
Post by Jeff George
Ah, xianity and Masonry at work!
Sounds like the world's thickest wall ...
Don't it though, Bob?
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Jeff George
2004-08-20 16:44:04 UTC
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On Fri, 20 Aug 2004 10:02:59 +1200, Bob Feigel
Post by Bob Feigel
On Thu, 19 Aug 2004 16:12:55 -0400, Jeff George
Post by Jeff George
Ah, xianity and Masonry at work!
Sounds like the world's thickest wall ...
Well, considering the thickness of the cult's followers I think you
are right.
--
"The most important thing is for us to find Osama bin Laden. It is our number one priority and we will not rest until we find him."
- The Chimp 13-Sep-01 (the same day he was flying bin Laden's relatives out of the country)

"I don't know where he is. I have no idea and I really don't care. It's not that important. It's not our priority."
- The Chimp 13-Mar-02 (less than six months later)
James Neibaur
2004-08-18 15:57:29 UTC
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Post by Rob Petrie
I wish you hadn't reminded me <sigh, again> about John.
His sudden passing was the absolute worst (outside of the JFK-RFK
murders) I've ever felt outside of my own immediate family.
That Dec. 8 night I was so much in emotional hurt I stayed up all
night recording the local FM station reminiscing with callers and the
station playing Beatles and John-Yoko's hits. But I can't bear to listen to
those audio recordings or the VCR tape I have of David Hartmann talking
about it on "Good Morning, America" (ABC).
1980 ended on the most sour note I've ever experienced since Dec.
1963.
I was working at a local TV station when one of the news boys came in with a
paper torn from the teletype. His face was drained of all color as he
handed me the paper. I read it and nearly fainted. All it said was, "John
Lennon shot to death by local screwball. More to follow." Finally more
information came forth. Shortly after that, it was announced on Monday
Night Football. Our newscaster hastily threw on a tie and jacket and we
interrupted programming for him to make the announcement. As he announced
John's death, he burst into tears live on camera.

That night I also stayed up listening to the radio, getting calls from many
friends, some of whom I had not seen since childhood, but who once wallowed
in Beatlemania with me. I called a local radio station and asked the DJ not
to play Happiness Is a Warm Gun. He promised he wouldn't. He then said,
"hang up your rock and roll shoes. It's all over." He was right.

The next day the TV station I was working for sent me out to do a story on
local reaction to the Lennon death. I taped some interviews in local record
stores, people tearfully thumbing through Beatle albums as his music played
in the background.

I didn't cry when Elvis died.

This time I did.

JN
Bob Feigel
2004-08-18 21:55:38 UTC
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Post by James Neibaur
I didn't cry when Elvis died.
This time I did.
JN
Same here. I was stunned by the news of Elvis's death, but I was moved
to tears by John Lennon's murder - even though I wasn't a great
admirer. Perhaps, for me, his death marked the end of an era that was
very special and his murder marked the beginning of another that was
less so. b

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or behaving like one.

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Bob Feigel
2004-08-18 22:49:30 UTC
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On Thu, 19 Aug 2004 09:55:38 +1200, Bob Feigel
Post by Bob Feigel
Post by James Neibaur
I didn't cry when Elvis died.
This time I did.
JN
Same here. I was stunned by the news of Elvis's death, but I was moved
to tears by John Lennon's murder - even though I wasn't a great
admirer. Perhaps, for me, his death marked the end of an era that was
very special and his murder marked the beginning of another that was
less so. b
I should qualify that: even though I was not a great admirer of much
of his later work. b


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kicking it, kissing it, busting it, trying to get a piece of it,
or behaving like one.

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Steve Carras
2004-08-19 06:05:12 UTC
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Post by Bob Feigel
On Thu, 19 Aug 2004 09:55:38 +1200, Bob Feigel
Post by Bob Feigel
Post by James Neibaur
I didn't cry when Elvis died.
This time I did.
JN
Same here. I was stunned by the news of Elvis's death, but I was moved
to tears by John Lennon's murder - even though I wasn't a great
admirer. Perhaps, for me, his death marked the end of an era that was
very special and his murder marked the beginning of another that was
less so. b
I should qualify that: even though I was not a great admirer of much
of his later work. b
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or behaving like one.
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Bing Crosby (just to remind folks of how much I admire him) was a
great. Elvis was a jerk who stole the blacks music.

Only his 60s romantic ballads mean anything.Good riddance.
'
Betty grable and Wally George had more substance
Terry del Fuego
2004-08-19 12:39:22 UTC
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Post by Steve Carras
Bing Crosby (just to remind folks of how much I admire him) was a
great.
And a pot-smoker!
Post by Steve Carras
Elvis was a jerk
Apparently so, at least in later years.
Post by Steve Carras
who stole the blacks music.
Bullshit. Yes, segregationist stupidity drew some pretty clear (yet
still stupid!) lines back then, but don't blame Elvis (or Pat Boone,
for that matter) for it. And at least Elvis had the (nerve?
integrity? innocence?) to still be wild enough to be threatening to
The Stupid People, despite his lack of melanin.
Louisiana Lou
2004-08-19 17:10:37 UTC
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Post by Terry del Fuego
Post by Steve Carras
Bing Crosby (just to remind folks of how much I admire him) was a
great.
And a pot-smoker!
Post by Steve Carras
Elvis was a jerk
Apparently so, at least in later years.
He didn't buy me a Cadillac either. :-)
ELVIS ROCKS
2004-08-20 05:15:41 UTC
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Elvis was a jerk


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I guess thats why he gave to charities and bought strangers (black and
white) automobiles, and paid for hospital treatment for individuals in
need without insurance. He did alot for people that was never made
public. If that makes Elvis a jerk, then everybody should be that much
of a jerk!



MIKE++TCB
James Neibaur
2004-08-19 14:38:03 UTC
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Post by Steve Carras
Bing Crosby (just to remind folks of how much I admire him) was a
great. Elvis was a jerk who stole the blacks music.
Only his 60s romantic ballads mean anything.Good riddance.
His romantic ballads of the 50s were a bit stronger, I would think.

Elvis didn't "steal" anything. A good majority of his fifties hits were
written by Leiber-Stoller (a couple of white guys). Some had been recorded
black artists, but if you compare the original Hound Dog by Willie Mae
Thornton to the Elvis one, the former is good solid R&B but the Elvis
re-arrangement and re-interpretation is what we would consider rock and
roll.

The music Elvis did that had been written by black writers (Otis Blackwell,
Arthur Crudup) also were re-interpreted with Presley's own inimitable style.

You may not like it, but it does have real significance and made quite an
impact.

JN
ELVIS ROCKS
2004-08-20 05:10:32 UTC
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You narrow-minded, ignorant fool. Your own words, such as
"Good-Riddance" say much less about you than it does Elvis. As far as
stealing music, I would say that music belongs to everybody. Elvis grew
up in the south AND around black music. It was as much a part of him as
it was any black artist. He had a natural ability to perform that music
and leave listeners in the early 1950's believing it was a black artist
singing them on the radio.




MIKE++TCB
Rob Petrie
2004-08-20 00:37:28 UTC
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Post by James Neibaur
Post by Rob Petrie
I wish you hadn't reminded me <sigh, again> about John.
His sudden passing was the absolute worst (outside of the JFK-RFK
murders) I've ever felt outside of my own immediate family.
That Dec. 8 night I was so much in emotional hurt I stayed up all
night recording the local FM station reminiscing with callers and the
station playing Beatles and John-Yoko's hits. But I can't bear to listen to
those audio recordings or the VCR tape I have of David Hartmann talking
about it on "Good Morning, America" (ABC).
1980 ended on the most sour note I've ever experienced since Dec.
1963.
I was working at a local TV station when one of the news boys came in with a
paper torn from the teletype. His face was drained of all color as he
handed me the paper. I read it and nearly fainted. All it said was, "John
Lennon shot to death by local screwball. More to follow." Finally more
information came forth. Shortly after that, it was announced on Monday
Night Football. Our newscaster hastily threw on a tie and jacket and we
interrupted programming for him to make the announcement. As he announced
John's death, he burst into tears live on camera.
That night I also stayed up listening to the radio, getting calls from many
friends, some of whom I had not seen since childhood, but who once wallowed
in Beatlemania with me. I called a local radio station and asked the DJ
not to play Happiness Is a Warm Gun. He promised he wouldn't.
I never liked that song (sorry, Harry and others!), even when John was
alive.
Post by James Neibaur
He then said,
"hang up your rock and roll shoes. It's all over." He was right.
The original "Day the Music Died" was Feb. 3, 1959 with Buddy Holly, J.P.
[The Big Bopper] Richardson, and Richie Valens.
But the one that was TDTMD for my R&R era was Dec. 8, 1980.
And the next rock 'n' roll famous death was almost as depressing when on
Feb. 4, 1983 Karen Carpenter suddenly passed on from her damaged heart due
to anorexia at only 32.
Post by James Neibaur
The next day the TV station I was working for sent me out to do a story on
local reaction to the Lennon death. I taped some interviews in local record
stores, people tearfully thumbing through Beatle albums as his music played
in the background.
I didn't cry when Elvis died.
This time I did.
And I along with millions of others with you.
James Neibaur
2004-08-20 03:16:46 UTC
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Post by Rob Petrie
And the next rock 'n' roll famous death was almost as depressing when on
Feb. 4, 1983 Karen Carpenter suddenly passed on from her damaged heart due
to anorexia at only 32.
That was very sad, but I don't know that it was a rock and roll death. The
Carpenters were a pleasant pop alternative to rock (I did not appreciate
them in their time -- I was listening to stuff like Zeppelin, and The
Carpenters just didn't seem to make much of an impression).

JN
Bob Feigel
2004-08-17 02:45:57 UTC
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Post by James Neibaur
The bad movies and decades of shrugging off his ability should not cause us
to forget the significance of the Sun and early RCA material or the Memphis
sessions.
continued RIP
JN
One teen summer, when my dad and step-mom went to Chicago or somewhere
for a few days (probably to get away from me) I was finally able to
play the 45rpm Elvis record I'd secretly bought in downtown
Evansville, IN.

Unfortunately, my grandmother Elsie was staying over to make sure I
didn't destroy the place and even though I thought she was well into
her knitting in another part of the house, she heard those Hound Dog
sounds and strictly forbade me to play any more of that "dirty wiggle"
music while she was around. It's been dirty wiggle music ever since. b


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