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Bingo

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  1. http://archive.org/details/gd89-07-07.aud.wiley.7855.sbeok.shnf Grateful Dead 7/7/89
  2. It's a shame they don't let Taylor play the entire show....Keef is shot as a guitarist, his contributions are minimal compared to the past.
  3. I heard they're going to use the same butterflies
  4. You're 100% correct.
  5. Just to play devil's advocate.....how would you know this as FACTUAL? Everyday? Can you back up what you say? I would love to hear it.
  6. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f39Zs0gB87c
  7. I like the crispness of the foreground and the foggy background.
  8. My friend Magilla Gorilla. Bronx Zoo.
  9. Here's a different point of view. The viewpoint from "the other side" part 2
  10. Terrorists come in all shapes sizes and religions. Just google Yitzhak Shamir and Count Bernadotte. The Count called out the problems with the formation of the new state of Israel and it's relationship with the injustices being done to the Palestinians..... for this he was killed by the terrorist group known as The Stern Gang, headed by future Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir. I'm not against Catholics, Muslims or Jews. Evil exists everywhere, unfortunately.
  11. Shall we lump all Muslims into one neat terrorist package? I guess we can do the same with Catholics, Hitler was Catholic.
  12. You're Welcome....better to have some knowledge when making a purchase.
  13. Granite contains uranium that releases radon gas as it breaks down.
  14. Bang The Drum Slowly Stanley and Iris A Bronx Tale Taxi Driver Casino
  15. In all honesty I haven't read this thread yet, I just wanted to respond to the question in a musical sense which covers a societal change. Back then we were all equal, it didn't matter if you lived in Beverly Hills or The South Bronx. When tickets for concerts went on sale, we all had the same opportunity to purchase the same $10-$20 ticket. Part of the experience of the concert was for those three hours, people from all walks of life mingled together. The rich, the poor, the saints and psychotics were all the same. Now, we have a caste system for concerts, the wealthy can pay $800 for a floor ticket while the poor sit in the boondocks for $150. The same can be said about sporting events, not everyone has a chance to grab the first 10 rows of a show/sporting events. We have made the distinction between the haves and have-nots obvious. I have more to say, but I'll have a cup of coffee first.
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