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Susan Gibson

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  1. Offense taken! I am a nurse and a nurse practitioner and I am none of the things you have noted. I know hundreds of kind and attractive nurses who are NOT gold diggers (myself included). Lay your stereotypes elsewhere please!
  2. I know very little about producing; however, I would say that the quality of everything he has produced (that I have heard) always sounds beyond the quality of other music of the same time period. (I hope I am making sense). These remasters are no exception! I have listened in headphones and surround sound and I am amazed. So many little nuances that I haven't heard in prior releases/remasters. And I agree about Zep III. I have always LOVED his playing in Out on the Tiles. And this version without vocals... I thought no other version of SIBLY would beat my favorite from HTWWW. But this one is incredible! And BBC Sessions-also a favorite. I don't know how he does it but he gets my vote for best producer. He is a stratosphere above others. Especially now when quantity outweighs quality and music just isn't what it used to be. This is definitely quality first.
  3. Totally agreed. I would rather see them fight this all the way and wait for my copy. It may be moot though because I just read that the involved lawyer is in trouble over some bad behavior during a suit against Usher and the judge in that case is recommending that he be disbarred.
  4. ^^^ Dave go back one page. The t-shirt with Virgin Mary.
  5. Neal was flown to Minneapolis and taken directly to the arena having never met the band yet. When he arrived they were playing The Rover or Custard Pie. He was told by Danny to go on stage and start taking pictures. This was one that he took before having been introduced to the band. He said that he felt that the look Jimmy was giving him was "sizing him up" and trying to figure out why they had hired him. I just thought that was interesting because that is kind of what it looks like to me.
  6. He tells a nice story about that photo in his ebook.
  7. Going back to school for my Doctorate. I guess I should wait until I am done in May to be proud!
  8. ^^^ In pittsburgh it started just a few minutes late. No opening band before Jason Bonham. 3 hours total for us.
  9. I am a nurse. Tinnitus is very common (about 20% of population has some varying degree). It can be caused by anything from certain medications (Tylenol, Aspirin), early hearing loss, ear wax, vitamin deficiencies, ear infections, to much more serious causes. It is best to have your ears looked at and hearing checked by an audiologist before thinking of more serious causes. There are several treatments but all are by prescription including tinnitus retraining therapy (actually has a very high success rate).
  10. I had a super bad day today and this just gave me the giggle I needed! I was thinking a thread "Who's fault is it?" in Zep Polls.
  11. Agree with both. My mother recently told me to get a life (then she bought me tickets to the Pittsburgh Symphony performs the Music of LZ and the Jason Bonham/Heart concert!). And I told my boyfriend to leave and not return until he could name all four band members correctly (He actually called them "the one with the long black hair, the one with the long blonde hair, and the other two!).
  12. Here's the review from the Post-Gazette. It was a wonderful show! It never ceases to amaze me how many Zeppelin fans there are in this area. LOTS of Heart fans too. http://www.post-gazette.com/stories/ae/music-reviews/heart-bonham-pay-glorious-tribute-to-zeppelin-696416/
  13. One more day until the Pittsburgh Symphony / Music of LZ. And 4 more days until JBLZE. Busy week ahead but can't wait. Thanks for the awesome pics and videos! I will post if I get any good ones but my seats are nowhere near that close (a birthday gift from my parents).
  14. I knew that I read this somewhere also but didn't have time to find it until this evening. Even though the discussion is moot, here is the quote that I found in Tangents: Jimmy added, "When I viewed the film I realised there was insufficient footage so in 1975, having learnt from viewing the film so far I wanted to tour again returning to America to re-shoot some concerts but Robert's accident in Rhodes prevented this and we finished up the film making the best we could of the existing material, so it isn't the best that we possibly could do."
  15. ^^^ Oh thank you for telling me that. I won't get mixed up in that nonsense. I do so enjoy this forum.
  16. Oh for the love of all that is holy your points have been made! Please let's return out on the town with Mr. Jimmy Page. I'm certain that if something posted is not appropriate it will be removed. If this thread offends your sense of right and wrong, do not read it. As my grandfather always told me: if you don't like what's on the radio, you can change the channel but don't trample on someone else's right to enjoy that which you do not.
  17. ^^^ Thank you. BTW I loved your article - very well written. The last paragraph says it all. I have been thinking of treating myself to a venture overseas for graduation in May. Maybe I will walk past his house as well but I know I would feel the same way if I happened to see him. So I probably won't go there!
  18. I am still a "newbie" here myself but dislike how some of these wonderful threads get derailed by ridiculousness. I love this thread. For those who have had the pleasure of seeing or meeting Jimmy Page I am sure it is a thrill to share. I know I love to read these stories especially since I have never had the pleasure myself. I live in Pittsburgh - not many celebrities running around here. Maybe the Clarks, Donnie Iris, or Michael Keaton! If you see me coming out of a bookstore, I give you permission to share. I favor Barnes and Noble at the Waterfront in Pittsburgh (shame on me for sharing the name and location) but I admit that I do buy most of my stuff online.
  19. Isn't this precisely the point others are trying to make? Both places open to the public but some are saying one is a violation of privacy while the other is not. I would have more of an expectation of privacy at my home than at a public store. Either way, saying you saw someone at a book store is no big deal is it?
  20. Please don't poke the hornet's nest I cannot take another round. Let's just look at these wonderful pictures and enjoy!
  21. Maybe I have missed something but these comments appear harmless. There are 404 pages of comments on this thread entitled "Hot Pics of Robert," which suggests that many contributors find him to be, in fact, hot. I don't see this barrage of criticism against any other contributors.
  22. Why such a problem with CLW? I've read much worse than this on this forum!
  23. I don't know you CLW but think he is the nuisance!
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