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  1. Thanks for posting this. Interesting Plant interview. When was this interview done? He said that he will be in Washington DC next year because the band is punking or pumping. I assume he's referring to the Raising Sand band. If what he says is true then that voids his statement about not touring for two years. I'm not going to go out on a limb and say he's talking about Zeppelin.

  2. I don't really listen to the radio much anymore, but it seems like everytime I tune into a Music Awards show, Kid Rock is there. Let's see the CMA's, MTV, the Hip Hop Awards and I thought I saw him on the Christian Music Awards show too :)

    I know what you mean. You just can't get away from the guy. He was in a movie that I watched not too long ago. I generally skip award shows unless it has something to do with members of Led Zeppelin, so I've managed to avoid Kid Rock somewhat.

  3. Moon River, wider than a mile,

    I'm crossing you in style some day.

    Oh, dream maker, you heart breaker,

    wherever you're going I'm going your way.

    Two drifters off to see the world.

    There's such a lot of world to see.

    We're after the same rainbow's end--

    waiting 'round the bend,

    my huckleberry friend,

    Moon River and me.




  4. Hear fucking hear!!!!

    I think some of you are taking this whole matter waaaaaaaay too seriously, to the point where I gotta wonder about mental stability, in some cases, sorry to say. Take a pill, log off this forum and take a good long look at what's going on in the real world. I think, considering both the economic and geopolitical state of the world right now, the bottom line is, it's pretty goddamned irrelevant whether or not another old Classic Rock band hits the road with or without their lead singer considering that if the global economy bubble bursts, scrounging up money for concert tickets is going to be the least of your problems! Right now, more than ever it seems, people are losing their homes and their jobs...everything...put yourself in their shoes and I bet Led Zeppelin and Robert Plant fall way down on the list of what really matters.

    And, to respond to the asinine Robert Plant "self-gratification" remark...don'tcha think that if Plant really wanted self gratification, he would have agreed to taking part in a Zeppelin tour????

    :thanku: I've been waiting for someone to say this. I remember telling someone months ago that if your whole life hinges on what Robert Plant does or doesn't do then you need to psychological help.

  5. Thanks everybody. esp Steve and Ninelives. I read a biographical piece on the internet about Neer, a couple years ago and was curious about his interviews. I have seen the 88 LP for sale but was hesitant to buy it without knowing a little more about the interview. I've also seen the up close interviews for sale. Transcribing interviews is arduous so I wasn't going to ask anyone to do this. If there were more people interested in these interviews, I would say go for it.

  6. People who think CSI, Hospital Sex Dramas, and Reality Shows are all that's on TV. You obviously don't watch much TV, do you?

    -The Daily Show

    -The Colbert Report

    ^These are the two greatest shows in the world! They are on Comedy Central every Monday through Thursday nights from 11:00 pm to 12:00 am, with reruns starting at 1:00 am, 10:00 am, 2:00 pm, and 8:00 pm.

    -Lewis Black's Root of All Evil

    -South Park

    -Family Guy



    -House (okay, a hospital drama, but not so much with the sex... and actually GOOD!)

    -Burn Notice




    -Eli Stone

    -Eureka (it's rare for Sci-Fi to come up with something good... but when they do, man do they hit a bullseye!)

    -Sanctuary (not one of Sci-Fi's best shows, but I'm a fan of Amanda Tapping's acting and, so far, the show seems pretty good in its infancy... I'm giving it a chance, at least... IMO, it does have potential... let's just hope it can live up to that potential)

    -Fringe(... maybe)

    -Saturday Night Live (sorry, SNL-haters, but I can't get enough of this show)

    -The Bill Engval Show (okay... I also get annoyed when he regurgitates old jokes to act out on the show... but you know what? I laugh at it. And don't lie. So do you.)

    -Reruns of Murder, She Wrote (don't ask me why, but I like this show...)

    -Sports... of course!

    And now I'm running out of shows... so maybe there isn't a lot to like on TV, but there's a lot more then CSI, Reality Shows, and Hospital Sex Dramas. However, if you add Teen Sex Dramas, you have the top 4 most-watched TV genres (unfortunately). However, there's a lot more to go with. You don't have to stick to those four genres.

    The Colbert Report is good.

    Saturday Night Live has been funny lately. "Joe the Plumber" :lol:

    Eureka is really good.

    Other shows I watch: Its always sunny in Philadelphia and Sons of Anarchy. Occasionally I watch iCarly. :bagoverhead: I like it when the blonde haired girl beats the shit out of someone.

    I've never liked hospital dramas or teen sex dramas.

  7. Breeders Cup is at Santa Anita in California this year. Oct 24th and 25th. I think it may be tougher than usual for European horses crossing the Atlantic for this years races as they must travel across about 8 time zones. It will be on a poly surface that will supposedly favor closers.

    I haven't watched the Breeders Cup in several years. Thanks for posting this reminder.

    If I remember right, don't they have turf races also? I used to watch all the races. I have some friends that use to tape it and I would go to their house watch it. Now that I have read this, I going to check with them. It would be fun, especially listening to every ones post race analysis.

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