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Terrible image quality, but I love the song.

 

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5 hours ago, redrum said:

Terrible image quality, but I love the song.

 

How odd is this, I listened to the same exact version yesterday on YouTube, after listening to both Priest renditions, by Rob on Sin After Sin and Ripper Owens on '98 Live Meltdown.

If anyone gets a chance listen to the Ripper Owens rendition on '98 Live Meltdown, and tell me what you think.

 

I have to say I like the Priest version better than the original.

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10 hours ago, redrum said:

I used to wear Wayfarers and the thick frames in themselves had blind spots. Can't afford the damned things anymore.

California cops used to write tickets to drivers wearing sunglasses with extra wide arms that block peripheral vision. Cholos especially liked that style, and cops and CHP would pull them over all the time.

 

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Wayfarers never actually fit that category.

I own 3 pairs of Ray Ban Wayfarers  that are vintage from the '70s (back when they were still made by Bausch & Lomb).  I never loved the way Wayfarers angle downward on my face and make contact with my cheeks.

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I prefer the RayBan Balorama (kind Dirty Harry wore).

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or my vintage Bausch & Lomb amber Outdoorsman like the ones in The Big Lewbowski--- which are now very sought after on ebay.

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Somewhere at my mothers house I have a box of sunglasses including a pair of Ray Ban Olympians like Peter Fonda wore in Easy Rider. I never wore them much so they are like new. They have the same light (20% tint) as Fonda's were. Most from the era had the dark 85% tint aka G-15 lenses).  Today tinted glasses are the rage again. Not dark, not mirrors.

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What I really wish I owned were a pair of vintage Persol 714s like Steve McQueen wore in The Thomas Crown Affair

 

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6 hours ago, kipper said:

California cops used to write tickets to drivers wearing sunglasses with extra wide arms that block peripheral vision. Cholos especially liked that style, and cops and CHP would pull them over all the time.

 

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Wayfarers never actually fit that category.

I own 3 pairs of Ray Ban Wayfarers  that are vintage from the '70s (back when they were still made by Bausch & Lomb).  I never loved the way Wayfarers angle downward on my face and make contact with my cheeks.

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I prefer the RayBan Balorama (kind Dirty Harry wore).

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or my vintage Bausch & Lomb amber Outdoorsman like the ones in The Big Lewbowski--- which are now very sought after on ebay.

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Somewhere at my mothers house I have a box of sunglasses including a pair of Ray Ban Olympians like Peter Fonda wore in Easy Rider. I never wore them much so they are like new. They have the same light (20% tint) as Fonda's were. Most from the era had the dark 85% tint aka G-15 lenses).  Today tinted glasses are the rage again. Not dark, not mirrors.

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What I really wish I owned were a pair of vintage Persol 714s like Steve McQueen wore in The Thomas Crown Affair

 

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Cholos. They still look like a bunch of cloned idiots, just like antifa. Anyway...............................................

I always liked the Wayfarer's to ride my bike as the slant made them more aerodynamic. I never noticed the Steve McQueen shades. I wouldn't mind having a pair. Of course Clint would look cool in anything. 👍:bubble:

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The scourge of the land and it never stops. These local dumb fuck white boy 'gangstas' who drive around playing that aggravating, repetitious rap shit with the booming bass. If they ever did drive through a ghetto they'd shit their pants.

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On 9/2/2020 at 1:09 AM, redrum said:

The scourge of the land and it never stops. These local dumb fuck white boy 'gangstas' who drive around playing that aggravating, repetitious rap shit with the booming bass. If they ever did drive through a ghetto they'd shit their pants.

So true

 

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Last week I booked my first Covid-era flight on American to Phoenix.  This week I got an e-mail "inviting" me to choose my seats for the fights.  Upon clicking the link, the diagram shows all seats available - none show any social distancing AND the cheapest I can choose are $15 a pop!  I HATE the airlines and hope they do go under! 

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On 9/2/2020 at 5:09 PM, redrum said:

The scourge of the land and it never stops. These local dumb fuck white boy 'gangstas' who drive around playing that aggravating, repetitious rap shit with the booming bass. If they ever did drive through a ghetto they'd shit their pants.

That's not a pet peeve for me, rather it triggers homicidal madness. An endless parade of assholes driving their $200.00 cars with $2,000 stereo systems installed in them is among the Top 5 reasons I don't care if I ever live in the USA again.

 

9 hours ago, Stryder1978 said:

Last week I booked my first Covid-era flight on American to Phoenix.  This week I got an e-mail "inviting" me to choose my seats for the fights.  Upon clicking the link, the diagram shows all seats available - none show any social distancing AND the cheapest I can choose are $15 a pop!  I HATE the airlines and hope they do go under! 

The airline website are scamming like Ticket Bastard now. When making seat selections they try to steer you into premium seats by showing the flight is nearly full, yet when you actually fly the flight is 3/4 empty. 

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2 hours ago, SteveAJones said:

That's not a pet peeve for me, rather it triggers homicidal madness. An endless parade of assholes driving their $200.00 cars with $2,000 stereo systems installed in them is among the Top 5 reasons I don't care if I ever live in the USA again.

I'm next to a drive through bank and a real idiot will pass through now and then.

whiteboys | theblogkishot

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2 hours ago, redrum said:

I'm next to a drive through bank and a real idiot will pass through now and then.

whiteboys | theblogkishot

Is this a real picture you took? They are trying to be rappers or something?Poor wannabes, if they only knew how stupid they look.

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Insurance companies rub me the wrong way, you pay weekly from your check, then you have a service done and you get a surprise bill in the mail for a couple of hundred dollars, you thought you only had to pay a specialist copay of $50.

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14 hours ago, RainbowElf said:

Is this a real picture you took? They are trying to be rappers or something?Poor wannabes, if they only knew how stupid they look.

It's real, but I pulled it off Google. They're just like the white kid in Gran Torino. It's all good, bro. 😄

Gran Torino (clip 6 -part 1)- "What's all this "bro" shit, anyway?" -  YouTube

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On 8/30/2020 at 6:25 PM, redrum said:

Cholos. They still look like a bunch of cloned idiots, just like antifa. Anyway...............................................

I always liked the Wayfarer's to ride my bike as the slant made them more aerodynamic. I never noticed the Steve McQueen shades. I wouldn't mind having a pair. Of course Clint would look cool in anything. 👍:bubble:

Lot of Cholos here in SoCal.  I think they were invented here in the Los Angeles area.  Lot of everything here in SoCal.

 

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On 9/5/2020 at 8:55 PM, kipper said:

Lot of Cholos here in SoCal.  I think they were invented here in the Los Angeles area.  Lot of everything here in SoCal.

 

I call them 'Clone Boys.' 😄

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On 9/7/2020 at 1:13 AM, redrum said:

I call them 'Clone Boys.' 😄

We have lots of names for the subculture here.  In my father's day they were called "Pachukos" they wore Zoot suits but mostly stayed on the East side of the L.A. river in a area of Los Angeles called "Boyle Heights"--- (classic East L.A.).

When I was in high school they were just called "cholos". They wore khaki slacks with perfect creases, Hush puppy loafers, Pendelton shirts with collars buttoned to the top, but the lower buttons open revealing their  "wife beater" style white t-shirts underneath.  None of them wore baseball caps like today, they wore either bandannas or hairnets, and all drove low riders (usually Chevy Impalas but Buick Rivieras if they had more money)--- all with those tiny "chain link" steering wheels and the 'organ pipe' speakers on the rear window deck.   Everything looked right out of Cheech and Chong movie. And they all had  gang names like Popeye, Casper, Joker, Rascal, Chato, Nacho. And with the girls there was always at least one named "Sad Girl" sporting a "mi vida loca' tattoo on her hand (three dots).  But to be a "veterano" (what someone today would call O.G./ original gangster) you had to be pretty mild mannered and in control. They didn't tolerate some of the antics you see today--- brought too much police attention. Most of the older Veteranos were actually pretty cool having been around the block enough times to not need to prove a damn thing.

When I was in high school there were different areas where the surfers hung out, were the "socs"  / cheerleader types hung out;  the stoners (we called them "heshers" with their grungy long hair and always high). But the part of the school where the Cholos hung out was called "hard look hallway"; they all stood in a row in that classic Cholo stance throwing shade on everyone that walked by.

 

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3 hours ago, kipper said:

We have lots of names for the subculture here.  In my father's day they were called "Pachukos" they wore Zoot suits but mostly stayed on the East side of the L.A. river in a area of Los Angeles called "Boyle Heights"--- (classic East L.A.).

When I was in high school they were just called "cholos". They wore khaki slacks with perfect creases, Hush puppy loafers, Pendelton shirts with collars buttoned to the top, but the lower buttons open revealing their  "wife beater" style white t-shirts underneath.  None of them wore baseball caps like today, they wore either bandannas or hairnets, and all drove low riders (usually Chevy Impalas but Buick Rivieras if they had more money)--- all with those tiny "chain link" steering wheels and the 'organ pipe' speakers on the rear window deck.   Everything looked right out of Cheech and Chong movie. And they all had  gang names like Popeye, Casper, Joker, Rascal, Chato, Nacho. And with the girls there was always at least one named "Sad Girl" sporting a "mi vida loca' tattoo on her hand (three dots).  But to be a "veterano" (what someone today would call O.G./ original gangster) you had to be pretty mild mannered and in control. They didn't tolerate some of the antics you see today--- brought too much police attention. Most of the older Veteranos were actually pretty cool having been around the block enough times to not need to prove a damn thing.

When I was in high school there were different areas where the surfers hung out, were the "socs"  / cheerleader types hung out;  the stoners (we called them "heshers" with their grungy long hair and always high). But the part of the school where the Cholos hung out was called "hard look hallway"; they all stood in a row in that classic Cholo stance throwing shade on everyone that walked by.

 

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That's funny. Today I was looking at a bunch of old clothes hanging in the garage that the landlady wants to get rid of. She pulled out a wife beater t-shirt and I told her, but she didn't know what it meant. 😄I still know a couple of homeboys and always got along good with them. All dressed the same. I never cared for Pendleton shirts. I always laugh at the girls when they all say: Cus it's like, you know! That chick on the right looks like my brother's wife.

My brother and wife lived in east L.A. in the early 70's. They were there when that big quake hit and I had left a week before. I stayed with them for a couple months but couldn't hack the area and headed back to S.F. I did like fishing in Malibu.

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4 hours ago, kipper said:

We have lots of names for the subculture here.  In my father's day they were called "Pachukos" they wore Zoot suits but mostly stayed on the East side of the L.A. river in a area of Los Angeles called "Boyle Heights"--- (classic East L.A.).

When I was in high school they were just called "cholos". They wore khaki slacks with perfect creases, Hush puppy loafers, Pendelton shirts with collars buttoned to the top, but the lower buttons open revealing their  "wife beater" style white t-shirts underneath.  None of them wore baseball caps like today, they wore either bandannas or hairnets, and all drove low riders (usually Chevy Impalas but Buick Rivieras if they had more money)--- all with those tiny "chain link" steering wheels and the 'organ pipe' speakers on the rear window deck.   Everything looked right out of Cheech and Chong movie. And they all had  gang names like Popeye, Casper, Joker, Rascal, Chato, Nacho. And with the girls there was always at least one named "Sad Girl" sporting a "mi vida loca' tattoo on her hand (three dots).  But to be a "veterano" (what someone today would call O.G./ original gangster) you had to be pretty mild mannered and in control. They didn't tolerate some of the antics you see today--- brought too much police attention. Most of the older Veteranos were actually pretty cool having been around the block enough times to not need to prove a damn thing.

When I was in high school there were different areas where the surfers hung out, were the "socs"  / cheerleader types hung out;  the stoners (we called them "heshers" with their grungy long hair and always high). But the part of the school where the Cholos hung out was called "hard look hallway"; they all stood in a row in that classic Cholo stance throwing shade on everyone that walked by.

 

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Odelay Holmes... Looks and sounds like the movie American Me. That is a classic movie BTW.

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Two assholes of late running a red light right in front of me. One dick on a bike and another prick in a Jeep. Hoping their luck runs out with a big rig.

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10 hours ago, Mr.Bones said:

Odelay Holmes... Looks and sounds like the movie American Me. That is a classic movie BTW.

Haven't heard anyone say "odelay" in years.  Made me laugh.

 

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15 hours ago, Mr.Bones said:

Odelay Holmes... Looks and sounds like the movie American Me. That is a classic movie BTW.

Hey essay.

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9 hours ago, kipper said:

Haven't heard anyone say "odelay" in years.  Made me laugh.

 

I have a pic somewhere of a mural in SF and one of the characters is saying that.

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6 hours ago, RainbowElf said:

Hey essay.

You forgot to add "vato".  And BTW it's "ese".

"Check out this ese vato in the chopped chort ranfla homes!"

White boy translation:  "Check out this dude driving the chopped and lowered lowrider, bro!"

Or they might say, "Orale ese vato!"  Translated: "right on man!"  Or "Orale carnal"  meaning "right on brother!"

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1 hour ago, kipper said:

You forgot to add "vato".  And BTW it's "ese".

"Check out this ese vato in the chopped chort ranfla homes!"

White boy translation:  "Check out this dude driving the chopped and lowered lowrider, bro!"

Or they might say, "Orale ese vato!"  Translated: "right on man!"  Or "Orale carnal"  meaning "right on brother!"

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Yeah couldn’t figure out how to spell ese, so I spelled it essay, lol, those are some vato loucos.

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