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  • Gards
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    Originally posted by revjimk View Post

    Not sure if you care, but congratulations on the 1st Aussie to win the Indianapolis 500...
    His name is "Will Power".... & strangely enough, he said in his interview that he's usually "a negative person".... go figure
    Thanks

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  • revjimk
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    Originally posted by Gards View Post

    Thanks
    Not sure if you care, but congratulations on the 1st Aussie to win the Indianapolis 500...
    His name is "Will Power".... & strangely enough, he said in his interview that he's usually "a negative person".... go figure

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  • revjimk
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    Originally posted by marignygreg View Post
    Try working with 20-something’s - I triple-dog dare you.


    Or 20-20 something's.
    Not only "double dog dare", but "eat my hat".... sounds like a 50s TV Western show

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  • 20-20
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    I see what you did there......

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  • marignygreg
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    Try working with 20-something’s - I triple-dog dare you.


    Or 20-20 something's.

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  • duende
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    Originally posted by 20-20 View Post

    Kemp, you used to be trained in the English prose. Do you know what this perfectly gentlemanly but verbose young man is trying to say? I thought that I was following along but then I fell into the rabbit hole and got lost.
    I notice that there is a “like” so it must be good.
    No mo’ drunk posting, then. :-) I’m working stage with a younger crew at Strawberry Music Fest this weekend and I’ll eat my hat if there are 2,000 people here. Some of the youngsters I’ve met came without being shamed into it by parents, or grandparents, so that’s encouraging. But. How does this festival continue into the 2020’s without an influx of new blood?

    My message in my O.P. was probably something about balancing meaningful modern music with geezer fav’s, star-power headliners and local acts. And the inescapable turnover of Fest staff and talent bookers. Try working with 20-something’s - I triple-dog dare you.

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  • marignygreg
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    Originally posted by revjimk View Post

    I boogied to zydeco for 20 years before earning how to do the partner dance. Loved moving to music since watching The Lone Ranger in the 50s & "riding my horse" on the arm of the couch during William Tell Overture (Lone Ranger theme)
    Thanks.

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  • revjimk
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    Originally posted by marignygreg View Post

    What were you like before ?
    I boogied to zydeco for 20 years before learning how to do the partner dance. Loved moving to music since watching The Lone Ranger in the 50s & "riding my horse" on the arm of the couch during William Tell Overture (Lone Ranger theme)
    Last edited by revjimk; 05-27-2018, 09:40 AM.

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  • marignygreg
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    Originally posted by revjimk View Post

    Nobody is, if they pay attention. Changes your life for the better!
    What were you like before ?

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  • thebluesdoctor
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    Originally posted by revjimk View Post

    Nobody is, if they pay attention. Changes your life for the better!
    Truer words have not been spoken.

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  • Jim
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    Originally posted by Canine Horror View Post

    Wait, you were at the Wolf? I was there up front the whole show and it was great. I can't work out why his fest shows have been so laid back and low key in recent years, but it's certainly not coincidental.

    It was good to see you (albeit for only about 10 seconds) at the Saturn Bar. If I would have realised you were leaving for the night, I would have chatted longer. That was a hell of a show!
    Damn, I wish I had seen you at the Anders Wolf show. I was to the left of the soundboard. Really enjoyed the show. Glad I ran into you at the Saturn. I was planning on coming back for the 2nd set but I was with some Jazzfest/New Orleans virgins and once we got outside for some fresh air they decided to pack it in for the night so I grabbed a cab with them. King James & the Special Men just keep getting better. They are so much fun. Hope to see you at the Crescent City Blues festival this year.

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  • revjimk
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    Originally posted by Kemp View Post

    You haven't been the same since you took those Zydeco dancing lessons.
    Nobody is, if they pay attention. Changes your life for the better!

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  • revjimk
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    Originally posted by Canine Horror View Post

    This is the second post by the Rev in a week, with which I 100% concur. What's happening to me?
    You're smart, & have good taste in music!

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  • Kemp
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    Originally posted by Canine Horror View Post

    This is the second post by the Rev in a week, with which I 100% concur. What's happening to me?
    You haven't been the same since you took those Zydeco dancing lessons.

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  • Gards
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    Originally posted by Canine Horror View Post

    This is the second post by the Rev in a week, with which I 100% concur. What's happening to me?
    Thanks

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