Not enough time to listen to Songfight

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Not enough time to listen to Songfight

Postby fluffy » Tue Oct 05, 2004 6:42 pm

Someone needs to put more hours in the day or give me a time machine or something.
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Postby Lunkhead » Tue Oct 05, 2004 6:57 pm

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Postby Adam! » Tue Oct 05, 2004 6:57 pm

I'm petitioning the UN to enact the 36 hour day. Who wants to sign it?
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Postby Phil. Redmon. » Tue Oct 05, 2004 7:37 pm

Do we get two lunches?
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Postby c hack » Tue Oct 05, 2004 8:35 pm

Phil. Redmon. wrote:The Hell Yeahs -- Brakes and Tires


If The Hell Yeahs made a CD called "Brakes and Tires," I'd be sure to buy it, and I think a lot of other people would too. Then you'd have money for brakes and tires.

Given the situation, I of course wouldn't be upset if it was a CD-R with a printout-type insert.
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Postby Phil. Redmon. » Tue Oct 05, 2004 9:58 pm

Hmm... Noted, acknowledged, and a damn good idea.

Up with C Hack.


(It was, of course, a joke sig, but, hmm.... onto something you be.)
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Postby fodroy » Tue Oct 05, 2004 10:03 pm

Puce wrote:I'm petitioning the UN to enact the 36 hour day. Who wants to sign it?

well crap. that would kind of throw off my petition for the 24 hour year.
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Postby j$ » Wed Oct 06, 2004 1:13 am

Actually I may have a solution to songfight vs real life problem ....


I read in the paper today that a company is marketing glasses at around £300 with a built-in, movement-balanced mp3 player in the stem, uploadable with 128 mb or 256 mb memory stick and a tiny earphone. Listen to music all day at work without the bosses twigging. As long as you are / can persuade tyour bosses that you're short-sighted.

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Postby Jim of Seattle » Tue Oct 12, 2004 8:49 am

Puce wrote:I'm petitioning the UN to enact the 36 hour day. Who wants to sign it?


I would amend it to invent an eighth day of the week. My amendment calls in Jimday, but that would be up for negotiation.
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Postby Generic » Tue Oct 12, 2004 10:39 am

I think Jonday sounds catchier and more natural.

ps wtf is up with your avatar
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Postby Jim of Seattle » Tue Oct 12, 2004 11:06 am

Why, that's the legendary JP Patches and Gertrude! Following my tradition of displaying Seattle landmarks in my avatar...

J.P. hosted a daily kid's show live every damn morning for 26 years in Seattle. It's the longest running live kid's show in TV history. His sdiekick, shown here as Gertrude, played every other role in the show. JP hung it up in 1981, but still draws long lines of (now adult) admirers wherever he has appearances.

His show was popular with adults as well as kids because it was mostly improvised, and included lots of grown-up humor that went over kids' heads. He was actually a fairly hip dude. The two actually concocted some fairly involved stories that lasted for weeks at a time. The very idea of improvising live every morning for 26 years blows me away.

The first thing you can ask a Seattle native was "Were you ever on JP?" and they'll have an immediate answer for you. I was never on, but I got to go to the studio once cuz my friend's mom was on.

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Postby Leaf » Tue Oct 19, 2004 10:12 am

Damn. Not only have I not had time to review (one set of reviews in the past month) but I haven't been ablt to submit a tune since The first week of September!!!


Damn you job. Damn you bills. Damn you Chum commercial fishing season.



I'm liking the titles this week though... may hap a review or two to whet the apppetite.... and follow that up with a tune... and get no sleep all week...


well, the wife is goin away this week end....
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Postby HeuristicsInc » Tue Oct 19, 2004 10:59 am

Leaf wrote:Damn you bills.


Hey, what'd I do?
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Postby fluffy » Sat Oct 23, 2004 9:13 am

j$ wrote:Actually I may have a solution to songfight vs real life problem ....


I read in the paper today that a company is marketing glasses at around £300 with a built-in, movement-balanced mp3 player in the stem, uploadable with 128 mb or 256 mb memory stick and a tiny earphone. Listen to music all day at work without the bosses twigging. As long as you are / can persuade tyour bosses that you're short-sighted.

J$


That doesn't help when one of my job functions is sound design, meaning I have to listen to stuff which isn't Songfight. I already have an iPod.
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Postby Leaf » Tue Nov 02, 2004 12:36 pm

Interesting. As more people in our management group take off for holidays, theoretically I should have less time for listening, but intead I have more! ...hmmm.....

so far I was able to check out both of last week's fights, and I'm 1.5 of the way through this weeks, plus I've been able to check out some nuggets like Starfinger's bortwein theme song, glenn's wish list cover tune there... I've been digging lots of songfight songs recently... very nice....

it helps that I'm performing more of an administrative function right now... I sit at a desk, and monitor bos tally weights and do trucking papers, and my own job (hr) has been fairly slow... so yea.


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