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Posted: Thursday, August 12, 2010 2:03:35 AM

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Oberon wrote:
Sheesh...

Take a stupid joke and go all Google PHD...

Fine, Miss Smartypants, you put me in my place.

What song REALLY makes me cry?

Stairway To Heaven.

If I hear that piece of crud again, I swear I'll shoot myself.
(You know, I see you, searching Youtube for Led Zeppelin.
You can post it but that doesn't mean I'll play it.)

OK.
Joe Cocker's version of You Are So Beautiful To Me.
Now you've made me cry.
Happy?






Loislane wrote:
Oberon wrote:

'A Horse With No Name' by America.
...WHAT THE HELL DOES IT MEAN???



The imagery came from Dewey's childhood: "I had spent a good deal of time poking around in the high desert with my brother when we lived at Vandenberg Air Force Base [in California]. And we'd drive through Arizona and New Mexico. I loved the cactus and the heat. I was trying to capture the sights and sounds of the desert, and there was an environmental message at the end. But it's grown to mean more for me. I see now that this anonymous horse was a vehicle to get me away from all the confusion and chaos of life to a peaceful, quiet place."

The internet is brilliant...


ah...If only I could get a PHD for googling-THE DREAM (grins). Stairway to Heaven is way overplayed on classic rock radio stations. I am happy I made you cry. I'm sadistic that way. I love Joe Cocker's voice (All gravelly and almost broken but full of angst and shit)....my favourite of his is 'A little help from my friends'
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Posted: Thursday, August 12, 2010 3:49:44 AM

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"I'm happy I made you cry. I'm sadistic that way." - Loislane


Why you, I oughta, (sniffles) -
I'll get you, Miss Smartypants if it's the last thing I - "Aaahhh!" (sound of being impaled on a Googled, Anglo Saxon spear).

And which do you want to learn about, The Angles or the Saxons? - Be specific, please.

And, (this is the longest dying speech in the history of theatre), -
if we raise 'Cattle', 'Pigs' and 'Chicken' - English words,
why do we eat 'Beef', 'Ham' and 'Poultry', all derived from French words?
(Hint: we raise livestock OUTdoors and we eat INdoors).

Gotcha, right?
Admit it. you've got nothing. Nada. Zip.
Guest
Posted: Thursday, August 12, 2010 2:06:22 PM

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Oberon wrote:
"I'm happy I made you cry. I'm sadistic that way." - Loislane


Why you, I oughta, (sniffles) -
I'll get you, Miss Smartypants if it's the last thing I - "Aaahhh!" (sound of being impaled on a Googled, Anglo Saxon spear).

And which do you want to learn about, The Angles or the Saxons? - Be specific, please.

And, (this is the longest dying speech in the history of theatre), -
if we raise 'Cattle', 'Pigs' and 'Chicken' - English words,
why do we eat 'Beef', 'Ham' and 'Poultry', all derived from French words?
(Hint: we raise livestock OUTdoors and we eat INdoors).

Gotcha, right?
Admit it. you've got nothing. Nada. Zip.


Easy peasy lemon squeezy...(I don't even NEED google for this- all those history channel documentaries on TV and slight Wikipedia addiction)...William the Conquer(the French bastard conqueror of England many moons ago)...who descimated most of the Anglo- Saxon society and customs by invading/conquering England and making them the Anglo-Norman...in fact at one time in England, French was the spoken language. He intermarried his French nobles with Anglo-Saxon Lords and Ladies who agreed to accept him as King. in fact when he conquered England he couldn't even speak Anglo-Saxon English...So most french phrases like Poultry,Beef and Ham were probably introduced into the English language at that time...


(blows kiss)...come on admit it...That was brilliant...
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Posted: Thursday, August 12, 2010 2:18:37 PM

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Posted: Thursday, August 12, 2010 6:01:54 PM

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Oberon wrote:
"I'm happy I made you cry. I'm sadistic that way." - Loislane


Why you, I oughta, (sniffles) -
I'll get you, Miss Smartypants if it's the last thing I - "Aaahhh!" (sound of being impaled on a Googled, Anglo Saxon spear).

And which do you want to learn about, The Angles or the Saxons? - Be specific, please.

And, (this is the longest dying speech in the history of theatre), -
if we raise 'Cattle', 'Pigs' and 'Chicken' - English words,
why do we eat 'Beef', 'Ham' and 'Poultry', all derived from French words?
(Hint: we raise livestock OUTdoors and we eat INdoors).

Gotcha, right?
Admit it. you've got nothing. Nada. Zip.

===================================================

Easy peasy lemon squeezy...(I don't even NEED google for this- all those history channel documentaries on TV and slight Wikipedia addiction)...William the Conquer(the French bastard conqueror of England many moons ago)...who descimated most of the Anglo- Saxon society and customs by invading/conquering England and making them the Anglo-Norman...in fact at one time in England, French was the spoken language. He intermarried his French nobles with Anglo-Saxon Lords and Ladies who agreed to accept him as King. in fact when he conquered England he couldn't even speak Anglo-Saxon English...So most french phrases like Poultry,Beef and Ham were probably introduced into the English language at that time...


(blows kiss)...come on admit it...That was brilliant...

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What are you, one of those Idiot Savants, like Rain Man???
I bet you bang your head against the wall if you can't watch Wapner every day at 4:00 p.m., - or The HISTory Channel.
I know, it's the hat! You've got some sort of radio receiver under there, picks up signals from Betelgeuse or Far Centaurus with all the answers, right?

Know what I think?
I think YOU'RE the French bastard conqueror of England, so there!

(shuffles feet, looks at the floor)...but, yeah, it was kind of brilliant.

Know what song really, really, REALLY makes me cry?
Whatever song you play next on Club Zafia.

Pbbbbbbt, (blows raspberry)


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I Am Dreaming Of A White Christmas - Bing Crosby

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Posted: Saturday, August 14, 2010 3:14:22 PM

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This song has special meaning to me. I listen to it once a year on a certain painful anniversary and it absolutely wrecks me without fail. I try to avoid listening to it during the rest of the year, but was feeling a little emotionally masochistic this weekend, and decided to indulge...





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i'll be home for christmas if only in my dreams - Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton

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and yes, i just did.
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cats in the cradle - harry chapin

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Neon Moon---Brooks & Dunn
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Neon Moon---Brooks & Dunn
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What do you want the girl to do? = bozz skaggs ( I think)d'oh! d'oh!

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Posted: Wednesday, August 18, 2010 10:59:24 PM

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unanswered prayers by garth brooks cause i think of a special friend who i miss alot
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Posted: Thursday, August 19, 2010 8:59:25 PM

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such a sucky song ... but .... I can not listen to this song without the images of my infant son in my arms, finding a love that was so pure ... and he would fall asleep in my arms, and I would feel as if my heart would burst with love ... (and no this is NOT an incest story!)

Van





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Grandpa --- the Judds

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Oh Danny Boy

A jug of wine, a loaf of bread, and thee.

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Posted: Friday, August 20, 2010 8:02:26 AM

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amazing grace
it is well with my soul
the theme song from "we are soldiers"
Taps

Get on Get in Enjoy the ride
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This Is Me Your Talking Too Trisha Yearwood

A jug of wine, a loaf of bread, and thee.

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how much is that doggie in the window --- patti page

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an oldie but a goodie Grow Old With Me Mary Chapen Carpenter

A jug of wine, a loaf of bread, and thee.

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time in a bottle croce

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Tori Amos - Winter. Silent all these years. She is hynotic to watch these two really make me cry.crybaby
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Rose Love Sun Shine Nana

A jug of wine, a loaf of bread, and thee.

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Taps when played by two trumpets..causing the echo like they do for many soldiers funerals....and when Amazing Grace in play on bag pipes
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the Christmas Shoes. I'm not sure who does it, but there is a movie that goes with it by the same name.
Also Dolly Parton's I Will Always Love You.
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Who Sorry Now Connie Frances

A jug of wine, a loaf of bread, and thee.

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Your guardian angel-the red jumsuit apparatus
I love this song but it almost always makes me cry
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