Spinning records with Jonah Ray.
Spinning records with Jonah Ray.
Good memories brought up here through music. I remember reading even the thank yous and some of the weird people who would show up from time to time in there. I’d like to thank my mom, the local record store owner and Prince for that time he listened to my demo.
So many map coordinates thrown out here today. Who’s working on the NNF google map? Get on it, folks!
Movie theaters. Barricades. The curse continues?
Rich, I also read the thank yous in case the band/artist mentions someone random (and also read the lyrics that I most likely misheard)! I still prefer the CD/Vinyl version of a record because of the liner notes and album artwork.
Did Filipino Joe make an appearance at the Garage Sale?
FYI: the actress who played Joyce Dewitt in the Three’s Company MOTW: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0601609/
Melanie Deanne Moore. She’s recently been in True Jackson VP (but not Jimmy’s episode).
Born almost two years to the day after me. In case you want to know.
No Filipino Joe… I would’ve called him to tell him about the sale (and offered him the couch that goes with the love seat he bought), but his phone number didn’t get transferred from my old cell phone to my new one. Sorry Joe!
Ah, no loss. Filipino Joe woulda just stacked board games on the pillows and BOARD GAMES DO NOT GO ON PILLOWS!!!
Just got the email saying Jimmy’s coming back to Peoria next month. Pencil me in for 2 nights at least. Great news to make a decent day a better one. My wife was just asking me 2 days ago “When is Jimmy Pardo coming back to Peoria? It’s been about a year.” Well thanks for answering her question.
I was at Jimmy’s 8pm show in Toronto and I’m proud to say I was one of the first people on my feet for his well-deserved standing ovation. He killed! It made me sad to hear the other shows didn’t show him the same love. If his 8pm show on Saturday truly was better than Friday’s I would echo what Jimmy said to my fellow Torontonians…”On your feet, dumb fucks!”
Can’t for the the live NNF in Toronto! I’ll bring the popcorn.
I saw the two Friday shows and they were great.
As for the vinyl, count me out. I dunno anyone my age (22) with a record player and I find them too bulky and big. I’d much rather have a signed CD then a vinyl. Digital download is nice but if I see a comedian live and they have something to sign, I’d rather have a CD then a vinyl record.
I talked with Jimmy about comedy fans in Toronto, specifically about Pat Francis, someone who I find fucking hilarious. What I don’t get is people who are so vocal about hating him. There are many comedians I don’t like that much but I don’t vocally hate them. Their comedy simply isn’t for me and I let it go without making noise.
I think Mr. Rahman is lost.
Just watched, great laughs, am I the only one that thinks Todd looks just like Groucho Marx!! Give him a cigar and he’s ready to go.
|There are certainly a lot of details like that to take into consideration. That is a great point to bring up. I offer the thoughts above as general inspiration but clearly there are questions like the one you bring up where the most important thing will be working in honest good faith. I don?t know if best practices have emerged around things like that, but I am sure that your job is clearly identified as a fair game. Both boys and girls feel the impact of just a moment’s pleasure, for the rest of their lives.
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