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Imagine how great this must sound. Dig the PA.

<http://bbs.ogo.ru/~eagle/pix/miss.jpg>

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I'm going to have nightmares tonight.


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> Imagine how great this must sound. Dig the PA.
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> <http://bbs.ogo.ru/~eagle/pix/miss.jpg>
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All I think about when I look at it is;

whooo......whooo......

Or the Russian equivalent.

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> I'm going to have nightmares tonight.
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>> Imagine how great this must sound. Dig the PA.
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>> <http://bbs.ogo.ru/~eagle/pix/miss.jpg>
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In article <1gkxqkw.1xptxcq12zn1cN%walkinay@thegrid.net>,
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> http://bbs.ogo.ru/~eagle/pix/miss.jpg


Are you sure this isn't Golden Gate Park, 1968?

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walkinay@thegrid.net (hank alrich) wrote in message news:<1gkxqkw.1xptxcq12zn1cN%walkinay@thegrid.net>...
> Imagine how great this must sound. Dig the PA.
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> <http://bbs.ogo.ru/~eagle/pix/miss.jpg>

as a father with a young daughter...

you always gotta wonder if this is her in 15 years.
 
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walkinay@thegrid.net (hank alrich) wrote in message news:<1gkxqkw.1xptxcq12zn1cN%walkinay@thegrid.net>...
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> <http://bbs.ogo.ru/~eagle/pix/miss.jpg>


Ow, ow... geez. Hard on the eyes for sure.
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I'm wondering what drug's she's taking, just to stand there.
Tom

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> All I think about when I look at it is;
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> whooo......whooo......
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> Or the Russian equivalent.
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hank alrich wrote:
> Imagine how great this must sound. Dig the PA.

To what are you referring?
The PA system or the bellowing wildebeest?

;-)

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"hank alrich" <walkinay@thegrid.net> wrote in message
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> <http://bbs.ogo.ru/~eagle/pix/miss.jpg>


a muddy music festival f@#K is the best. even if she is busting outta that
leather...

the point is if you are sober enough to tell, you ain't working the festival
for all it's worth.
cite: i have attended the Roskilde Music Festival the last 4 years in a row.
(the largest European festival {+100,000 folks})

ha.

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"Hev" wrote >

> the point is if you are sober enough to tell, you ain't working the
> festival
> for all it's worth.

She was already toasted before she left the house. Had to be, in order to
make that wardrobe choice.
 
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<< i have attended the Roskilde Music Festival the last 4 years in a row.
>>



Yes, the ultimate Charles Ives experience, where you can hear at least 2 other
stages from whatever stage you are attending or performing on. I'm surprised
any plant life grows within 10 miles of that toxic piss sponge.

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> << i have attended the Roskilde Music Festival the last 4 years in a row.
> >>


>
> Yes, the ultimate Charles Ives experience, where you can hear at least 2
other
> stages from whatever stage you are attending or performing on. I'm
surprised
> any plant life grows within 10 miles of that toxic piss sponge.
>

Haha. Yes, this summer the festival got more rain than in decades. It was
horrible... walking through piss/mud/water. But I'll be there again next
year, I'm addicted.

I too have wondered how anything grows there, especially along the fences.

Explain the Charles Ives reference. Never heard.


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<< Explain the Charles Ives reference. Never heard. >>



Charles Ives was an early 20th century American composer who often had several
largely if not completely unrelated themes going simultaneously. One piece
involves recreating the sense of several marching bands approaching a town
square from opposite directions, playing unrelated tunes, meeting & passing by
one another. He is basically the father of contemporary American
serious/formal/"classical" composition.
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Tommy B wrote:

> I'm wondering what drug's she's taking, just to stand there.
> Tom

I think she's rockin', for some value of rockin'. It's a still photo,
see? <g>

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"Taylor Miller" <n5ugh@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> "Hev" wrote >
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> > the point is if you are sober enough to tell, you ain't working the
> > festival
> > for all it's worth.
>
> She was already toasted before she left the house. Had to be, in order to
> make that wardrobe choice.

Hilarious. I can usually contain laughter when just reading... not this
time.


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ScotFraser wrote:

> > i have attended the Roskilde Music Festival the last 4 years in a row.

> Yes, the ultimate Charles Ives experience, where you can hear at least 2 other
> stages from whatever stage you are attending or performing on. I'm surprised
> any plant life grows within 10 miles of that toxic piss sponge.

Aaah, the stench of international music diplomacy in the morning.

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"ScotFraser" <scotfraser@aol.com> wrote in message
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> << Explain the Charles Ives reference. Never heard. >>


>
> Charles Ives was an early 20th century American composer who often had
several
> largely if not completely unrelated themes going simultaneously. One piece
> involves recreating the sense of several marching bands approaching a town
> square from opposite directions, playing unrelated tunes, meeting &
passing by
> one another. He is basically the father of contemporary American
> serious/formal/"classical" composition.
> Scott Fraser

Gotcha.
Yeah, Roskilde is a bit like that.

Too bad the right wing got into office in Denmark. There used to be this
place called Christiania, sort of like a free state within the city of
Copenhagen, that used to have kiosks where {really good} marijuana was sold
openly but not totally legally. Now the kiosks are gone... and the right
wing are trying to get rid of Christiania so they can throw up some
apartments and business offices. Total B.S.

Save Christiania!!! http://www.christiania.org/~tb/save/


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"Hev" <none@youwouldknow.com> wrote in message
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> "ScotFraser" <scotfraser@aol.com> wrote in message
> news:20041001121029.25170.00001753@mb-m04.aol.com...
> > << Explain the Charles Ives reference. Never heard. >>


> >
> > Charles Ives was an early 20th century American composer who often had
> several
> > largely if not completely unrelated themes going simultaneously. One
piece
> > involves recreating the sense of several marching bands approaching a
town
> > square from opposite directions, playing unrelated tunes, meeting &
> passing by
> > one another. He is basically the father of contemporary American
> > serious/formal/"classical" composition.
> > Scott Fraser
>
> Gotcha.
> Yeah, Roskilde is a bit like that.
>
> Too bad the right wing got into office in Denmark. There used to be this
> place called Christiania, sort of like a free state within the city of
> Copenhagen, that used to have kiosks where {really good} marijuana was
sold
> openly but not totally legally. Now the kiosks are gone... and the right
> wing are trying to get rid of Christiania so they can throw up some
> apartments and business offices. Total B.S.
>
> Save Christiania!!! http://www.christiania.org/~tb/save/

Here is an article about Christiania's plight
http://travel.guardian.co.uk/countries/story/0,7451,1210066,00.html


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<< Too bad the right wing got into office in Denmark. There used to be this
place called Christiania, sort of like a free state within the city of
Copenhagen, that used to have kiosks where {really good} marijuana was sold
openly but not totally legally. Now the kiosks are gone... >>



Well, it's not really that long of a drive to Amsterdam, where you can at least
buy your smoking materials with Euros.

Scott Fraser
 
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