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Thread: Golf anyone?
MefLiszto

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Golf anyone? 07-22-2008 16:34 Forum: General Discussion


I'm going to be in the Nashville area sometime in the next couple months and plan on playing some golf while there. I'd love to hook up with some DAMBers in the area while there. Maybe we can have a grill out afterwards. Berger's invited, as long as he doesn't throw his clubs or cheat.
Thread: what records would you throw at a zombie?
MefLiszto

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10-27-2005 00:47 Forum: General Discussion


Correction: I think that's Works, Vol 2.
Thread: what records would you throw at a zombie?
MefLiszto

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10-27-2005 00:41 Forum: General Discussion


The only record that would satiate a zombie is Brain Salad Surgery by Emerson, Lake & Palmer. If that isn't available, you could throw Works, Vol 1 which contains the song by the same name.

"Brain Salad Surgery, it'll murder you, it murders me"

How charming.

Darin
Thread: Vinyl Thoughts
MefLiszto

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10-11-2005 22:50 Forum: General Discussion


As fond as I am of vinyl, what I would really love is more big art. I really miss albums with multi-page inserts. I have Stonehill's Welcome To Paradise on vinyl and CD, and the CD insert doesn't remotely compare to that big newspaper-type insert in the LP. I even have Xerox copies of the inserts from Larry Norman's trilogy LPs, and I like to take them out and read them on occasion, even without playing the music. The inserts in the CD versions seem puny by comparison.
Thread: Terry Taylor should have his own fragrance.
MefLiszto

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07-25-2005 23:56 Forum: General Discussion


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Thread: Bruce Cockburn's Site
MefLiszto

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09-22-2004 06:30 Forum: General Discussion


I have been a big Bruce fan since hearing Dancing In The Dragon's Jaws back in 1985. I then bought Humans, which to me is by far his best work. I now have everything except Breakfast in Bangkok, Dinner in Timbuktu. As much as I like his work, his theology is pretty flaky. It is much more mystical than rational. Regarding his Christmas song on the album Just Another Burning Light, he was asked whether he believed the story happened exactly as portrayed in the Biblical account. He said he didn't know, and that he didn't think it really mattered. He has also said in the past that he doesn't think that the Bible can taken literally. In practice, that usually means not taking it seriously. He has also long been enamored with liberation theology. To his credit, he is consistent on stating that the problem with the world is humans, not institutions, as so many liberal theologians believe.
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