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2 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
Well, as Del Preston said, Keith can't be killed by conventional weapons. I think you have to retrieve some sacred dagger from atop an unreachable summit where you have to answer an impossible riddle.
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2 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
Could somebody re-post this?
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2 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
QuoteLieB Deluxe editions are impractical. Instead of deciding which albums outtakes belong to, let alone releasing officially released material for the 15th time, they should make a Bootleg Series or an Anthology project. That's definitely the way to go, but the Stones like to be as impractical as possible it seems. If you want something you're going to buy a bunch of useless crap a
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2 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
QuoteBILLPERKS QuoteHMS The close-ups are wonderful, I dont want to have it any other way. I agree, different perspective with equal band screen time. Yes, there did seem to be a more equal share of screen time for the rest of the band, plenty of Bill and Charlie, even quite a bit of Stu. I don't really see the point if you can't see what they're doing though. Facial expressi
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2 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteNoCode0680 After Brussels, Leeds '82 was my second favorite release of the Google Play series, and I was REALLY looking forward to the CD/DVD release. I listen to the show often and I was looking forward to seeing it. I turned it off like 5-6 songs in though. Maybe I'll finish it later, but it was the most boring concert video I'd seen. Looks like i
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2 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
After Brussels, Leeds '82 was my second favorite release of the Google Play series, and I was REALLY looking forward to the CD/DVD release. I listen to the show often and I was looking forward to seeing it. I turned it off like 5-6 songs in though. Maybe I'll finish it later, but it was the most boring concert video I'd seen. Looks like it was a great concert, but the DVD is ju
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2 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
QuoteHappy Jackskiffle, which is the first truly British music (if not derived from American folk, country and blues). And American skiffle. It was a skiffle revival in the UK, not the invention of it.
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2 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
RIP. I saw the Globetrotters once, but he had left the team by that point. It was sometime in the mid-80's I think. Whenever Nancy Lieberman was playing for the Generals.
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2 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
QuoteThe Sicilian Quotestones2000 QuoteThe Sicilian How does this Finn character walk onto the set after one mission as a storm trooper and start wielding a lightsaber like a seasoned Jedi? He also activates it initially like he carried one his entire life. Just another tick in the poor directing column. To be fair, he lost every lightsaber duel he fought. He wasn't portrayed as being
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2 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
QuoteNaturalust QuoteNoCode0680 QuoteTornAndFried I have a question for all. What is,the function of the white armour suits that the Storm Troopers wear in the film? Besides making them easier to be seen and restricting movement it apparently offers no real protection from any type of weapons. Like a lot of armor, they do provide some protection but not total. They won't stop direct blast
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2 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
QuoteTornAndFried I have a question for all. What is,the function of the white armour suits that the Storm Troopers wear in the film? Besides making them easier to be seen and restricting movement it apparently offers no real protection from any type of weapons. Like a lot of armor, they do provide some protection but not total. They won't stop direct blaster fire but will absorb the ener
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2 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
QuoteGasLightStreet So you are an exception. It's good that you're insulted, because that means you know there's truth to it. All the beards I see are too interested in their phones and ugly clothes. You've stated you are not. Good. Plus 1 for millennials. The millennials I know all prefer the OT to the PT. In fact their film tastes seem to be mostly 60's through 90�
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2 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
QuoteDrPete I also got a kick out of the temper tantrums that Solos son through. Reminded me of the time I smashed my transistor radio after the StL Cardinals blew a game in the 9th inning. I was 12. He was all man compared to his Emo grandfather.
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2 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
Quotedmay About the movie, yeah, it harkens back to the first Star Wars movie in 1977 in that it's an origin story. It weaves the new with the old. Yet, it takes us to a place that's different with a strong self reliant woman as the main character, the emergent leader. I really enjoyed it, but if you don't admit the plot was a rehash you're either in denial or haven't s
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2 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
Quotewhitem8 That is impossible due to the time frame. Just the fact that The Force Awakens takes place 40 years after the Return of the Jedi. That would make her at least 40 plus, which she is nowhere near Rey's age in the Force Awakens. It takes place 30 years after RotJ, but it's roughly 35 years since Ben died in ANH. Which I'd still say is too long.
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2 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
I really enjoyed it, compared to the prequels. Seeing TPM in '99 was a bitter disappointment. I was a huge Star Wars fan as a kid, in the Lucasfilm fanclub, subscriber to the Star Wars Marvel comic, read a bunch of the EU books, etc. Then I saw that Ep. I crap and was angry. The prequels got better with each film, but never really felt like a Star Wars movie. More like a video game. Thi
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2 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
The search is over, I can stop carving Boogie amps out of my mashed potatoes. I've never heard the show actually, just a few bits and pieces. Years ago I downloaded a bootleg of it, there may be better sources available now, or even then. But it wasn't anything I was interested in hearing, especially because Taylor was pretty much non-existent in the mix. And the rest of the band
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3 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
Is this the same program sold at the shows?
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3 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
I remember my first Stones show. I wasn't "#SO EXCITED", because # was just what you pressed after putting your number in somebody's pager. But the first time was the best time for me, hope you have a blast.
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3 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
QuoteKurt So, these VIP posters look completely unique from the ones offered at the shows. Correct? I'm curious about the other tour stops. I just got my package for the Arlington show, and I didn't see this poster anywhere, though maybe it was there. I'd prefer one of the ones I saw, but this will be OK. It just looks like they took the "rally towel" design a
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3 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
No particular order Cotton Bowl Halloween '81 Brussels '73 First Show Empire Pool '73 Fort Worth June 24th '72 Second Show Paris '76
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3 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
Quotewaterrats OK, apart from zipping the zipper - what's up there then?? Eventually, after zipping the zipper up/down a few times it went to another page with a big picture of Keith and basically announcing the re-release and linking to various places you can buy it like the official store, Amazon, Google Play, etc.
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3 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
Maybe Keith Richard is feuding with the letter S again.
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3 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
The thought of a cherub wearing a "factory-distressed Steel Wheels shirt" cracked me up.
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3 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
I'd be pissed. Maybe if I were somebody who got to see The Stones a lot it would be as good a place as any (though I'd hate to interrupt or ruin anybody else's experience), but seeing The Stones usually involves a lot of waiting and planning. And my heart (or whatever) can't wait until the show is over to give out? I'd be like "NOT NOW!!!". Terrible timing.
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3 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
You never know, just like anybody, they could actually know something or be full of it. Before any announcement of dates/venues for Zip Code, a guy on the sports radio station here in Dallas announced the date and venue of the Arlington show, and he ended up being right. Those guys aren't your regular DJ's though, they're sports writers with sources inside the stadium. But then
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3 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
Tell him they broke up
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3 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
Quoteafilosa09 QuoteValeswood This smells like Hyde Park again. Rip your fans off for a £10 download and then release it on CD a few months later. yeah, I can hold out for a few months. If they don't release it by then, I'll go for the download Yeah, I'm a little wary about Stones downloads these days. I don't mind so much that the Vault series is being released several
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3 ***years ***ago
NoCode0680
The first time I saw them, on the B2B Tour, I was a teenager and a little wild. So I walked into Texas Motor Speedway with a half ounce of pre-rolled joints that we smoked with the people around us. As a result, my memory of that night is a little spotty. I mean, I can remember a lot, and a lot of details, but it's kind of hazy at times. I'd never carry any weed into a show these
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