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- I need two more boat drinks
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- Joined: February 11, 2011 5:28 pm
- Favorite Buffett Song: OPH
- Number of Concerts: 138
- Favorite Boat Drink: Holy Water
- Location: North Coast / Put In Bay, Ohio
Diggin Scott Stowe's new Cd, Sunlight
The "Certain Ethnic ParrotHead"
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- Joined: April 12, 2002 8:00 pm
- Favorite Buffett Song: Brahma Fear
- Number of Concerts: 15
- Favorite Boat Drink: Cajun Martini
- Location: NC 36° 05' N 79° 57' W
Garcia Live Volume 1 March 1st Capitol Theatre. Very Good....Sorry for the size of the graphic.
- Party at the End of the World
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- Favorite Buffett Song: California Promises
- Number of Concerts: 30
- Favorite Boat Drink: Captain & Coke
- Location: San Diego
Vintage Trouble - The Bomb Shelter Sessions CD
Find Yourself A Lover Who Will Glue You To The Floor
- Last Man Standing
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- Joined: April 24, 2001 8:00 pm
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- Favorite Boat Drink: my next beer, as long as it's not Blandshark
Michael Oher just won the Super Bowl, he plays for the Baltimore Ravens now.conched wrote:I don't know how I missed watching Blind Side, but finally streamed online today.
what I really mean . . . I wish you were here
- On a Salty Piece of Land
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- Joined: May 11, 2002 8:00 pm
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- Favorite Boat Drink: rum
- Location: Pensacola
Finally got around to getting "Celebration Day", Led Zep, it's been out for a while but just now purchased it.
Back to livin' Floridays
It is such a feel-good story of real life people. Happy for Michael. Someone said Sandra Bullock was at the game with his family.LIPH wrote:Michael Oher just won the Super Bowl, he plays for the Baltimore Ravens now.conched wrote:I don't know how I missed watching Blind Side, but finally streamed online today.
It was just released on vinyl this week as well. I'm glad I attended one of the IMAX screenings back in October. Watching it on my home theatre system is nice but it doesn't even begin to hold a candle to the IMAX experience.Crazy Navy Flyer wrote:Finally got around to getting "Celebration Day", Led Zep, it's been out for a while but just now purchased it.
Filling in more holes thanks to the budget bin. The passing of "Dangerous" Dan Toler earlier this week put me in mind of Gregg Allman and how I don't have any of his solo records save for Low Country Blues. As for Hemispheres, it's always been one of my very favorite Rush albums. I've owned it on vinyl for years but have never gotten around to picking up it up CD.
- Under My Lone Palm
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- Favorite Buffett Song: salty piece of land
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- Favorite Boat Drink: Margarita on rocks lots of salt
- Location: The Boondocks
Well this is not very sophisticated, but many of my students have never heard of Helen Keller, so I just bought The Miracle Worker, and I will be showing it once a week. I think it will be very inspiring for them to see her story. Our unit is Against All Odds, so it fits ...
I'm just tryin to get by, being quiet and shy, in a world full of pushin and shove