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T.I.P. 12-10-2007 01:15 PM

when I was 7 years old i used to listen to 8-tracks of Billy Joel and sing along to the music. Unfortunately for my parents, I would do this with headphones on, so my tuning was way way off. I think they got a kick out of it, because they still laugh about it.

lukkucairi 12-10-2007 01:46 PM

we had 8-tracks of bagpipe music and Frankie Laine.

Hyakujo's Fox 12-10-2007 05:48 PM

Edison reciting Mary had a Little Lamb, now that was a wax cylinder.

topcat 12-10-2007 06:18 PM

i had 8 tracks. i think the first was led zepplin 2.

Marcus Bales 12-11-2007 04:42 AM

What's your idea of the ideal age to be?

Frieda 12-11-2007 04:51 AM

8

craig johnston 12-11-2007 06:08 AM

^^
yes.

or 32

madasacutsnake 12-11-2007 06:52 AM

28.

T.I.P. 12-11-2007 07:36 AM

30, for the moment

brightpearl 12-11-2007 09:06 AM

Dunno, maybe I haven't reached it yet.
I agree that 30ish is pretty good, though. It's possible to be a real adult by then, but there are also still a lot of options.

Stephi_B 12-11-2007 09:56 AM

12 or 25 1/3

^ & ^^ & ^^^^: So I won't have to shoot myself with 30 as I had planned initially (when ca. 16 and pretty ageist) ;)

trisherina 12-11-2007 10:34 AM

I'll stick w/ 8

Angry Kid Hoyt 12-11-2007 11:45 AM

Bronze

lukkucairi 12-11-2007 01:11 PM

34

failing that, 9

failing that, I'd vote for iron :)

topcat 12-11-2007 01:25 PM

92

auntie aubrey 12-12-2007 12:23 AM

up through age 21 i figured it was 22. when i turned 22 i decided it was 23. i stand by that revision even today.

Jack Flanders 12-12-2007 02:28 AM

28

Marcus Bales 12-12-2007 02:47 AM

What online magazine do you read regularly?

http://www.aldaily.com for me.

Stephi_B 12-12-2007 07:36 AM

http://www.spiegel.de/ and http://www.newscientist.com/home.ns

zero 12-12-2007 12:14 PM

och dearie me what a bloody boring ¿ question of the day ? ... i dunno.. GROCER'S FVCKKEN WEEKLY or something

lukkucairi 12-12-2007 12:15 PM

I'd like a subscription to GROCER'S FVCKKEN WEEKLY^^

can you point me in the right direction?

zero 12-12-2007 12:23 PM

you have to be an actual grocer

lukkucairi 12-12-2007 01:19 PM

I don't care what you say erzo, I could out-groce YOU any day.

zero 12-12-2007 01:50 PM

^been reading COMPETITIVE CROCERING! magazine

lukkucairi 12-12-2007 01:56 PM

fastest FVCKKEN GROCER! in the west.

zero 12-12-2007 02:12 PM

stop this madness - just drop the aubergine and step away from the tradesman's entrance

lukkucairi 12-12-2007 03:25 PM

wuss!

In competitive grocing there is no room for pacifism. I shall see you at the Grand Grocer Tourney this spring, Sir Rzeo, and we shall then see whose aubergines are the mightier!

T.I.P. 12-12-2007 03:36 PM

i bet i can bag groceries faster than the both of you !

paper OR plastic

zero 12-12-2007 04:18 PM

^bagging? ...bagging?? you might get a job as a saturday-boy if that's all you can do


bagging is an activity which an elite grocer considers to be beneath him


you see, son, grocers deal in staple foodstuffs such as meats, produce or dairy products and other household supplies.

and then there's your greengrocers..

brightpearl 12-12-2007 05:08 PM

^all that up there is fun. :D

I read Trilobite Fancy.

T.I.P. 12-12-2007 05:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by zero (Post 371288)
^bagging? ...bagging
you see, son, grocers deal in staple foodstuffs such as meats, produce or dairy products and other household supplies.

and then there's your greengrocers..

i am not interested in "dealing", and i am delighted to leave it to the bourgeois grocer, who for all his pompousness knows nothing of the uncut pleasure of a nice bagging...

...the reassuring "meep" of the product as it passes through the loving hands of the cashier...

...the thrill of the chase, as the product slides down the chute...

...the look of gratitude as another satisfied customer leaves the mini-mart...

Marcus Bales 12-12-2007 05:21 PM

The Song against Grocers
G. K. Chesterton

GOD made the wicked Grocer
For a mystery and a sign,
That men might shun the awful shops
And go to inns to dine;
Where the bacon's on the rafter
And the wine is in the wood,
And God that made good laughter
Has seen that they are good.

The evil-hearted Grocer
Would call his mother 'Ma'am,'
And bow at her and bob at her,
Her aged soul to damn,
And rub his horrid hands and ask
What article was next,
Though mortis in articulo
Should be her proper text.

His props are not his children,
But pert lads underpaid,
Who call out 'Cash!' and bang about
To work his wicked trade;
He keeps a lady in a cage
Most cruelly all day
And makes her count and calls her 'Miss'
Until she fades away.

The righteous minds of innkeepers
Induce them now and then
To crack a bottle with a friend
Or treat unmoneyed men,
But who hath seen the Grocer
Treat housemaids to his teas
Or crack a bottle of fish-sauce
Or stand a man a cheese?

He sells us sands of Araby
As sugar for cash down;
He sweeps his shop and sells the dust
The purest salt in town,
He crams with cans of poisoned meat
The subjects of the King,
And when they die by thousands
Why, he laughs like anything.

The wicked Grocer groces
In spirits and in wine,
Not frankly and in fellowship
As men in inns do dine;
But packed with soap and sardines
And carried off by grooms,
For to be snatched by Duchesses
And drunk in dressing-rooms.

The hell-instructed Grocer
Has a temple made of tin,
And the ruin of good innkeepers
Is loudly urged therein;
But now the sands are running out
From sugar of a sort,
The Grocer trembles; for his time,
Just like his weight, is short.

Brynn 12-12-2007 05:35 PM

Back in the day, I used to read Salon.com before they started charging for it. It was well worth price, but at the same time Anne LaMott stopped being a regular columnist and I fell out of the habit.

craig johnston 12-12-2007 05:35 PM

zitty

trisherina 12-13-2007 03:00 AM

Magazines make me uncomfortable. They're all right for other people, but they make me wince, even as I enjoy them. We could never be tight.

Stephi_B 12-13-2007 07:28 AM

^^Read the analog version always at the hairdresser's or doctor's waiting room, rarely buy it ---->>----->> bookmarked it :)



New question: ¿What/Who pissed you off?

Frieda 12-13-2007 07:35 AM

well, usually i piss myself off

like right now, when i am late for an appointment with the office doc and i'm still eating my bread and typing this

Stephi_B 12-13-2007 07:42 AM

^Same here! :o

Plus: Dishonesty, cruelty/violence against children and (as more minor things) cold rain as well as tussis (hard to translate, a certain type of superficial girls) / tussi-like behaviour

brightpearl 12-13-2007 08:10 AM

Not much actually pisses me off, although I often get bemusedly irritated. But, like Stephi, anything that threatens the well-being of any child pisses me off royally. The threshold is somewhat lower when it's my own child.

trisherina 12-13-2007 10:31 AM

Injustice, wherever I find it. Where people are unfair to one another and violate the golden rule, especially with intent. Where your fist touches the other guy's nose. They say I tilt at too many windmills, but they say a lot of stuff.


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