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Posted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 8:48 pm
by Fester Von Zesterberg
Breasts with freckles have always aroused me, particularly those with large pink nipples like those of Ann Margaret.

Posted: Sat Feb 11, 2006 12:08 am
by DJMurphy
Fester Von Zesterberg wrote:Breasts with freckles have always aroused me, particularly those with large pink nipples like those of Ann Margaret.

Sven, is that you??

Some catty poster on one of those links to the Vanity Fair photos suggested a game of connect the dots. Even tho' that's questionably tasteless, it's still a pretty funny thing to say...

Posted: Sat Feb 11, 2006 2:16 am
by grounded5am
DJMurphy wrote:
beginthebegin wrote:While we're on the topic, did anyone pick up DirtyStick's latest, 29?

Ol' Dirty Stick... I like it!!! ;P



i agree completely. liked it much better than jacksonville city nights. the consensus by a lot of people seems to be that jacksonville is a great cd and better than 29. i found it to be the opposite. aftet coming off ryan's best cd ever, cold roses, jacksonville was very disappointing.

Posted: Sat Feb 11, 2006 3:21 am
by thinsafetypin
whoa whoa whoa whoa. grounded, i know we have vastly different tastes, but let me get something straight. you think cold roses was better than gold or heartbreaker?

Posted: Sat Feb 11, 2006 8:31 am
by Sven Killer Robot Spacema
DJMurphy wrote:[]
Sven, is that you??.


Zat me Santy Clauz? I wish. Were they talking about connect the dots with one of them thar ZZ Top Pearl Necklaces?

Posted: Sat Feb 11, 2006 12:28 pm
by Fester Von Zesterberg
Sven Killer Robot Spacema wrote:
DJMurphy wrote:[]
Sven, is that you??.


Zat me Santy Clauz? I wish. Were they talking about connect the dots with one of them thar ZZ Top Pearl Necklaces?


Sven... my friends call me "Zesty". You can call me Mr. Von Zesterberg.

Posted: Sat Feb 11, 2006 2:25 pm
by booker
I thought Jacksonville City Nights was incredible, maybe his best album -- and certainly his most consistent. 29, on the other hand, has some serious issues. I could easily cut half the songs (what would that make it, like, a four-song EP?).

Posted: Sun Feb 12, 2006 7:58 pm
by beginthebegin
grounded5am wrote:
DJMurphy wrote:
beginthebegin wrote:While we're on the topic, did anyone pick up DirtyStick's latest, 29?

Ol' Dirty Stick... I like it!!! ;P



i agree completely. liked it much better than jacksonville city nights. the consensus by a lot of people seems to be that jacksonville is a great cd and better than 29. i found it to be the opposite. aftet coming off ryan's best cd ever, cold roses, jacksonville was very disappointing.


Grounded: Did you even read my post? I thought I made my argument pretty clear -- Jacksonville was fantastic, and 29 is a pile of shit. I mean you can agree or disagree, but how can you "agree completely" and then turn around and say you "found it to be the opposite?"

Posted: Tue Feb 14, 2006 1:35 pm
by Tim
I loved Cold Roses and Jacksonville, probably 2 of the best things he has come out with in a while. 29 isn't very good, though I do like the opening Grateful Dead 'Truckin rip off song' and 'Strawberry Wine' is a pretty song too. The rest of the album is so depressing and slow, I suggest keeping all sharp objects away from you when you listen to it, haha. Probably not something I will listen to alot.

When I saw him in Atlanta last year, he played some of these at the end of the show and lots of people left, but at that point the show had gone on for almost 3 hours I think. He needs to stick with the Cardinals. They are great.

Posted: Tue Feb 14, 2006 3:13 pm
by trainwreck2
couldn't the same be said of much of her movie career?

DJMurphy wrote: Even tho' that's questionably tasteless, it's still a pretty funny thing to say...