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« Reply #240 on: August 13, 2009, 06:53:52 PM »

UGH!

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS ON DUTY DURING MID-AIR CRASH SUSPENDED

" Teterboro air traffic controller handling the flight of the single-engine Piper plane that crashed into a chopper was talking on the phone to his girlfriend at the time of the horrific midair collision, sources said tonight...."
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« Reply #241 on: August 13, 2009, 06:56:08 PM »

On the way to the hospital this afternoon I picked up a library copy of the OBC recording of Next to Normal.  Even though the catalog record says "Synopsis and Lyrics in Container," I find no booklet in the box.  Guess I'll have to call the library tomorrow and see if they can track it down.  At least, they need to flag my record so I don't get blamed for losing it.

We also stopped at a Laz-E-Boy furniture store and I've pretty much been talked out of a chair-and-a-half.  Doug, the salesman, said they're pretty useless and uncomfortable unless you have a small child or animal to share it with an adult.  Having neither, we're exploring other options.

DR Ginny - What's a "Chair and a Half"? Is that what they're calling their oversized love seats nowadays? A few years back, Steve bought a double La-Z-Boy recliner.  What a great chair. -And he also bought one of those "lift-top" coffee tables.  It was the perfect set-up for whenever we wanted to eat dinner in the living room while watching TV.
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« Reply #242 on: August 13, 2009, 06:58:08 PM »





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« Reply #243 on: August 13, 2009, 07:13:54 PM »

On the way to the hospital this afternoon I picked up a library copy of the OBC recording of Next to Normal.  Even though the catalog record says "Synopsis and Lyrics in Container," I find no booklet in the box.  Guess I'll have to call the library tomorrow and see if they can track it down.  At least, they need to flag my record so I don't get blamed for losing it.

Ginny, the EXACT same thing happened to me with our library's copies.  I checked it out and there was no booklet, at all.  I had ordered my own copy (it hadn't arrived yet) and what happened was that the booklet was too thick to fit into the regular CD cases (our library repackages the "digipak" cardboard cases) so they just cut them out and threw them away.  The cataloguer put that note in the bib record, but the convertors didn't pay attention and take that note out.  I spoke to their supervisor and she said that they really should have put the disc with the complete original packaging into a bigger case so that it all could be saved.

:P is what I say.
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« Reply #244 on: August 13, 2009, 07:14:21 PM »

TOD:

Please, Mr. Custer ( I don't want to go)
Smoke, Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette by Phil Harris
Darktown Poker Club by Phil Harris
Battle of New Orleans by Johnny Horton
And Then Along Came Jones (by The Coasters?)
Open the Door, Richard by Louis Jordan
Cocktails for Two by Spike Jones
Fat by Weird Al Yankovic

It's not really a song by it is a novelty record, Albert & The Lion by Stanley Holloway.  I also have a song on an old 78 called I Want to Pet Your Poodle which in one of the filthiest innuendo songs I've ever heard as is Dinah Washington's Long John.
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« Reply #245 on: August 13, 2009, 07:15:40 PM »

DR Jose - a chair-and-a-half is smaller than a loveseat - not big enough for 2 full-sized people.  We saw several recliners that we liked, but this piece has to sit flush against a wall.  It's not easy for Richard and me to find furniture that's comfortable for both of us.
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« Reply #246 on: August 13, 2009, 07:18:18 PM »

DR Jose - a chair-and-a-half is smaller than a loveseat - not big enough for 2 full-sized people.  We saw several recliners that we liked, but this piece has to sit flush against a wall.  It's not easy for Richard and me to find furniture that's comfortable for both of us.

But doesn't La-Z-Boy make recliners that are able to sit flush against a wall?

Have you considered bean bags?  ;)
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« Reply #247 on: August 13, 2009, 07:20:21 PM »

On the way to the hospital this afternoon I picked up a library copy of the OBC recording of Next to Normal.  Even though the catalog record says "Synopsis and Lyrics in Container," I find no booklet in the box.  Guess I'll have to call the library tomorrow and see if they can track it down.  At least, they need to flag my record so I don't get blamed for losing it.

Ginny, the EXACT same thing happened to me with our library's copies.  I checked it out and there was no booklet, at all.  I had ordered my own copy (it hadn't arrived yet) and what happened was that the booklet was too thick to fit into the regular CD cases (our library repackages the "digipak" cardboard cases) so they just cut them out and threw them away.  The cataloguer put that note in the bib record, but the convertors didn't pay attention and take that note out.  I spoke to their supervisor and she said that they really should have put the disc with the complete original packaging into a bigger case so that it all could be saved.

:P is what I say.

Me, too.  Catalogers and book prep staff rarely think of the public service implications of their actions.  In the first library where I worked professionally, all the call number labels had to be exactly one-inch from the bottom of the spine.  As a reference librarian, I found that immensely inconvenient when, to meet that requirement, they'd covered up the guide letters on encyclopedia volumes.  Eventually, I convinced the powers-that-be to be more user- friendly.
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« Reply #248 on: August 13, 2009, 07:20:39 PM »

OH!

DR Ginny - There are also LoveSacs!  My brother bought a set for his rec room. Everyone - especially the kids - love them!

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« Reply #249 on: August 13, 2009, 07:20:45 PM »

Heading down to bed and (hopefully) sleep now.

Good night!
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« Reply #251 on: August 13, 2009, 07:22:18 PM »

DR Jose - a chair-and-a-half is smaller than a loveseat - not big enough for 2 full-sized people.  We saw several recliners that we liked, but this piece has to sit flush against a wall.  It's not easy for Richard and me to find furniture that's comfortable for both of us.

But doesn't La-Z-Boy make recliners that are able to sit flush against a wall?

Yes, they're called "wall-huggers," but still need to sit about 4" out.

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Have you considered bean bags?  ;)

LOL - If either of us sat in a bean bag, we'd be in the same predicament as DRs Elmore and MattH!
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« Reply #252 on: August 13, 2009, 07:25:03 PM »

Um, DR Jose, thanks for the LoveSac tip, but we're going for a look that's a bit more formal...
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« Reply #253 on: August 13, 2009, 07:25:06 PM »

T.O.D.


LOVING YOU HAS MADE ME BANANAS by Guy Marks


And leave us not forget "Yes! We have no bananas!"


And I believe the song right after that in "The Reader's Digest Treasury of Best Loved Songs of All Time" (or something like that) was:

"How Much Is That Doggy in the Window?"

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« Reply #254 on: August 13, 2009, 07:25:51 PM »

Well, it's time for me to head out.  I have to go to my sister's house and find out what needs to be done while she and her daughter are visiting our cousins in Oregon.  They didn't ask if I wanted to go or if I even wanted to watch their house and three cats.  AND I had ALSO agreed to feed the two cats of my friend this weekend AND my very own cat has infected claws AGAIN.  I don't wanna take care of SIX cats over one weekend.

:P is what I say to all of that.
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« Reply #255 on: August 13, 2009, 07:26:05 PM »

Um, DR Jose, thanks for the LoveSac tip, but we're going for a look that's a bit more formal...

Um... You're welcome, DR Ginny.

;)

*Did I mention that the covers are machine washable? ::)
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« Reply #256 on: August 13, 2009, 07:28:10 PM »

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« Reply #257 on: August 13, 2009, 07:33:57 PM »

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« Reply #258 on: August 13, 2009, 07:34:36 PM »

VIBES to Elmore, MattH and JMK that their pains may soon go away
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« Reply #259 on: August 13, 2009, 07:34:59 PM »

T.O.D.


LOVING YOU HAS MADE ME BANANAS by Guy Marks


And leave us not forget "Yes! We have no bananas!"


And I believe the song right after that in "The Reader's Digest Treasury of Best Loved Songs of All Time" (or something like that) was:

"How Much Is That Doggy in the Window?"

ruff, ruff

Your red scarf matches your eyes,
You close the cover before striking,
Daddy got the shipfitter blues,
Loving you has made me bananas.

I'd forgotten all about Guy Marks

And how about two from another Marx, Groucho...

Shoe me a Rose
And Stay Down Here Where You Belong
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« Reply #260 on: August 13, 2009, 07:35:23 PM »

TCB I think youwere(and still are) adorable!
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« Reply #261 on: August 13, 2009, 07:38:45 PM »

I have a questions to ask those of you who have seen the show....

The Vixter is heavilly campaigning to be allowed to see Avenue Q befoer it ends its run in a few weeks

She is 16 1/2 -  I am not familar with the show other than its a puppet show in which the puppets sings songs with rude words

she says "We saw RENT  and the world didn't end"

so what do you say - should we go and see it?



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« Reply #262 on: August 13, 2009, 07:41:29 PM »

UGH!

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS ON DUTY DURING MID-AIR CRASH SUSPENDED

" Teterboro air traffic controller handling the flight of the single-engine Piper plane that crashed into a chopper was talking on the phone to his girlfriend at the time of the horrific midair collision, sources said tonight...."


Nine people aboard the two aircraft were killed.


how terrible
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« Reply #263 on: August 13, 2009, 07:43:46 PM »

I have a questions to ask those of you who have seen the show....

The Vixter is heavilly campaigning to be allowed to see Avenue Q befoer it ends its run in a few weeks

She is 16 1/2 -  I am not familar with the show other than its a puppet show in which the puppets sings songs with rude words

she says "We saw RENT  and the world didn't end"

so what do you say - should we go and see it?





Hmmm....

Well....

There is "Full Frontal Puppet Nudity"....

And the puppets do have sex during the following song, "You Can Be As Loud As The Hell You Want When You're Making Love"...

And "Lucy the Slut" recently completed Playbill.com's Cue & A...

There are some adult moments in the show, but it's all done with a great sense of humor and no malice.  If she's seen an R-Rated movie, she - and you - should be fine.

I think.

*And I'm thinking of heading back to The Golden to see the show one more time too, especially since Ann Harada is back in the cast for the closing weeks of the show.

**OH!!!  If you set your VCR/DVR to record tonight's "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon", the whole company will be performing "The Internet is for Porn".

Hmmmm... ::)
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« Reply #264 on: August 13, 2009, 07:44:39 PM »

DR Vixmom - Richard's response when I asked if Avenue Q would be suitable for The Vixter was, "Oh, hell, yes!"

We saw it on our recent trip to NYC and loved it.
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« Reply #265 on: August 13, 2009, 07:44:43 PM »

Hello, everyone, this is your action news reporter with all the news
that is news across the nation, on the scene at the supermarket. There
seems to have been some disturbance here. Pardon me, sir, did you see
what happened?

(Witness):
Yeah, I did. I's standin' overe there by the tomaters, and here he
come, running through the pole beans, through the fruits and vegetables,
nekkid as a jay bird. And I hollered over t' Ethel, I said, "Don't
look, Ethel!" But it's too late, she'd already been incensed.

(Chorus)
Here he comes, look at that, look at that
There he goes, look at that, look at that
And he ain't wearin' no clothes

Oh, yes, they call him the Streak
Look at that, look at that
Fastest thing on two feet
Look at that, look at that
He's just as proud as he can be
Of his anatomy
He goin' give us a peek

Oh, yes, they call him the Streak
Look at that, look at that
He likes to show off his physique
Look at that, look at that
If there's an audience to be found
He'll be streakin' around
Invitin' public critique

(Reporter):
This is your action news reporter once again, and we're here at the gas
station. Pardon me, sir, did you see what happened?

(Witness):
Yeah, I did. I's just in here gettin my car checked, he just appeared
out of the traffic. Come streakin' around the grease rack there, didn't
have nothin' on but a smile. I looked in there, and Ethel was gettin'
her a cold drink. I hollered, "Don't look, Ethel!" But it was too
late. She'd already been mooned. Flashed her right there in front of
the shock absorbers.

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« Reply #266 on: August 13, 2009, 07:45:56 PM »

Uh, Breaker One-Nine, this here's the Rubber Duck
You got a copy on me Pig-Pen? C'mon

Uh, yeah 10-4 Pig Pen, fer sure, fer sure
By golly it's clean clear to Flag-Town, C'mon

Uh, yeah, that's a big 10-4 Pig-Pen,
Yeah, we definitely got us the front door good buddy,
Mercy sakes alive, looks like we got us a convoy

Was the dark of the moon, on the sixth of June
In a Kenworth, pullin' logs
Cabover Pete with a reefer on
And a Jimmy haulin' hogs
We 'as headin' fer bear on I-One-Oh
'Bout a mile outta Shaky-Town
I sez Pig-Pen, this here's the Rubber Duck
An' I'm about to put the hammer on down

Cause we gotta little ol' convoy, rockin' through the night
Yeah we gotta little ol' convoy, ain't she a beautiful sight?
Come on an' join our convoy, ain't nothin' gonna git in our way
We're gonna roll this truckin' convoy, cross the USA
Convoy... Convoy...

Uh, breaker Pig-Pen, this here's The Duck
Uh, you wanna back off them hogs
10-4, 'bout five mile or so, 10-roger
Them hogs is gittin' in-tense up here

By the time we got into Tulsa-Town
We had eighty-five trucks in all
But they's a road block up on the clover leaf
An' them bears 'as wall to wall
Yeah them smokies 'as thick as bugs on a bumper
They even had a bear-in-the-air
I sez callin' all trucks, this here's The Duck
We about to go a huntin' bear

Cause we gotta great big convoy, rockin' through the night
Yeah we gotta great big convoy, ain't she a beautiful sight?
Come on an' join our convoy, ain't nothin' gonna git in our way
We're gonna roll this truckin' convoy, cross the USA
Convoy... Convoy...

Uh, you wanna give me a 10-9 on that Pig-Pen?
Uh, negatory Pig-Pen, yer still too close
Yeah, them hogs is startin' close up my sinuses
Mercy sakes, you better back off another ten

Well we rolled up interstate fourty-four
Like a rocket sled on rails
We tore up all a our swindle sheets
An' left 'em settin' on the scales
By the time we hit that Chi-Town
Them bears was a gittin' smart
They'd brought up some reinforcements
From the Illinois National Guard
There 'as armored cars, and tanks, and Jeeps
An' rigs of every size
Yeah them chicken coops 'as full a bears
An' choppers filled the skies
Well we shot the line, an' we went for broke
With a thousand screamin' trucks
And eleven long-haired friends of Jesus
In a chartreusse microbus

Hey Sod Buster, listen
You wanna put that microbus in behind the suicide jockey?
Yeah, he's haulin dynamite
He needs all the help he can git

Well we laid a strip fer the Jersey Shore
An' prepared to cross the line
I could see the bridge 'as lined with bears
But I didn't have a doggone dime
I sez Pig-Pen, this here's the Rubber Duck
We just ain't a gonna pay no toll
So we crashed the gate doin' ninety-eight
I sez, let them truckers roll, 10-4

Cause we gotta mighty convoy, rockin' through the night
Yeah we gotta mighty convoy, ain't she a beautiful sight?
Come on an' join our convoy, ain't nothin' gonna git in our way
We're gonna roll this truckin' convoy, cross the USA
Convoy... Convoy...

Uh, 10-4 Pig-Pen, what's yer 20?
Omaha?!
Well they oughta know what to do with them hogs out there fer sure
Well mercy sakes alive good buddy
We gonna back on outta here
So keep the bugs off yer glass
An' the bears off yer... tail
We gonna catch ya on the flip-flop
This here's the Rubber Duck on the side
We gone
Bye, Bye...
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« Reply #267 on: August 13, 2009, 07:46:21 PM »

DR vixmom - Seriously - See the show! Yes, the puppets - and the humans - do get "adult" at times, but the show also has lots of Heart.  And, frankly, I don't think anything could possibly match the Broadway company - especially Ann Harada since her songs were written for her. Additionally, Jennifer Barnhart is still with the show, and has been with the show since Day 1!
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« Reply #268 on: August 13, 2009, 07:48:42 PM »

Well the Vixter will be very grateful to you, Jose Ginny & Richard - I certainky do trust your judgement - I will see if I can get some tickets
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« Reply #269 on: August 13, 2009, 07:50:48 PM »

'Allo, I'm-a Giuseppe, I got-a something special-a for you, ready
Uno, duo, tre, quatro
When I was a boy, just about the eighth-a grade
Mama used to say don't stay out-a late
With the bad-a boys, always shoot-a pool
Giuseppe going to flunk-a school

Boy, it make-a me sick, all the t'ing I gotta do
I can't-a get-a no kicks, always got to follow rules
Boy, it make-a me sick, just to make-a lousy bucks
Got to feel-a like a fool and-a mama used to say all-a time

What's-a matter you Hey! Gotta no respect
What-a you t'ink you do? Why you look-a so sad
It's-a not so bad, it's-a nice-a place
Ah, shaddap-a you face

That's-a my mama, I can remember
Big accordion solo
Ah! Play dat again, Really nice, really nice

Soon-a come-a day, gonna be a big-a star
Den I make-a TV shows and-a movies
Get-a myself a new car, but still I be myself
I don't want-a to change a t'ing, still a-dance and a-sing
I t'ink about-a mama, she used to say

What's-a matter you Hey! Gotta no respect
What-a you t'ink you do Why you look-a so sad
It's-a not so bad, it's-a nice-a place
Ah, shaddap-a you face

Mama, she said it all-a da time
What's-a matter you Hey Gotta no respect
What-a you t'ink you do Why you look-a so sad
It's-a not so bad, it's-a nice-a place
Ah, shaddap-a you face
That s-a my mama

Hello, everybody!
'At's out-a dere in-a radio and-a TV land
Did you know I had a big-a hit-a song in-a Italy with-a disc
Shaddap-a you face
I sing-a dis-a song, all-a my fans applaud
Dey clap-a da hands, dat-a make me feel-a so good
You ought to learn-a dis-a song, it's-a real-a simple
See, I sing: what's-a matter you You sing Hey
Den I sing-a da rest and den at de end, we can all-a sing:
Ah, Shaddap-a you face! O.k., let's-a try it, really big

Uno, duo, tre, quatro
What's-a matter you Hey Gotta no respect Hey
What-a you t'ink you Hey do Why you look-a so sad Hey
It's-a not so bad Hey it's-a nice-a place
Ah, shaddap-a you face
OK one more-a time for mama
What's-a matter you Hey Gotta no respect Hey
What-a you t'ink you Hey do Why you look-a so sad Hey
It's-a not so bad Hey it's-a nice-a place
Ah, shaddap-a you face

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