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Enzyte Bob

Blacklick, OH

#85 Mar 7, 2013
You were the girl that changed my world
You were the girl for me
You lit the fuse, I stand accused
You were the first for me
But you turned me out, baby

You dropped a bomb on me, baby
You dropped a bomb on me (But you turned me on, baby)
You dropped a bomb on me, baby
You dropped a bomb on me

Shania Twain

United States

#86 Mar 8, 2013
Sadly you wont get any decent answers in this forum because most of the idiots on here are backwoods inbred hicks who think they know more than they do. If you like that type then Grove City/Hilliard might just be the appropriate part of town for you.
no one

Tiffin, OH

#87 Mar 8, 2013
Shania Twain wrote:
Sadly you wont get any decent answers in this forum because most of the idiots on here are backwoods inbred hicks who think they know more than they do. If you like that type then Grove City/Hilliard might just be the appropriate part of town for you.
Guffaw! Yer so rat thur. Yer so smort. ah wish sumday ill be as smort as yoo.
Intellectual arrogance is arrogance nonetheless.

Since: Jan 12

Columbus, OH

#88 Mar 8, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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now it it is $2000 at minimum
thank your hope and change
Mitt might have influence at the Marriott but Mr. Wynn is gonna charge what he feels is best for his investors. Hope n Change has zero to do with vacationing. Only people with money travel to Vegas anyway. Have you known any hicks from southern Ohio hop a plane to gamble and party in Vegas? Or any welfare hoodies in east Columbus?
Enzyte Bob

Blacklick, OH

#89 Mar 8, 2013
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
<quoted text> Mitt might have influence at the Marriott but Mr. Wynn is gonna charge what he feels is best for his investors. Hope n Change has zero to do with vacationing. Only people with money travel to Vegas anyway. Have you known any hicks from southern Ohio hop a plane to gamble and party in Vegas? Or any welfare hoodies in east Columbus?
True, most of them barely have money for the Columbus casinos. They hit the lottery instants and the internet cafes.

Everybody should go to Vegas at least once, though. Seeing all that infrastructure devoted to people blowing money to a casino is an amazing sight. It never ceases to amaze me how people think nothing of putting $50 into a machine and just pushing a button until it gets down to zero.

It's amazing that millions of square feet of air conditioned space in the middle of a 120-degree desert are devoted to that.
WiseAmerican

Franklin, OH

#91 Mar 8, 2013
Enzyte Bob wrote:
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True, most of them barely have money for the Columbus casinos. They hit the lottery instants and the internet cafes.
Everybody should go to Vegas at least once, though. Seeing all that infrastructure devoted to people blowing money to a casino is an amazing sight. It never ceases to amaze me how people think nothing of putting $50 into a machine and just pushing a button until it gets down to zero.
It's amazing that millions of square feet of air conditioned space in the middle of a 120-degree desert are devoted to that.
The Italian gangsters of old and a few Jewish criminals, could convince an Arab to buy sand! Anything goes in America to make money as long as no laws are broken. Even then, the right connection and money will get one around the laws.

“Queen of my domain”

Since: May 10

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#92 Mar 8, 2013
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
<quoted text> I'm waiting for a SteelyDan concert...Deacon Blue, Hey Nineteen, Aja, Rikki, Do it Again... real cool white boy rock with a soul feel to it. That's when music was best. Styx, Chicago, The Eagles!
Parliament-Funkadelic is cool if you're into the funk and smoking weed,One Nation Under The Groove, Atomic Dog and Maggot Brain were my favorites,but Roger Troutman was killed by his brother years back. I liked his mastery of the key board and auto tune voice overs. En Vogue was the hottest girl group ever and made decent radio music. Charlie Wilson bounced back with His love ballads over the past six years. When he sung in the Gap Band, he tried to copy George Clinton too much.
Unfortunately, Steely Dan doesn't do performances. Typically only studio. My two favorites of theirs: Aja and Bodhisatava. Also like Cousin Dupree.

Chicago sometimes, or at least Peter Cetera, plays in Dayton at the Kettering Fraze, along with the Dayton Phil. Saw Cetera with the Phil a few years back, good show. Need to keep an eye open, they're building their summer season lineup now. See fraze.com , if you're willing to drive into Dayton. They tend to get a few "big names" every season, then a lot of "smaller" or local shows, but usually good ones. Saw Frampton play there, as well as Donna Summer (that WAS a bad show, but got free tix), Doobies, Earth Wind, and Fire, number of others. If you don't want to fork out the $$ to see the show, you can listen to it by taking a camping chair and sitting along the roads surrounding ampitheatre (roads closed during shows), open containers welcome within the space considered the Fraze.(And it's often a pretty mixed crowd--young/old, race, etc. Good venue though, safe, fun.)

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#93 Mar 8, 2013
gokeefe wrote:
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Unfortunately, Steely Dan doesn't do performances. Typically only studio. My two favorites of theirs: Aja and Bodhisatava. Also like Cousin Dupree.
Chicago sometimes, or at least Peter Cetera, plays in Dayton at the Kettering Fraze, along with the Dayton Phil. Saw Cetera with the Phil a few years back, good show. Need to keep an eye open, they're building their summer season lineup now. See fraze.com , if you're willing to drive into Dayton. They tend to get a few "big names" every season, then a lot of "smaller" or local shows, but usually good ones. Saw Frampton play there, as well as Donna Summer (that WAS a bad show, but got free tix), Doobies, Earth Wind, and Fire, number of others. If you don't want to fork out the $$ to see the show, you can listen to it by taking a camping chair and sitting along the roads surrounding ampitheatre (roads closed during shows), open containers welcome within the space considered the Fraze.(And it's often a pretty mixed crowd--young/old, race, etc. Good venue though, safe, fun.)
They've toured a fair bit up until two years ago. I saw them at The Schott ten years ago. They were fantastic.
http://www.steelydan.com/touring.html

“Queen of my domain”

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#94 Mar 8, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>They've toured a fair bit up until two years ago. I saw them at The Schott ten years ago. They were fantastic.
http://www.steelydan.com/touring.html
That's what I meant--I knew they toured previously. My really bad. But I think I read somewhere they were giving up touring, just going to focus on studio. Could be wrong.

They are fantastic. I didn't realize either they were touring as recent as two years ago--heck, how did I miss they were at the Toledo Zoo Ampitheatre!!!!

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#95 Mar 8, 2013
gokeefe wrote:
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That's what I meant--I knew they toured previously. My really bad. But I think I read somewhere they were giving up touring, just going to focus on studio. Could be wrong.
They are fantastic. I didn't realize either they were touring as recent as two years ago--heck, how did I miss they were at the Toledo Zoo Ampitheatre!!!!
They had quit touring for 20 years at one point, from 1974-1994, I think. You're right about the present..it seems they are on hiatus for the foreseeable future.
They're one of the absolute must see acts for anyone born before 1980, IMO. Another is Eric Clapton...I've seen him four times since 1988. He said recently he's done with touring in two years when he turns 70, so if you haven't had the pleasure, the next go round will be the last chance.

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#97 Mar 9, 2013
LOL! I know I'm living in someone's head when I get flames for commenting about musical acts.
WiseAmerican

Casco, MI

#98 Mar 9, 2013
You cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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Retired law enforcement. So you are a retired parasite without the math skills to get a job with the IRS or a State tax department?
That's right, I don't care for those donut eating automatons. They spend most of their hours writing petty speeding tickets on hard working Americans. They show up AFTER someone is dead. There's too many of them doing nothing about urban crime. A waist of tax payers money in my opinion. I don't need 'em. They can come scrape up the carcass of the thug who violates my home. That's all I need them for. No good lazy basturds.

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