Thank you, Van. Just doing my part.
I can’t tell if that’s a compliment.
Thanks! If you live not too far from New York City, I’ll come and discuss it with you and also get really drunk in your house.
Frank, I’m glad we had this talk. I’ve got no beef with ska per se, but the odds of me ever joining a ska band are great. That said, I’m glad this confusion has not really messed things up too much for either one of us. And thank you for your kind words.
That’s an awesome Lemmy moment! Congrats!
That sounds sweet! I’ll check it out!
Wait- you mean Dogstar with Keanu Reeves?!
We need to take back the night on these mofos!
And that, my friend, is life in a nutshell.
It’s, like, a LOT of crunches.
It’s true. But you gotta understand- I don’t even have a goddamn microwave!
You raise a good point, Frank. But dammit, I’m under the gun! I feel like Lou Grant over here. This guest editor business is hard! Plus- aside from the part where she fakes getting her eye poked out by a nipple or a donger, I hate that song. But I realize that’s not your point. You are right.
I know! That’s why I ain’t got a job!
I didn’t do nothing!
Thank you. I’m gonna miss him to say the least.
That seems like a great idea. Can you have her email?
There’s a big difference- Pentagram is great. No disrespect to Anvil, but their lack of initial success is no mystery- their music just wasn’t as good as their contemporaries.
Anything with the Stones in the ’70s is great. Also, Stones Rock-n-Roll Circus. I loved the Lemmy documentary, though partially because he made me feel like my apartment was spartan. I just got “Slade in Flame” and am loving it. “Song Remains the Same” of course. “Purple Rain.” “Decline of Western Civilization Part II” is always fun. “Until the Light Takes Us.” “Kiss Meets the Phantom” of course. I’ll keep thinking…
No! What’s the deal? I’ll get googling.