Discussion in 'RAMS - NFL TALK' started by OnceARam, Jan 11, 2014.
Fixed that for you.
Mine either. In fact, I never listened to one song. But I figured everyone knew what he looked like.
Non no no no no no
Too close to home?
My sister was an athlete at TAMU. And I can tell from the eye test with Bridgewater.
Great music ended in December 1980.
If he wasn't black, would you compare him to David Garrard?
It's really an inaccurate comparison. As a person who grew up in Jacksonville and saw Garrard start for years, he's not at all similar to Teddy Bridgewater.
Col. Sanders? I dont get it.
Yup. Nothing since then has approached the brilliance and diversity of works like Revolver, Sgt Pepper, and Rubber Soul.
Except The Wall, Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish You Were Here
That made me laugh out loud....
It's the difference between Babe Ruth and Willie Mays.
I look at it like it's a sine wave. At it's peak with the Beatles and Stones but slowly going down hill in the 80s and then heading back up and now we're at a low point again.
Oooh. Sine waves. Do you have some electrical experience, Al?
I've looked at a lot of sine waves over the years (through an oscilloscope) when adjusting elevator drives.
Electronics have been my working life. Became a metrologist when I got out of the commune in Boulder and been doing it until my seizure stopped me from doing it anymore.
Fixed and repaired and calibrated thousands of oscilloscopes.
Pretty cool. I'd like to hear more about that commune some day too.