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    In for a little swing-era music. Brain Setzer...

    In for a little swing-era music. Brain Setzer covering Glenn Miller's 'In the Mood' . About 5 years ago I went to one of Setzer's 'big band' shows with no expectations, and was really surprised how...
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    Well, just one more 'Canon' cover, since this is...

    Well, just one more 'Canon' cover, since this is a great version done on an electric violin. :thumb:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F21UHyx5_vE
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    And one more version of 'Canon', this time by a...

    And one more version of 'Canon', this time by a pretty young lady with a flute. Great adaptation for the softer sound produced by the flute.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8md2zwGdA8
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    I posted a 2006 electric guitar version of Johaan...

    I posted a 2006 electric guitar version of Johaan Pachebel's 17th century 'Canon' a few pages back. That old tune has been rearranged numerous times since then for various instruments. Here's a...
  5. I'm looking at doing some remodeling next year...

    I'm looking at doing some remodeling next year (just replacing a lot of stuff, no re-configuaration or additional rooms). In general, if you're just adding a room on the ground floor without added...
  6. Maybe what I highlighted above is why your heart...

    Maybe what I highlighted above is why your heart rate is going up? Maybe you've got a Type A+ personality? In your original post you mentioned heart rate when doing five easy miles at the end of a...
  7. DuPont, Dow, BASF, Akzo Nobel . . . those are a...

    DuPont, Dow, BASF, Akzo Nobel . . . those are a few of the polymer companies I can thing of right off the top of my head. Just type in something like 'polymer resins' or 'plastic resins' into a...
  8. I can't vouch for the entire Los Angeles area,...

    I can't vouch for the entire Los Angeles area, but here are a few options for camping on Orange County. You should be able to stay at the four state park campgrounds that are along Orange County's...
  9. Another option is Vuelta Corsa HD wheels. ...

    Another option is Vuelta Corsa HD wheels. They're avaailbe from Nashbar, sometimes for less than $200 for the front and rear set. Only issue I had was one of the pair needed the bearings adjusted...
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    Just a personal observation, but these mountain...

    Just a personal observation, but these mountain bike conversions need nice wide cruiser bike handlebars to make them true lazy-day cruisers. ;)
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    The Dead Zone with Martin Sheen and Christopher...

    The Dead Zone with Martin Sheen and Christopher Walken.
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    Here's my 'new' cruiser. Its based on a Nashbar...

    Here's my 'new' cruiser. Its based on a Nashbar Touring frame and fork, uses 700C wheels with 35mm tires (I could go bigger, but the 35's were on sale for $9/ea over labor day weekend). I was...
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    Anybody remember this from the early days of...

    Anybody remember this from the early days of Yuotube? 17th century German composer Johann Pachelbel's 'Canon in D' covered by a Korean guitarist known as Funtwo. The original Youtube video went...
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    Do the math: (three packs of hot dog buns) +...

    Do the math:

    (three packs of hot dog buns) + (two packs of hot dogs) + (one case of Beer) =

    24 buns + 24 hot dogs + 24 beers = ONE tailgate party!
  15. Maybe John Saxon. He was one of the three...

    Maybe John Saxon. He was one of the three martial arts experts invited to Hans Island in 'Enter the Dragon' (along with Bruce Lee and the late Jim Kelly). John was in a few movies in the 1950s...
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    Where do the cobs go after they make their...

    Where do the cobs go after they make their cobwebs?

    Why do pool thermometer's temperature scales go down (WAAAY down) below freezing?

    The female mind; nobody's ever going to solve the mystery...
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    ONe more Social Distortion cover (I promise . ....

    ONe more Social Distortion cover (I promise . . this is the last one!;)). I like how Mike and the boys take this old country classic and successfully cover it in their punk/thrash-rock style.

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  18. See if you can find a wiring diagram for the car...

    See if you can find a wiring diagram for the car thats got a little detail to it. Start by disconnecting the fuses, then while reattaching them see if you can produce a 'spark' which will indicate a...
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    Arid Los Angeles checking in here. I've got a...

    Arid Los Angeles checking in here. I've got a suburban house on a strange-shaped lot that requries the house to be set back on the property, giving me a 20 ft deep backyard and a 40 ft front yard. ...
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    Folk-country singer Nanci Griffiths covering John...

    Folk-country singer Nanci Griffiths covering John Prine's "Speed of the Sound of Loneliness". Nanci just takes this song and makes it her own, much better than John's original version (and I bet...
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    The Toy Dolls, a British trio from the 1980s(?),...

    The Toy Dolls, a British trio from the 1980s(?), doing 'Dueling Banjos.' Nothing unique about their version of the song, but they were a very entertaining live band that did a lot of covers from all...
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    This has got to be the worst cover of Johnny...

    This has got to be the worst cover of Johnny Cash's 'Ring of Fire' I've ever heard. By the British pop-speed metal band Dragonforce. My nephew likes this band, he showed me this video yesterday:
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    Sorry that you, and TrojanHorse, took my post...

    Sorry that you, and TrojanHorse, took my post that way. I read the OP and thought he/she wasn't looking at both sides of the situation. Living in Southern California, where the term "image is...
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    Maybe he was commenting on your 'kit' and assumed...

    Maybe he was commenting on your 'kit' and assumed you're delusional in thinking you're like the pro-racer wannabe who peadaled through a red light that he had to avoid while driving to the store. ...
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    If it was in my city I'd assume the police had...

    If it was in my city I'd assume the police had set up a 'sting' operation to catch bike thieves and I'd simply walk away from it. It just sounds too obvious to be just an oversight by the bike...
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