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dutch hercules:

besides me.... my beard is growing in and i feel 20 years older....living in the past. Wheres my daddy?
bradx:

maybe tomorrow, grilling for sure, the jethro tull is questionable at best...
Cole:

I grilled out tonight. Listened to Dylan's Blood On the Tracks and White Fence. It's now 3 in the morning and I'm watching Evil Dead 2 with my fourteen year old.Good night.
Cole:

Grilling again. Sitting in my awesome back yard listening to a Bo Diddley album Hoppe talked me into buying( thank you sir) with chicken breast on the grill. It's awesome.
dutch hercules:

next time its gonna be The Fabulous Kenny Wayne Shepard on the mp3 player! Tuff!
Sal:

I wish I was grilling... I would probably listen to some old R&B. Those "Jerk Boom Bam" comps are boss!
bazooka joe:

my turntable has an automatic return and the tone arm won't lift high enough upon return, so i have to be there at the end of EVERY record to lift the needle before it drags across the platter. when i cook i just throw on the wfmu rock'n'soul ichiban so i don't have to worry about it. if you like lerk boom bam, rockabilly, weird country, garage, instros, etc, check it out. EVERY song they play is great. i almost never hear anything repeated either.

http://wfmuichiban.blogspot.com/
Tim Teabag:

If you're grillin' and listening to Jethro Tull I bet them hamburger patties are thick as a brick.
Sal:

Many thanks, Bazooka Joe! This is about to be my doin' dishes soundtrack...
bradx:

i played albums by the oblivians, lamps, descendents, queers, supernova, freeze, and bloodstains across california. grilled bratwurst and steaks, w homemade potato salad, chips and dip. then we went up on a nearby cliff and got wasted listening to my mp3 player through my new battery powered guitar amp. no jethro tull. fuck that shit anyways, their only good song is "locomotive breath"
dutch hercules:

wha? ya dont like Bungle in the Jungle?
Jesse Garon:

listen to the wise man, he don't know how it feels.
leftpeg:

wha? ya dont like Cross Eyed Mary?
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