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  1. Dude, that is such a stupid analysis. You don’t know what you’re talking about on multiple levels. Saying that what you enjoy spending your time on yapping about on a message board is better than what someone else does is the epitome of elitism, snobbery and arrogance. No one has to justify shit for why they spend time on something. There are plenty of people out there that think spending time on a sports board is absolutely ridiculous. They think you already blow enough time watching the games, and then you have to talk about it day after day? FYI, I don’t post on the Boston board. I just went over there for a short time to find out what was really behind Delp offing himself. One part of the board I have spent time in the past reading is on the gear used recording the albums. Scholz created a thing called a hyperspace pedal that’s used when it sounds like something is being launched into space on the albums and live. Scholz considers it a secret because he doesn’t want anyone copying him. Basically it’s a pedal that controls the timing on an Echoplex (a tape delay affect box). It also has some eq and other things to it. There’s been pics taken of it, and that’s all anyone has to go on. Here’s an audio blurb where he uses it in kind of a demo. By the way, I don’t like the tone of the SRD gear he later created and uses now in the video. Way too much chorus and compression. But the hyperspace pedal effect is pretty damn cool if used the right way......very original. The first 2 albums were mostly Marshall’s with a home made preamp to slightly color the sound.
  2. Tulsa and Oral Robert (down the street) have the same number students, only 4,000, and Tulsa has bizarre team colors that look bad together and Oral Robert is in Tulsa, so Tulsa sucks.
  3. They’re done with the NY6 game.
  4. Cincy showed last night how everyone should do the QB sneak. It didn’t help that UCF played it horribly. But it wouldn’t have helped them too much even if they had. QB goes under center. There are two big guys back a yard behind the QB just on his left and right. There’s a really big guy directly behind the QB 7 or 8 yards Ball snaps, QB moves forward pushing his center forward, the two guys behind the QB push the QB forward on each side, and once the scrum is nearly stopped, the huge guy 8 yards back gets a big running start and just hits and plows the pile and QB forward for an easy long yard. This should be how everyone runs the QB sneak.
  5. Rasmussen Poll: % of People Angry at the Media. 83% of GOP likely voters are. 69% of unaffiliated likely voters are. 33% of Dem likely voters are. These are the kind of polls that back up the studies that have been done to prove a strong left media bias. One study found that Trump got only 11% media story coverage that wasn’t negative. When you consider the ratings of Fox News that tend to be positive on Trump, (along with small outlets like NewsMax), you’re looking at almost 100% negative coverage from ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, CNN and MSNBC. The unemployment % moved down again from 3.7% to 3.5%. That’s the lowest unemployment in 50 years (1969). There are plenty of positives that are never covered by the media.
  6. That’s all you got? 😂😂😂🤪🤠 There’s actually a NY Times story confirming the same exact info. When we’re you going to start that commie country of your own? There’s a 30’x30’ rock sticking out of the ocean off the coast of Greenland. I’m sure you get buy that pretty cheap. As payment, I’m not sure if they’d take your full trading card set of ‘Commie Heroes In History’, but it wouldn’t hurt to ask.
  7. Solomon is one of the very best reporters left out there that does great work. Everything that he claims, he can back up with documents. Democrat pundits try to bash him, But they don’t have any reason to justify such an opinion. If he has the evidence, he has the evidence. It’s amazing that the media wants very badly to ignore these facts and it’s very troubling to me as an American. Here’s a little bit from the article that cuts to the chase about what was really going on. “As I have reported, the pressure began at least as early as January 2016, when the Obama White House unexpectedly invited Ukraine's top prosecutors to Washington to discuss fighting corruption in the country. The meeting, promised as training, turned out to be more of a pretext for the Obama administration to pressure Ukraine's prosecutors to drop an investigation into the Burisma Holdings gas company that employed Hunter Biden and to look for new evidence in a then-dormant criminal case against eventual Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, a GOP lobbyist. Burisma Holdings gas company that employed Hunter Biden and to look for new evidence in a then-dormant criminal case against eventual Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, a GOP lobbyist. U.S. officials "kept talking about how important it was that all of our anti-corruption efforts be united," said Andrii Telizhenko, the former political officer in the Ukrainian Embassy in Washington who organized and attended the meetings. Nazar Kholodnytsky, Ukraine's chief anti-corruption prosecutor, told me that, soon after he returned from the Washington meeting, he saw evidence in Ukraine of political meddling in the U.S. election. That's when two top Ukrainian officials released secret evidence to the American media, smearing Manafort. The release of the evidence forced Manafort to step down as Trump's top campaign adviser. A Ukrainian court concluded last December that the release of the evidence amounted to an unlawful intervention in the U.S. election by Kiev's government, although that ruling has since been overturned on a technicality. Shortly after the Ukrainian prosecutors returned from their Washington meeting, a new round of Democratic pressure was exerted on Ukraine - this time via its embassy in Washington. Valeriy Chaly, the Ukrainian ambassador to the United States at the time, confirmed to me in a statement issued by his office that, in March 2016, a contractor for the Democratic National Committee (DNC) pressed his embassy to try to find any Russian dirt on Trump and Manafort that might reside in Ukraine's intelligence files. The DNC contractor also asked Chaly's team to try to persuade Ukraine's president at the time, Petro Poroshenko, to make a statement disparaging Manafort when the Ukrainian leader visited the United States during the 2016 election. Chaly said his embassy rebuffed both requests because it recognized they were improper efforts to get a foreign government to try to influence the election against Trump and for Hillary Clinton. The political pressure continued. Biden threatened to withhold $1 billion in crucial U.S. aid to Kiev if Poroshenko did not fire the country's chief prosecutor. Ukraine would have been bankrupted without the aid, so Poroshenko obliged on March 29, 2016, and fired Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin. The DNC contractor also asked Chaly's team to try to persuade Ukraine's president at the time, Petro Poroshenko, to make a statement disparaging Manafort when the Ukrainian leader visited the United States during the 2016 election. Chaly said his embassy rebuffed both requests because it recognized they were improper efforts to get a foreign government to try to influence the election against Trump and for Hillary Clinton. The political pressure continued. Biden threatened to withhold $1 billion in crucial U.S. aid to Kiev if Poroshenko did not fire the country's chief prosecutor. Ukraine would have been bankrupted without the aid, so Poroshenko obliged on March 29, 2016, and fired Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin. What wasn't known at the time, Shokin told me recently, was that Ukrainian prosecutors were preparing a request to interview Hunter Biden about his activities and the monies he was receiving from Ukraine. If such an interview became public during the middle of the 2016 election, it could have had enormous negative implications for Democrats. Democrats continued to tap Ukraine for Trump dirt throughout the 2016 election, my reporting shows.” https://www.google.com/amp/s/thehill.com/opinion/campaign/462658-lets-get-real-democrats-were-first-to-enlist-ukraine-in-us-elections%3famp
  8. Styx was the very best from Equinox to Cornerstone. Then it was all shit from there. If you don’t like Styx from that era, you must be an Air Supply guy. Styx was actually a true rock band in the mid to late 70’s. Great sounding raw guitar, no bullshit, Fender Strat straight into a 100w Marshall metal face amp. Very Hendrix like sound on chords.
  9. Oh, I forgot we have an old Mexican Wrestling hippie on board here that has sensitive feewings. 👍
  10. Hey, thanks for being concerned about me & caring. Even though your inquiry to my well being was heart felt 💕 it didn’t really apply, so you wasted your time. But still, I know you want to give me a big hug right about now, but I don’t. So please don’t ever try. But have a great evening, and I’ll let you know if I ever visit another board. ❤️
  11. Liberty doesn’t need to be slum’n in the WAC.
  12. It’s funny how you guys make up these dumb board rules like if you write a long post, you’re automatically triggered and majorly upset. That was stupid when it was made up, but it’s hilarious that idiots like you still use it as your most powerful and favorite comeback zinger. 🤪🤡😂👍 In order to effectively communicate with dorks such as yourself, I have to dumb my responses down a bit and carefully write them out so you can follow them. Sometimes that means a long post. Having said all that, you’re not the worst user of cliche. Your texting buddy DickNation makes me laugh with the most with hardcore punishing zingers, such as “You forgot to take your meds” or “Rent free” and about 8 others that have been used so many times, even God is laughing about it. Don’t worry, Jesus still loves you, he just thinks you’re a cliche slut. 😂😂😂👍
  13. I’d be totally surprised if anyone here has ever heard of her.
  14. I know you try to live it that way, but life isn’t a game. My friend recorded it for laughs, so I’m always up for some easy money. I haven’t talked to him in a long time, but I’ll see if he has it. I have it somewhere but I’m too lazy to dig. Then I’ll make you a bet.
  15. There’s been plenty of issues at UNLV over the years, so I wouldn’t get all cocky. There was a horrible incident when I was at UNLV. A friend of mine and I were studying in the engineering study hall referred to as “nerd lounge” and we couldn’t even study without having to hear Hillary giving a speech about a couple hundred feet south of us, so we went out and listened to her speech. She was in classic form regarding hypocrisy, and whenever it was time for people to clap politely, we’d belt out some very loud over the top laughs at her. We weren’t heckling or interrupting her, but I know she could hear us, and the secret service sure did after a few cycles of clapping and laughing. They told us we had to shut up or leave. But of course mocking a Dem of her stature made it a hate crime. So there you have it. There have been lots of hate crimes going on at UNLV over the years.
  16. That’s pretty pathetic that it’s been going on for so long without it being stomped out. It can’t be that hard to figure out who’s doing it and boot them out of school.
  17. After Delp killed himself I went to the Boston board to see what the deal was for him to do that, and his ex-wife, Micki Delp, who was married to him from before Boston to the 90’s said that Tom Scholz always treated him like shit, when they toured during the summers in recent times Tom hired him as a contractor and only gave him a $2,000 per big show to sing. All the other original members were long gone so his entire band was contracted. But for him to do that to Brad who had a gentle soul and was incredibly easy to get along with was pretty evil. She hates Tom so much it’s scary. She scanned a bunch of personal pics on the board for people to have of him which were really cool.
  18. LOL, now who doesn’t love Led Zep? That’s like asking people if they like money or sex.
  19. They’re going to start pissing off Alice Cooper for trying to eat his stage baby’s on tour.
  20. How many times in AOC’s life has a boy or man in the Bronx addressed her with a “Hey, baby!” ???? Answer: All the time. I think we should start with her. And no dirty minds out there with the ..... nevermind.
  21. Of course it's rock you idiot. It's got electric guitar and organ all over it. This is a more mellow song, but it's not a 'ballad'. 'Ballads' are 80's hard rock or metal bands trying to cash in on the success of Motley Crue's 'Home Sweet Home'. LOL. If rappers get get into the R&R HOF, then Boston is incredibly rock. Some of you guys need to be a bit more diverse in music styles. I like all kinds of music, except for most rap which I really don't consider to be music. It's more like urban rhythmic poetry with maybe a bass line or ripped off sample of a hook of someone else's hit song.
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