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    Quote Originally Posted by Hot _Grits View Post
    Now choose the song for the dance-off...
    I would mix together a medley of these songs:

    Quad City DJ's - C'mon N Ride It

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=U9vZ_akgmXU

    The skat part from Al Jarreau's 'Boogie Down' as displayed by this bass dude:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wB0y1...eature=related

    ABC's 'Iesha'

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AcJ5o4dzsGI (yes, I'd have a fade like those kids)

    A dance remix of Dangerous Toys' 'Sportin a Woody'

    (surprise, surprise there is no video for that masterpiece of a song)

    Marky Mark's 'Good Vibrations'

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=UnzgNAzquCw

    And the finally in the medley would be The Weather Girls' 'Its Raining Men'

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=mWwyjmSbJPs

    There will be copious amounts of laser, whip snap, clap and record scratching sound clips acting as flair within, and to aid segues between, song clips in the medley in true power dance squad competition form.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_T View Post
    Weird, my band is called Sherpa.
    Then I guess your band will have to be there during the nacho cheese swamp love fest. No touching of the skunk ape though. It's a liability issue.
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    Tell the truth: What was your reaction when Billy Squier tore off his t-shirt in the Rock Me Tonight clip?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LesStrat View Post
    Tell the truth: What was your reaction when Billy Squier tore off his t-shirt in the Rock Me Tonight clip?
    Hahaha. Funny you mention that as I was mesmerized by that shirt which only had one sleeve barely attached. I think next time I'm on stage I'm gonna have to wear a shirt like that.

    But back to the original question. I was quite jazzed as the replay/freeze frame made for the most excellent use of a cheesy cinematographic special effect. Made him seem pretty savage. As bad ass as a dude prancing around in linen pants could look, I guess.
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    Have you ever enountered flying monkies while on tour?

    If not...

    How would one counter the encounter of flying monkies while on tour?

    Gearlist:
    Fuzzy dice
    Coca Cola Classic can (empty)
    Gibson Reverse V
    Flashlight
    Red duct tape
    Lucky red bandana

    GO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chopstherocker View Post
    Have you ever enountered flying monkies while on tour?
    Given that I wasn't on drugs, the answer is no. Sadly (not sad I wasn't on drugs, sad that I didn't encounter such a mischievous mythological creature)

    If not...

    How would one counter the encounter of flying monkies while on tour?

    Gearlist:
    Fuzzy dice
    Coca Cola Classic can (empty)
    Gibson Reverse V
    Flashlight
    Red duct tape
    Lucky red bandana

    GO!
    First I'd wrap my forearms in the red duct tape. I'm assuming that flying monkeys would have some vicious claws. I'd then tie the red bandanna around my head as a headband for morale. I'd rip apart the can to use the aluminum as a cutting implement and cut a hole in each fuzzy die. Then I'd take the batteries out of the flashlight and place the batteries inside the die and then wrap each die heavily in duct tape, effectively turning cute fuzzy dice into some Bolas (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bolas). If need be I'd cut the string connecting the fuzzy dice and lengthen it with my bandanna.

    I'd then throw the bolas at the monkey, hopefully having them wrap around the monkey's torso and wings rendering it unable to fly and relatively motionless on the ground. I would then run over with the reverse flying V and use the headstock as a sort of fork which would pin the monkey down by the neck so it couldn't move and bite me as I taped it up. I'd then feed it by hand hopefully domesticating it.

    Lather, rinse, repeat if there are multiple flying monkeys. Hopefully there would be and then I could train a gang of flying monkey cronies.
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    Wouldn't the red tape and bandana send out a mixed signal of "blood on man, attack!" to the monkies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chopstherocker View Post
    Wouldn't the red tape and bandana send out a mixed signal of "blood on man, attack!" to the monkies?
    I just took the stance that the flying monkeys would naturally be aggressors and need no additional reason to attack other than my presence. If they were peaceful creatures I would simply admire their grace as they flew by in a flock while I listened to 'Fly to the Angels' by Slaughter.
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    Hey W!

    What are your two most embarrasing moments?

    What is your favourite main course meal?

    What is your favourite dessert?

    What are your three favourite ways of spending spare time?

    I'll probably have more, but I'd like to read through the well first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3'scompany View Post
    Then I guess your band will have to be there during the nacho cheese swamp love fest. No touching of the skunk ape though. It's a liability issue.
    Plus he'll rip your arms off and defecate in the holes.
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    Question: does my avatar fill your heart with fear?
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    Can you name one single artist or band that we should give a listen?

    Can you elaborate on an experience in life that you think others can learn from as well?

    What's your favorite real fotball (soccer) team?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainmaker View Post
    What are your two most embarrasing moments?
    I'm not easily embarrassed. But probably my most embarrassing moment is any time I see a rerun from when I was on Pimp My Ride. I came across as such a goon. But really, I don't care that much as it doesn't haunt me or anything. I just can't sit through the episode and watch it. It makes me cringe.

    Second most embarrassing moment? Hmm. I'd really have to think on that one.

    What is your favourite main course meal?
    Probably Pad Se Ew with some Thai fried rice.

    What is your favourite dessert?
    Without a doubt, cheese cake with raspberry sauce and fresh berries.

    What are your three favourite ways of spending spare time?
    Playing guitar, hanging out with my friends and this d@mn forum

    Quote Originally Posted by sosomething View Post
    Plus he'll rip your arms off and defecate in the holes.
    That is the skunk ape way. He's a purty surly and stanky beast.

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    Question: does my avatar fill your heart with fear?
    No, it actually makes my heart all warm and fuzzy. It makes me reminisce about my old bull dog.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tor View Post
    Can you name one single artist or band that we should give a listen?
    I usually hate recommending bands as music is very subjective and personal. I realize a band that I absolutely adore, a lot of people my have an intense hatred for.

    But as I've said, Strung Out is my favorite band. If you're into punk, metal or hard rock I'd give them a listen. They're so incredibly talented it blows my mind some times. Every member in that band is great at what they do.

    Can you elaborate on an experience in life that you think others can learn from as well?
    Yes. It deals with my tour experience I elaborated on earlier in the thread but basically, don't be afraid to take chances. It was hard for me to quit my job and walk away from school but I'm incredibly glad I did, even if things didn't work out. I learned so much from that experience and honestly it helped me to get into my school of choice, gave me great stories, made me grow as a person and allowed me to see sights I never would have been able to had I passed on the opportunity.

    Now I'm not saying that everyone should go run out, start a band and then go on tour. Rather, I think you should just take some chances here and there, especially when it comes to pursuing a dream of yours. Even if it doesn't work out, most often you can just pick up the pieces where you left off. It can be dangerous to do this as I know a lot of people who would have a hard time picking school back up, but I know several people who have had no problem doing so (me included). Basically, don't limit yourself to following the status quo. Go do the things you want to do (within reason of course) while you can. Don't be reckless with your life and waste it away, but life isn't a race. Take it at a pace that works best for you (once again, within reason).

    What's your favorite real fotball (soccer) team?
    Probably my soccer team when I was in 5th grade. We were pretty rockin' that year from what I recall. Some real studs.
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    i dont know why i want to know this about you but i do. How are the tires on your Nissan? How old are they and is there pleanty of tread left? If and when you need to get new tires, what type would you replace them with? 80,000 mile premiums? 40- 50,000 mile best quality or cheap 30,000 mile budgets?Do you have a good spare?
    Where do you go to get your oil changes? Do you get regular oil changes ?
    Do you do good maintenace on your truck? How old is the battery? Is it in clean shape or is there a bunch of crud around the terminals? Do you check the oil levels and have you ever opened the petcock and drained the old radiator fluid out and replaced it? Have you checked your belts and hoses for fraying/glazing on the belts or soft spots/bulges on the hose? Is there anything that currently needs attending to?do you have an automatic or standard. Do you keep the interior clean?Do you have an aftermarket stereo system?
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerryjg View Post
    i dont know why i want to know this about you but i do. How are the tires on your Nissan? How old are they and is there pleanty of tread left? If and when you need to get new tires, what type would you replace them with? 80,000 mile premiums? 40- 50,000 mile best quality or cheap 30,000 mile budgets?Do you have a good spare?
    Where do you go to get your oil changes? Do you get regular oil changes ?
    Do you do good maintenace on your truck? How old is the battery? Is it in clean shape or is there a bunch of crud around the terminals? Do you check the oil levels and have you ever opened the petcock and drained the old radiator fluid out and replaced it? Have you checked your belts and hoses for fraying/glazing on the belts or soft spots/bulges on the hose? Is there anything that currently needs attending to?do you have an automatic or standard. Do you keep the interior clean?Do you have an aftermarket stereo system?
    Thanks.
    Man Jerry. Relentless Q's about ole "Sir Nissan Frontiersworth" (that is his name in case you didn't know... pretty regal, huh?)

    I'll try to take these questions one at a time.

    Tires: I'm sure I have plenty of tread left, though I haven't checked recently. I bought the truck brand new (it is an '05) and it doesn't even have 50k miles on it so I'm sure the tires are fine for at least another 20-30k. When I replace them, I'm not sure what I'll replace them with. I anticipate to get at least another two, maybe three years out of them. I have no idea what financial state I'll be in when I need new tires. But my good buddy used to work in a tire shop for several years so I'll probably consult him. I do have a good spare. It is full size and given that I've got steel wheels, I'm almost positive that it is a full size spare on the same rims I'm rolling on.

    Oil: I get it done where ever I am at when it needs changing. Last time I got it changed I was down in So Cal. Next time, it'll probably be in a few months. I run synthetic now so my oil changes are further apart. I do get regular oil changes; when ever the sticker says I'm do or shortly there after.

    Maintenance: I don't do it personally. When ever I get my oil change they usually check simple stuff out for me, and as I said earlier, because my truck is just about 2 1/2 years old (bought it in Aug of '05) it shouldn't need anything. The battery is fine, radiator fluid should be fine (though I will probably replace it at 60k miles), the hoses are fine. I had my 30k mile tune up and everything was fine (especially seeing as how I didn't go to the dealer for it and thus didn't get raped). I am slowly coming up on my 60k mile tune up and I'm not sure what the manual calls for but I'm anticipating that I'll need new brake pads and to have the radiator fluid changed. I think the tranny fluid will probably need to be changed as well. I'm sure my gear oil is gonna be fine for a little longer though I'm not sure.

    I don't believe that there is anything that needs attending to other than that it could use a wash. But I live right in the middle of downtown Berkeley so I can't wash it myself and I refuse to pay someone else to wash my car so it's cleanliness will have to wait.

    My truck is a manual. It has a 6spd

    I keep my interior relatively free of junk and pretty clean. Though I probably should wipe the dash down soon.

    And I have an aftermarket Alpine deck so that I can plug my iPod into it. However, I don't really like the controls on the deck. But I do like the fact that I can plug my iPod in directly. I just think there are probably better decks out there. But I got it as a present so I can't complain.
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    You just won the lottery, but there is a stipulation: You can only buy yourself and others one item per person. What do you buy for:

    Yourself?

    Me?

    Theodie?

    Ratherdashing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake View Post
    You just won the lottery, but there is a stipulation: You can only buy yourself and others one item per person. What do you buy for:

    Yourself?

    Me?

    Theodie?

    Ratherdashing?

    barbarianbrute?
    Myself: If a giant share of a company counts as one thing, than that is it. If not, probably a monster truck. Gravedigger in particular. Either that or a well established bar. Me loves the drinks and the bar lifestyle. Or maybe the world's longest lap dance. Tough choice, really.

    You: I think I'd buy you a spot on tour with your band of choice.

    Theodie: After his most recent thread I'm tempted to say a walker but I think it'd probably be the world's most giant bread bowl to fill with his chowder.

    Ratherdasing: A .50 caliber machine gun.

    Barbarianbrute: a life time supply of anger management classes.
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    Well all, its been fun.

    XSSIVE is up next.
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