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Donald Frazier
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Everything on this album has an ironic, evil back-kick.
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True re unpolished.  Think that was part of a sprawling, improv vibe they cultivated to keep it going for hours. I once heard them play non-stop from 8 to 4 the next morning.   By the time I tuned in they had the tightness needed to pull this off but yeah, some of these shows musta been pretty tiresome.
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It's a huge entourage, given to a lot of dropping out and coming back into the lineup.  But yeah, it was solid music for us.
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Spent about a month trying to get down the 'comic books and supercrooks' movement on piano.  (It is possible.  But not recommended.)
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Now we know where Michael Jackson got a lot of moves, ideas, stances.
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Sure, this stuff got made for money.  Big frickin deal.  Difference is, it got made for a lot of other reasons too, many of them more important.  And that's the main difference between these acts and those of today, even the very accomplished ones.  Now it's all done /just/ for the money, and has no other animating spirit.
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Much better this time around, with the smaller ensemble. Thanks!
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I'd buy a truckload of the sponsor's chewing gum for the hour-long version of this.
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Nice to be here!  BTW, what's it for?
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  • Sun Microsystems
  • Convergence Forum
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Denver, CO - New York, NY - Boston, MA - Boulder, CO - San Diego, CA - Frankfurt, Germany - Ithaca, NY - Williamstown, MA
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Idea Connector! Writing, teaching, and speaking. Mainly East Asia, in entrepreneurship and infrastructure capacity development. Forbes, Forbes Asia, The New York Times, National Geographic, etc.
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As a media person, I'm skeptical of Google+,  but glad to see how it can be of help to my work.
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Did quite well on the college board tests by cramming over a few days, without disciplined knowledge of anything on it.
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  • Boston University
    MS Communications
  • Williams College
    BA Economics, history
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Never heard of this place until today. They may not have a very high profile down there. But they do have what it takes to tell a special needs kid he can't wear a letter jacket. Now I've heard enough. But in one sense, the principal whom I should not name -- oh, alright, it's an educator named Ken Thiessen, not that this information should inspire anyone to look him up and tell then what they think, or worse, remember his name for when he comes to their community asking for the job of role model to their kids -- has done everyone a favor. He has let everyone know that not all of the important decisions in the world are big ones. We look around and see violence, despair, genocidal hatreds, monstrous regimes, corruption on high levels, and so on, and wonder what we can possibly do in our own tiny, seemingly-insignificant lives. Ken Thiessen, though, has come to the rescue. He has let us know that each one of us, if we look hard enough, has a chance somewhere to let the light of compassion out of our hearts and into the real world of messy situations and compromises that we just can't avoid sometimes. Some of us, every day, will now see this and make the right choice. And some of us will tell the kid he can't wear the jacket.
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This is not the correct phone number, according to a Singtel announcement just now.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Normal place, but with two big selling points. Seamstress/repair lady in the back good enough, and very cheap especially for larger jobs. Sure, they make mistakes,. But this place knows how to make good on them, easy and fast. These days that's a very big deal. Also, cool city neighborhood vibe: old carousel that actually moves, dance class pics on the walls, etc. Don't like it, go back to some chain in the burbs. Only caveat is they don't have enough connections to specialty shops. But then here in Denver we don't have these guys in the first place.
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Monopoly company. Need I say more?
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