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Music, TV, Movies / Re: Decades Feeder Bracket - 1980 Round of 16
« Last post by jamus34 on Today at 09:16:20 PM »
Quiet Riot will most definitely be in 1983.  Ratt will almost definitely be in 1984.
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General Discussion / Re: Rain, rain, and more rain
« Last post by bayonetbrant on Today at 09:15:12 PM »


as the video starts, the road at the bottom that goes off-screen on the bottom left corner is the road we take to get Bayonet Jr to school.

at the 38s mark, the yellow bldg w/ the red and white awning is a Peruvian chicken joint that had 2 feet of standing water inside the restaurant

at the 1:35 mark the intersection in the distance is the same one from the start of the video.  The road running left-to-right through that intersection is Six Forks Rd, that we use to get in/out of downtown.  We follow it to the right and take the next big right turn to parallel the road the drone is tracking.  It was just as flooded as this one.
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Music, TV, Movies / Re: Decades Feeder Bracket - 1980 Round of 16
« Last post by MetalDog on Today at 09:14:14 PM »
Quiet Riot will most definitely be in 1983.  Ratt will almost definitely be in 1984.
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General Discussion / Re: Rain, rain, and more rain
« Last post by bayonetbrant on Today at 09:14:03 PM »
Creek's normal level is 4-1/2 feet.  Flood stage is 11 feet.  Crested this morning at 21.8 feet, just short of a 'double flood'

Bad news?  The basin is very narrow and fills up in a hurry, especially since a lot of residential development funnels downhill into the creek and its feeders.

Good news?  It drains really damn fast, and despite 9 inches of rain in 36 hours, the creek is almost below flood stage about 12 hours after the rain stopped.

It's going to really suck downstream though.

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Music, TV, Movies / Re: Decades Feeder Bracket - 1980 Round of 16
« Last post by jamus34 on Today at 09:02:01 PM »
Aja is a great album.

I'm burnt out on Van Halen, BJ (The band that MD will not allow to be named) and AC/DC. Just heard too much of their stuff repetitively to like it.

I also hate the primary radio songs of Kiss and Ramones (Rock and Roll all night and Sedated, respectively) however I do like a lot of their other stuff.

Of course I will also listen to Bela Fleck when the mood strikes.

If you like Disturbed then definitely listen to Type O-; Peter Steele was a god among men in the deep voice category and taken from us way too young.

Regarding the list I'm somewhat disappointed at no Ratt or Quiet Riot. Body Talk and Metal Health were head banger anthem's from the 80's.
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Music, TV, Movies / Re: Decades Feeder Bracket - 1980 Round of 16
« Last post by MetalDog on Today at 08:37:21 PM »
'Aja,' is also one of my favorite albums.  Saw Steely Dan a few years ago and it was one of the best shows I ever saw.
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Another Indiana Jones movie with Harrison Ford in it?

They better hurry up before the reaper shows up for 'ole Harrison. 

I said "reaper".  Not "reefer".  The latter already showed up for Harrison Ford a LONG time ago, before a galaxy far far away.   :crazy2:
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Music, TV, Movies / Re: Decades Feeder Bracket - 1980 Round of 16
« Last post by trailrunner on Today at 08:15:13 PM »
'Breakfast In America,' is one of the cleanest sounding records I have ever played.  I have a friend who uses it to set the levels on his stereo.

When Steely Dan's Aja came out, it made all of our stereos sound so much better.
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Music, TV, Movies / Re: Jukebox Playlist
« Last post by Banzai_Cat on Today at 08:10:28 PM »
Best. Movie. Ever.
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Music, TV, Movies / Re: Decades Feeder Bracket - 1980 Round of 16
« Last post by Banzai_Cat on Today at 08:04:45 PM »
Nice!  O0
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