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  • pigger
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    Originally posted by El Cruncho View Post
    TANT-TANT-TAAANT!
    TANT-TANT-TADAAAAAANT!
    TANT-TANT-TAAANT , TANT-TAAAAAAAAANT

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  • pigger
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    Originally posted by Machine Gun View Post
    I've tried but I just can't get into Deep Purple. They're okay, but I feel like I should like them more.
    I wasn't into them at the time, but I got in to a DP cover band and started to appreciate them more. I play keys, and Lord's work was pretty wild.

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  • Anna Log
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    Originally posted by Brave Ulysses View Post

    you sir are a national treasure.
    You're finally catching on....

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  • El Cruncho
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    TANT-TANT-TAAANT!
    TANT-TANT-TADAAAAAANT!
    TANT-TANT-TAAANT , TANT-TAAAAAAAAANT

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  • kentuckyklira
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    Alzheimer alarm, you posted that a few weeks ago already!

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  • Machine Gun
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    I've tried but I just can't get into Deep Purple. They're okay, but I feel like I should like them more.

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  • AlamoJoe
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    Originally posted by Brave Ulysses View Post
    I can play the solos to smoke on the water and highway star
    Do you play them with a pick? Or how they are meant to be played...

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  • Nut Hugger.2
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    More about Toledo

    For those who live and work in Toledo, it might be odd to hear the city mentioned as a vacation destination. But according to a survey from Expedia.com, the Glass City ranks among the best small-to-medium sized cities to visit.

    Toledo ranked fourth in the survey, which polled 1,000 Americans, trailing only Cape Cod, Mass.; Cooperstown, N.Y., and Lake Tahoe, Calif., and it outranked such locations as Aspen, Colo.; Bar Harbor, Maine; St. Augustine, Fla., and Key West, Fla.

    https://www.toledoblade.com/NewsSlid...-to-visit.html

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  • Nut Hugger.2
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    Originally posted by Anna Log View Post
    That album sucks.
    You're an idiot.
    That JVC deck is garbage.
    you sir are a national treasure.

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  • Nut Hugger.2
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    Originally posted by HAMMER TOSS View Post

    #15 most dangerous cities. Looks like a great place!


















    15. Toledo, Ohio
    > Violent crime rate: 1,192 per 100,000
    > 2016 murders: 37
    > Poverty rate: 27.8%
    > Unemployment rate: 5.6%
    Crime is often most prevalent in cities with widespread poverty. In Toledo, 27.8% of residents live in poverty, and 14.7% of households earn less than $10,000 a year — each among the largest shares of any major U.S. city. There were 1,193 violent crimes reported per 100,000 residents in Toledo in 2016, more than three times the national rate of 386 incidents per 100,000 Americans.



    Lol, don't worry about me. I live in a burb 10 minutes from the east side of Toledo. My house is in the middle of a 1.05 acre lot, and the nearest neighbor is over 50 yards away.
    Tell me more about the crazy gun toting lunatic that lives in a house 10 feet from yours.

    It's true that a city like Toledo would terrify a little pussy like you, but to me it's home. And besides, those 30+ murders each year are mostly gang members, and I'm not affiliated with any at this time. Pussy.

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  • Anna Log
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    That album sucks.
    You're an idiot.
    That JVC deck is garbage.

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  • HAMMER TOSS
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    Originally posted by Brave Ulysses View Post

    I don’t have to worry about the neighbors shooting at me.
    #15 most dangerous cities. Looks like a great place!


















    15. Toledo, Ohio
    > Violent crime rate: 1,192 per 100,000
    > 2016 murders: 37
    > Poverty rate: 27.8%
    > Unemployment rate: 5.6%
    Crime is often most prevalent in cities with widespread poverty. In Toledo, 27.8% of residents live in poverty, and 14.7% of households earn less than $10,000 a year — each among the largest shares of any major U.S. city. There were 1,193 violent crimes reported per 100,000 residents in Toledo in 2016, more than three times the national rate of 386 incidents per 100,000 Americans.




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  • Nut Hugger.2
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    Originally posted by HAMMER TOSS View Post

    That makes you a virtuoso in Toledo


    I don’t have to worry about the neighbors shooting at me.

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  • HAMMER TOSS
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    Originally posted by Brave Ulysses View Post
    I can play the solos to smoke on the water and highway star
    That makes you a virtuoso in Toledo


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  • AlamoJoe
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    Yes! Dp in their golden Age!

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