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  • Posted 10/01/2014 05:23:34 EDT

    For a song to be both the worst and best probably means that it was a great song that got over played, thus people became sick of it. Disco would thus not qualify, as I know people in Chicago once had more »

  • Posted 09/15/2014 03:37:27 EDT

    The first Jeff Beck Group which included Ron Woods and Rod Stewart was good. I think they only made one album together, "Truth". I believe Keith Moon, Jimmy Page, and John Paul Jones were also was ass more »

  • Posted 09/10/2014 02:26:09 EDT

    In response to Hfxsoxnut's comment: [QUOTE] It's funny, for a long time I thought Styx were a Canadian band.  Maybe only a fellow Canuck would understand why I thought they 'sounded Canadian'. [/QUOTE more »

  • Posted 09/02/2014 02:41:13 EDT

    Regarding a file where all people's internet use is filled and available. I ask this, how is it that computer crime, the largest type of crime, so large that the FBI boss said less than 2 years ago in more »

  • Posted 08/29/2014 02:29:23 EDT

    Because the upcoming draft is supposed to be really good, Toronto will:

    1. Make the playoffs
    2. Not get a high draft pick

    The above results in continued mediocracy in years to follow for the Leafs.

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  • Posted 08/26/2014 05:46:34 EDT

    Slim. You're right about VPNs and virtual compters or virtual servers not changing IP addresses to the outside world. Somehow I always get proxy servers mixed up with VPNs even though they are totally more »

  • Posted 08/26/2014 04:23:28 EDT

    Another thing. I find that the BDC ads I get when I'm logged into BDC depends on what computer I'm using. Quite obviously BDC does not have tabs on me. If I use my computer at work I get accounting re more »

  • Posted 08/25/2014 04:24:18 EDT

    Zilla. You need to learn how computer hackers operate. I'm referring to how they hide their IP and MAC addresses so that nobody knows the location of their computer. Both IP and MAC addresses are easi more »

  • Posted 08/25/2014 03:19:07 EDT

    Nice and informative post Yoga.

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  • Posted 08/22/2014 04:59:17 EDT

    Yoga, Radiohead is not for nerds. Radiohead is largely for people who are tech savy ... computer geeks who are highly intelligent people (also people who like Pink Floyd). Nerds are people like Don Or more »

  • Posted 08/22/2014 04:49:18 EDT

    I would combine music where the artists are still in the loop to appeal to a broader spectrum of persons of all ages, thus: U2 Muse Lana Del Rey Muse is like Queen and could have probably been accepte more »

  • Posted 08/22/2014 04:32:05 EDT

    Styx along with Boston were the first 2 bands I liked. Styx was from Chicago where I lived in the late 70's and they got plenty of airtime back then, especially on WLS (World's Largest Station at that more »

  • Posted 08/21/2014 03:02:16 EDT

    No Radiohead or Coldplay albums ... Mmmmm. It's official that list is garbage. By the way, it used to be cool to be in the know as to what the latest albums were. No more. Album #164 "Queen Of Hearts" more »

  • Posted 08/19/2014 02:54:18 EDT

    I laughed when Gruden said Cleveland should build their team around Johnny Football.

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  • Forum Post: Manfred

    Posted 08/14/2014 07:26:36 EDT

    In response to billge's comment: [QUOTE] The new boss [/QUOTE] Same as the old boss. That is why he is in. Hopefully Tampa Bay relocates to Montreal under his regime. That would be cool on so many lev more »

  • Posted 08/08/2014 05:30:29 EDT

    Regarding Grant Fuhr. As I got to see most of the Oilers games in Edmonton in the 1980's due to living there then, I would say stats definitely don't come close to telling the story on Fuhr. A lot of more »

  • Posted 07/31/2014 04:24:55 EDT

    Hysteria ... Def Leppard High N Dry ... Def Leppard Emotional Rescue ... Rolling Stones Pieces Of Eighgt ... Styx A Rush Of Blood To The Head ... Coldplay Mylo Xyloto ... Coldplay X and Y ... Coldplay more »

  • Posted 07/30/2014 03:12:02 EDT

    Blue Jeans by Lana Del Ray is a great song. So is Fade To Black by Metallica.

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  • Posted 07/30/2014 03:07:35 EDT

    Hi Yoga. In real life I tend to assume a lot at times and a lot of my conversations involve back and forths to clarify things. What I meant in my post was that Jeff Beck, Rod Stewart, Ron Woods, and J more »

  • Posted 07/24/2014 04:43:50 EDT

    Since I'm on summer holidays I'm going to be lazy. I will go with songs from musicians who all played for the Jeff Beck group and later gained prominence elsewhere. I think all of these members are in more »

  • Posted 07/21/2014 02:51:27 EDT

    My definition of Rock & Roll is not merely Rock music. It has to have some Roll to it also. Rock and Roll by Zeppelin is also my pick.

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  • Posted 07/21/2014 02:38:23 EDT

    I spend my summers in Canada with Toronto being where I am this year. I've been going to all the Jays games at the Rogers Centre this summer and here's my scoop: Hutchison has had problems pitching in more »

  • Posted 07/04/2014 02:29:19 EDT

    There's not too many bands other than Van Halen and AIC that made a mistake when they had/have different lead singers (at least according to my music taste that I can think of), especially when the ba more »

  • Posted 07/04/2014 02:14:07 EDT

    Although Van Halen was a huge success when Sammy Hagar replaced David Lee Roth as lead vocalist, to me that band had an inferior sound as well as less jam than with David Lee Roth. Shame on the van Ha more »

  • Posted 06/09/2014 01:16:10 EDT

    I'm always looking at new music listening ideas and concept albums look good. Right now I'm listening to Pieces Of Eight by Styx on YouTube. Great album with no fillers.

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