Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by thumsup, Oct 14, 2008.
Is that any relation to Imogene Coca??? sign1sign1sign1
Well, SOMEONE has to be imagining me SOMEWHERE because try as I might, I cannot think myself thin enough to fit into my high school band uniform. It must be a conflict of thinterest.
Speaking of music: "8 to 5" has a different meaning for us old marching bandos, eh? Our director had us marching to the theme of Mission: Impossible (by Lalo Schifrin). 5/4 time and the "Les Astute Clarinets" did not fare very well.
There can't be no music in here! We got to hear the pin drop.
I didn't hear it drop.
Of course not. Mountain Man dropped it 2 days ago, and you couldn't have heard it because you are nonexistential.
Back at the ranch......The light is still burning..(or not..)....
There is no pin.
No pin, no gin.
I can't live in a world without A's...
There was a pin?
I guess this just moves to fast for some of us.
Next we'll be debating how many angels can dance on the head of said pin.
Or if we can write The New Testament of a grain of rice... HEY!!! Wait A Minute!!!
I Bet it's a Grain of Rice Bulb at the end of the tunnel!!!!!!
Yeaaaaaaaaaaaahhh That's the Ticket!!!!
I dropped the pin. You can't hear it because it happened in the past. Of course, you could back up a page or two and "hear it" again.
The latest information is that which are actually in a vertical shaft looking downwards at the nice, shiny, white-painted nose of a Peacemaker missile carrying 10 MIRV warheads.
If that particular light "goes out", we are well and truly screwed.
Well, at least I have one of the missle keys... :mrgreen:
And I have the other, plus a frozen pizza, a 12-pack of brew "and a partridge in a pear tree..."
"I saw Mommy kissing Santa Claus, Underneath the missle keys last night..."
I think it's from "Nuclear Winter" starring Bang Crosby.
I prefer the old favorite by Tennessee Ernie Ford: "Sixteen Kilotons"
And don't forget "O, Tannenboom"
Sweet lets get together and have a launch party. It'll be a blast!
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