The Middle of the Week

The Gorge 8.8.09 (Photo: Wendy Rogell)


LOST Discussion Thread:

In order to preserve everyone’s personal journey through the six seasons of LOST, I have created a specific post/thread to discuss this week’s episode. Keeping LOST discussion to this location will keep people who are behind from reading spoilers – because that is the worst. Please respect this and keep all show commentary in the previous post.


Jam of the Day:

2001 > Simple” 11.18.96 II

This is one of the first jammed out “2001’s,” coming before Trey began playing ’97 funk licks – a psychedelic combination. And the “Simple,” included on the extra disc of “Vegas ’96,” is simply sublime.




6.24.2000 Lakewood Amp. Atlanta, GA < Torrent

6.24.2000 Lakewood Amp. Atlanta, GA < Megaupload

While this defining “Tweezer” dominates the evening, the “Moma” and “Antelope” provide further highlights. This reader request goes out to Henry!

I: The Moma Dance > Runaway Jim, Bouncing Around the Room, Tweezer > Strange Design, Cavern

II: Birds of a Feather, Bug, My Sweet One, Run Like an Antelope, Frankie Says, Carini, The Squirming Coil, Prince Caspian

E: Guyute, The Inlaw Josie Wales, Driver, Tweezer Reprise

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705 Responses to “The Middle of the Week”

  1. SillyWilly Says:


    thats a really funny satire of indie.

  2. BTB Says:

    I really wanted to see Gov’t Mule in Cleveland last night. I’ve always wanted to see Warren Haynes rip it up. Tickets were $30, but I didn’t go. Just extra money I rather save for snowboarding or tour. Kind of mad at myself though.

  3. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    thankfully, my “hate” is just a fun rivalry type of thing and not the real type of hate one needs to un-learn. it’s not like my dad was showing us propaganda films like “Penn State: The Scourge of College Football”. Or was he…

  4. Stupendous Says:

    morning all…

    So i feel a bit of segregation this morning with the crew split up into two groups…ive never seen Lost; I fell for Heroes for a bit and learned my lesson

    That DOTD was my second show, and one I did not get into, I was outside on the hill trying to groove, but the sound wasnt all that good so i took off to the lot and hung with some neat folks…

    @Lycan I checked out some CF tunes, pretty nice! You play the keys?

  5. SillyWilly Says:


    Ive just been buying tickets at will, and its not good for the budget. Stay strong. Summer 2010 will be well worth the sacrifice.

  6. SillyWilly Says:

    I don’t hate Penn State, but BC, or USC is a different story.

    sorry, but I don’t hate Penn State.

  7. Litteringand Says:

    TypeIII and Willy
    When the Irish renewed their series with PSU a couple of years back I made shirts that read- Front: Can Joe Pa Beat the Irish? Back:(Picture of a Diaper) DEPENDS. It was a big hit

  8. Stupendous Says:

    miner had posted some kind of bonus sbd disc a while ago of a few scattered songs from different shows that contained that sick Tweezer in all its sbd glory!

  9. gratefulcub Says:

    I have hatred for both Penn State and Notre Dame. But, it’s because I was a fan of the U when I was young, as I have discussed, I don’t know why either. Long ago I learned to hate Miami, yet I forgot to unhate Penn State and Notre Dame. I guess I need new reasons…

    I shall strongly dislike Penn State due to their uniforms from 1932, that they still wear.

    Notre Dame: Touchdown Jesus

  10. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    you’re just too young to remember that PSU and ND used to play every year. damn, that came off as curmudgeony…

    but there was a time when they were the two big independent programs and would play every year. unfortunately for me, I was living in eastern PA as a kid at the time and ND was decidedly un-good (Faust years).

    I would’ve bought that shirt

  11. BTB Says:

    Gratefulcub a former fan of the U? I had no idea you rolled that hard back in the day.

  12. gratefulcub Says:

    Do you guys think that Notre Dame will be one of the 12 teams in the Big Ten in the near future?

  13. sumodie Says:

    @gcub: you’ve painted quite the vivid picture! what shade of mascara would i need to be accepted by VP hipsters?

  14. gratefulcub Says:

    BTB, I can’t rehash it or I would get blasted for telling the same stories 3+ times. But, let’s just say I had a drinking problem when I was about 7 years old, I dressed funny, and I sold a little crack. I spent 6th grade in rehab with Drew Barrymore and learned the error of my ways.

  15. gratefulcub Says:

    Any shade will do, they are all looking at the floor.

  16. Litteringand Says:

    To much money wrapped up in ND/NBC contract to have that happen. Ironically back in the early days of the Big Ten ND tried to get in but was denied.

  17. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:



    seriously. we’ve gone through the Big Ten overtures before and ND just isn’t interested. I don’t fully agree with all of the reasons, but I understand the desire to maintain independence for football. Not something to clog the board here with, but it is an interesting topic for discussion.

  18. Neemor Says:

    “I sold a little crack.”

    I was just wondering if I could pull off the mascara look….

  19. sumodie Says:

    @hh: ive had my greenboard innoculations, thank you very much. anyway, i always wear my rubbers when i go over there to play in the muck.

  20. whole tour! Says:

    Best to double strap when you hit the grrenboard.

  21. BTB Says:

    Pitt should be the next team included in the Big 10. Pitt has the academics to match a very-above average athletics program.

    I say no to inclusion of West Virginia or Notre Dame. Notre Dame already plays 4 B10 games a year (practically already included) and WVU would be the worst academic school in the conference. Not in favor of added just a sports school.

  22. HarryHood Says:

    “Any shade will do, they are all looking at the floor”

    ^ Coffee spitting moment in my office over this one!

  23. HarryHood Says:


    I didn’t give you enough credit before. I’m glad that you use protection when you venture off into “unfamiliar” territory.

  24. HarryHood Says:

    The greenboard is like a hot girl you know has something. You know it’s dirty, but it’s still facinating in a way…… Do you venture in and use protection or just stay away? I choose to stay away.

  25. BTB Says:

    Get back to work HHood!!

    Also, I was cruising around in my car last night eating Wasabi Peas and SLAMMING the Hood from Clifford Ball. I was thinking to myself, “The only good thing about Harry Hood is the jam… And that beer he brought from upstate NY”.

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