TTFF: Summer 3.0

6.12.10—Cuyahoga Falls, OH (L.Neuhaus)

Halley’s Comet” 5.28.10 I, Bethel, NY

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Simple” 8.6.10 II, Berkeley, CA

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Rock and Roll > Ghost” 6.17.11 II, Charlotte, NC

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A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing” 7.3.11 I, Watkins Glen, NY

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Number Line” 6.12.10 II, Cuyahoga Falls, OH

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Tweezer” 9.3.11 II, Denver, CO

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Light” 8.7.10 II, Berkeley, CA

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Sneakin’ Sally” 6.4.11 II, Cuyahoga Falls, OH

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46 Days” 8.15.09 II, Columbia, MD

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665 Responses to “TTFF: Summer 3.0”

  1. MiA Says:

    The graphicness of the tv show can be a little weary. The books are good, and the examination of how people achieve their power is excellent.

  2. Dr Pronoia Says:

    Just intrigue and power plays, without ANYTHING happening, doesn’t cut it for me. Unless its real life of course. I’m a little skeptical about genres anyway though so YMMV

  3. MiA Says:

    Everything is a genre.

  4. MiA Says:

    GoT is pretty massive though. Even reading the books I found to be a little too “explicit” in detail of meaningless stuff. Then a major piece of information would fly by that if you missed would have you scratching your head or re-reading.

    I get why it’s not some people’s thing though too.

  5. Dr Pronoia Says:

    Sorry, I meant specifically the genres with dragons or sorcerers or zombies, etc

    People are enough

    Whatever, for some reason that episode/season legitimately pissed me off. Better go to bed

  6. kayatosh Says:

    sopranos, boardwalk empire, GoT, true blood – pretty much all the same show, interchangeable. still an OK way to pass an hour.

    dr. P: the nature of these series is to keep you on the hook for the next episode, the next season, hence they are inherently irksome.

  7. Dr Pronoia Says:

    “Dude, you’re being veeery unDude”

    Sorry for negativity burp….whatever floats your boat wrt entertainment

  8. Dr Pronoia Says:

    Kaya my ambien has kicked in too hard for me to take you to task for conflating sopranos or boardwalk with true blood and goT

    Some other time :)

  9. kayatosh Says:

    i was being glib, doc. However, I do find the dramas to be retreads of the same tired themes.

    Perhaps that’s why i’m partial to flight of the conchords and other offbeat stuff.

  10. kayatosh Says:

    also got a bottle of 2006 barbaresco in me.

    PEACE

  11. sumodie Says:

    C’mon, there’s only 7 storylines in life anyway, doesn’t matter whether it’s book, tv, or real life :wink:

  12. vegas wolfmans Says:

    @Bingo’s Brother- I highly recommend digging back into her catalogue if you’re enjoying the Harrow and the Harvest. Revival and Soul Journey are my two favorites. Also, be sure to check out David Rawling’s (her partner/ guitar player) A Friend of A Friend. A masterpiece IMO. Method Acting-> Cortez from that album is absolutely breathtaking. I’m not ordinarily a fan of americana/bluegrass, but those records work for me on many levels.

  13. egon Says:

    Man, I really love the Cuyahoga Sally. When Mike turns on that envelope filter…dude…shit gets pretty hot.

  14. Tom Says:

    Does anyone have Alpine Pavs? If anyone can help me my e-mail is tp12993@aol.com Thanks

    Tom

  15. robear Says:

    The depth and breadth of skillz amongst the BB massive astounds me.

    Dose E Doh

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