The Final Night

“Oh Kee Pah > Yem” Part 1

“YEM” Part 2

“YEM” Part 3



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4,776 Responses to “The Final Night”

  1. little umbrellas Says:

    ^ left out an important word; ‘first’ set closer.

  2. little umbrellas Says:

    starlake12 Simple just took it there.

  3. Jerome Garcia Says:

    Speaking of China holy smog Batman…

  4. little umbrellas Says:

    Surprise! It’s Light! Every soul in the house goes nuts!

    Beautiful music. see I knew Case and MiA had a little whale love 😉

    A Mid Mike’s Light. Calypso space funk.

  5. ren Says:

    Wow…that smog is something else. When I traveled there for business I could not get over the rotten eggs/sulfur/struck match smell that greeted you every time you stepped outdoors.

    Sure American and Europe have cleaned up their acts environmentally speaking…but all we really did was just “throw our trash in someone else’s backyard”

  6. little umbrellas Says:

    Weekapaug has a nice slower tempo. Trey starting with some Light dementia before hitting the chords. Clean.

  7. little umbrellas Says:

    Like how the Weekpaug has been infused with some Light jam tones.

    Dance Party music, Paug.

  8. little umbrellas Says:

    Sky Sustain note

  9. little umbrellas Says:

    What a quality run of music. Dont think I’ll be sticking around for the Bouncin> Julius> Slave.

    Thanks again Case. Needed a refresher on that one.

  10. Jerome Garcia Says:

    Is there a new post? No. Ok. Carry on.

  11. the Baker Says:

    “I hope to be able to please palates from all walks of life!”-ren
    ^great mantra

    Burgettstown tonight at work tonight!

  12. MiA Says:

    Sure American and Europe have cleaned up their acts environmentally speaking…but all we really did was just “throw our trash in someone else’s backyard”

    It’s not so much that way. The Chinese chose to put in coal because it was readily available and they were already paying 3x the global average for LNG. So they chose dirty fuel. The worst in fact. And when the question comes to putting particulate in the air or slowing down the boilers, they never slow them down.

    There are no environmental impact statements in China. There are zero penalties (in general) for not following laws if you are well connected.

    Companies don’t have to monitor effluent if the site is determined to be strategically important, etc.

    All of the fracking we are doing does NOT create energy independence. We are building 2 massive LNG terminals to export it to Japan and China and compete with Gazprom and Qatargas. Iran is the fourth largest provider of Nat Gas.

  13. MiA Says:

    ^ignore my rambling. Starlake Weekapaug was pretty pretty pretty good.

    Loved that show. Should see if I can find my crazy writings from that night posted on BB.

  14. MiA Says:

    Don’t forget the ridiculous ScentOAM

  15. bobby weird Says:

    new to me, perhaps not to anyone else. also, my first inclination was “who cares,” but then i got into it and thought there was some interesting tidbits from this re: life in late-term GD (from Welnick)

  16. Jerome Garcia Says:

    Re energy independence & LNG exports…it’s also bc we’re sitting on a shit ton of it & at the current LNG is not priced as a global commodity a la the price of barrel of oil. LNG is still very regionally priced primarily bc there isn’t a global delivery system hence the LNG terminals being built in Sabine Pass LA & Freeport TX w/ several other terminals planned &/or in the works. As LNG begins to be priced as a global commodity the US will be a net exporter w/ majority going to like MiA said China Japan as well as Europe. There’s significant expense in changing the US from oil to LNG; think expense associated w/ switching out gas stations for LNG delivery expense of changing oil refineries etc.

    Yeah MiA I want to hear about your about your starburst levels post Burgettstown. Enough of the above already 😉

  17. jtran Says:

    that interview led me to this:

  18. MiA Says:

    There’s significant expense in changing the US from oil to LNG

    I don’t necessarily agree with that. Natural Gas is a clean(er) fuel that produces no particulate. If you were going to burn a fossil fuel, the emissions are significantly decreased than coal. And much less damage done to those having to mine it.

    The average emissions rates in the United States from natural gas-fired generation are: 1135 lbs/MWh of carbon dioxide, 0.1 lbs/MWh of sulfur dioxide, and 1.7 lbs/MWh of nitrogen oxides.1 Compared to the average air emissions from coal-fired generation, natural gas produces half as much carbon dioxide, less than a third as much nitrogen oxides, and one percent as much sulfur oxides at the power plant

    And this is based on average emissions rates. New Natural Gas boilers are significantly more efficient than previous versions and the burners are much higher technology.

    I think replacing Coal in the US is a great idea. The problem is that 21.5B Sasol plant in Louisiana, says “Screw you. We want to ship it.”

    The joke is politicians, keep saying “Energy Independence” when in the end, we’re gonna export out as much energy as possible.

    We don’t want energy independence. We want global pricing and increased profits!

  19. little umbrellas Says:

    Funny, I never realized that SOAM could mean two things till now.

  20. Jerome Garcia Says:

    Referring more to moving from oil to LNG to fuel cars trucks buses etc & associated refining & delivery systems. Agreed US should move from coal & oil to LNG for energy/grid purposes. Energy independence really means net exporter. You nailed it with:

    We don’t want energy independence. We want global pricing and increased profits!

    Now seriously chop chop on your FBR’d comments as it relates to 6/23/12. Come on man!

  21. Jerome Garcia Says:

    What’s fucked is how much LNG is being burnt off at the wellheads…esp in the Bakken.

  22. Jerome Garcia Says:

    ^actually in this case it might be more oil than LNG but both exist in all the shale formations.

  23. Jerome Garcia Says:

    ^both oil & LNG in the Bakken as it relates to the above article

  24. Snow Says:

    What up bb brethren?

    Glad to see Things are still on track ’round these parts. Great points @mia. I almost jumped on that line about china too. Good call on the smoke and mirrors with energy independence. Never thought about it like that.

    :to the tune of Reba:
    Cool it, condense it, sell it to neighbors on a barge. Oh…

    Or however the fuck an LNG plant works.

    Ren’s grill on tour with guest bb chefs at each stop would be tasty. Somebody make that happen.

  25. MiA Says:

    I think I started posting on page 30 after the show. I think the times were mountain and we were Eastern. I am surprised. I was trying to “keep it together”

    MiA Says:
    June 24th, 2012 at 6:18 am
    Those lights are awesome. I have those prism fold up glasses, and everything goes 3D.
    Ovals are awesome.

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