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    Quote Originally Posted by Slapshot View Post
    Matt,

    Its all good. I do all that I can to keep the costs within reach of as many as I can. Obviously, when travel is involved, it does become more expensive.
    But, another look at it would say "you didnt have any travel costs last year, so average the cost of the two years..." :D

    Take that comment with a smile, please...

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    you, DW, should only be concerned with the costs of the show, not
    ours to get there. just sayin' atmo. personally i am looking forward to
    at least five contiguous years in the east to even out the last five
    nahbs events. and yeah, this post is now cached.

    pressing enter now atmo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    you, DW, should only be concerned with the costs of the show, not
    ours to get there. just sayin' atmo. personally i am looking forward to
    at least five contiguous years in the east to even out the last five
    nahbs events. and yeah, this post is now cached.

    pressing enter now atmo.
    Dude! Just because you live in the middle of nowhere doens't mean the show should come to you!?!

    Now if it were close to me DW could pick up the huge Montana crowd. I must have at least a 100,000 folks living within a days drive. We are talking real numbers here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Kirk View Post
    Dude! Just because you live in the middle of nowhere doens't mean the show should come to you!?!

    Now if it were close to me DW could pick up the huge Montana crowd. I must have at least a 100,000 folks living within a days drive. We are talking real numbers here.

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    nah i'd rather see it morphe into the next chapter atmo.
    nahbs: one step beyond -

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    One step beyond!

    YouTube - Madness - One Step Beyond


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Kirk View Post
    One step beyond!



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    i gave you a softball atmo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    i gave you a softball atmo.
    Word. And I smacked the effer out of the show.

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    Default one bloody good band!

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    madness did good stuff

    yeah I am a fan

    many a glass of red drunk while dancing around the house with the CD spinning at full steam
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dazza View Post
    madness did good stuff

    yeah I am a fan

    many a glass of red drunk while dancing around the house with the CD spinning at full steam
    man! that CD is currently sitting in my top 5 shop playlist. i'm gonna go bust out "the Specials - the John Peel sessions" and maybe "dance craze" thanks, guys! sorry for the thread drift, but you guys started it...........YouTube - THE SELECTER - THREE MINUTE HERO Steve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dazza View Post
    madness did good stuff

    yeah I am a fan

    many a glass of red drunk while dancing around the house with the CD spinning at full steam

    Dazza,

    due to the unfortunate saga of last weeks hospital stay, I have now switched to RED wine...

    Damn. just damn.

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    As much as I love Madness, I liked the Specials more.

    YouTube - The Specials - Ghost Town


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    the English Beat always works for me, still.........YouTube - English Beat: "Save It For Later" and just to segue this all around, how about a hip band and a bar for NAHBS vips? like in san jose when we drank the bar dry - now THAT was a good time. screw the black tie gig. let's get loose & shoot the shit...........Steve.
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    I dunno. I always thought Ska was what happened when rude boys discovered pot, shortly before going 'straight edge' and renouncing it all.

    Which is why The Clash and Stiff Little Fingers pwn The Specials and Madness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thylacine Cycles View Post
    I dunno. I always thought Ska was what happened when rude boys discovered pot, shortly before going 'straight edge' and renouncing it all.

    Which is why The Clash and Stiff Little Fingers pwn The Specials and Madness.

    :thumbs_up:
    Never got into SLF, but The Clash is still in my top 3 of all time.
    New Model Army is as well, but I still enjoy some good ska.

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    ok -
    i guess the thread has run full circle atmo.
    DW, your issues from the OP were addressed, i hope.
    let's try to keep the chat on topic.
    the general discussion board is where the casey kasem stuff goes.
    thanks.

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