- Turkey Boy (and destroyer of Spam Filters)
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Betty Denim wrote:And, quite frankly, if I had been raped and you said to me 'well yeah, it's crap innit; it's like that time I had to have a turnip curry' I'd do more than insult you.
- Diamond Geezer
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Quaco wrote:Are you fucking high?
take5_d_shorterer wrote:If John Bonham simply didn't listen to enough Tommy Johnson or Blind Willie Mctell, that's his doing.
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- Daddy Longlegs
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Although there's part of me that feels I should do otherwise out of respect for the late Mr. Jones, I'll go with B. West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band was a little ditty I enjoyed.
"The fool who persists in his folly shall become wise."
- William Blake
- Buddha B-Rex
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A has the strong Syl Johnson cut. It's new 5 are saved from being dismal by Grisby Dyke, and The Dylan/Band. B has Huey, but gets canceled out by Seger. B's new 5 is significantly stronger.
Freak out. Far out.
- Tonto Papadopoulos
- Utter Cad
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I like the cut of both these' jibs. A, though I like B more than most lists I've seen in this round.
Little Jim was no-one's fool - he owned the town's only jam butty mine.