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7 hours ago, Dub-T-123 said:

Let her do all the work then maybe later 

 That is not the next line but...

Here I am at a famous school
I'm dressin' sharp and I'm acting cool
I've got a cheerleader here
Wants to help with my paper

 

Now its your part Bub-T-123

 

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Yes, I know she is 16.  She owned the screen in Stranger Things.  She owns the screen in Enola Holmes, a really fun movie front to back.  Her and Helena Bonham in one movie was like porn for me.  The kid just has that face, and she can actually act.  She'll be the Liz Taylor for these thankless millenial friggin punks someday.

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I think I would like to see this Frank Zappa documentary some day. 

I don't go to the movies, and I never watch television, so it would have to be downloaded into this computer some how. 
Probably when it makes a rotation on youTube, I imagine. 

Frank was one of those artists who went by me somehow. 
I was never in a time or place where anyone played Zappa on the turntable or at a party, and I just never had the opportunity to get into his music. 

Was I aware of him?
Of course. 
I read articles in magazines. 
I had friends who talked about Joe's Garage.  And Sheik Yerbouti. 
I later watched interviews with Steve Vai about his early days, and the pleasure of working for Frank. 

In recent years, I have watched every single youTube video featuring an interview with Frank Zappa. 
I admire his intelligence, his wit, his dry, acerbic sense of humor. 

I have also watched all I can featuring  Dweezil.  And Steve Vai.  And Grand Funk Railroad. And their reflections on Frank. 

I look forward to seeing the documentary, and having my eyes opened for the first time.
I missed out. 
But it's not too late, I reckon. 

😐

 

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27 minutes ago, sparquelito said:

I think I would like to see this Frank Zappa documentary some day. 

I don't go to the movies, and I never watch television, so it would have to be downloaded into this computer some how. 
Probably when it makes a rotation on youTube, I imagine. 

Frank was one of those artists who went by me somehow. 
I was never in a time or place where anyone played Zappa on the turntable or at a party, and I just never had the opportunity to get into his music. 

Was I aware of him?
Of course. 
I read articles in magazines. 
I had friends who talked about Joe's Garage.  And Sheik Yerbouti. 
I later watched interviews with Steve Vai about his early days, and the pleasure of working for Frank. 

In recent years, I have watched every single youTube video featuring an interview with Frank Zappa. 
I admire his intelligence, his wit, his dry, acerbic sense of humor. 

I have also watched all I can featuring  Dweezil.  And Steve Vai.  And Grand Funk Railroad. And their reflections on Frank. 

I look forward to seeing the documentary, and having my eyes opened for the first time.
I missed out. 
But it's not too late, I reckon. 

😐

 

If you have none, get Apostrophe. If you can dig it get more. Many Zappa nuts here to help you out.

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