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Mar 22, 2013 tonyt2000 commented on HOLY SHIT: Prince Playing Four Shows at the Showbox Next Month.
Well, tickets went on sale today and they're $250 EACH, NOT including tax and fees. Thanks, but no thanks. Talk about gouging your fans.
Dec 28, 2012 tonyt2000 commented on WHO IS THIS? Legends Edition .
Why, it's Mudhoney, of course!
Dec 22, 2012 tonyt2000 commented on Christmas in Prison.
So I'd like to know how, exactly, some commentors are presuming that these two are anarchists and/or criminals, because they refused to answer vague questions about people they may or may not know, or may be tangentially acquainted with, and about events that they weren't even involved in? They both have (well, one of them still has it) jobs, were not involved in the events in question, and felt that they were being strong-armed into giving testimony about events they had no knowledge of? Sorry, but they're being screwed regardless of whether or not they're legally compelled to answer whatever inane questions the grand jury deems fit to ask. They don't view themselves as heroes or revolutionaries, just regular, normal folks who don't want to be coerced into helping the government screw others.
May 14, 2012 tonyt2000 commented on "Law & Order & Food".
I, too miss the Lemmy years.
Sep 2, 2011 tonyt2000 commented on Pit Bull Owners Stage Counter-Protest to Show How Friendly Pit Bulls Are By Posing Their Dogs With Babies!.
@3: Show me some solid statistics on how Pit Bulls ROUTINELY kill people, please. If you're going to be prone to hyperbole, back it up. I have yet to meet a single Pit who has been anything less than a total sweetheart, with great owners who have properly socialized and trained their dogs. Yes, Pits can be dangerous, but no more so than most other large dogs.
Jun 23, 2010 tonyt2000 commented on Do You Remember My Name?.
@8: I remember your tenure with My Name, Fred, and you not only filled Trevor's (huge) shoes, but kicked some supreme ass while doing so. I believe I saw your first show with them @ The Central (now Hell's Kitchen, I think).
Jun 22, 2010 tonyt2000 commented on Do You Remember My Name?.
I also ran sound for them at the Victory Club in North Tacoma, on an open mic night that they chose to make a surprise appearance, and they were the nicest, most gracious musicians I've ever worked with. I still have copies of Megacrush and Wet Hills and Big Wheels, and dusted them off after reading this post. They hold up remarkably well. Great memories!
Jun 22, 2010 tonyt2000 commented on Do You Remember My Name?.
I saw them a number of times while playing in bands in the T-Town area in the early 90s, including a legendary appearance at the Central Clubhouse in Milton with Sage and Zeke as opening acts. They are a criminally underrated local band.
Apr 7, 2010 tonyt2000 commented on Scott Burroughs, RIP.
He was one of the very first people I knew here, and even though we were more acquaintances than close friends, when our paths crossed over the years he never failed to recognize me, put his arm around me and smile broadly as we shot the shit and caught up on our lives. To be able to leave such a lasting and positive impression on even the most casual of your friends is a gift, and he had it in spades. The world could use more people like him. :-(
Apr 2, 2010 tonyt2000 commented on Hang Your Head in Shame, Tabasco.
I've NEVER liked Tabasco, and still don't understand its popularity. If I need vinegar on my taco, I'll go straight to the source. Sriracha is fantastic, but not as versatile. Tapatio has been a staple in our house for years, and we're never without an industrial-sized bottle in our fridge. There may be "better" sauces out there, but Tapatio is the best and most versatile.
 
 

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