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2014-04-20 03:04:46 AM
You're a cool guy soosh.
 
2014-04-20 03:06:18 AM
Thanks again, soosh. It's always a musical adventure. 4/20 or not!
 
2014-04-20 03:06:26 AM
Thanks again for the great music, soosh.

demaL-demaL-yeH: Good show, soosh.
Good night, fark.


Ay te watcho.
 
2014-04-20 03:07:35 AM

Lorelle: Oooh...Masterblaster


theflatline: I got booted to South America when I was 18 because I was drinking and partying too much in New Orleans, but I do not think Colombia was the best place to send a kid who liked to tear it up.

But my grandmother was a judge and a spanish teacher, and she pretty much yelled it into me.

My parents were born in the 1930s and grew up at a time when American kids were punished for speaking Spanish in school. My dad was bilingual but didn't speak English with a Spanish accent, and he didn't want his kids having Spanish accents, either.

/heard lotsa Spanish cuss words, though
//and neighborhood Spanglish


Wow, the must of been weird and it sounds crazy to me but the 30's America well, there were a lot of racist as hell people in charge, hell the US in the 30's had a true Nazi party and not the "Illinois Nazi's" in the Blues brothers.
 
2014-04-20 03:07:40 AM
so an extra hour then?
 
2014-04-20 03:09:07 AM
Woo replacements!
 
2014-04-20 03:09:23 AM
Excellent show, Soosh!
 
2014-04-20 03:11:51 AM
Great selection soosh.
Till next time...

Happy Easter all.
 
2014-04-20 03:14:43 AM

blottoman: so an extra hour then?


I'm okay with that.
 
2014-04-20 03:18:36 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: blottoman: so an extra hour then?

I'm okay with that.


Guess not.
 
2014-04-20 03:27:29 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: Lorelle: Oooh...Masterblaster


theflatline: I got booted to South America when I was 18 because I was drinking and partying too much in New Orleans, but I do not think Colombia was the best place to send a kid who liked to tear it up.

But my grandmother was a judge and a spanish teacher, and she pretty much yelled it into me.

My parents were born in the 1930s and grew up at a time when American kids were punished for speaking Spanish in school. My dad was bilingual but didn't speak English with a Spanish accent, and he didn't want his kids having Spanish accents, either.

/heard lotsa Spanish cuss words, though
//and neighborhood Spanglish

Wow, the must of been weird and it sounds crazy to me but the 30's America well, there were a lot of racist as hell people in charge, hell the US in the 30's had a true Nazi party and not the "Illinois Nazi's" in the Blues brothers.


Hmmm...I meant to write "Mexican-American" instead of "American."

* * * * *

Apparently that's how all public schools were back in the day (at least in CA). My father grew up in NorCal, and Mom (originally from TX) grew up in SoCal. In the mid-1940s, one of her elementary school teachers locked her in a janitor's closet for a while for speaking Spanish in class. She also remembers seeing other kids get sent to the principal's office for a swat for defying the teacher and continuing to use that damned Spanish. Mexican-American kids back then literally had the Spanish beaten out of them.

Mom forgot most of the Spanish she knew as a kid, and later took a few community college courses in order to relearn it.
 
2014-04-20 03:31:48 AM

Lorelle: tinfoil-hat maggie: Lorelle: Oooh...Masterblaster


theflatline: I got booted to South America when I was 18 because I was drinking and partying too much in New Orleans, but I do not think Colombia was the best place to send a kid who liked to tear it up.

But my grandmother was a judge and a spanish teacher, and she pretty much yelled it into me.

My parents were born in the 1930s and grew up at a time when American kids were punished for speaking Spanish in school. My dad was bilingual but didn't speak English with a Spanish accent, and he didn't want his kids having Spanish accents, either.

/heard lotsa Spanish cuss words, though
//and neighborhood Spanglish

Wow, the must of been weird and it sounds crazy to me but the 30's America well, there were a lot of racist as hell people in charge, hell the US in the 30's had a true Nazi party and not the "Illinois Nazi's" in the Blues brothers.

Hmmm...I meant to write "Mexican-American" instead of "American."

* * * * *

Apparently that's how all public schools were back in the day (at least in CA). My father grew up in NorCal, and Mom (originally from TX) grew up in SoCal. In the mid-1940s, one of her elementary school teachers locked her in a janitor's closet for a while for speaking Spanish in class. She also remembers seeing other kids get sent to the principal's office for a swat for defying the teacher and continuing to use that damned Spanish. Mexican-American kids back then literally had the Spanish beaten out of them.

Mom forgot most of the Spanish she knew as a kid, and later took a few community college courses in order to relearn it.


Same here, plus my folks would get punished for being left-handed.
 
2014-04-20 03:32:29 AM
Oh and soosh do you know Tracy Bonhem?
 
2014-04-20 03:36:43 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: Oh and soosh do you know Tracy Bonhem?


I don't think that I do. Will have to investigate
 
2014-04-20 03:37:59 AM

Lorelle: Apparently that's how all public schools were back in the day (at least in CA). My father grew up in NorCal, and Mom (originally from TX) grew up in SoCal. In the mid-1940s, one of her elementary school teachers locked her in a janitor's closet for a while for speaking Spanish in class. She also remembers seeing other kids get sent to the principal's office for a swat for defying the teacher and continuing to use that damned Spanish. Mexican-American kids back then literally had the Spanish beaten out of them.

Mom forgot most of the Spanish she knew as a kid, and later took a few community college courses in order to relearn it.



Similar things happened to German immigrants on the East Coast back in the day. My grandmother was afraid to speak a word of German to her kids until they were well past college, in case they got in trouble for it. They all grew up speaking English with Noo Yawk accents.
 
2014-04-20 03:40:43 AM

quantum_jellyroll: reneau.smugmug.com


Heh - love that pic!


Lorelle: /but I was


*curtsies*


tinfoil-hat maggie: lurve the pic.


*curtsies again*
 
2014-04-20 03:40:59 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: tinfoil-hat maggie: blottoman: so an extra hour then?

I'm okay with that.

Guess not.


We need soosh 2.0 - the extended version ;)

j/k
 
2014-04-20 03:41:29 AM

Lorelle: tinfoil-hat maggie: Lorelle: Oooh...Masterblaster


theflatline: I got booted to South America when I was 18 because I was drinking and partying too much in New Orleans, but I do not think Colombia was the best place to send a kid who liked to tear it up.

But my grandmother was a judge and a spanish teacher, and she pretty much yelled it into me.

My parents were born in the 1930s and grew up at a time when American kids were punished for speaking Spanish in school. My dad was bilingual but didn't speak English with a Spanish accent, and he didn't want his kids having Spanish accents, either.

/heard lotsa Spanish cuss words, though
//and neighborhood Spanglish

Wow, the must of been weird and it sounds crazy to me but the 30's America well, there were a lot of racist as hell people in charge, hell the US in the 30's had a true Nazi party and not the "Illinois Nazi's" in the Blues brothers.

Hmmm...I meant to write "Mexican-American" instead of "American."

* * * * *

Apparently that's how all public schools were back in the day (at least in CA). My father grew up in NorCal, and Mom (originally from TX) grew up in SoCal. In the mid-1940s, one of her elementary school teachers locked her in a janitor's closet for a while for speaking Spanish in class. She also remembers seeing other kids get sent to the principal's office for a swat for defying the teacher and continuing to use that damned Spanish. Mexican-American kids back then literally had the Spanish beaten out of them.

Mom forgot most of the Spanish she knew as a kid, and later took a few community college courses in order to relearn it.


It's an huge stain on American claims of justice and freedom for all for sure and I know others weren't treated any better .
 
2014-04-20 03:43:45 AM

soosh: tinfoil-hat maggie: Oh and soosh do you know Tracy Bonhem?

I don't think that I do. Will have to investigate


I only have one of her cd's " The burden of being Upright and well I like it.
 
2014-04-20 03:52:19 AM

Lava Lamp Repairman: quantum_jellyroll: reneau.smugmug.com

Heh - love that pic!


Lorelle: /but I was

*curtsies*


tinfoil-hat maggie: lurve the pic.

*curtsies again*


You're going to have a field day with levels. Read up thread for the reason.
 
2014-04-20 04:08:55 AM

blottoman: tinfoil-hat maggie: tinfoil-hat maggie: blottoman: so an extra hour then?

I'm okay with that.

Guess not.

We need soosh 2.0 - the extended version ;)

j/k


well can't do better than soosh, I can Lay it downbut nope soosh has real music knowledge I only learn some fun tune from an old boyfriend and went with all kinds of things after we split.
 
2014-04-20 04:39:29 AM

soosh: You're going to have a field day with levels. Read up thread for the reason.


Tomorrow, maybe. It's been a gruesomely long day here...
 
2014-04-20 05:06:14 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: Bathia_Mapes: tinfoil-hat maggie: Bathia_Mapes: tinfoil-hat maggie: I made it, yeah hi shoosh, hi Miz Bathia, hi everyone.

Hi, sweetie :-)

Hey, I missed a whole week of frk since I was in GA away from interwebs most of the time.

No interwebs for a week? How did you survive?

I drank a lot and worked my butt off during the day and well I'm getting a smart phone or something soon.


The Galaxy S4 has an amazing camera.  The S5 is about to come out and will likely be really good.   My wife just got an LG something or other that's a little larger than the S4.

If you're going to be using it a lot when you're in a situation where you don't have a computer or other connection to the internet, I would look into getting a 4G tablet.
 
2014-04-20 11:32:33 AM

soosh: tinfoil-hat maggie: Bathia_Mapes: tinfoil-hat maggie: Bathia_Mapes: tinfoil-hat maggie: I made it, yeah hi shoosh, hi Miz Bathia, hi everyone.

Hi, sweetie :-)

Hey, I missed a whole week of frk since I was in GA away from interwebs most of the time.

No interwebs for a week? How did you survive?

I drank a lot and worked my butt off during the day and well I'm getting a smart phone or something soon.

The Galaxy S4 has an amazing camera.  The S5 is about to come out and will likely be really good.   My wife just got an LG something or other that's a little larger than the S4.

If you're going to be using it a lot when you're in a situation where you don't have a computer or other connection to the internet, I would look into getting a 4G tablet.


Interesting, I'll look into those options. I really do need the phone part though. I didn't renew my old cell phone cause I hated it so I do need another one.
 
2014-04-20 11:57:53 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: soosh: tinfoil-hat maggie: Bathia_Mapes: tinfoil-hat maggie: Bathia_Mapes: tinfoil-hat maggie: I made it, yeah hi shoosh, hi Miz Bathia, hi everyone.

Hi, sweetie :-)

Hey, I missed a whole week of frk since I was in GA away from interwebs most of the time.

No interwebs for a week? How did you survive?

I drank a lot and worked my butt off during the day and well I'm getting a smart phone or something soon.

The Galaxy S4 has an amazing camera.  The S5 is about to come out and will likely be really good.   My wife just got an LG something or other that's a little larger than the S4.

If you're going to be using it a lot when you're in a situation where you don't have a computer or other connection to the internet, I would look into getting a 4G tablet.

Interesting, I'll look into those options. I really do need the phone part though. I didn't renew my old cell phone cause I hated it so I do need another one.


I would look at getting a smart phone and maybe a 4g tablet as an add-on if you can swing it.
 
2014-04-20 12:46:25 PM

soosh: tinfoil-hat maggie: soosh: tinfoil-hat maggie: Bathia_Mapes: tinfoil-hat maggie: Bathia_Mapes: tinfoil-hat maggie: I made it, yeah hi shoosh, hi Miz Bathia, hi everyone.

Hi, sweetie :-)

Hey, I missed a whole week of frk since I was in GA away from interwebs most of the time.

No interwebs for a week? How did you survive?

I drank a lot and worked my butt off during the day and well I'm getting a smart phone or something soon.

The Galaxy S4 has an amazing camera.  The S5 is about to come out and will likely be really good.   My wife just got an LG something or other that's a little larger than the S4.

If you're going to be using it a lot when you're in a situation where you don't have a computer or other connection to the internet, I would look into getting a 4G tablet.

Interesting, I'll look into those options. I really do need the phone part though. I didn't renew my old cell phone cause I hated it so I do need another one.

I would look at getting a smart phone and maybe a 4g tablet as an add-on if you can swing it.


I've thought about that but well I'm spending a lot already on other needful things and that's why I've been going to ATL. My moms got an i Pad and it's not bad and I've taken it with me at times but I really need the phone, text and the cheapest data plan and then I can use local wifi hot spots. My uncle recommended T-mobile he had an antique shipping company and he said that's what all his drivers had and used all over the country.
 
2014-04-20 01:09:22 PM

cc_rider: quantum_jellyroll: Bathia_Mapes:
Hmmm. I'm using the same version of FF & both links are working for me so I'm not sure what to tell you.

Probably "Go to bed QJ, you're too old to enjoy this anyway!"

j/k

Link to the  .mu3 file that you can play in most media players. Go to "listen live".
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KRNN


OK.
That one works for me.
Thank you!
 
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