Do you see any goats around? No, because I sacrificed them.

Willow ,'Showtime'


Buffista Music 4: Needs More Cowbell!

There's a lady plays her fav'rite records/On the jukebox ev'ry day/All day long she plays the same old songs/And she believes the things that they say/She sings along with all the saddest songs/And she believes the stories are real/She lets the music dictate the way that she feels.


Trudy Booth - Dec 09, 2008 7:19:05 pm PST #30 of 6406
Greece's financial crisis threatens to take down all of Western civilization - a civilization they themselves founded. A rather tragic irony - which is something they also invented. - Jon Stewart

Not as tedious as avoiding all descriptions of one's hair so as to not stock someone's stroke bank.


DavidS - Dec 09, 2008 7:20:08 pm PST #31 of 6406
"Look, son, if it's good enough for Shirley Bassey, it's good enough for you."

> Not as tedious as avoiding all descriptions of one's hair so as to not stock someone's stroke bank.

I don't think you have to worry on that account, Trudy.


Trudy Booth - Dec 09, 2008 7:23:33 pm PST #32 of 6406
Greece's financial crisis threatens to take down all of Western civilization - a civilization they themselves founded. A rather tragic irony - which is something they also invented. - Jon Stewart

Could you post a list maybe?

I spent three hair colors and six short cuts keeping photos off the board and all for nothing!


Glamcookie - Dec 09, 2008 7:29:59 pm PST #33 of 6406
I know my own heart and understand my fellow man. But I am made unlike anyone I have ever met. I dare to say I am like no one in the whole world. - Anne Lister

Ouch! Uh...

DW is listening to tracks from the CD Christmas from Hawaii on Amazon. It's rather sweet.


esse - Dec 09, 2008 7:47:26 pm PST #34 of 6406
S to the A -- using they/them pronouns!

oooooookay then.

I need to dig up the only Christmas album I can ever bear to listen to more than once, the London Brass arrangements. My mother had it when I was a child, and I'm sure that's why I imprinted on it so hard; but as a recovering trombonist I think the arrangements still hold up brilliantly. It's a nice balance between the secular tunes and the religiousy ones, which I appreciate (as a recovering Episcopalian).


DCJensen - Dec 09, 2008 11:40:19 pm PST #35 of 6406
2020: We will speak of it no longer. Ptui!

Needs a link to the cowbell sketch


Fred Pete - Dec 10, 2008 5:18:37 am PST #36 of 6406
Ann, that's a ferret.

Scanning, I'm shocked there weren't any Fab Four or Four Tops suggestions. Unless I missed due to scanning.

Both (as well as the Four Seasons) were mentioned in Music 3.


Jon B. - Dec 10, 2008 5:21:55 am PST #37 of 6406
A turkey in every toilet -- only in America!

If it'll make people happier, I can easily change the title to Buffista Music IV: Zoʃo


lisah - Dec 10, 2008 5:30:21 am PST #38 of 6406
Punishingly Intricate

Buffista Music IV: Zoʃo

I don't really care about the thread title but what does that mean?


Liese S. - Dec 10, 2008 5:42:51 am PST #39 of 6406
"Faded like the lilac, he thought."

I don't think you should change it, Jon. The title went in through our process. If people want to change the process, then so be it, but right now it's stompy discretion and a stompy used hers.