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(99 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Smallman1 thinks he lives the life Loopdokter does, let's be honest..!

DJ Tennis from Space in August...qualitaay

https://soundcloud.com/enterofficial/we … nis-djroom

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(99 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

loopdokter wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:

Did you go to Glacier, Dan? amazing spot....there are plenty of sawdust joints Loopdokter could have played at. The thought of Rabbitweed getting blasted out of red neck bar in Billings Montana by Loopdokter makes me smile, good on ya mate smile

Ta, fella.  I played twice that weekend... Once on a big rig/stage setup and another in exactly the type of place you describe.  It literally had the words 'Saloon' right above it and the owner proceeded to feed me doubles all night until I could barely stand...  Actually I couldn't.  I had to be carried off kicking and screaming to my hotel room, but not before demanding drugs and saying the Yanks didn't know how to party.

That's only part of the story.   I could write a book on that weekend alone.  The absolute best and worst weekend of my life all rolled up in one wild west adventure not for the faint of heart.

Did you manage to get the drugs and trash your hotel room?..

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(99 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

steelydan wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:
steelydan wrote:

Really? I've been to Montana and it's pretty much a red neck joint. Mostly line dancing/strip clubs.

Did you go to Glacier, Dan? amazing spot....there are plenty of sawdust joints Loopdokter could have played at. The thought of Rabbitweed getting blasted out of red neck bar in Billings Montana by Loopdokter makes me smile, good on ya mate smile

I was too busy getting to grips lassoing and branding  the local chicks

ooof, good work!

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(26 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I haven't the slightest interest, loopdokter, but thanks all the same wink

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Homegrove wrote:

To cunts?

Ha! Seems fitting

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(99 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

steelydan wrote:
loopdokter wrote:
steelydan wrote:

Still love Xpander…rather large E-Tune

It was quite slow for that time and now it sounds blazingly fast.  I remember Nick Warren played it on a Thursday night at Guvernment.  I hadn't heard it yet and he was one of the select few that had a copy of Xpander.   He didn't even mix it in and let the whole track ride out as his last tune.  I somehow knew it was Xpander.

The best track of that era for me from Sasha was the dark and twisted Rabbitweed.   I played that at a gig in Montana and it threw them for a serious loop.

Really? I've been to Montana and it's pretty much a red neck joint. Mostly line dancing/strip clubs.

Did you go to Glacier, Dan? amazing spot....there are plenty of sawdust joints Loopdokter could have played at. The thought of Rabbitweed getting blasted out of red neck bar in Billings Montana by Loopdokter makes me smile, good on ya mate smile

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(99 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I sincerely doubt there are any current posters who hated Xpander at the time....agree on the Rabbitweed comments, probably one the greatest prog breaks tracks ever put together, amazing atmosphere on it..

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(26 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I thought they were dead as disco too until I saw Piers Morgan posting pics of some Porsche version that he uses....maybe they should change their target market

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(19 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

My money is on Stereo also...looking forward to hearing what's in store either way...!

Top mix again!

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(30 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Never caught a set from this man but love his production work, absolute quality cool

Yant wrote:

Peace and love to all.

As long as they're not children from Gaza, right Yant? tongue

Hope Mr Boring makes a return, I enjoyed his musings..

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(28 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

...I see they've come up with a novel term for describing lone gunmen who wear beards, "Sudden Jihad Syndrome"...


http://www.gifsforum.com/images/gif/wtf/grand/wtf-eccbc87e4b5ce2fe28308fd9f2a7baf3-2523.gif

Some quality buzzing from the cops here...

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(28 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

loopdokter wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:

Just a guess smile

All joking aside, what ever happened to Al Qaeda and all their sleeper cells?

The thing is, you have the freedom to walk about, but eye witnesses have stated that this guy:
1.  Sped down Wellington Street, which runs right in front of the Parliament Buildings and came to a sudden halt, where he got out with a long gun.
2.  The car he was driving had no license plates.  You are not allowed to drive without them on both the front and back of a vehicle in Ontario.
3.  Shot the soldier at the National War Monument - which albeit close to the entrance of Parliament (and closer to Wellington Street), is probably about 500 metres away.  Parliament has a massive front lawn and walkway.
4.  He managed to shoot a security guard in the leg, whilst getting up to the second floor of Parliament and within mere feet of the Prime Minister and the official opposition's caucus offices - which were both in session.
5.  He was only shot dead when he happened to reload and was caught by the Parliament's Sargent-At-Arms as the SAA ran out to join the 'security' forces (which is his job) shooting at this guy.
6.  He had his passport revoked.  CSIS and the RCMP knew about him.
7.  On Monday, another attacker bowled down two people, one of whom was wearing a military uniform at a military office in suburban Montreal, leading to the eventual death of the soldier and the attacker.

So that leads me to question:
1.  How come Parliament wasn't under a heightened security level after Monday, and considering we'd been warned this might happen?
2.  How did someone driving car without plates even manage to arrive at a place crawling with so many cops and cameras that he wasn't simply stopped for being in violation of traffic laws?
3.  How did someone clearly carrying a fucking GUN get to the War Memorial on foot, let alone through and up the stairs of Parliament?  How come security was so slow to try and take him down?  What the hell happened?
4.  How was he even able to get nearby Parliament without a red flag being raised, considering he was already on a watch list of potential threats to the country?

This guy had one gun.  Reports are he was well armed in terms of ammo, but AR-15s aren't the sort of thing you come by as a citizen of this country.  It was a high powered hunting rifle.  Machine guns are banned and not easy to come by - even on the streets.

All valid questions no doubt. My guess is a lone nutjob took advantage of Canada's "illusion" of security..

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loopdokter wrote:

How did he get that far?!  There's cops and cameras all over that area of Ottawa.


loopdokter wrote:

Parliament is a pretty open place.  Unlike the White House, you're able to walk around the grounds openly and freely

Just a guess smile

All joking aside, what ever happened to Al Qaeda and all their sleeper cells?

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MattBlack wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:
MattBlack wrote:

Only if it was an immigrant Muslim ghost


The mind is a powerful thing, there's a certain point in the normal sleep cycle where your brain is not fully asleep, forget what it's called but you can basically project things from your subconscious while your eyes are opened. I put it down to that rather than actual spirits/ghouls etc etc

Except she said she felt something sit on the bed, I'm pretty sure you can't imagine that

If it was that "real" she hardly would have waited till morning to tell you either...that's the thing, if you see something and it's just visual you can pawn it off as your mind playing tricks but when you see something move or if you see and feel something as your missus did, that's a whole other ballgame...there's probably a good reason for her feeling the bed move beforehand also, the word I was looking for was Hypnagogia..

Why is this chart from 99 so special? I've seen it pop up all over social media this morning...was the chart from 98 any different?

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MattBlack wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:

The Daily Mail are but a phone call away, Matt. Cash in..

Only if it was an immigrant Muslim ghost

haha, that would be a banker!

I had an "incident" in Guatemala years ago but I put it down to 5/6 weeks of solid chisel intake...I saw a girl moving up from the bottom of the bed dressed in what looked like a communion dress, I looked away and looked back to see her moving back down toward the corner of the room....I just went back to sleep too

The mind is a powerful thing, there's a certain point in the normal sleep cycle where your brain is not fully asleep, forget what it's called but you can basically project things from your subconscious while your eyes are opened. I put it down to that rather than actual spirits/ghouls etc etc

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(34 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

The Daily Mail are but a phone call away, Matt. Cash in..

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MattBlack wrote:

she could see a woman sitting on the edge of the bed pulling up her tights or stockings, apparently after further research i found

I'd be interested in hearing what happened after she saw this, Matt?...You seem to have left a fair bit out of the story...Did you wake up and she was under the bed? Was she halfway home? Was the bath filled with Holy water?...so many questions

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(125 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

EDWARDTHECONFESSOR wrote:

basically one day for every "yes mi lady'.

Ha ha....proper order