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NEVERENDING ♾️ The NEVERENDING What Are You Listening To Right Now Thread

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PlannerGirl

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our dept heads and EMS folks planning for the storm

we just had a fun all hands staff meeting about the storm and whats going on
 

PlannerGirl

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We just got a all hands meeting here at work about the storm and getting stuff ready. Local gov officials tell us to be prepared for 5 days give or take without power.

Strong winds should start mid afternoon tomorrow with the rain starting about noon. Winds could easily be 40-60 MPH by tomorrow night and last into Fri morning.

Metro buses and Trains will stop running above ground when the winds reach 40 MPH and the bridges will be closing at 60 MPH.

I will pass on any other info as I get it if ya want it.
 

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mcmplans said:
Robert Randolph

Saw him live in Knoxville about a year or so back. High energy. Liked it. Bought the CD.

Ever listen to The Word? He was part of that project.
 

Rem

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Powderfinger Internationalist.

I'm taking my son (aged 13) to his first grown up concert in a few weeks - Powderfinger - and I'm acclimatising. If you don't know them they are a terrific band BTW.
 

SGB

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Today's CD selections:

David Massengill: Coming Up for Air

Braveheart Motion Picture Soundtrack

The Horse Whisperer Motion Picture Soundtrack

Cincinnati Pops Orchestra/Aaron Copland: The Music Of America

Norah Jones: Come Away With Me
 

Chet

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good choices martini.

I've got a mix disc in right now,

Prozzac, Living Color, and Candlebox so far...
 

Plannerbabs

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Argh! Forgot my CD's again, and the computer won't support streaming audio! I'm listening to the copier jam again.
 

Planderella

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This has become a de facto neverending thread. I'm listening to the New Wave station on Radio@Netscape Plus now.
 

NHPlanner

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At this second....."I Turned Into a Martian" by the Misfits....still in the shuffle loop of mp3's on the laptop.....
 

Repo Man

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This thread reminds me of this indie rock yahoo group (Big Takeover) that I frequent. Everyone with each post puts a "Now Playing" tag on the end of their post so people know what others are listening to and these often lead into discussions about that band.

Right now I created a playlist that features the setlist from Radiohead's Alpine Valley Show. It will have to do until I can find a suitable bootleg.
 

mcmplans

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Today I am having a Dave Matthews day in honor of his concert that I am going to tomorrow night.
 

Jeff

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mcmplans said:
Today I am having a Dave Matthews day in honor of his concert that I am going to tomorrow night.

I made the mistake of doing that 2 weeks ago. Talk about Romper Room. I hadn't seen him since 1995, and I won't be going back, ever.

I felt like I was chaparoning. (sp?)


Listening to .... moe. 8/29/2003

We're having a moe.down today in my cubie.
 

Greenescapist

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Repo Man said:

Right now I created a playlist that features the setlist from Radiohead's Alpine Valley Show. It will have to do until I can find a suitable bootleg.

That sounds like a great idea.

Reading thought this thread makes me think that planners have excellent taste in music. A lot of the bands that I liked where I used to live, my friends hadn't heard of. Here in Madion, several of my planner classmates want to go see Jay Farrar and Yo La Tengo with me next week.

Reading this is also making me miss Cyburbia. I don't sit in front of a computer all day like I used to.
 

Zoning Goddess

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I'm listening to a very large, opinionated cat, trying to claw my couch into ribbons. Must be time to log off and save the furniture! :m:
 

biscuit

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Yeeee-Haaa!

This morning i'm enjoying some good Texas cow-punk
Old 97's: To Far to Care
 

martini

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Re: Yeeee-Haaa!

biscuit said:
This morning i'm enjoying some good Texas cow-punk
Old 97's: To Far to Care

Thier best work IMHO.

The Clash, London Calling followed by Jets to Brazil, Four Cornered Night
 

biscuit

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Re: Re: Yeeee-Haaa!

martini said:
Thier best work IMHO.

Agreed. It has more of a punk edge and a lot more twang than their newer albums. Great road trip music.
 

donk

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Just got the news from my tech, I am getting a new computer and it is going ot have both a CD writer and a sound card, kazaa and online radio stations here I come.
 

otterpop

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What are you listening to right now?

My office space is part of an inter-office freeway - so mostly I listen to people coming and going, amplified conversations in the hall and the ladies next door talking. Right now I can hear the boss on the phone.
 

Chet

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The buzz of flourescent lighting ballast going bad. Geez its anoying.
 

SGB

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Listen here, Huck.

The Original Broadway Cast Recording.

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