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|02-20-2020 07:32 AM|
Originally Posted by melbrod View Post
Great to see that video of recovering Ryan Newman leaving hospital. Whew...!
Last time I watched the Daytona 500, (it was years ago), I don't recall cars routinely getting so very close together in the drafting formation. Is that new, and why is it permitted, since just a touch can cause such a catastrophe quickly?
Related, here's a good, short, video from The History Guy about deadliest accident in motorsport racing, the 1955 Le Mans:
|02-20-2020 07:04 AM|
Oh.....exciting news! I have lost 25 pounds of my body ! |
Now if I can survive girl scout cookies!!!
Yes I swear to the coop I will not indulge ...I will not ...I will not....OK that outta do it!
OK Papa sign me up I will dance with ya !
Let’s do some of those Michael Jackson moves!!!
Ok here we go......
|02-20-2020 07:01 AM|
Good morning to all. |
Yes summer today and it will be winter tomorrow!
AJ will be working with all clothing on tomorrow I bet cha!
All the girls at the office will be excited to wear boots tomorrow !! So exciting !!!
|02-20-2020 05:06 AM|
Originally Posted by melbrod View Post
Very nice! - Surprised I had not come across those guys before.
I thought similar Mel about the keys - On one video I had to watch some again as I had thought the keys took a sec to come back up!
I think it will take me a few listens to really appreciate. When I was into guitar and came across the guys using it as a percussive instrument and lots of doo-dads on it I was not as impressed/into it as just the folks playing it "normal". But I came around. I think same with this style of playing piano.
But with that Beau/Mel has inspired me to go play some piano. I have been a bit slack this week. Most my fault other the state of the house and last night on the phone with work for almost 2 hours.
Speaking of the house - a bit bummed - the one house that was on the market we liked is no longer on the market under contract....just a few more weeks and we could have looked at it again. Ahhh well.
Off I go. Have a good day everyone.
|02-20-2020 02:38 AM|
Goodness--I wonder how many pianos he goes through--he sure punches the keys. |
Somehow vaguely reminds me of Tokio Meyers...though Myers isn't the virtuoso pianist Bence is. Maybe I should say Tokio Meyers reminds me of Peter Bence.
|02-19-2020 11:08 PM|
OK Chicken Hawk Girls please LINEUP, don't be shy... |
- Papa got his groove-dance-swing-boggy-down, on tonight
- this guy is good, I wouldn't have two left feet...at his parties
Peter Bence is an internationally acclaimed virtuoso pianist, recording artist, composer, and producer who holds the Guinness World Record for being the “Fastest Piano Player”. He has taken the Internet by storm with his piano arrangements of Michael Jackson, Queen, and Sia collecting over 800 million video hits and a huge following on YouTube and Facebook over the past 2 years.
He has achieved sensational success with his edgy, percussive and expressive playing style that has broken down boundaries between classical and popular music. He takes the piano to a whole new level, which inspires both younger and older generations of musicians and music lovers from everywhere around the world. His live performances are attracting thousands around the world. In the recent two years, he has toured in more than 40 countries on 4 continents and opened 2017’s BBC Proms In The Park in Hyde Park, London for 50,000 people.
He did a small bit of Bohemian Rhapsody in his Don't Stop Me Now cover.
Would be great to see it covered fully.
------------ Enjoy My Friends...
BEAT IT - Michael Jackson x Peter Bence (Piano Cover)
Michael Jackson - Bad (Piano Cover) - Peter Bence
AFRICA - Toto x Peter Bence (Piano Cover)
3 for MEL & Moe >> Thunderstruck [AC/DC Meets Beethoven] - Peter Bence
Pirates of the Caribbean (Piano Solo) - Peter Bence
Sia - The Greatest | Piano Cover - Peter Bence
Here Comes The Sun - The Beatles (Piano Cover) - Peter Bence
Queen - Don't Stop Me Now | Piano Cover - Peter Bence
Somebody To Love (Queen) - Peter Bence - Live in Ljubljana
|02-19-2020 10:02 PM|
I am glad that he is doing good.
That is the career he chose, though. Like cops and athletes and every other career choice.
Even hobby's can hurt you. Just think of Christopher Reed bumping his head and eventually expiring from a horse competition that went South.
|02-19-2020 09:46 PM|
I'm jamming by myself tonight. Can't even beat him at cards or dice or anything. He is dying of the flu.
|02-19-2020 09:34 PM|
I heard he was being "pushed" to help him finish first, and that their bumpers tangled or something. |
So I guess that means it was on purpose.
“We pushed Newman there to the lead and then we got a push from (Hamlin). ... I was committed to just pushing (Newman) to the win and having a Ford win it and got the bumpers hooked up wrong,” Blaney said."
|02-19-2020 09:28 PM|
Originally Posted by StrykersPerson View Post
- that is why BeauBear, asked Kenny
- you can't ever give a straight answer...
"maybe it was a little bit of this...or a little bit of that"
- but you good for something, just hard to nail down though
...like opinions, blowing in the wind
^^ Lyrics of my new song..."opinions, blowing in the wind"
- anyone, want to make a best seller ?
|02-19-2020 09:08 PM|
I've got this itch going lately, too! |
Quiet Riot - Bang Your Head (Metal Health) lyrics
And, it's a repeat.
That's what I will be doing on the way to work going to the new building. Which reminds me I need a new Bose stereo for the old truck.
I have to buy propane and then I can start getting Rustine up and running.
Hot showers come first, ya know.
|02-19-2020 08:57 PM|
I just wanted to let you all know that I fooled around and fell in love with you all. |
Fooled Around And Fell In Love - Elvin Bishop
Sure wish Mister could dance.
The base and rhythm stand out to me and yes it's a repeat.
|02-19-2020 08:39 PM|
Originally Posted by dobebug View Post
When I was in my little FEMA trailer Axel took to climbing on the bed after I went to work. I had left the remote on the bed. I came home and there was a DVD playing. That trailer was way to small for anyone to hide in, so I wasn't scared about anyone being in there. Sure enough, there was Axel passed out on the bed with the remote! Would have been super funny if he would of had a bowl of popcorn in the bed with him.
I don't care who carries us to the milestones! It wouldn't happen without you all! I don't get all the credit, nor do I want it.
Yep! Mister went to the doctor today without insurance. Paid $213 to be told he has the flu. I asked him the day before yesterday if he wanted Co-Pilot's SO to come over and diagnose him. She's a nurse. Could have saved him $213.
On a funny note. We have two fridges. One in the kitchen and one in the laundry room. My beer is stored in the latter. That's where he keeps his stash of his food. He came in the office well enough to say, "Don't drink out of the open orange juice in my fridge." I said, "I ain't drinking **** out of your fridge." Then he reminded me my beer is in there!
Mister Smarty Pants!
He better not get me sick!
My sick days are used for playing hooky!
|02-19-2020 08:13 PM|
Originally Posted by LadyDi View Post
|02-19-2020 08:09 PM|
I will have to go back and check that out.
|02-19-2020 07:59 PM|
Originally Posted by LadyDi View Post
Get it together, Cuz.
|02-19-2020 05:16 PM|
|Beaumont67|| Ryan Newman released from hospital after Monday's massive |
Daytona 500 crash
Ryan Newman has been released from Halifax Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Florida, two days after his frightening crash on the final lap of the Daytona 500.
Roush Fenway Racing said Wednesday that the 42-year-old driver had been released, hours after tweeting that Newman "continues to show great improvement" and saying "true to his jovial nature, he has also been joking around with staff, friends and family while playing with his two daughters."
The team included a photo of Newman exiting the hospital, holding hands with his two children.
Question KEN - if Ryan was in the lead, and the finish line in sight...why bump his car?
|02-19-2020 04:47 PM|
Well it's more like a miracle ! My Professional guess - is he was nocked out and was as limp as a wet noddle = no bones broken . I did notice in the video that it appears that he has a brace or something on his lower left leg . |
Thanks for posting that up Mel
|02-19-2020 04:41 PM|
Originally Posted by ECIN View Post
Though not literally; I've had no problems of that sort here. And no one else has complained either.
|02-19-2020 04:39 PM|
I's here. But probably not for long...gotta pick the daughter up at school later (part of our transportation deal from yesterday.) |
Say, how about this:
"Ryan Newman walks out of hospital days after horrific Daytona 500 crash"
That's it in terms of excitement here--except it's snowing again. Predicting only 1-2 inches this time, but the last prediction was 3 and we actually got 6-7 (and more further south, I think.) They closed all of the schools, etc, which was a little of a scare for me, because that was the day of my colonoscopy--but I figure after all of the bother, almost NO ONE cancels their appt. at the last minute, and they would never hear the end of it if they tried to shut down for the day. This doesn't look like any big deal though.
|02-19-2020 04:19 PM|
|02-19-2020 03:51 PM|
Oh MA ! There Ain't no Sunshine |
|02-19-2020 03:05 PM|
|ECIN||Is Ma been on here today ??? I here that treatment she got yesterday causes uncontrollably gas to - Trip is probably hiding someplace with HHD !|
|02-19-2020 03:03 PM|
|02-19-2020 02:26 PM|
|Beaumont67|| A GOOD COACH |
can change a game
A GREAT COACH
can change a Life
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