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Re: “Subtraction by Ad Dishin'

It should be pointed out that Rusty is aware of the term rim job. He simply acts stupid about it because he feels awkward with his son. That was pretty obvious.

Otherwise I agree that a lot of the gags were expected because of the marketing.

Posted by arcaneadam on 07/30/2015 at 11:56 PM

Re: “No Stopping Him

I met Graham Nash in 1966 - while I working in a "record" store in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Actually, I was not introduced. Actually, I did not have my picture taken with him. Actually, I did not get an autograph. Actually, I did not even go to the concert. Still . . . on cue . . . when they all walked into our store . . . I dropped the needle on the turntable . .. to play . . ."Bus Stop". Thrilled. My memory. My memory. No one can top this. I was 16 years old. I am going to see him in St Charles, IL and hope to meet him - after 49 years - but who is counting. Maybe I can take a "selfie" with Graham. I am hopeful. What a wonderful time that was . . . musically - not in any other way . . . but what a wonderful job to have. I was so lucky.

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Posted by Fran DuWaldt on 07/09/2015 at 12:58 PM

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  • Re: Subtraction by Ad Dishin'

    • It should be pointed out that Rusty is aware of the term rim job. He…

    • on July 30, 2015
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