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Any way you cut it, it's still a good deal.
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Here's the link to the full interview:http://www.victoriaadvocate.com/weblo...
I agree. I think in some respects this show is better than the X-Files. And you are also right about John Noble, as great as the other actors are, he makes the show. I also like the relationship between Walter and Astrid.
It's an iPhone thing, you wouldn't understand
Rebecca, I've gotten suggestions for the beer competition. I'm thinking that , if we were to do it, October would be a good month. I've still got to think about the logistics.KyleC, if we did it by your system, I'm pretty sure I'd have to get someone else to coordinate this thing, since I would also have to be a judge.
This could work. How many beers would be judged and how would we narrow the field to be judged?Maybe the first contest could all be lagers?Suggestions?
We had a lot of fun and got a good response on our M3 and Advocast which had a panel of judges doing a blind taste testing of cheeseburgers from local establishments. The results were surprising.What do you think about doing something similar with beer?I remember a blind taste testing of beers in Washington DC several years ago had result no one would have predicted. Old Milwaukee came in first place out of 40 beers.
Hey Johnny,Thanks for the well-thought-out comments. I know where you are coming from. There's nothing like a great musician who knows their instrument. I agree that there is far too much reliance on technology in the pop music world today but i also think that wil.i.am is an exception to this. He's shown so far that the studio is his instrument and it is an instrument that he plays very well. Here's an example of someone who didn't rely on technology to get her music across. Patsy Cline recorded the Willie Nelson composition "Crazy" in one take, no overdubs, no tricks. And as an old friend used to say, "Here's the killing part": she didn't even like the song. She did it because her producer Owen Bradley bugged her to.