Wednesday, October 27, 2004

Zellweger's Face Looks Like She's Been Stung by Bees

Am I right or am I right?


At 4:11 PM, Blogger poophopanonymous22 said...

great link if u're bored...

who knew matsui was such a beatles fan

At 4:35 PM, Blogger Ace Cowboy said...

Ahh, Day-a Tlippa-san, hai!

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At 4:45 PM, Blogger ethan said...

thanks poops. my favorite's either reed johson (william hung's she bang) or hafner rockin to some rammstein.

At 4:54 PM, Blogger poophopanonymous22 said...

haha, love the asian accent ace, HEY HANS BWIIIX

somehow i dont think DBacks 1B Greg Colbrunn enduces the same fear in the opponent when he comes out to Enter Sandman as Rivera does

At 6:00 PM, Blogger Ace Cowboy said...

I fear Colbrunn.

Donnie and I have talked about this...if we had to choose a song to come out to at Yankee Stadium, I think he chose Phish's "Tube," and I chose "I Am a Real American." Both good choices.

I mean, how cool would Sheff be if Sheppard was like, "Right fielder...#11...Gary Sheffield...#11 -- When it comes crashing down and it hurts insiiiiide..." Sheff rips off his jersey, then hits seven homers at once.

At 7:27 PM, Blogger ahren said...

i always thought that nomar should stride to the plate to YEM. by the time he got his damn batting gloves adjusted, they'd be on the "boy, man, god, shit" part, and that would be pretty cool (until he swung at the first pitch, grounded out to second, and then filmed that lame commercial where he says "thanks beautiful")

At 9:03 AM, Blogger Ace Cowboy said...

That's not a bad call, the way, how bad does Nomahhh feel today? I read somewhere they voted him a full playoff that just salt --> wounds?

But it would have to be the YEM from 12/2/99, as Donnie and I will accept nothing less. People talk about how 99 and 2000 were lost years -- just listen to the second set from 12/2 and tell me they weren't still at their peak...that Gin, that YEM, ohhhh lord.

At 2:44 PM, Blogger ahren said...

as a relative latecomer to THE band, i honestly don't have a live music point of reference from before 2000, just recordings. thus, my opinion is often (and perhaps rightly so) ignored on the subject, but whatever they were doing in 2000 was enough to hook me for life... see radio city 5/22/00 ghost for my portal of entry

At 3:27 PM, Blogger Ace Cowboy said...

Wow, that's odd...of the many thousands of hours I have of this crappy band, I just listened to that Ghost this morning on my way to work. I consider that to be one of the best versions of any song played by The Boys in their history...that Ghost is incredible, the jam is practically five different mini-jam chapters. The bass and drums part in the middle is my favorite.

If I had to make a list of my top three Phish jams ever, that Ghost probably ranks third:

1. 11/19/97's 2001
2. 12/2/99's YEM
3/ 5/22/00's Ghost

As for your opinion being taken lightly because you're a relative newbie, that's a joke. I respect all comers, late or early. The only people I look down on are those folks who say stuff like "I loved when they played 'Nice Guy' tonight" or "How awesome was that 'Velvet Sea' encore?" Those people need a cock-punch or a boob-kick.

At 4:34 PM, Blogger ahren said...

yeah, that radio city show was my first show. had only heard studio takes of DWD and if i could previous to that. if you were listening to that show-- during the split open and melt-- you can hear the crowd erupting for no obviously apparent reason. kuroda shut off phish's light rig, and started playing with the radio city colored house lights as the band played in darkness. it was really cool.

i think i posted my top 10 phish jams sometime around coventry on my blog.

At 5:21 PM, Blogger Ace Cowboy said...

I love when there's a crowd eruption on disc unrelated to the music (a la your comment about Kuroda at RCMH). I was at the Cincy shows in '03, and on the disc there's solid crowd noise at the beginning of that Gin jam. That's when Trey caught a glowstick chucked at his head and threw it back into the crowd. Good stuff. Usually it's a Kuroda effect, but that Trey moment was great.

I went into your archives and found your list of jams...that's a pretty good little list of highlights. Apparently we were at a lot of the same shows over the past few years. And I agree on most of your calls...that Piper from 7/8/00 is indeed fantastic, but if you haven't heard it, check out the 30 minute Piper from SPAC of this year. I was really disappointed by that show (everyone seems to think it was their best post-hiatus show; I disagree strongly), but that Piper is off the fuckin charts. Minutes 18-26 (roughly) are especially ridiculous.


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