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Look what one... single... solitary... WORD... can do, to stir the activity up on this GuestBook. LOL.



"Raincoat."




 


Well done, John.

You clearly know your audience!!!!!

LOL


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Nice one Em; you too AA

anyone else hear 'Yakity Sax'? 

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John, I love you and all that, but if I catch you in a raincoat at my daughter's dorm, you'll be writing your songs in a different key
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I trust that AA noticed I did not participate in this conversation 
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I trust that AA noticed I did not participate in this conversation 


Oh, I noticed, Sue... I noticed your non-participation, alright! "Conspicuous" by your absence, I would say... LOL





You don't happen to live in a *college dorm*, do you, Sue..........?





"...a look from you, and IIIII would, fall, from graaaaace..." - right at your dorm room window. SAY it couldn't happen!!!
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Depends on how you use the word "Rain Coat" ?


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HOTM was the birth of prog pop. It jumped out of the radio like nothing before it, totally new, original and a great new venture from guys we had known for years and hoped would attain this notoriety and success in their past works that never did. It was like vindication and "Hey, remember that guy I told you who used to be in UK, well listen...to...this..."


Perhaps for some people, but I think for most it was "Hey who are these guys?  This is great stuff!  Wait... what?  Yes?  King Crimson?  UK? The Buggles?  ELP?  Well I gotta check that stuff out too!"  





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MK, like yours better. Remember seeing the Asia advert in Billboard and then waiting for the album, impatiently.

Up in Cooperstown, NY...home of the Baseball Hall Of Fame for a tournament. Finding things to do between games with my son. Found a lovely little farm, Fly Creek where you can pick your own fruit, etc; pretty nice.

Out in the pasture as the cows grazed, heard the fading tones of HOTM from a passing car leaving the parking. Or up here, Heat Of The Moo-ment.
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Ha ha---sure it´s not Fruit Fly creek?
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Diptera of a fruity nature would be welcome as they are swat-able. Since the area is all farms, the horseflies well fed and are the size of Mothra with attitude.

Up here for a solid week so renting a little cabin with a kitchenette. So small I need to step outside to change my mind. Bought some gargantuan tomatoes, fresh mozzarella from those HOTM loving cows, a little sea salt and olive oil....looking out at Lake Oswego playing a little Raised In Captivity. Pretty nice!
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Reminds me of the 1940 classic film "His Girl Friday" with Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell.  Early in the movie Cary Grant meet's his ex-wife Rosalind Russell's fiance and asked him if he has any rubbers with his raincoat since the forecast called for rain and then with a dry tone comments "it's good for a man to always be prepared".  I think that one slipped by the sensors... 

I love those old black and white movies when the characters talk really fast with quick one-liners. 

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My friend´s elderly Mom visiting the US for the first time, asked at reception for a rubber.It´s what we call an eraser, but the desk clerk nearly fainted.
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