PyratePhil

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The back door to my office is 'breathing'. It's kinda spooky really. The wind has been push against it all day.

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Does it say, "Hooo haaaa...Hooo haaa..."?

The back door to my office is 'breathing'. It's kinda spooky really. The wind has been push against it all day.

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No...more like.

Wee...whooo...weee...whooo.

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The soft sound of rain.

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Oh dear...in that case, you got trouble. Maybe the door's made of ghostwood? (and if you give me enuff time, I'll spin you a tale about it...) Or maybe its from the infamous west wing of Collinwood?

No...more like.

Wee...whooo...weee...whooo.

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I am listening to the copier chirp. It is driving me nuts.

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Secure in the knowledge of the distance between us, and not being able to see that cutlass in your hand, I ask...is it a very long drive?

I am listening to the copier chirp. It is driving me nuts.

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Secure in the knowledge of the distance between us, and not being able to see that cutlass in your hand, I ask...is it a very long drive?
I am listening to the copier chirp. It is driving me nuts.

Aye tis a very long drive and just to let you know the cutlass did not work so I took a sledge hammer to it. Solved the problem right away.LOL

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Sandi Thom, "I wish I was a punk rocker"

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Sophie B. Hawkins, "Damn, I Wish I Was Your Lover!"

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The best 70s band you've never heard of... Crack the Sky!

Here, this one sort of works on a piratey level...

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Sting — The Journey & The Labyrinth, the music of John Dowland

AWESOME!

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I tunes library

"C'est La vie"

Emerson Lake and Palmer

then

Dark Star

Crosby Stills and Nash

then Remittance Man by Jimmy buffett

Then

"One More Time"

Lynerd Skynyrd

Simple Man

Lynerd Skynyrd

King Crimson Court of the Crimson king

"Sign of the Gypsy Queen", April Wine

an excerp from Sign of gypsy Queen, "Take my saddle and tie it on, Western Wind who is fast and strong"

C'est La vie my favorite

Barometer soup and Beach house on the Moon by Buffet

Gary Allen, "Smoke Rings in the Dark"

Edited by Crows Nest Vintage

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The new Metallica album. Saw the new concert last week.

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I am listening to Nightwish-Sahara

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Rory the Racing Car....over and over again. At least the wee lad enjoys it...LOL

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Dancin' in the Streets!

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Rain....for four days now. :(

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Living in America (James Brown)

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Every cheesy dance tune you can think of. :unsure: AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!! (Runs out of the ballroom with hands over his ears with pain.)

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Flogging Molly

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The morning news. Blah! Is there never any thing positive in the news?

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The best 70s band you've never heard of... Crack the Sky!

Don't be so sure, Blackjohn!

After all, "when it's cold outside, I like to sleep with a blanket on my ass"! :(

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