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1 18th March 15:00
sean
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Anyone ever see these folks, either in concert or on the telly?

http://www.slideshowplayers.com/

Excerpts from some of their videos are available here:

http://www.comedycentral.com/webshows/spot/trachtenburg/index.jhtml

....and there's also an interview, which is notable because the little
girl keeps fidgeting and twiddling with the chair covers, then at one
point starts eating a sub of some kind.

When I saw their name, understandably I assumed they had something to do
with Michelle Trachtenburg, who may have more time on her hands now that
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer" is finished -- or did it just move to UPN?
Ah, same thing.

Anyway, I guess they've toured with TMBG, which gives them a fair amount
of Instant ARK Credibility.

Sean ("Still like that Kome Kome Club, though") Lasnayemere
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2 18th March 15:00
glenn knickerbocker
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N O .

See earlier postings regarding my trip from watching you dance in the
rain to seeing Kaiju Big Battel by way of meeting Kerri in Providence.

I was, however, listening to "Mountain Trip to Japan, 1959" at the very
moment of my car crash in May. "We like death, yes, we do"!

R
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3 18th March 15:01
wiblur the once
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Sean <linwood17@hotmail.com> was overheard mumbling something about...

I saw them on Conan O'Brian and they were pretty amusing. Apparently
they buy old trays of slides from thrift stores and yard sales and make
up stories about them, which they set to music. They lack the overall
musical ability of Interrobang Cartel, but make up for it in maximum
bozosity.

I give them five stars and two negative pennies.

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stains on his FedEx shorts!"

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4 20th March 05:59
louis nick iii
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I haven't managed to catch them with TMBG, or at all for that matter,
but they used to be based in Seattle. Then they left for the East coast
and gave an interview (either just before leaving or just after) where
the father exploded into some whinging rant about the Seattle scene.
I'm unclear on the details, if I my understate the obvious.

But from what I hear, it's nearly on par with Garrison Keillor roasting
Minnesota following his "permanent" departure to-- and you-know-who may
correct me on this-- Finland. He returned after a couple years and
everyone pretends it never happened, even though there are still
tremendously hard feelings between Minnesota Public Radio and Keillor.
So too, I assume, are there hard feelings between Seattle and The Father
Trachtenberg.

25 years from now, this band concept will be repeated by a corporate-
rock band in suits that finds old powerpoint presentation.

That said, I give you John Linnell,interviewing John Flansberg:
-----
JL: Is there some way the whole band could actually tour
with suits or is that impossible?

JF: I know they'd be impossible to clean... I have felt
good about the couple of "suit" shows we've done. There is
something really edgy about the whole band wearing suits.
It's like we're from another planet- the PLANET OF MEN!
-----

-LAN3
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5 20th March 06:00
kerri
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ADD TO CART!!11!!!1!

--kerri
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6 20th March 06:00
tamara
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WAIT!!! You didn't specify!! You must check off the appropriate boxes!!

[ ] No emotional baggage
[ ] No ex-relationship baggage
[ ] Independently wealthy
[ ] Good in bed
[ ] Good in bed
[ ] Good in bed
[ ] Good in bed
[ ] _________ <----- fill in the blank

~T
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7 20th March 06:00
kerri
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'good in bed's are really optional


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--kerri

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8 21st March 21:09
kevin s. wilson
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Define "good in bed." Without, of course, using the words "cuddle,"
"patient," or "considerate."

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9 21st March 21:09
swt
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Was that *my* cue? Because I don't actually follow NPR, except for This
American Life. And Wait Wait - Don't Tell Me. And Fresh Air. And Car
Talk, when it's on. And All Things Considered.

Anyway, according to my sources, Keillor went to New York in 1989 and did a
show called "The American Radio Company", then moved back to Minnesota in
1993.

According to other, less-reliable sources: While in New York, Keillor became
an advice columnist for Salon.com on the basis of his brutal criminal past
(as chronicled in Reservoir dogs), and Yaz wrote a song about him.

I don't go in for Prairie Home Companion that much. For me, Keillor is too
much of a "sad clown", to invoke the White Face / Red Nose dichotomy in that
book by Eric Idle that nobody read. When I listened to the how, it was like
reading Vonnegut. Funny, and sometimes insightful, yet cynical and hopeless
and depressing.

And speaking of hopeless and depressing: Finland!

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10 21st March 21:09
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Hard. Long. Furious. Sweaty. Me on top.

~T (takes a cold shower now)
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