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  1. I know you and I have discussed this, but I highly recommend, "Songs in the Attic," which is a compilation of live recordings of Billy Joel's earlier material - including the song you posted. I bought that album when I was about 10 years old and it's STILL a go-to for me. Never gets old. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Songs_in_the_Attic Side one "Miami 2017 (Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway)" – 5:05 Performed June 24, 1980, at Madison Square Garden, New York, NY "Summer, Highland Falls" – 3:03 Performed July 23, 1980, at The Bayou, Washington, D.C
  2. I can see Russia from my deck.
  3. I've got the edibles covered. I just thought it would be fun to smoke a bowl in @ExiledInIllinois's Tacoma with the windows rolled up.
  4. The thing I like about flats is that I can get 100% of the meat off the bones every time. Not the case with the drums.
  5. Just do what you can. I've never been to any TBD tailgate where there wasn't too much food. Maybe bring some of Maryland's finest beer to share. Oh, and weed. Bring weed.
  6. I hate to get off topic ... but not enough to not go off topic ... I live in Queensbury and STILL have yet to try Druthers. I've never heard about their wings; only about their many variations of mac-n-cheese. I've had their beer, which is very good. Not sure if you're local-ish, but the best wings I've found up in this neck of the woods are at the Bullpen in Glens Falls. The Hollow in Albany has fantastic wings, too, and they have an extra hot sauce that is not on the menu, but available if you ask your server.
  7. Bar Bill. It's a great one-stop shop. Cheap beer, too. This place is the cat's ass.
  8. Over the many years of listening to this song, I find myself feeling more and more that is, indeed, an all-time great tune.
  9. I've been going to the Bar Bill the night before the game for years and don't plan on stopping. We'll exchange cell #'s before the opener and hope to connect at Bar Bill on Sat. evening.
  10. I ALWAYS love when Traffic gets a shout out. Easily one of my favorite bands of all time and I think they were one of the best, ever. NICE POST, DUDE!!!
  11. This is the top 100 songs of 1978 and after a quick review, that tune is one of about five that I am not familiar with. Between Queen, the Bee Gees, Boston, Grease, Styx, ELO and Wings (one of your faves, I'm sure 😂), I was a pretty busy young man. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Billboard_Year-End_Hot_100_singles_of_1978
  12. Seriously not sure how I missed it. I was old enough to be in tune with the hits in the late 70s and also grew up with siblings 2 and 4 years older than me who were always listening to music. Crazy!
  13. the crispiness of the skin is important. But what's also important is the moistness of the meat. If a restaurant's method to crispy skin is frying the ***** out of it, you better believe the meat will be dry. I've tried multiple methods and finally landed on double frying. A long (20-30 minutes), low-temp fry to gently cook the meat. Then in the fridge overnight. Then flash fry those little mother ***** to crispy perfection while keeping the meat moist. The challenge that restaurants face is demand and oil temp. The oil has to be at temp or the wings are fuct.
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