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  1. If I had my way with the NFL back when the Rams and Chargers moved. I'd leave those two teams where they were. If they were insistant on having an LA team, move the Raiders there, since they already have a fan base in LA. Change their name to the California Raiders, to keep as many of their Oakland/NoCal fans as they can. Keep training camp in Oakland, play one, if not both preseason games in Oakland. Maybe even an annual, or semi-annual regular season game (a la our Toronto series).
  2. It's really hard to say that the defending champions are on the decline. But yeah. I agree. Lol.
  3. Arizona Coyotes to Houston. Although Houston is a southern city, there are plenty of transplants, especially with Canadians involved in the oil industry. Move the Predators to Seattle. Move the Clippers back to Buffalo. It's been a 30 year experiment. LA has spoken on who their city's team is. Bring the Braves home. Move Jacksonville to Toronto. I've never had a problem with Toronto having a team, as long as it wasn't our team.
  4. If you were tasked with moving at least one, but no more than two teams in the four major team sports (NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB) from their current location to a city that doesn't currently have a team who would you move to where?
  5. Darling, I'm in love with you And I'll be one with you, one day Oh, my darling, what a surprise I get a funny feeling when I look in your eyes Darling, please come here, let me bend your ear I want to tell you things just between you and I I know that you can feel it girl, you cannot deny I feel it in my soul, let the truth be told Darling, darling, darling, darling I'm in love with you And I'll be one with you, one day Oh, my darling, I don't know why Flowers bloom when we walk on by The world just seems much better Whenever we're together Darling, darling, darling, darling I'm in love with you And I'll be one with you, one day You walked out of a dream With a face like peaches in cream, oh, yeah When I look at you, you know what I mean We better run 'cause we're making a scene Darling Oh, my darling, you are the one Whenever we're together we're having some fun Every time you're near the world just disappears Darling, darling, darling, darling I'm in love with you I'm having fun with you I'm in love with you I'm on the run with you I'm in love with you And I'll be one with you, one day
  6. Whoa! I feel good, I knew that I would, now I feel good, I knew that I would, now So good, so good, I got you Whoa! I feel nice, like sugar and spice I feel nice, like sugar and spice So nice, so nice, I got you When I hold you in my arms I know that I can't do no wrong And when I hold you in my arms My love won't do you no harm And I feel nice, like sugar and spice I feel nice, like sugar and spice So nice, so nice, I got you When I hold you in my arms I know that I can't do no wrong And when I hold you in my arms My love can't do me no harm And I feel nice, like sugar and spice I feel nice, like sugar and spice So nice, so nice, well I got you Whoa! I feel good, I knew that I would, now I feel good, I knew that I would So good, so good, 'cause I got you So good, so good, 'cause I got you So good, so good, 'cause I got you
  7. (I've always loved how these are two completely different songs with the same message of 'I'm not blaming the people who do the actual fighting in the war, it's the scumbags up top that send them to do their bidding.) I used to be a rolling stone you know If a cause was right I'd leave to find the answer on the road I used to be a heart beating for someone But the times have changed The less I say the more my work gets done 'Cause I live and breathe this Philadelphia freedom From the day that I was born I've waved the flag Philadelphia freedom took me knee high to a man, yeah Gave me a piece of mama, daddy never had Oh Philadelphia freedom, shine on me, I love you Shine the light, through the eyes of the ones left behind Shine the light, shine the light Shine the light, won't you shine the light Philadelphia freedom, I love-ve-ve you, yes I do If you choose to you can live your life alone Some people choose the city (some people the city) Some others choose the good old family home (some others choose a good old) I like living easy without family ties (living easy) Till the whippoorwill of freedom zapped me Right between the eyes 'Cause I live and breathe this Philadelphia freedom From the day that I was born I've waved the flag Philadelphia freedom took me knee high to a man Mm, gave me a piece of mama, daddy never had Oh Philadelphia freedom, shine on me, I love you Shine the light, through the eyes of the ones left behind Shine the light, shine the light Shine the light, won't you shine the light Philadelphia freedom, I love-ve-ve you, yes I do Oh, Philadelphia freedom, shine on me, I love you Shine the light, through the eyes of the ones left behind Shine the light, shine the light Shine the light, won't you shine the light Philadelphia freedom, I love-ve-ve, You know I love-ve-ve , you know I love-ve-ve you Yes I do, Philadelphia freedom I love-ve-ve you Yes I do, Philadelphia freedom You know that I love-ve-ve you Yes I do, Philadelphia freedom Don't you know that I love-ve-ve you Yes I do, Philadelphia freedom Don't you know that I love-ve-ve you Yes I do, Philadelphia freedom
  8. Here we come Walkin' down the street We get the funniest looks from Everyone we meet Hey, hey, we're the Monkees And people say we monkey around But we're too busy singing To put anybody down We go wherever we want to Do what we like to do We don't have time to get restless There's always something new Hey, hey, we're the Monkees And people say we monkey around But we're too busy singing To put anybody down We're just tryin' to be friendly Come and watch us sing and play We're the young generation And we've got something to say, oh Any time Or anywhere Just look over your shoulder Guess who'll be standing there? Hey, hey, we're the Monkees And people say we monkey around But we're too busy singing To put anybody down Whaaa, one time! Hey, hey, we're the Monkees And people say we monkey around But we're too busy singing To put anybody down We're just tryin' to be friendly Come and watch us sing and play We're the young generation And we've got something to say Hey, hey, we're the Monkees Hey, hey, we're the Monkees
  9. I honestly don't but I'm a huge fan so I'll have to check it out. I also forgot Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash storytellers (or unplugged, I honestly confuse the two.) But it's in the last few years of Johnny's life, and it's just Johnny and Willie with acoustic guitars. I have the DVD, but also it's in CD form. Muddy Waters with the Rolling Stones Live at the Checkerboard Lounge. The best part was, the crowd had no idea. They thought they were just paying to see Muddy Waters play at his club. He and his band play two songs or so, then Mick, Keith (with his own bottle of whiskey), and the whole band walk in. And they just jam. Buddy Guy, and Junior Wells also show up as guest stars. Speaking of Blues, if Live in the Studio albums count, Stevie Ray and Albert King "In Session" is fantastic as well.
  10. "We've done four already but now we're steady And then they went: One, two, three, four" Singing in the sunshine, laughing in the rain Hitting on the moonshine, rocking in the grain Got no time to pack my bags, my foots outside the door I got a date, I can't be late, for the high hopes hailla ball, uh uh, uh uh, yeah Singing to an ocean, I can hear the ocean's roar Play for free, I play for me and play a whole lot more, more! Singing about the good things and the sun that lights the day I used to sing on the mountains, has the ocean lost its way I don't know, oh oh, yeah' Ooh, yeah Sitting round singing songs 'til the night turns into day Used to sing about the mountains but the mountains washed away Now I'm singing all my songs to the girl who won my heart She is only three years old and it's a real fine way to start Oh yeah! It sure is fine! Ah blow my mind! When the tears are goin' down! Yeah! Yeah, yeah Oh so, oh so, oh so good! Oh so good!
  11. Bob Seger - Live Bullet- Probably my top five favorite albums of all time, studio or live. Caught Seger in his prime. A lot of awesome covers on the album. Also got me through some tough times in my life. Lynyrd Skynyrd- One More From The Road - Free Bird alone makes this one a classic. But they were such a tight band. Call Me the Breeze, Tuesdays' Gone. Johnny Cash - Live at Folsom - Aside from the social significance of it, I love how it's not just a "Greatest Hits" live compilation. He played songs for the inmates that spoke to them and what they were going through. Paul McCartney Back in the US - It came out around 2002 or so. Probably nothing historically significant. Just a compilation of shows he did on a tour. But it spans everything from Beatles, to Wings, to his solo career up until that point. I was just starting to become a huge Beatles fan when it came out and my dad got it for me for Christmas. I had a CD that I downloaded from Limewire back in the day. Don't think it was technically an album. But it was a bootleg of a concert Elton John did in the late 90s, at Carnegie Hall or something I believe. Just Elton and a piano with nothing else.
  12. Generals gathered in their masses, Just like witches at black masses Evil minds that plot destruction, Sorcerer of death's construction In the fields the bodies burning, As the war machine keeps turning Death and hatred to mankind, Poisoning their brainwashed minds Oh Lord yeah Politicians hide themselves away They only started the war Why should they go out to fight? They leave that role for the poor, yeah Time will tell on their power minds, Making war just for fun Treating people just like pawns in chess, Wait 'till their judgement day comes, yeah Now in darkness world stops turning, Ashes where the bodies burning No more War Pigs have the power, Hand of God has struck the hour Day of judgement, God is calling On their knees the war pigs crawling, Begging mercies for their sins Satan, laughing, spreads his wings Oh Lord yeah
  13. Well, it was all That I could do to keep from crying' Sometimes it seemed so useless to remain But you don't have to call me darlin', darlin' You never even called me by my name You don't have to call me Waylon Jennings And you don't have to call me Charlie Pride And you don't have to call me Merle Haggard anymore Even though you're on my fighting' side And I'll hang around as long as you will let me And I never minded standing' in the rain But you don't have to call me darlin', darlin' You never even called me by my name Well, I've heard my name A few times in your phone book (hello, hello) And I've seen it on signs where I've played But the only time I know I'll hear "David Allan Coe" Is when Jesus has his final judgment day So I'll hang around as long as you will let me And I never minded standing' in the rain But you don't have to call me darlin', darlin' You never even called me by my name Well, a friend of mine named Steve Goodman wrote that song And he told me it was the perfect country & western song I wrote him back a letter and I told him it was not the perfect country & western song Because he hadn't said anything at all about mama Or trains, or trucks, or prison, or getting' drunk Well, he sat down and wrote another verse to the song and he sent it to me And after reading it I realized that my friend had written the perfect country & western song And I felt obliged to include it on this album The last verse goes like this here Well, I was drunk the day my mom got out of prison And I went to pick her up in the rain But before I could get to the station in my pickup truck She got run over by a damned old train And I'll hang around as long as you will let me And I never minded standing' in the rain, no But you don't have to call me darlin', darlin' You never even called me Well, I wonder why you don't call me Why don't you ever call me by my name
  14. The full game is on the official NFL Youtube channel last I checked. I live in Houston so I always like to bring this game up to Oilers fans? "Remember that time you guys were beating us 35-3? Well, I turned it off after that, because we had our backup QB in, so there was no way we came back from that. What was the final score? You must have killed us like 70-6 or something." Usually they get that I'm f*cking with them. But I've had a handful of people not catch my sarcasm and explain to me how the game ended.
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