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Posted Thursday August 11, 2011, About: New Raiders Fan Group - Just Win Baby!
Damn. if only I were a Raiders fan!
Good luck this year Kagan, just like the Bears, you are going to need it.
Posted Tuesday May 24, 2011, About: Tollerance, this blog isn't for everyone
And I am use to your spelling errors so I just read right through them. lol
Posted Tuesday May 24, 2011, About: Tollerance, this blog isn't for everyone
That kind of stuff never happens around here UBP. I don't know what you are talking about.

You should see some of the idiots over at Yahoo Sports, I can't log into here from work, I am on double secret probation, so I have to check out Yahoo. You think it gets bad here...holy crap!
Posted Tuesday May 17, 2011, About: The Very Best of Babes Beer and Sports May 9th-15th
Nice job Kagan. I have gotten a handful of requests so far.
Posted Wednesday April 27, 2011, About: HIPROCROCITY
What???

"AND EVERYONE AND [b]THE BROTHER[/b] WERE SENDING THE NEW PASSWORD TO BBS,"


Who is this "The Brother" that you speak of?
Posted Sunday February 20, 2011, About: Songs 'bout Drinkin'
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a71k9aw1LPg[/youtube]
Posted Sunday February 20, 2011, About: Songs 'bout Drinkin'
Alcohol and the internet don't mix.
Posted Sunday February 13, 2011, About: No Freaking Football
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADWG6EXrbcE[/youtube]
Posted Thursday February 10, 2011, About: Gary Moore - Guitarist of Power
[b]The thrill is gone but not forgotten![/b]
Posted Thursday February 10, 2011, About: Gary Moore - Guitarist of Power
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iUaevnP1LLg[/youtube]
Posted Wednesday February 09, 2011, About: Gary Moore - Guitarist of Power
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mX4zt9zk820[/youtube]



It's bluesy, but that is the way I like it.
Posted Wednesday January 26, 2011, About: What drives our music tastes?
Nice UBP but I can't believe that you put "Wham" in the same sentence as David Bowie and Billy Idol. Thats just not right. I listen to Bowie and Idol.

I was born in '64 so I missed the whole hippie "make love not war" era. Fortunately, my older brother didn't miss that era. I can remember him playing some Bread, Three Dog Night, America, Jefferson Airplane, Jimi Hendrix and obviously the Beatles and Stones. I really didn't start getting into music until I was about 12, 13 somewhere around there, you know Junior High, sorry, they call it Middle School now. And of coarse I got hooked into the Kiss army. Got a job and bought every single album they had out at the time and made my older brother take me and a bunch of other Kiss soldiers to a concert. I had to wash his car for the whole summer for that one, and I had to buy his flipp'n ticket.

Then, thank god, High Schoool came around and i started to hang out with a bunch of people. who are still my best friends to this day, who got me back on track listening to the older stuff again. Stones, Doors, Zepplin, Skynard, Clapton. Cream, Derek and the Dominos, John Mayal and the Blues Breakers, Blind Faith, Traffic, The Who, CSNY, CSN, Neil Young, etc, etc.

Since then i pretty much listen to anything and everything, Alternative/College from my college days...The The, The Cure, REM, Violent Femmes, Wall of Voodoo, Smashing Pumpkins, The Replacements, Smithereens,... Classic Rock, Blues. I am from Chicago, you have to listen to the blues. When you are a Bears fan, you have to listen to the blues. When you are a Sox fan you listen to the blues. When you are a Cubs fan, you put a rope around your neck. Just kidding. We use to hit the Blues clubs quite a bit back in the late eighties early nineties...Kingston Mines, Blues Etc., Buddy Guys, Fitzgeralds, and really got into the local blues. Buddy Guy, Lonnie Brooks, Son Seals, Lefty Diz, Eddie "the chief" Clearwater, Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, and of coarse, the late great Koko Taylor.

I will be back to talk some more later.

Great group, Thug.
Posted Tuesday January 25, 2011, About: Jay Cutler quit on Da Bears
I wouldn't say that Jay tapped out, I would say that the corner man threw in the towel. It was the training staff and coaches that [b]took[/b] Jay out of the game because they thought that he could no longer be affective. I feel your pain as for not making it to the big game, I wanted it as much as the next guy, but if your QB can't scramble or plant his foot to throw, you do the next best thing. Haven't we all learned from Favre making that mistake of staying in the game and playing hurt and eventually causing his team to lose with a stupid play were he tried to do too much.
Posted Tuesday January 25, 2011, About: Jay Cutler quit on Da Bears
More Jay bashing before the facts come out...What a shocker!

And after the facts did come out, did the "Chosen Few" come back and comment...I didn't think so.
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