Sorry 'bout that. I didn't know, didn't remember. As far as I'm concerned it is fair to play the same song, as long as the clue given is different. Did I by chance copy your clue, Harry? Either way, that is not important to me, but the people seem to enjoy the game so I say let's keep it going until it fizzles out by itself.
I'm a man without conviction I'm a man who doesn't know How to sell a contradiction You come and go You come and go
I don't seem able to edit quotes. If a post has a long body of text, and some pictures and so on, and I only want to comment on a small part of it - Then I used to be able to remove unwanted sections of the quoted post. Is there a way to do this that I don't know about. The "Name that tune" tread in the community forum is a good example of how things can easily get messy and out of hand. Thanks
Now chew one these ones. They are all milestone recordings from well known performers, - all different genres though.
...and everywhere I go People know the part, I'm playin' Paid for every dance, sellin' each romance Ooh, what they're sayin'
Don't be a drag, just be a queen Whether you're broke or evergreen You're black, white, beige, chola descent You're Lebanese, you're orient
I'm coming back I will return And I'll possess your body and I'll make you burn I have the fire I have the force I have the power to make my evil take it's course
You are right on all three. I was wondering if anybody would step up to Lady Gaga. I have two pre-teen daughters, what is your excuse? And I think for the future I'll have to stay off the "quote" button. It doesn't do the forum any favors..
I guess there is a valid reason for concern about the origin of this "new" kit. Now, the way I see it is that Revell moves in mysterious ways, and it does well to remember that they did have an old drag Willys - and then they tooled up a brand new one. They had an old VW Beetle - and then they tooled up a brand new one. And I also think Revell knows that their existing F-100 tool doesn't really do their reputation any favors, and that they could really use a successor to that tool. Does anybody remember the Stacy David Rat Roaster? While it was not a 100% representation of the real one, it was still close enough to keep most customers happy. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think it shared a lot of parts with the other deuce kits. All the bodywork was new, engine and wheels were new, interior new. I believe the the front suspension (at least the axle) was new. I think only the rear suspension and possibly the frame (albeit slightly revised) carried over from the other kits. So. - If Revell has seen strong enough sales of the Rat Roaster, I could see them doing a fairly faithful kit of the Foose F-100. They might take small liberties with the underpinnings in order to facilitate future spin-offs, but that doesn't really bother me all that much. As long as it builds well, looks good and sits right. Thats all I care for.