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I love to dance!
Reply #15 on:
October 04, 2004, 10:08:19 am »
Yeah, no kidding paul!
And you definitely haven't seen Hill Street Blues until you've seen Paul doing it... just fantastic.
Get back here, Paul, it's been too long!!
Currently stalking Pat
Reply #16 on:
October 04, 2004, 10:24:58 am »
Ah, the Hill Street Blues dance. None better than when performed by the man, Paul Jones. I think Paul should make a special trip back to Madtown just to perform the dance for those of us who miss it dearly.
Worth the try
There's no fighting in here, this is the war room.
Just B, as in the second letter of the alphabet.
Has too much free time
Reply #17 on:
October 04, 2004, 08:07:05 pm »
I'm moving up (or down, depending on your perspective) on the capital hierarchy. I'm spending this internship in Washington, DC. Alas, I'm not likely to make it back to Madtown anytime soon.
However, I WILL be at the Shank Hall show in Milwaukee this month. I'll be heading back to the Land of Beer & Cheese to campaign for a certain candidate the weekend before the election. Then I'll vote on Tuesday and spend the day at the polls as a legal monitor. This way when Bush wins I'll be able to live with the knowledge that I did everything within my small sphere of power to prevent it.
So anyone who wants to see a little HSB, head to Shank on the 29th.
Lippy is a buster.
Reply #18 on:
October 05, 2004, 09:24:42 am »
October 29th is still too far to be making plans, but if nothing extraordinary happens between here and that day I'll be at shank to witness Paul's 5th annual triumphant return to the badger state
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