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  1. Ha ha ha! If it weren't their last night in concert, this would be a very funny live album title with your image of course. Do you own "Ron Found A Quarter" on triple vinyl? Thanks for sharing the photos. Any other moments from the show you'd care to share? cheers
  2. https://twitter.com/nowthisnews/status/1190396302389055488 When this little boy noticed a house was out of candy on Halloween, he added his own stash to the bowl for the next trick-or-treaters
  3. https://news.yahoo.com/afraid-wildflowers-tom-petty-turned-172733568.html
  4. Thanks for posting that; sounds like a sad time in their lives aside from the positivity of making the music, performing etc. cheers
  5. Makes sense; good point. Nice to hear from you again before this place shuts down. Take care of yourself! cheers
  6. It's like those carnival games, shoot water into a clown's mouth to make your horse...err....song race! cheers
  7. Bold choice indeed! Who knows, maybe one day they'll be more unreleased tracks from that era of the band as well. Long After Dark is in my top five TPATH records, just a really fun album, good songs, a mix of sadness, hope and energy. cheers
  8. It'll be interesting to see; if most of ATR (or all of it) is like what we've heard so far, it really makes YWM and Honey Bee as the outliers and WF, as a double album as maybe one big definitive statement of sadness and longing mixed with just a pinch of hope and fulfilled love. Who knows...well...I guess we all will time, eh? cheers
  9. It kinda grew on me but I understand boring and draggy. Parts of it sound like something else too. I'm still not sure if I like it or just enjoy hearing something fresh. Good point, that all makes sense. Do you like WF the album? What are your favorite TPATH albums? I was never a big WF fan though there are songs I like on it and it is one of the best sounding records they ever did. cheers cheers
  10. What don't you like about it? I'm not sure how I feel about it other than disappointment at another slow number, though since it's connected to WF I have only myself to blame for expecting something different...! cheers
  11. Let's just say...they wanted to confuse the fans...
  12. Some random thoughts: I think FGN was a big hit in terms of downloads but it didn't make this list. As for the songs on here, another reminder why I don't listen to the radio very often. There's probably some songs on this list that I'd recognize were I to hear them but that I've no knowledge of their title nor artist. I used to think it understandable why there was on big hit from Echo but I don't know, Swingin' isn't that different from I think some of these on here, maybe a bit too long for a Top 20 song but it's not that much a stretch from something like YDKHIF. Sure, Swingin' or even FGN are a big switch in sound and style (especially for Swingin) from FMF or ITGWO but not that far from the energy of WF. All right, I recognize Kryptonite and What A Girl wants, okay tunes I guess. Anyway, I suppose perhaps with more promotion maybe something from Echo could've penetrated this list and the overall larger pop culture. I realize for many here that Swingin's unlikely return to the 2017 tour, here and there was quite welcome but I wonder how many casual fans knew the song. Looking at this list do you think FGN or Swingin' could've somehow been welcome, could've been big, could've been on such a list and become a mainstay on set lists (like ISHKI) instead of a deep cut that vanished for 17 years? cheers Billboard Hot 100’s Top 20 Songs Of 2000 1. Faith Hill, “Breathe” 2. Santana featuring Rob Thomas, “Smooth” 3. Santana featuring The Product G&B, “Maria Maria” 4. Joe, “I Wanna Know” 5. Vertical Horizon, “Everything You Want” 6. Destiny’s Child, “Say My Name” 7. Savage Garden, “I Knew I Loved You” 8. Lonestar, “Amazed” 9. Matchbox Twenty, “Bent” 10. Toni Braxton, “He Wasn’t Man Enough” 11. Creed, “Higher” 12. Aaliyah, “Try Again” 13. Destiny’s Child, “Jumpin’, Jumpin’” 14. Sisqó, “Thong Song” 15. 3 Doors Down, “Kryptonite” 16. Pink, “There You Go” 17. Madonna, “Music” 18. Janet Jackson, “Doesn’t Really Matter” 19. Christina Aguilera, “What A Girl Wants” 20. Brian McKnight, “Back At One”
  13. If the choices are risking catching something you could very well survive and be fine from or surrendering freedom...well...not really a choice is it? Pregnant woman livestreams arrest over anti-lockdown event in Australia Joel Shannon, USA TODAYPublished 3:43 p.m. ET Sept. 2, 2020 0:00 1:00 AD CLOSE CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINEMAILMORE Australian police handcuffed a pregnant woman and confiscated her family's electronic devices after she posted on Facebook about an anti-lockdown event, according to a viral video viewed millions of times. The woman, 28, was charged with incitement — a crime in Australia in which an offender encourages others to break the law, according to a statement from Victoria Police. The Guardian and Yahoo News have identified the woman as Zoe Buhler. The Guardian reports she created an event on Facebook for a protest critical of the region's ongoing coronavirus lockdown. Police in the region have arrested multiple such organizers in a crackdown, the publication reports. "Any gathering of this nature is in blatant breach of the Chief Health Officer’s directions and puts Victorian lives at risk," Victoria Police's statement says. "Those still thinking of attending the protest in Ballarat on Saturday can expect a swift and firm response from police." Buhler's has falsely called the coronavirus pandemic "the biggest hoax on earth," on Facebook and criticized lockdowns aimed at preventing the spread of the virus. Victoria State began a second lockdown in early August after emerging as a hotspot for coronavirus infections in Australia. The region currently is under a curfew. During daytime hours, people may only leave their homes for reasons such as buying essential goods and services, going to work or exercising, according to the Australian Government Department of Health. The latest seven-day average of new reported infections per day in the region, home to more than 6 million people, has now dropped below 100. The video shows police informing Buhler of the charges and saying a search warrant allows them to seize all electronic devices in the home, even ones she does not own. She offers to delete the post, but an officer says the offense has already been committed. U.S. lockdowns: South Florida restaurants and casinos reopen as governor vows no more COVID-19 shutdowns Flu shot: It's crucial to get a flu shot this year amid the coronavirus pandemic, doctors say Buhler offers numerous objections, saying she did not know she was breaking any laws, that she is scheduled for an ultrasound that day and that her children were watching as police handcuffed her. Australia’s economy suffered its sharpest economic contraction since the Great Depression due to the pandemic, with recent data confirming the country is in its first recession in 28 years.
  14. https://twitter.com/DackStevon/status/1301544913444589568 Arresting pregnant woman for social media posting.
  15. http://dr.loudness-war.info/album/list/year?artist=tom+petty
  16. It's not from PUTP but here's a take on it: https://livepetty.com/audio/tpath/1980s/1985-shows/1985-07-24-seattle-wa-aud/ Also for tons of generously shared live shows, some in soundboard quality/fm quality, others from good audience recordings, a plethora of live TPATH https://livepetty.com/audio/tpath/ Enjoy! cheers
  17. 'Our service was dead': NHS worker under investigation after claiming coronavirus is 'a load of b*****ks' and admitting she did 'f*** all' during the pandemic Care UK employee Louise Hampton recorded video slamming a certificate given to her and her colleagues 'This is my certificate of b*****ks.' Ms Hampton said. 'I didn't clap for the NHS, I didn't clap for myself. Because why would I clap for myself when I did f*** all?' Ms Hampton's stark message comes amid rising fears over a backlog of millions of cancer screenings and other operations which have been delayed by the pandemic
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