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somethingvinyl last won the day on July 30 2014

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  1. Virus Popups on Mobile Site

    Not helpful to the technical questions, but I have completely switch from watching porn on my desktop to watching it on my phone. The portability is so convenient.
  2. I Think I'm Gonna Quit The Hobby

    Just do you, boo.
  3. Online Record Selling

    Ah. I think your situation is slightly different than OP's. But you're right, it's one's preference to which way they're built. For me, having a child, I can't handle the stress. I like getting paid if I'm on vacation or sick. But I see the appeal in the freedom in working for yourself.
  4. Online Record Selling

    That's good. I'm just offering my thoughts. I've been through this and it didn't work for me on a small scale.
  5. ^^^ Where I was sitting at Wrestlemania, it was directly behind where you see them do the introductions in that row of alternative languages commentators (Japanese, Italian, Hindi, etc) after an hour into the show. We were above a tunnel that WWE crew and talent would come out of to go to the stadium floor. All the NXT guys walked by (Velveteen Dream, Adam Cole, EC3, etc) and people would shout at them. Ember Moon walked by and she was gorgeous in real life. I just stared, lol. Didn't want to be a dick and catcall but I couldn't think of anything interesting to say/yell.
  6. Online Record Selling

    Why not just buy and collect records and get a job that will always yield you a pay check? I've sold records on the side for 10 years and while it's a nice help to my income, it just turns into more fucking work. I like records less because I'm bombarded with the need to sell all this shit I've bought. Literally have an extra bedroom with 1,500-2,000 records that I plan on selling but lack the motivation to do anything about. And this year makes twenty years since I bought my first record. All this to say, I'd prefer to make a steady paycheck and just randomly sell when I feel like it (which I do, at record shows 3-4 times a year). I hate needing to rely on 'record money' and needing to hustle when I don't make enough. It's stressing, trust me. Anything, even the cool hobbies, turns in to an annoying job eventually.
  7. Same. Never bought the Epic because I was just waiting for it to be on clearance some day, somewhere. But it's so good.
  8. Woof. I need a day to decompress. What a weekend. I would have tried to look out for you Scott, but I haven't been on here since the last time I posted. I had my seven year old and it was somewhat madness at the Superdome. The bathrooms were disgusting and not maintained at all during the show. Shit and puke on the ground. Doors opened up stupid early even though the preshow didn't start until what, 4:30 and there was still a ton of congestion when we rolled in right as the men's battle royal was starting. They were out of water, hamburgers, chicken fingers and a lot of menu items by 7:30-8:00pm. WM: Overall fun show. I'm not particularly proud of the crowd response during the Lesnar vs. Reigns match but it was so much fun with no less than 5-6 beach balls being tossed around and then confiscated. The crowd didn't give a shit about the match and it was clear with all the chants. The hokey Cena audience gimmick was fun. That match with the Undertaker was not at all what I expected and it was a feel good moment. Both Asuka and Nakamura lost clean. Would have preferred Asuka turning heel instead of Nakamura but whateves. Two highlights from the weekend: seeing the live show of Bruce Prichard and Conrad Thompson (Something to Wrestle With Bruce Prichard) was great. Tons of random but great WWE legends showed up and told road stories (Pat Patterson, JBL, Road Warrior Animal, Hurricane Helms, Eric Bishoff, Sean Mooney, Gerald Brisco, etc). ROH Supercard was really great as well. Cody Rhodes is one of the best heels anywhere in the world. Kota Ibushi is so amazing to watch live. Beachballmania clap clap clap clap clap.
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  10. Heyyy yoooooooooo!

    ^^^ Where is that hand coming from behind Cory?!?!?!?
  11. I don't feel like linking that pic again. I'm in Sec 115, Row 10, seat 1.
  12. I am. I was holding out trying to get tickets from people who might be looking to unload them cheaper but so many scam attempts with CL even dealing with local numbers just forced me to watch Ticketmaster every hour at work for the past week. Within the last 24 hours, they've slowly started releasing additional seats. Got lucky today and one half of a whole section in the 100's came open and seats were $200 a piece. That's less than I paid for a seat on the risers in 2014 but I had to buy two for me and my kid. But luckily, got a fucking great seat and looking forward to experiencing with my son.
  13. Heyyy yoooooooooo!

    Damn, sonnn!
  14. SOUL, FUNK, and BLUES Record Thread

    Benny Spellman (from Pensacola) had two hits while in New Orleans working with Allen Toussiant. Those songs "Fortune Teller" and "Lipstick Traces" were crossover hits. This song also features Toussiant on production. Not as stand out, but I picked it up here cheaply. https://www.discogs.com/Benny-Spellman-Sinner-Girl-If-You-Love-Her/release/5479130
  15. Heyyy yoooooooooo!

    This thing is gold. Sonnn!
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