The Dino-Aspie Cafe (for Those 40+... or feeling creaky)

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29 Jul 2007, 6:52 pm

If the Dino-Aspie Cafe had a real life counterpart, what would it be?
I'm thinking of Geezers at the Grey Beards Antique emporium in Jacobus,
Pennsylvania a few miles south of where I live.
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30 Jul 2007, 6:42 am

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Changing the subject, does anyone else know this song from the 1970's? Its the inspiration for my new signature.

I liked it a lot back then (got a lot of airplay). It could have been about me - lol

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWArUaViXsA[/youtube]
Yes, of course I do. Didn't like the song at first but got into it after about 3 or 4 listens. Do you remember "Nice Legs Shame About The Face" by Dave & The Derros? That song was a real scream.


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30 Jul 2007, 6:42 pm

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.... Do you remember "Nice Legs Shame About The Face" by Dave & The Derros? That song was a real scream.

... and "Death to Disco" - lol

Can't find Dave and the Derros, but here is a pommy cover
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPF5EuqEcyw[/youtube]


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06 Aug 2007, 2:27 pm

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Seriously thou i read articles how the food industry does experiments with rats and chemicals to make the food more addictive. Just like the tobacco companies do. They try to use chemicals to make you hungrier and buy more of they're products.


Can you site some of the articles? I'd like to know more about that.


Kevin Trudeau (several books, website naturalcures.com) addresses this and other issues, like what's wrong with American health care... I have his book "Natural Cures They Don't Want You to Know About" and he explains how Big Food, Health and Pharma exploit us (with government complicity) because It's All About The Money. This may seem like lurid conspiracy theory stuff until you look into it.


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06 Aug 2007, 2:42 pm

Glad you guys are still here. Your stories and sharing help me a lot, it's good to know what's really wrong with me and that I'm not the only one, and not alone.

I've been busy & away a while, but I missed you guys. Still unemployed, but doing something about it now - approaching "work" with Asperger-awareness; trying to restart my occasional freelance home-based computer graphics projects, also got connected to my college's People in Transition counseling and workshops, etc. There's some hope now, mixed with the negative stuff.

Thanks. :)


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11 Aug 2007, 2:03 pm

tomart wrote:
Glad you guys are still here. Your stories and sharing help me a lot, it's good to know what's really wrong with me and that I'm not the only one, and not alone.

I've been busy & away a while, but I missed you guys. Still unemployed, but doing something about it now - approaching "work" with Asperger-awareness; trying to restart my occasional freelance home-based computer graphics projects, also got connected to my college's People in Transition counseling and workshops, etc. There's some hope now, mixed with the negative stuff.

Thanks. :)


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15 Aug 2007, 2:47 am

Hi Everyone. I like this thread title. I'm not 40+ yet, but I do feel very creaky.



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15 Aug 2007, 11:38 am

Hi Boutique :D I like your avatar!



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15 Aug 2007, 11:54 am

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Hi Boutique :D I like your avatar!


Thanks! I'm liking this avatar too. I enjoy how the colors look with the blue on these forums, but haven't been able to see it yet with the green.

edit: Ah, this post landed on green. It's pretty with the green too.



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16 Aug 2007, 6:28 pm

not 40 but y'all 'll know this song
way back from 1979 :)
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DtcwwUonC2g[/youtube]



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17 Aug 2007, 1:48 pm

Hey, I didn't know this thread existed. I actually went to see Styx in 1981 or so and haven't listened to them since. I think I went with someone who had an extra and wound up terribly bored. I did like Pieces of Eight when it came out though.



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02 Aug 2008, 8:39 pm

I am close enough to 40 to be counted! I'm near 37. Anyway, I don't know what to say, I have lost my train of thought. Must be Alzeimers. Cheers.



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02 Aug 2008, 8:40 pm

I spelled Alzheimers wrong...sigh.



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04 Aug 2008, 1:55 am

lucy1 wrote:
Kilroy wrote:
not 40 but y'all 'll know this song
way back from 1979 :)
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DtcwwUonC2g[/youtube]


It's a good song - but.... I don't the sound of the electric organ.

It would be good to hear a remake of this song.


Aww yes! That brought back some memories. I was in the 9th grade when that song came out. Reminds me of those commercials too where they have our favorite songs from the 70's on CD's now. Lol. I told some girl I work with once who's 23 to just wait, before she knows it she'll be seeing commercials where they have her old favorite songs from the 90's all on a set of 6 CD's.
She'll be like "Oh, I loved that song!" and her kids will roll their eyes. Then she'll know what it's like to feel old.



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04 Aug 2008, 6:00 pm

Yep, I know that feeling well. Old old old


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