Discussion in 'The Pub' started by AZChilicat, Oct 9, 2015.
It's my buddy Finn....how he got here is a long story, but he's one chill fellow.
It's a Ric.
I was born ready. I'm Ron f**king Swanson.
It's my Michael Kelly Tele - 1953
It is a picture of me. Yes I am Elvis.
Guy posted that he just discovered Chet Baker.
I posted "Who" which , of course was right next to my avatar.
Another guy answered "horn player"
So much for my attempt at subtle humor.
Since nothing seems to be obvious on the 'net, my avatar is Chet Baker.
"Guitar is easy: all it takes is five fingers, six strings and one a**hole." KR
My pug, Maxx.
He forced me to dress him....I didn't want to.
Mine is of "Eartha," the "world's largest revolving and rotating globe"(according to Guinness). It's at DeLorme's (map makers) headquarters in Yarmouth, Maine. I grew up near there.
Me floating through rapids in the Little Colorado at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, and easily one of the best memories of my life.
A photo that I took a few years back of a friend. Yes I know she looks like she is about to kill me but that's probably because I asked her to look that way lol
Mine is a photo of a young Tim Armstrong and Jesse Michaels of Operation Ivy from the insert of their "Energy" album. That band is responsible for me starting a band at 13 and taking it all very - very seriously. That was 22 years ago.
It's very nice. I like!
Represents a North to South street sign interpretation on the main highway in MA where I buy gas returning home. If I traveled further south, I'd have posted this:
because it represents the Catskill Mountains, or is representative of the mountain overlooking Nod Road in our small valley.
And you've heard this joke before...
Q: What is the largest set of ears ever recorded?
That is all??
It looks like the Cheshire cat from American McGee's Alice, so I thought there were computer game references, and Alice in Wonderland references...
Precious bodily fluids.
My first electric, the picture above it is by Dave McKean, from Neil Gaiman's Sandman graphic novels.
One of my favorite places to play, Rockefellers in Houston. Many good memories. Here opening up for Keith Whitley two weeks or so before he passed.
at the local par3 where we only allow 2 clubs and a putter, 2 balls, no tees and no golf shoes. stuck a gap wedge from 123yds (as measured by laser). it was on the pin the whole time, and of course I made the putt for $18 from my partners.