JSngry

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About JSngry

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    While logic makes its demands, emotion lends its voice
  • Birthday 12/14/1955

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  1. Joke of the Day

    Or, like, Microsoft is overwhelmingly male-gay. I mean, there's a lot of ways to read it. Humor is highly subjective.
  2. Joke of the Day

    Sure it would, or could.
  3. Joke of the Day

    Is most everybody there married?
  4. Big Joe Turner Is Truth

    DAMN good!!!
  5. Everyone look what I got comin’!!!!!!!

    Started noticing the retro version of new bulbs a few years ago and bought some for our dining room light set. They look cool, but don't make shit for actual light. Looking to take them out and away as soon as they go bad.
  6. COVID-19 III: No Politics For Thee

    Condolences indeed.
  7. John Purcell was/is a very gifted multi-woodwind specialist. He was guest artist on a few Daagnim records that I was on. A very professional guy. Among his other credits, he also ended up as a member of the World Saxophone Quartet. Perhaps not the most distinguishable soloist ever, but definitely a supremely talented musician.
  8. HA! This was a half-page ad , IIRC. Probably had one in DB as well. I never really suspected fraud, but I did have a fear about sending money in to a company that never really got off the ground business-wise, and then what? And for how long, to get the money back? They were operating out of California then so, you know, money gets lost every day. All's well that ends well, and/but the recent, uh...unpredictability of Mosaic's last few releases is kind of a flashback for me, to that opening launch. Only this time, i know it's going to work out in the end, no matter how sloppy it gets.
  9. That's the one I ordered and finally got. And the whole thing blew me away, it was a level of content and presentation heretofore unseen, at least by me. But it took a while to get it. There was a pretty harrowing wait of at least six months(?) between the time I sent my check in and the time anybody said anything about this is taking us longer than we expected, thank you for your patience. I was worrying that my check had been cashed (it had been) and that this was some kind of failed experiment, maybe even a fraud. And I'm thinking I placed the order in 1982 (I think the ad was in Musician magazine?) and it took until 1983 for them to actually get product out. In the days of just mail-order and snail mail...you were pretty much left in the dark unless and until you heard from them.
  10. Maybe they had some really good, uh..."refreshments" available?
  11. If I'm remembering correctly, ( was living in Albuquerque when I placed my first order based off a magazine ad, and it took a good long while before the order actually got fulfilled, 1982-83, I'm thinking.
  12. Joke of the Day

    Do they have post offices in Canada, or does all the mail go direct?
  13. I think that the "absence" of the piano that night opened them both up, especially Warne.
  14. A New (to me) Mingus performance on YouTube

    Know him mostly from personnel listings on Ellington records, plus the stint with Mingus. Good to finally put a face to the name, and his playing here is nicely seasoned, as it should be, with that resume!