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  1. Yes. Fox News. Bruce voice caused me to pause. Channel cause me to wonder if hell was freezing.
  2. In clearing the basement of junk I came across 45rpm For You cover by Manfred Mann. Doubt it was even played, but for a small tear in the cover sleeve it looked shiny and new. Since all can be found online I went upstairs to have a listen on youtube. The line that has never set well with me in our hero's version is : 'Cause I've broken all your windows and I've rammed through all your doorsAnd who am I to ask you to lick my sores? As it was the first somewhat complete string of words our ASD son whispered my cringing has waned over time. As I listened MM sang in place of And who am I to ask you to lick my sores? sang And who am I to ask you to fight my wars ? (I have circled my question enough to reach my point) Did Bruce ever have a version that had And who am I to ask you to fight my wars ? I preferred it the moment I heard it. Thanks in advance for any info on this question
  3. Rest in peace Doris Roberts

    No way did she seem 90. Always liked her.
  4. I think we can pace ourselves and still be fans. BTW no hopping in my section 221. And here is the oddest part. Should you have sat still you felt your seat move because entire rows were singing and bouncing while sitting. I looked around and worried that would be us all in another 10 years. The young or young at heart on the floor and the rest of us in seats living vicariously while the energizer bunny has mended whatever is bothering him at the moment and still dancing with old ladies. A colleague of my husbands was retiring. Boss didn't want her to go. Nope, she was done. Back and forth back and forth. What could he do to keep her? Obvious answer. Front row tickets to Springsteen. He got them for her. My dream job is something where someone wants me that desperately. .
  5. Ok real quick. I had the worst section. They kept sitting down. Finally vented to enj and he said just let the music wash over us. Best advice. Moment The River was done it was non stop rock, so enj can relax we won't hold Detroit Medley over him. Bruce must have let the voice box rest because it was the best I have heard in years. Band was all in. Couldn't see Charlie or Prof from my vantage point but Stevie present. Susie busy. Nils spun 'til he looked green. Jake kept the people apprised of their roll and looked great. Sounded great. Sound had some feedback. Saw a guitar I had never seen before. Gary looked cool and I love that guy. No Patti but I think her guitar was there should she show up. It was a nice E Street. I lime horns and singers but this was fantastic. Stevie looked like he was having a ball during You Can Look But You Better Not Touch. I feel fantastic!
  6. Smart. I follow now. The passive agressive Minnesotan in me might have walked out really slowly.
  7. More to the point why is she still your friend?
  8. I hear you but we are not all blessed to live on islands but we do pass a rediculous amount of water onto your lovely seaside towns (beaches YOU don't even frequent I might add ).
  9. I would like to mention A Yuuge (I hate that word) amount of water from MN ends up in seaside towns. The River Ctr is on the Mississippi. Lakes, rivers, and wetlands facts General Minnesota's waters flow outward in three directions: North to Hudson Bay in Canada East to the Atlantic Ocean South to the Gulf of Mexico Voyageurs National Park in northern Minnesota is the largest water-based park in the National Park System. By the numbers Counties with no natural lakes: Mower, Olmsted, Pipestone, Rock Number of lakes: 11,842 (10+ acres) Number of natural rivers and streams: 6,564 (69,200 miles) Wetlands acreage present in 1850: 18.6 million acres Wetlands acreage present in 2008: 10.6 million acres Names Ten most common lake names: Mud, Long, Rice, Bass, Round, Horseshoe, Twin, Island, Johnson, Spring In-Depth Deepest inland lake: Portsmouth Mine Pit near Crosby (450 feet and rising) Deepest natural lake: Lake Saganaga, Cook County (240 feet deep) Depths of other lakes: Name County Maximum Depth Lake Superior -- 1,290 feet Ten Mile Cass 209 feet Lower LaSalle Hubbard 204 feet Loon Lake Cook 202 feet Rainy St. Louis 161 feet Leech Cass 150 feet Cass Beltrami / Cass 120 feet Otter Tail Otter Tail 120 feet Minnetonka Hennepin 113 feet Vermillion St. Louis 76 feet Winnibigoshish Cass 70 feet Mille Lacs Mille Lacs 42 feet Upper Red Beltrami 18 feet Size and Length Ten largest lakes (entire lake within borders of Minnesota): Red Lake (both "Upper" and "Lower") - 288,800 acres Mille Lacs Lake - 132,516 acres Leech Lake - 111,527 acres Lake Winnibigoshish - 58,544 acres Lake Vermilion - 40,557 acres Lake Kabetogama - 25,760 acres Mud Lake (Marshall County) - 23,700 acres Cass Lake - 15,596 Lake Minnetonka - 14,004 acres Otter Tail Lake - 13,725 acres Largest border lakes: Lake Superior (20,364,800 acres total with 962,700 acres in Minnesota) Lake of the Woods (950,400 acres total with 307,010 acres in Minnesota) Longest shoreline: Lake Vermilion, St. Louis County (290 miles of shoreline) Minnesota River length: 370 miles Mississippi River length in Minnesota: 680 miles State and national Wild and Scenic Rivers: 589 miles Total Area Covered by Lakes and Rivers (deep water): 2,560,299 acres Total surface water area including wetlands: 13,136,357 acres
  10. Dear Bruce, Remember MN are mostly Scandinavians but if you pump them up with something like Rochester show they will Return the Favor like that crowd you just got done with!
  11. I love that under appreciated waterfall on the beautiful Genesee River.