tillywilly

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About tillywilly

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  • Birthday March 26

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    Los Angeles, CA
  • Gender
    Male
  • Springsteen fan since?
    1975
  • Does Mary's dress wave or sway?
    wave
  • Interests
    Springsteen, Jukes and many other great rock people over the years. Love old country, blues, fred astaire, paul whiteman, gospel, opera, bluegrass, etc. Built my own computer, edit audio pretty good, video not so good, information junkie too. Will add to this later.
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    Not often

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  1. Hi everybody Does anybody have November 12, 1978-Troy The Magic Of Rock 'N' Roll Music (Jersey Devil Records) I already got 5-6 versions but need this Thanks!
  2. Sean Joseph Scialfa 53 they had three children, Michael, Patti, and Sean
  3. Make sure you put BornToRock in 3rd verse she is the Boss who is always here and fastest gun in the west when people make requests
  4. Happy holidays bro You are still the founding father We are keeping your thread going
  5. anybody want a bad dog convicted of spying for a foreign power sedition i stopped him before he slobbered on my h-bomb blueprints he licked my face I think I got radiation burns and chromosome damage
  6. 1 minute ago, tillywilly said: tillywilly is mean to me! shhhhhhh I told you never tell anybody! bad dog
  7. shhhhhhh I told you never tell anybody! bad dog
  8. Merry Christmas everybody Got another classic Quote of the Month: Before his death in 1998, Doug Springsteen was asked which of his son’s songs he liked best. "The ones about me," he answered. "now he walks these empty rooms rattling his chains" Doug Springsteen: haaaaaaa rotf lmao lol bruce you are funniest son i got to get bruce to login Hey Bruce we're talking shxt about your father! haaaaaaaaaa No i will get Adele she will love it ....or kick my ASS Quote Edit
  9. Got another classic Quote of the Month: Before his death in 1998, Doug Springsteen was asked which of his son’s songs he liked best. "The ones about me," he answered. "now he walks these empty rooms rattling his chains" Doug Springsteen: haaaaaaa rotf lmao lol bruce you are funniest son i got to get bruce to login Hey Bruce we're talking shxt about your father! haaaaaaaaaa No i will get Adele she will love it ....or kick my ASS
  10. Oh you want to know about Bruce's mother? Ok here she is My wife and I got a special insight into the source of Bruce’s strength and character when we stood next to his mother during an L.A. concert. 90,000 people listened in hushed silence while Bruce told a captivating, graphic story. Mrs. Springsteen exclaimed, “I don’t care if he’s the biggest rock and roll star in the world. If he says f_?_?_?one more time, I’m going to wash his mouth out with soap.”
  11. BRUCE AND HIS BABIES On the evening of April 26, 1998, wrapped in my mother’s arms, my dad quietly let out his last breath and died in his sleep. With those extra years that were gifted to us, I got to see my children love my father and I got to watch his patience and kindness toward them. I got to see them mourn my father’s death. My dad loved the sea, spending hours at the shore, staring at the water, admiring the boats. When my parents lived in San Francisco, he had a small boat he bobbed around the bay on. At his wake, my children approached his coffin and laid on his hands his “captain’s” hat. It was one like the guy in the Captain and Tennille used to wear, a child’s costume, a totem of an unlived life, of desire unattained. It served as a shield to cover my dad’s beautiful, rocky-shaped, now nearly bald head and as a symbol of an imaginary commanding manhood and masculinity my pop always felt was just out of reach and under siege. I understood that hunger. For me there’d be no captain’s hat! Just “THE BOSS!” Bulging muscles, judo and the lifting of thousands and thousands of pounds’ worth of meaningless objects every . . . single . . . day, until I finally brought my father the physical presence he’d been looking for. Months later, in the evening twilight, returning from our local video store with my children, out of the blue I mentioned my father’s death. The car went silent. I peered into the rearview mirror and saw my young son and daughter, mouths wide open, crying, but no sound had come out yet. Then, like thunder delayed after lightning, “Whaaaaaaaa . . . you mean the guy in the captain’s hat?” It felt so good watching my children cry for my dad. As we pulled up to the house, they ran inside, still bawling. Patti saw me follow in behind with a smile. “What happened?” “It’s Pop, they’re crying over Pop.” Adam raised a good daddy
  12. Hey Bruce Ben Afleck wants his face back!