IOW video clips



hapijac at comcast.net hapijac at comcast.net
Fri Jun 18 15:21:24 CDT 2004


Hey if you have a cable modem set it up as a LAN connection it came in great for me!!! NO CHOPPING!
    
                  BILL


> >IOW video clips
> >Sroundtable   
> >
> >I loved Pete giving him the "thumbs up" after it was over as if to say-
> 
> >"You fuckin nailed it."  Did anyone notice when Roger had the wrong
> harmonica 
> >for the BOR finish and therefore was playing it in the wrong key?  Pete
> went 
> >over and told him and Roger stopped playing and laughed, especially
> since he 
> >didn't have the correct harmonica there to change to.  It was a real
> Who moment.
> 
> I finally sat down at home and watched this video.
> I have a phat trunk line here at work, but no "Realplayer" loaded.
> At home, I'm on a DSL, but Realplayer still chops the video.  I get full
> audio, but the vid is like watching with a strobe light flashing.
> 
> Anywho....
> Couldn't help as I watched looking for the segments you wrote about.
> Classic fuck up on the harmonica.  Roger seemed quite embarrassed, but
> laughed it off.
> I was fascinated at Pete's various expressions about this:
> First, the everything is normal look, concentrating on his role.
> Then, the "hmmm something's not right", like when a bum note hits you
> and you cringe a bit.
> Then, the "what the hell is going on" confused look of his brain running
> through the possible answers.
> Then, the "ahhh ha!" look which even had a bit of a "ya big goof"
> look..."you fucked up."
> Then, approaching Roger, and Roger kind of looking like "what the hell
> are you doing?"
> Pete then having to continue to get his attention despite Roger's "git
> back over there, this is my turn in the spot light!" look.
> Once it was all clear, the mutual appreciation of the "Who moment."
> 
> Too funny.
> 
> On a side note...
> I watched this last night right before taking my boy up for beady-by
> time.
> He really digs The Who....at age Two in August!
> But, he *really* started to get off during the intro to BABA.  It was
> like that synth part spoke to him.  He was playing with some toy just
> kind of tapping his foot or something.  But when BABA started, he
> dropped everything, got a real excited look about him, and started to
> jump (well, more like a stationary skip at his age) and laugh.
> 
> Again, too funny.
> 
> Kevin in VT
> 
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