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  • Birthday 10/04/1955

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  • Where do you live?
    out on the edge
  • What do you do for a living?
    musician

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  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    Richard Todd throwing the AFC Championship game in the Mud in Miami
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
    yes, saw it live on TV

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  1. With the worst Offensive Line in the game he was under pressure on every snap including running plays, the guy HAD to throw quick hitters
  2. As far as classic drop back signal callers go, Mike White is the best looking QB the Jets have had since Kenny O'Brien. He brought something (charisma, excitement) to the team that I hadn't seen at that position since Joe Namath. I hope he is the starter by the time we start our cold weather games this season.
  3. https://documentaryheaven.com/end-of-the-century-the-story-of-the-ramones/
  4. Never got to see them live but I DID see The Clash live on the Pier on the West Side where they used to do shows, right next to the big battleship
  5. What a damn nice thing to say, and that exactly what I hope comes across at my shows
  6. Oh and bad concerts the biggest disappointment for me was Aerosmith after looking forward to it after getting that first album. They were headlining at Madison Square Garden and Steve Tyler actually used the Mick Jagger line from Gimme Shelter "I lost a button on my trousers..." what a let down the whole show was and that turned me off to them forever-never bought another album and pretty much hated them ever since. Rick Derringer opened for them and blew them away. There have been others Johnny Winters doing a slugfest of 1-4-5 slow blues in Asbury Park made me want to slice my wrists open and David Bromberg somewhere in NJ in 73 or 74 put me to sleep.
  7. Once again when it comes to music munchmemory is right on the mark. Harry Chapin was the most unique artist I have ever seen, he could make a whole auditorium feel like they were in his living room sitting on a couch with a beer and a doob going around the room (like we all did back in the mid-70's) After Harry was taken from us on the L.I.E. in 1981 I always said that he left a void that has never been filled since.
  8. This one looks amazing, I just told my wife that I want to see this one in the theater when it comes out. The kid who plays Elvis is the same guy who played Tex Watson in Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. I'll say this the kid looks like a fine equestrian too if that really is him riding that horse in OUaTiH. Austin Butler does a lot of his own singing in this one too. Lisa Marie had this to say about his portrayal of her father: " I do want to take a moment to let you know that I have seen Baz Luhrmann's movie 'Elvis' twice now, and let me tell you that it is nothing short of spectacular. Absolutely exquisite. Austin Butler channeled and embodied my father's heart and soul beautifully. In my humble opinion, his performance is unprecedented and FINALLY done accurately and respectfully." In the words of Bart Scott: "Can't WAIT!"
  9. hey 8-0 your great memory made me go back and look for the headline that I got that info from and you're right, it was FROM a 2020 Cimini ESPN artIcle. What happened is someone on twitter was asking what happened to Quincy Enunwa and is he still playing so while doing that research I came across this necro-headline. https://www.espn.com/nfl/story?id=29225502&_slug_=jets-joe-flacco-says-ready-opener-neck-surgery
  10. I just read where Joe Flacco says he doesn't think he'll "be ready" to play when the season starts, which means that guys like this actually have a real shot to make a name for themselves. I'll tell ya, I am a Jets fan who hasn't given up my hope to see Mike White becoming a star in this league hopefully it doesn't happen AFTER the Jets give up on him and either trade him away or lose him in Free Agency. When I see ex-Jet throwaway Teddy Bridgewater starting for the Vikes last year and in 14 games throwing 18 TDs w/only 7 INTs while the guy who started here threw for half as many TDs and twice as many passes picked off, I can only shake my head and mutter to myself "only the Jets, always the Jets"
  11. What I like about these video answers is how Carl used his time away from PLAYING the game of football physically to playing it mentally. It reminds me of how they teach young golfers to watch the swings of the world's best so they have it already programmed in their mind's eye as to how it's supposed to look. Munch like me is wondering what we can expect from Lawson, all I know mm is if we can see even 75% of what we saw from him last summer, he automatically makes the Jets a better team. It sure would be a welcome change to see a sack on 3rd and 23 instead of a 25 yard gain like we have been seeing happen over the past decade here.
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