Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Here is somebody famous with a dodgy old codger

Yes it is Adam again! Who is this old bloke he is with? 1. Clue 1 it is not Glen 2. Clue 2 prof popkiss wife loves him (the old codger not Adam in so far as I am aware, plus she hopefully and I am sure does still love the popkiss)

52 comments:

  1. Thought Madame Popkiss would appreciate his autograph!!

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  2. That's as much as the Prof will allow I'd reckon, rumour has it he's "insanely" jealous ;-)

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  3. the girl in the photo's only got eyes for Adam I notice

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    1. She looks at him as if he saved her baby from drowning.

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    2. I think she was a TV reporter.

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    3. she's obviously from the BBC, displaying admirable impartiality as is expected of their reporters.

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    4. On a second examination I think her expression may have more to do with the man in the rear.

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  4. That's an auld photo. Adam looks mair like Rod now

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  5. Like you've nothing to be guilty of?

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  6. While checking the date of the above encounter, I came across this:

    http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/Evils%20in%20America/Rock-n-Roll/rod_stewart.htm

    Good to see that even more pious blogs than our own have their ranters. This one from Mad Monk Mac.

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    1. God's not drawing the same crowds. He hasn't toured for 2000 years

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    2. I've always considered Jesus to be Black... he called everyone brother, liked gospel & couldn’t get a fair trial.

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  7. Meanwhile, on the other side.....

    24 Hours From Tulsa?????

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    1. FFS

      Good shout by Frank tonight. The Headboys.

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    2. Yep...really enjoyed that Jx

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    3. Shape of things to come got played?

      One of my top 100 all time tracks, even with a TornErse Bass player

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    4. Indeed and it was brilliant to hear.

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  8. Has anyone ever hit next blog at the top of this page?

    Some crackpots online (:-)

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    1. That was meant to be a reply re Mad Monk Mac...

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    2. They make this blog look almost sensible.

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    3. We'll soon see about that then.

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    4. Normal stuff for a mom and a neighbor

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    5. Did you keep clicking?
      I had no idea that we are in the middle of all that. Do you think we get visitors from Next Blog Clickers??

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    6. Yes, seems to be different every time too. Pretty weird.

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    1. 3 years today that Tom Hiddleston was cast in Thor: Loki anniversary?

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  10. Julie, 9 Below Zero supporting Stranglers 40th Ann. Tour ;-)

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  11. This blog has been declared "almost sensible" by the mighty Glen Miller. I feel an award is in order.

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    1. Only when compared to loonies.

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    2. LIANNA KNIGHT
      I am a Christ follower, a happily married woman, a devoted daughter, a loyal friend, and a hard-working assistant principal. I am overjoyed to finally add proud MOMMY to our miracle baby to my profile!!

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  12. Zappa Plays Zappa at RCH last Monday - Forget any pre-conceptions and ignore what anyone says about the music (except me of course). This band is BRILLIANT! Don't miss the next tour. You won't hear a better live band. Dweezil is as good as Frank on guitar and Scheila Gonzalez on sax and keyboards (sometimes at the same time) is amazing. Ben Thomas sings like Frank and plays trumpet and trombone. All very jazzy.

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    1. My friend and his daughter went - said they played for 3.5 hours and were fantastic.

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    2. So you'll both be there next time?

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    3. They were on at The House Of Blues in Boston when I was there but we went to see the Symphony Orchestra instead - and nodded off.

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    4. you too?! I was at a modern dance thing in Greenock this week and I think I slept through most of it - nae herm tae the dancers as they say, they were fine, it was just that kind of music, I couldn't keep my eyes open. I daresay Dweezil would have been a better bet.

      The advantage of a standing gig - less chance of nodding off.

      So how was ol' Bob, Norrie?

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    5. I really enjoyed Bob thanks Gaie. Veered from incredible to enigmatic! Band was fantastic I must say. Bob the best I have seen him.

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    6. The nodding off was no problem, it was the violent jumps at sudden loud passages which caused embarrassment.

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  13. Hard Rock Glasgow's open........................

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  14. Dine within sight of Marti Pellow's dentures.

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      I think the restraining order only applies to Edinburgh. Anyway, the food might taste better if eaten with Marti's gnashers.

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    2. Feel it in your fingers, feel it in your toes....

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  15. bags the table beside Subo's sweetie jar

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    1. Unfortunately, I think Blackburn's nearer Edinburgh than Glasgow so I think we bagsy it...dammit. Don't know why you're getting so excited about HRC anyway... Jx

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    2. Because it's new we have a two week window before the rats and botulism take over.

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