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Ting Ho Dung

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Ting Ho Dung last won the day on February 25 2019

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About Ting Ho Dung

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    Veteran HFCer
  • Birthday 05/02/1962

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  • guitars
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  • fx
    What are those?

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    http://www.lifewithoutjoel.com

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    Male
  • Location
    Where the ocean touches sky.
  • Interests
    Herpetozoa: All Things That Crawl

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  1. Awe, did I hurt your little feelins?
  2. Great job. If you like it, great. If not, I wouldn't, @zenmindbeginner does great videos. That's his job. You could contact him if you decide you would rather spend your time gardening or something. Great song.
  3. Not sure if Brad does but Night Ranger does / did.
  4. I think they'll sell out in a Flash! https://ultimateclassicrock.com/queen-stamps/
  5. The song, "Vera," was the first thing I thought of when I heard the news.
  6. Nope, I remember now. 3 times. The first was with a group of friends, I think I was 15. They all had tickets. I didn't. So I crashed the gate. The second time was with Martica. I think that was Grand Illusion tour. The third was with my wife with this ticket. GF at the time. We had been dating 3 months and 15 days.
  7. Those cassette tapes were in the mix all the time for us in the '70s especially when we were skipping school surfing. Finally got to see them open for Alice Cooper sometime around '77 -8, I think. @The Shark said he was there though I didn't know him at the time. Great show except for the surprise opening act, Eddie Money. I remember when they cranked into, "Windy City." Andy Scott's opening riff was thick and charred. Really made the show. Brian Connolly's voice was killer and his throat seemed to open up like a lion's roar. Unbeatable memory. I still remember where I was the very first time I heard them. I was in Grants in '74 looking at albums when, "Fox on the Run," came on over the player. I was instantly hooked.
  8. JY mentioned in this video that it was '81. I may have seen it too. I've seen them at least twice with 2 different girls. The second is now the wife. I still have the stub.
  9. Been in a Styx mood lately for some reason. Hope one of you likes the video. ETA: And a double neck, boomered, red cherry, double neck, Californian.
  10. And yet, without him, the band couldn't write. "Momentary Lapse of Reason," was not written by the remaining members. Roger Waters is a remarkable lyricist. Something that is overlooked by most. He is a remarkable composer. He is self indulgent, especially since post, "The Final Cut," or possibly before. Grumpy? For sure. But that was Pink Floyd.
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