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Old 05-19-2013, 10:17 PM   #15481
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Bato, the rape comment was very inappropriate. The next time you look in your daughter or granddaughter's ee only yes think about what you said.
Come on ! there
is a Joke in Spanish world about class on rape prevention one of girls asked what if everything fails ... besaid i was talking of old farts like me suddenly every one here is very serious I'm not the only one that jokes here and I didnt invent rape but it happens in the world that you and me live of course ....but maybe.

This is for you: Amigo ,Mexico is bigger and his problems


Cielito lindo - Lovely sky

From the Sierra Morena,
Lovely sky, come down,
A pair of dark eyes,
Lovely sky, of smuggling.

Through mounds of hair,
heavenly one, a dark pair of eyes
(that could steal a man's heart)
lower as they approach.
Ay, ay, ay, ay,
Sing and don’t cry,
Because singing, they brighten up,
Lovely sky, the hearts.
Ay, ay, ay, ay,
sing and don't cry,
for hearts are happy, heavenly one,
when singing.
.
If a bird abandons his nest,
heavenly one,
then finds it occupied by another,
that first bird got what he deserved.

That beauty spot that you have,
Lovely sky, next to the mouth,
Don’t give it to anyone else,
Lovely sky, because it touches me.

Don't give away that beauty mark
that you have next to your mouth,
heavenly one, to just anybody.
Share all your beauty with me.

If your moraine mouth,
Was made out of sugar, was made out of sugar,
I would spend my time,
Lovely sky, absorbing it.

If your sweet mouth
were made of sugar,
I would spend my time, heavenly one,
on a sugar high.
From your house to the mine
Lovely sky, there’s no more than a step,
Before your mother comes,
Lovely sky, give me a hug.

Your house is only steps away from mine,
heavenly one.
So before your mother shows up,
give me a hug.
An arrow in the air,
Lovely sky, Cupid has launched it,
An arrow in the air,
Lovely sky, that has struck me.
Cupid shot an arrow
into the air,
heavenly one,
and that arrow struck me.

" or something like that
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Old 05-19-2013, 11:18 PM   #15482
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No problemo drop off wallet

and my new girl frined but dont tell her parenta they dont want me

Bato screwed with this post 05-19-2013 at 11:26 PM
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Old 05-20-2013, 06:14 AM   #15483
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No problemo drop off wallet

and my new girl frined but dont tell her parenta they dont want me
Very nice Bato. The girl also....
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Old 05-20-2013, 09:25 AM   #15484
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If anyone was listening to the RMO radio show on Sunday AM, they caught radio as it should be.
Who needs a satellite when you've got a community?
RMO, that Knopfler/Indigo set was sublime and the Hendrix "mistake" was that which proves the rule that the spontaneity of radio will never be beat by any other media.
Just my thoughts. Not too shabby for having come back from "holidays"!
Any chance you can tell me the name of the band that did the extended instrumental that you intro'd with the remark about it being Sunday and some inspirational music was required?
By the way, did they ever get that 70lb dog into the cage and off to the vet?
Or do I have to tune in next week to find out?

By the way, the irony of the call letters K-O-T-O is remarkable, I have a sneaking suspicion that none of the staffers have ever "Koto"ed to anyone or anything. LOL!

That August concert line up looks really fine, don't miss Rodrigo and Gabriela, unbelievable style and take on nuevo flamenco. Metallica and Led Zep done in flamenco style is not soon forgotten.

Thanks for a fun two hours. They aren't paying you...enough!
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Old 05-20-2013, 09:55 AM   #15485
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Sorry to have missed the RMO show! Was preoccupied with not tossing my breakfast during hot room yoga.

Please tell me there is a show archive we can stream!!

+1 on Rodrigo y Gabriela.
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Old 05-20-2013, 10:00 AM   #15486
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I might add that both Bourdain and Andrew Zimmern say that the food scene around Tijuana and Ensenada is phenomenal. Part of that Ensenada scene is anchored by a park that hosts some of the sets used to shoot the movie Titanic. I cannot think of anything that sounds, on the surface, cheesier than going to an amusement park where a gringo movie was shot near the border but everything that I have heard and read indicates that there is some excellent riding around that part of the US/Mexican border, especially if a person wanted to scout out some of the wineries that are emerging in Northern Baja. Pretty much right along the border.
The Santo Tomas Valley below Ensenada has some incredible roads and wineries. Of course twisty mountain roads and wine tasting prolly don't go together so well.

Anyway, it's an easy scoot from my place east of Los Angeles, across the border at Tecate and down to Ensenada. It kind of reminds me of what the Temecula area looked liked with it's wineries, before the entire valley filled up with houses.

A very pretty ride in it's own right.
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Old 05-20-2013, 10:44 AM   #15487
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... during hot room yoga.

WTF is "hot room yoga"?

If it is, literally, yoga done in a hot room, why don't you just open a window?
If it is a new fangled slang phrase for sex, do it before breakfast.

This kind of stuff is dangerous! It led to the breakup of the Beatles!

It's all a mystery, like those "4 hour erections" the marketing departments worry you about and you haven't had since the senior prom.

It can lead to things like a "tantric oil change", where a job takes 10 times longer to complete than usual, yet results in the same stain and grin of satisfaction.

We are all getting older and it isn't like twisting your body into unnatural and undignified positions will result in you becoming like one of those senior citizens in "Cocoon" or something. Like the Rocky Mountain Oyster proved in Chiapas, it ain't the stylin' ride that will getcha into trouble, it's the dismount!
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Old 05-20-2013, 10:53 AM   #15488
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The yoga class is only 90 minutes so little chance of a 4 hour erection. But a room full of women retaining flatulence for 90 minutes of yoga all because of one male student? That's pretty much guaranteed.
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Old 05-20-2013, 11:39 AM   #15489
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Barcelona.....doorstep to heaven

I'm having an affair with Spain
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Old 05-20-2013, 12:07 PM   #15490
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Montserrat, in the mountains outside of Barcelona

The hike to take this photo almost crushed me today

Think you know the Spanish language?

Get real good at Mexican Spanish then come to Spain

You'll be crushed, like I was today, trying you Mexican Spanish here in Catalunya (Barcelona is the capital of Catalunya, one of the 17 states in Spain)

PS

Bonus: MotoGP

3 tracks in Spain

Jerez

Catalunya

Valencia
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Old 05-20-2013, 01:55 PM   #15491
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Montserrat, in the mountains outside of Barcelona

The hike to take this photo almost crushed me today

Think you know the Spanish language?

Get real good at Mexican Spanish then come to Spain

You'll be crushed, like I was today, trying you Mexican Spanish here in Catalunya (Barcelona is the capital of Catalunya, one of the 17 states in Spain)

PS

Bonus: MotoGP

3 tracks in Spain

Jerez

Catalunya

Valencia
Still a little further south, but Ronda is a must see. Roads to it are incredible as well.





The "New" bridge into town, it was built in 1751. The old bridge is over 700 years old.
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Old 05-20-2013, 02:05 PM   #15492
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Hey Trice, whilst Jota D is doing his bean fueled hot room thing, will you be visiting Toledo?
I've never been there, but it looks fascinating, maybe you can put up some pics if you visit.
As the Gallegos say, "Venga"!
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Old 05-20-2013, 02:06 PM   #15493
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The yoga class is only 90 minutes so little chance of a 4 hour erection. But a room full of women retaining flatulence for 90 minutes of yoga all because of one male student? That's pretty much guaranteed.
When I was practicing Bikram Yoga in 1980 next to Raquel Welch I can guarantee you that she did not hold anything back... including the comment that semen was a very good facial treatment.
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Old 05-20-2013, 02:17 PM   #15494
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KOTO-fm

Thanks Mike Mike. I don't have a regular show now... just subbing... will post here when I am on the sched. again. The recording you asked about was Tabla Beat Science... an incredible "super group" that included Zakir Hussein on tablas... It was great to be back in the studio. I did a regular Monday AM from 6-9 for five years and got a little crispy... live radio requires paying attention but the accidents are not as painful or long lasting. I was going to play a different I Girls tune but when I looked at the jacket and saw the Knopfler cover I had to spin it. Knopfler and those two girls are among my favorite guitar players (the list is not short) Had to hear Hendrix and if I had had time would have played Popa Chubby's incredible Hendrix covers.

Schizz - keep up the yoga... best thing you can do to keep ridin whatever you choose to ride for years to come! preguntala mi chilena. (Yoga teacher and massage therapist)
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Old 05-20-2013, 03:51 PM   #15495
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Still a little further south, but Ronda is a must see. Roads to it are incredible as well.





The "New" bridge into town, it was built in 1751. The old bridge is over 700 years old.
Big +1 on Ronda. Oldest functioning bull ring in Spain. We got a room with a balcony overhanging the chasm and with a view of the new bridge. Touristy during the season but still worthwhile.
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