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Re: TAR16 - EP4: "We Are No Longer in the Bible Belt" (Germany)
« Reply #275 on: March 09, 2010, 10:59:52 AM »
I don't know why I notice these things but I do...

I think the reason we don't see more Beatles stuff is due to the royalties and creative and copyright fees tptb would have to pay.
It was at least in their minds - as we can see from the failed attempt to hide the Beatles logo on the faux Beatles drum and that they weren't actually playing a Beatles tune

When Mike and Louie check in you can see the Beatles logo, but when Phil is doing his standups its not there. Magic!
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Re: TAR16 - EP4: "We Are No Longer in the Bible Belt" (Germany)
« Reply #276 on: March 09, 2010, 01:05:27 PM »
I don't know why I notice these things but I do...

I think the reason we don't see more Beatles stuff is due to the royalties and creative and copyright fees tptb would have to pay.
It was at least in their minds - as we can see from the failed attempt to hide the Beatles logo on the faux Beatles drum and that they weren't actually playing a Beatles tune

When Mike and Louie check in you can see the Beatles logo, but when Phil is doing his standups its not there. Magic!


WOW... not THAT'S observation!!!
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Re: TAR16 - EP4: "We Are No Longer in the Bible Belt" (Germany)
« Reply #277 on: March 09, 2010, 03:43:07 PM »
What I was really looking for was what time Mike and Louie checked into the pitstop.
The only racer who is wearing a usable watch this season is Cord. Looks like our loveable cowboys finished drinking their beer around 10:20, which seems a little early, no?
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Re: TAR16 - EP4: "We Are No Longer in the Bible Belt" (Germany)
« Reply #278 on: March 09, 2010, 04:27:30 PM »
Ok ... I was watching the show again .. and if you see when Jet and Cord are checking in at the mat ... there is a round clock .. it is black. Of course I can not zoom in .. someone that knows how might what to look at that.

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Re: TAR16 - EP4: "We Are No Longer in the Bible Belt" (Germany)
« Reply #279 on: March 10, 2010, 07:42:05 AM »
Ok ... I was watching the show again .. and if you see when Jet and Cord are checking in at the mat ... there is a round clock .. it is black. Of course I can not zoom in .. someone that knows how might what to look at that.
:waves: The "black clock" on the wall is what us old fellers call a "record album". It is made of vinyl. Before the interweb tubes and CDs and even 8 track tapes they were used to distribute music. You put the album on a turntable, the turntable spun at 33.333 revolutions per second :ascared minute, then you gently put a needle in the groove. Music and dancing ensued.  :colors
They were very popular around the same time as the Beatles. As was I.
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Re: TAR16 - EP4: "We Are No Longer in the Bible Belt" (Germany)
« Reply #280 on: March 10, 2010, 05:11:04 PM »
Ok ... I was watching the show again .. and if you see when Jet and Cord are checking in at the mat ... there is a round clock .. it is black. Of course I can not zoom in .. someone that knows how might what to look at that.
:waves: The "black clock" on the wall is what us old fellers call a "record album". It is made of vinyl. Before the interweb tubes and CDs and even 8 track tapes they were used to distribute music. You put the album on a turntable, the turntable spun at 33.333 revolutions per second :ascared minute, then you gently put a needle in the groove. Music and dancing ensued.  :colors
They were very popular around the same time as the Beatles. As was I.

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Re: TAR16 - EP4: "We Are No Longer in the Bible Belt" (Germany)
« Reply #281 on: March 10, 2010, 05:32:12 PM »
It's kind of weird to have all the Beatles related messages on this page and banner ads for The Who's Greatest Hits.  :snicker:

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Re: TAR16 - EP4: "We Are No Longer in the Bible Belt" (Germany)
« Reply #282 on: March 10, 2010, 06:54:55 PM »
:waves: The "black clock" on the wall is what us old fellers call a "record album". It is made of vinyl. Before the interweb tubes and CDs and even 8 track tapes they were used to distribute music. You put the album on a turntable, the turntable spun at 33.333 revolutions per second :ascared minute, then you gently put a needle in the groove. Music and dancing ensued.  :colors
They were very popular around the same time as the Beatles. As was I.

So what time did it show?

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Re: TAR16 - EP4: "We Are No Longer in the Bible Belt" (Germany)
« Reply #283 on: March 10, 2010, 10:50:28 PM »
:waves: The "black clock" on the wall is what us old fellers call a "record album". It is made of vinyl. Before the interweb tubes and CDs and even 8 track tapes they were used to distribute music. You put the album on a turntable, the turntable spun at 33.333 revolutions per second :ascared minute, then you gently put a needle in the groove. Music and dancing ensued.  :colors
They were very popular around the same time as the Beatles. As was I.

So what time did it show?

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Re: TAR16 - EP4: "We Are No Longer in the Bible Belt" (Germany)
« Reply #284 on: March 11, 2010, 12:40:29 AM »
:waves: The "black clock" on the wall is what us old fellers call a "record album". It is made of vinyl. Before the interweb tubes and CDs and even 8 track tapes they were used to distribute music. You put the album on a turntable, the turntable spun at 33.333 revolutions per second :ascared minute, then you gently put a needle in the groove. Music and dancing ensued.  :colors
They were very popular around the same time as the Beatles. As was I.

So what time did it show?

Was that meant to be a joke or are you serious? :funny:


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Re: TAR16 - EP4: "We Are No Longer in the Bible Belt" (Germany)
« Reply #285 on: March 11, 2010, 05:54:55 AM »
:waves: The "black clock" on the wall is what us old fellers call a "record album". It is made of vinyl. Before the interweb tubes and CDs and even 8 track tapes they were used to distribute music. You put the album on a turntable, the turntable spun at 33.333 revolutions per second :ascared minute, then you gently put a needle in the groove. Music and dancing ensued.  :colors
They were very popular around the same time as the Beatles. As was I.

So what time did it show?

Was that meant to be a joke or are you serious? :funny:

Joking

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Re: TAR16 - EP4: "We Are No Longer in the Bible Belt" (Germany)
« Reply #286 on: March 11, 2010, 08:48:22 AM »
:waves: The "black clock" on the wall is what us old fellers call a "record album". It is made of vinyl. Before the interweb tubes and CDs and even 8 track tapes they were used to distribute music. You put the album on a turntable, the turntable spun at 33.333 revolutions per second :ascared minute, then you gently put a needle in the groove. Music and dancing ensued.  :colors
They were very popular around the same time as the Beatles. As was I.

So what time did it show?
It said "Any Time At All!".  :lol3:
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