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@ GRHC « Sat 12:07:36 pm »
~Z~ wrote: i watched Sevendust from a tree just to the side of the stage last night :). I channeled my inner JT.
You are just like Zacchaeus when he watched Jesus from a tree.
@ ~Z~ « Sat 12:05:40 pm »
i watched Sevendust from a tree just to the side of the stage last night :). I channeled my inner JT.
@ AARR « Sat 11:46:30 am »
Section 333, Club Level, Row C. We were very satisfied!
SD80MAC wrote: Section 338, Row A. It was awesome, first row of the top level, no one in front of us!
@ ConrailDetr​oit « Sat 11:28:40 am »
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@ SD80MAC « Sat 10:54:36 am »
Section 338, Row A. It was awesome, first row of the top level, no one in front of us!
@ AARR « Sat 10:28:37 am »
It was nice to see you younger people enjoying the show too :-) . Where were your seats?
SD80MAC wrote:Mrs. 80MAC and I were there as well, AARR. Great show
@ sparrow24 « Sat 10:21:11 am »
David Collins wrote: Got an update from Jochs posted to his facebook :)
I'm guessing by the tone of this, the post on Facebook was of a positive nature.
@ SD80MAC « Sat 9:26:02 am »
AARR wrote: All three bands had us old people rocking so it was a great time!
Mrs. 80MAC and I were there as well, AARR. Great show
@ AARR « Sat 7:42:23 am »
#3 C III CMGN
@ David Collins « Sat 4:49:17 am »
Got an update from Jochs posted to his facebook :)
@ Talk « Sat 3:01:25 am »
i always finish second
@ Talk « Sat 3:01:16 am »
ha
@ Talk « Sat 3:01:14 am »
#2
@ David Collins « Sat 2:24:18 am »
#1 A I ACWR
@ Jetlink « Sat 12:17:31 am »
Live from Buffalo New York...
@ AARR « Fri 7:15:32 pm »
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@ GRHC « Fri 6:49:58 pm »
One of the things about Def Leppard that caught everybody’s attention when they first came out was that they were all under the age of 20 I do believe. Now they’re probably grandparents. lol
@ AARR « Fri 6:15:51 pm »
This might sound silly but one of the things I liked is each group started ON TIME. The Roadies worked quickly to tear down and set up the stages. Us old people appreciate punctuality. :-)
@ AARR « Fri 6:12:47 pm »
All three bands had us old people rocking so it was a great time!
@ AARR « Fri 6:11:58 pm »
I’ll have to checks out the songs on High ’n’ Dry.
GRHC wrote:I disagree High ‘n’ Dry and On Through The Night are their best.Glad you had a good time at the show last night AARR and I hope you had a good time after the show as well if you know what I mean. 😉
@ GRHC « Fri 5:58:05 pm »
AARR wrote: IMHO Pyromania and Hysteria are DL best overall work.
J T wrote:
AARR wrote: It’s funny that I didn’t appreciate Def Leppards music until I was in my 50’s and it was relabeled soft rock :-)
That’s crazy to me. I was that kid with a walkman riding his bike with the Pyromania cassette on repeat when it first came out.
I disagree High ‘n’ Dry and On Through The Night are their best.
Glad you had a good time at the show last night AARR and I hope you had a good time after the show as well if you know what I mean. 😉
@ AARR « Fri 5:41:30 pm »
IMHO Pyromania and Hysteria are DL best overall work.
J T wrote:
AARR wrote: It’s funny that I didn’t appreciate Def Leppards music until I was in my 50’s and it was relabeled soft rock :-)
That’s crazy to me. I was that kid with a walkman riding his bike with the Pyromania cassette on repeat when it first came out.
@ AARR « Fri 5:40:40 pm »
The couple in front of us at Def Leppard will be here
~Z~ wrote: Sevendust and Godsmack tonight at Belknap Park in GR. Looking forward to tonight.
@ David Collins « Fri 2:58:07 pm »
Do you guys use crowdstrike ~Z~?
@ GRHC « Fri 2:25:09 pm »
~Z~ wrote: Sevendust and Godsmack tonight at Belknap Park in GR. Looking forward to tonight.
That should be a good show.
@ ~Z~ « Fri 1:50:19 pm »
Sevendust and Godsmack tonight at Belknap Park in GR. Looking forward to tonight.
@ J T « Fri 12:32:38 pm »
AARR wrote: It’s funny that I didn’t appreciate Def Leppards music until I was in my 50’s and it was relabeled soft rock :-)
That’s crazy to me. I was that kid with a walkman riding his bike with the Pyromania cassette on repeat when it first came out.
@ AARR « Fri 10:01:06 am »
Mrs AARR, who likes her music loud, thought it was loud. 🙂
@ AARR « Fri 9:59:23 am »
Oh yea, it was loud.
DaveO wrote: what, what did you say? can you speak up? 🙉
@ ~Z~ « Fri 9:43:49 am »
cloudstrike stock price down 12% so far today
@ ~Z~ « Fri 9:42:22 am »
definitely not enough testing on a pilot group, that’s for sure.
@ ~Z~ « Fri 9:42:01 am »
i figured Wolf Van Halen might interest SD80Mac
@ DaveO « Fri 9:30:08 am »
so the software to prevent baddies from taking down online apps has taken down the online apps. testing? we don’t need to do testing.
@ DaveO « Fri 8:21:06 am »
what, what did you say? can you speak up? 🙉
@ AARR « Fri 7:47:45 am »
Def Leppard can still rock. The vocals are different but their overall energy is dynamic!
@ AARR « Fri 7:46:43 am »
#2 B II BCKE
@ Jetlink « Fri 2:11:39 am »
Live from Tampa, Florida....
@ Jeff L « Fri 12:03:55 am »
#1
@ SD80MAC « Thu 11:51:23 pm »
Wolf Van Halen is coming? Hmmm
@ ~Z~ « Thu 10:24:51 pm »
i’m considering creed/3 doors down/Mammoth WVH too, playing in GR in November.
@ GP30M4216 « Thu 9:38:19 pm »
@ Chip « Thu 9:05:08 pm »
Which the latter will be the first time I go to Little Caesar’s Arena
@ Chip « Thu 9:04:51 pm »
Next concert for me is Faun in October, then Creed/ 3 Doors Down in November.
@ AARR « Thu 8:59:36 pm »
Now for Def Leppard
@ AARR « Thu 8:59:14 pm »
Steve Miller still can perform and Journey was electric.
@ AARR « Thu 8:58:06 pm »
If I knew music lingo like Chip and Z I’d post about this concert in Chip’s Music Musings
@ GRHC « Thu 6:59:23 pm »
AARR wrote: GRHC, I wish you were here.
Me too!
@ AARR « Thu 6:49:13 pm »
GRHC, I wish you were here.
@ AARR « Thu 6:18:58 pm »
Live from Comerica Park, The Steve Miller Band!
@ GRHC « Thu 5:24:48 pm »
AARR wrote: Mrs AARR and I will be at the Def Leppard concert tonight. We have nose-bleed seats but we’re ok with that. Journey and the Steve Miller Band are there too. It should be a great night!
Steve Miller would be a good show. I’ve seen him once I saw Def Leppard in 83. They were good back then I don’t know about now and journey I do not care for. Have fun at the show hope your date puts out. lol
@ Jetlink « Thu 3:40:51 pm »
~Z~ wrote: This is all true AARR.Jetlink - less than an hour of riding doesn’t sound as good as more than an hour though. Happy with the speed then I take it?
truth. It is 17.5 ish miles to the tracks in Sunfield along the slightly longer than normal route i usually take to avoid the state highway routes. I consider it an excellent performance and workout if i can make it along those 17.5 miles in less than 60 minutes. Includes 2 miles of dirt road travel but is otherwise mostly flat. Inevitably will encounter headwinds on some of the legs as well.
@ Jetlink « Thu 3:36:03 pm »
Now at work
@ Jetlink « Thu 3:35:57 pm »
12.04mi Hybrid Cycling 12.04 Distance ( mi ) 15.54 Avg Speed ( mph ) 46:29 Duration 606 Calories ( kcal ) 222.4 Elevation Gain (ft) https://www.mapmyride.com/workout/8055685063
@ Jetlink « Thu 3:35:52 pm »
Bikey complete this morning.
@ AARR « Thu 3:17:50 pm »
It’s funny that I didn’t appreciate Def Leppards music until I was in my 50’s and it was relabeled soft rock :-)
@ AARR « Thu 3:16:22 pm »
Mrs AARR and I will be at the Def Leppard concert tonight. We have nose-bleed seats but we’re ok with that. Journey and the Steve Miller Band are there too. It should be a great night!
@ ~Z~ « Thu 8:41:43 am »
This is all true AARR.
Jetlink - less than an hour of riding doesn't sound as good as more than an hour though. Happy with the speed then I take it?
@ AARR « Thu 6:14:26 am »
And when the bike is in good running condition :)
~Z~ wrote:Far easier to ride without 25 lbs of camping equipment on the bike :)
@ AARR « Thu 6:13:41 am »
#2 B II BCN

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