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    What lifts your spirits in the marnin?

    Mine? Well, just the knowledge that Mr. Garritan is out there laying the ground work for new and innovative musical virtual uninhibited one of a kind small pizza with the schighst pile dis high and some, and the possible release soon there of is all I need. (well, maybe a few miwllion dallas too. And you know why it's all I need? Well, I'll tell you why ... Because, I lifted enough spirits last night and I have a heck of a headache this marnin. So there ... then ... hmm ...

    So, WATT lifts your spirits in the marning? Anything but that! Now keep it clean dang it all! This is a family show.

    Now back to our regular broadcast. The Howard Stern show staring Conan O’Brien as wimpy the chimp and Jay Leno as Howard Stern's altered eggo. Mark Handlebars is on after implantation for larger earlobes.
    News at eleven.

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    Re: What lifts your spirits in the marnin?

    What lifts my spirits in the morning?

    Knowing that I have another fresh start and haven't yet screwed anything up!

    Also, I have another day to accomplish a great piece of music using GPO.

    RichR

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    Re: What lifts your spirits in the marnin?

    Coffee. Lots of coffee. Oh, and thoughts of jammin' with JABB.

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    Re: What lifts your spirits in the marnin?

    Quote Originally Posted by RichR
    What lifts my spirits in the morning?

    Knowing that I have another fresh start and haven't yet screwed anything up!

    Also, I have another day to accomplish a great piece of music using GPO.

    RichR
    Ha! Wish I could say the same. (About accomplishing a great piece with GPO that is.) You are going to post, yes? No? Maybe? Not? Yes?
    Styxx

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    Re: What lifts your spirits in the marnin?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Lindsley
    Coffee. Lots of coffee. Oh, and thoughts of jammin' with JABB.
    I'm saving a day off for just the possibility of jammin' with JABB.
    Styxx

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    Re: What lifts your spirits in the marnin?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Lindsley
    Coffee. Lots of coffee. Oh, and thoughts of jammin' with JABB.
    Ditto. And thoughts of getting started on my next album. And thoughts of the blonde across the street, coming out to water her flowers in a little skimpy bathing suit...
    Dasher
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    Re: What lifts your spirits in the marnin?

    My alarm clock! If I don't get up and turn it off, I can't get back to sleep . . .
    Sean Patrick Hannifin
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    Re: What lifts your spirits in the marnin?

    Driving to work @ 5:30AM, with the BBC blaring on my NPR station. That gets me goin in the morn.

    Stevemitchell

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    Re: What lifts your spirits in the marnin?

    A big mug of chai tea with plenty of sugar and milk I'm addicted to the stuff, seriously.

    Well, that, and working on some music. Always a good habit to get into for mornings. I find that's when I'm the most productive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobalt Katze
    A big mug of chai tea with plenty of sugar and milk I'm addicted to the stuff, seriously.

    Well, that, and working on some music. Always a good habit to get into for mornings. I find that's when I'm the most productive.
    Hey, I don't think I've ever had the pleasure of welcoming you to the forum! Welcome and happy to have you here with your big mug of chai tea, plenty of sugar and milk. I'm also addicted to tea. Green tea with just the right amount of honey hot or cold (mostly cold). Can't get enough of the stuff!
    Nice to have you aboard.
    Styxx

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