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Topic: OT: pink martini (5 msgs / 533 lines)
1) From: gin
Pink Martini are great.
found them while browsing a barnes and noble magazine section several years ago.
great stuff.
I hear they may be coming to scottsdale?? wow that would be cool.
ginny
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2) From: Stephen Carey
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I am going at the end of February here in DC at the Kennedy Center 
with the National Symphony, should be great.  But can they roast coffee???
Stephen
At 06:08 PM 11/4/2007, you wrote:
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I am going at the end of February here in DC at the Kennedy
Center with the National Symphony, should be great.  But can they
roast coffee???
Stephen
At 06:08 PM 11/4/2007, you wrote:
Pink Martini are great.
found them while browsing a barnes and noble magazine section several
years ago.
great stuff.
I hear they may be coming to scottsdale?? wow that would be
cool.
ginny
---- Lynne <lynnebiz> wrote: 
> Dennis -
> 
> I just recently discovered them - first song I heard was from their
"Amado
> Mio" Youtube video dubbing of the 1946 Rita Hayworth, Glenn
Ford classic,
> "Gilda." Sweet music!
> 
> For anyone who hasn't heard them, just do a search on Youtube for
this.
> 
> I love their music - incredibly diverse  -
> 
>
http://www.pinkmartini.com/> 
> Now I am jealous, too! Hey, that 80 yr is one smart cookie..
> 
> Lynne
> 
> 
> On 11/4/07, True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69)
<TrueDW> wrote:
> >
> >  I am so jelious!!!!!
> > you know when I was at the Airport in Portland leaving to come
back
> > home, I met this girl who's mom is China Forbes' best
friend...
> >
> > Pink Martini for everyone that dosen't know about them is a
very diverse
> > group that so far has 7 different langues on one album...
> > I learned about them from one of my angels at Willamette View
to think
> > learning about new music from an 80 year young former sailor
from WWII
> >
> > ya gotta love it!
> >
> > everyone needs to at least give them a try GREAT music!!!!
> >
> > Dennis
> >
> > 

3) From: Jerry Procopio
I was in the package store on the navy base a few weeks ago and noticed 
some "pink" gin.  Made in France of course.  And from grapes.
I think not.
I'll stick to Tanqueray.
Jerry
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4) From: Steve
Eating at the Kennedy Center is a rip off.  Take a pass and go to
Belga.  Decent coffee, too!  For really fresh coffee, Murky is hard to
beat.
On Nov 4, 8:58 pm, Stephen Carey  wrote:
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5) From: Stephen Carey
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Trust me, as a member I only made that mistake once, never 
again.  The show should be good, though, which is what I am counting on.
Stephen
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Trust me, as a member I only made that mistake once, never
again.  The show should be good, though, which is what I am counting
on.
Stephen
At 08:11 PM 11/5/2007, you wrote:
Eating at the Kennedy Center is
a rip off.  Take a pass and go to
Belga.  Decent coffee, too!  For really fresh coffee, Murky is
hard to
beat.
On Nov 4, 8:58 pm, Stephen Carey <st...>
wrote:
> I am going at the end of February here in DC at the Kennedy
Center
> with the National Symphony, should be great.  But can they
roast coffee???
>
> Stephen
>
> At 06:08 PM 11/4/2007, you wrote:
>
> >Pink Martini are great.
>
> >found them while browsing a barnes and noble magazine
section
> >several years ago.
>
> >great stuff.
>
> >I hear they may be coming to scottsdale?? wow that would be
cool.
>
> >ginny
>
> >---- Lynne <lynne...> wrote:
> > > Dennis -
>
> > > I just recently discovered them - first song I heard was
from their "Amado
> > > Mio" Youtube video dubbing of the 1946 Rita Hayworth,
Glenn Ford classic,
> > > "Gilda." Sweet music!
>
> > > For anyone who hasn't heard them, just do a search on
Youtube for this.
>
> > > I love their music - incredibly diverse  -
>
> >
>http://www.pinkmartini.com/>
> > > Now I am jealous, too! Hey, that 80 yr is one smart
cookie..
>
> > > Lynne
>
> > > On 11/4/07, True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69)
<Tru...> wrote:
>
> > > >  I am so jelious!!!!!
> > > > you know when I was at the Airport in Portland
leaving to come back
> > > > home, I met this girl who's mom is China Forbes' best
friend...
>
> > > > Pink Martini for everyone that dosen't know about
them is a very diverse
> > > > group that so far has 7 different langues on one
album...
> > > > I learned about them from one of my angels at
Willamette View to think
> > > > learning about new music from an 80 year young former
sailor from WWII
>
> > > > ya gotta love it!
>
> > > > everyone needs to at least give them a try GREAT
music!!!!
>
> > > > Dennis
>
> > > > 


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