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  • basketaetc1 basketaetc1 Dec 5, 2012 11:46 AM Flag

    Yahoo! " end of year" party.

     

    Just saw a Video on Eric Jackson's twitter a/c showing the "play" party at Yahoo!

    Uh, as impressed as I am that "Louise" can sing. Woo hoo. WTH. First of all this had better also be the "Christimas" party that caused the big ruckus when announced a few weeks back I believe it was $3 million price tag which of course Yahoo! denied...no, no no way is it $ 3 million.

    Uh they had TRAIN yes TRAIN. That cost a pretty penny. Okay free food, free phones, I joked about free port-a potties under their chairs. But, lets not make this a GD free for all. Shareholder money peeps. I want to know what they paid for TRAIN & more importantly I want to know why I was not invited!!!

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    • Hi Basket - Glad you like the "Chocolate Drops." There's another "Train" I saw live in Grand Rapids back in October. Wayne "The Train" Hancock - great under-recognized Texas singer/songwriter with a very fine small band - no drummer - but you are still tapping your toes. He would be great for a party too. Texas Swing and Rockabilly with Country Blues done to perfection. Hard to find better music in the USA than in Austin and New Orleans. Heading South soon!

      MB - really Linkin Park? I would have figured you like one of those Filipino lounge bands prevalent in Bangkok, Singapore, Hong Kong, et. al. Usually have a good-looking semi-dressed Filipina singing that I take a liking to. M Mayer might feel threatened.

      Sentiment: Hold

 
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