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FatLarryandhiscar wrote:

I have Wring That Neck from this,
the quality is fair.
I can't burn the thing though but I'll find a way,
I have to change the format of the file.



We do have Living Wreck and Mandrake Root, and it is the complete tv broadcast, unless they cut it in the beginning, but not the entire show.
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I once read somewhere on the old board's a guy saying
he has the whole show.


I doubt that.
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This is only one guy though and it could be that
he just think's he has the whole thing.


Probably
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What I would like to know from you MrSnip is,
are you aware of any film from that time that exist's to your knowlege?
Isn't there a Paris gig from 1970?


Not complete.


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Thank you sir,Living wreck and Mandrake Root must be nice.
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Thank you sir,Living wreck and Mandrake Root must be nice.



indeed they are.

BTW, no need to sir me.

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Just an expreesion nothing more. emoticon
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Just an expreesion nothing more. emoticon



Quite right it's an expression. It always reminds me of "An Officer and A Gentleman", where the drill sergeant said: "Don't sir me, I'm not an officer, I work for a living" or at least something like that.

Again it also reminds me of the inspections of USCG, when we hit American territorial waters, they said sir to you, though they sometimes treated you like !@#$.

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 emoticon You're quite right about that ability to use the term "sir' to someone because it's protocol while at the same time giving it an inflection that makes it come across as "scumbag". I found it quite useful while in the Marines, where you're taught to respect the rank and not necessarily the bag of !@#$ wearing it on their sleeve/collar. emoticon
By the way, none of this is to interpreted as me thinking of you in those derogatory ways I just used as examples - I'm just agreeing with you and trying to explain that it's an ability most American service personnel develop. I mean after all, it's not the wisest course to address a superior officer as a "scumbag piece of !@#$" unless you have an insatiable need to spend some less than quality time in the brig!

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Sorry guy's but it does show respect in however the person addressing someone as "sir" mean's it.

In my case I was using it humorously,as in someone like Ed McMahan (tv personality in the states) uses it,
like "you are correct sir".(in deep sarcastic voice)
This is how I used it as an expression to Michael,though I can see why it can easily be misunderstood.

I'm also called "sir" in my line of work because of my rank as a manager.
(and I respectfuly use the term to my higher up's)

No matter how much my employees dislike me they still call me sir out of respect for my position as opposed to their's.
Im quite sure non of them would do it on the street and that just show's their lack of respect for their fellow man
(or their lack of it).
Confusing?

In true life as opposed to the movies,
both an officer and a gentleman are entitled to use the term "sir" for what ever purpose they wish and this can
easily sum up their integrity one way or another.

You are both correct "sirs" to me cause I respect both of you in these forum's for one reason ar another,
even though we don't always see eye to eye.
"copy fellas"?

Btw I have alway's usually respect my elder's in general, enough to call them "sir" and I believe both of you have atleast a few years on me,correct me if Im wrong. emoticon
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