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  • I give "L7" a highly recommended maybe but if you're not into that experimental Hip Hop made by cats that play instruments and occasionally sing then don't even bother with it.

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  • You don't wanna be an "L7" and miss this evening of infectious soul/garage/exotica grooves.

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  • "L7" portfolio of life and annuity business at the end of 2008.

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  • At 15, in thrall to hardcore feminist rockers such as L7, Rae formed an all-female rock group,

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  • "In that price range, the L7 is my best seller in the

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  • This week I'll be reviewing six new projects that leaked or recently hit store shelves in the following order: Decon presents "Fresh Rhymes And Videotape", Count Bass D "L7", 14KT "The Golden Hour", DJ Babu "Duck Season Vol.

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  • Pennock got the story of the big Ute-Sioux fight from a Mr. Wilcox—perhaps the cowboy named Wilcox who worked for the big L7—who heard it from Tom Sun, a very tough local rancher from Vermont by way of Québec where he had been Tom Soleil.19

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  • Pennock got the story of the big Ute-Sioux fight from a Mr. Wilcox—perhaps the cowboy named Wilcox who worked for the big L7—who heard it from Tom Sun, a very tough local rancher from Vermont by way of Québec where he had been Tom Soleil.19

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  • Like L7 says I wear my shades so our eyes don't meet ...

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  • Pennock got the story of the big Ute-Sioux fight from a Mr. Wilcox—perhaps the cowboy named Wilcox who worked for the big L7—who heard it from Tom Sun, a very tough local rancher from Vermont by way of Québec where he had been Tom Soleil.19

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  • "L7 is also a derivative term for square. This derives from a gesture in which the square shape is made by putting together an "L" made with the left thumb and index finger and a "7" made with the right thumb and index finger."

    --Wikipedia's Square (slang) article

    October 27, 2011

  • Oh well, if it's in Wikipedia, then it must be right, of course.

    NOT! NOT! NOT! NOT!

    Wonders what kind of person has thumbs and index fingers of equal length.

    October 27, 2011

  • "experimental Hip Hop made by cats that play instruments and occasionally sing"

    this I would like to hear...

    October 27, 2011

  • “You don't wanna be an "L7" and miss this evening of infectious soul/garage/exotica grooves.”

    October 27, 2011

  • “#Fife #Weather 1:00am Night time, 7.1°C(H7.8/L7.1), Wind SW 6mph, MaxGust 11mph, Baro 1010mb/Rising, Rain 0.0mm, Hum 83%”

    @fifeweather

    I think that settles the issue definiteively. Where would we be without @fifeweather?

    October 28, 2011

  • I trust neither Max Gust nor Max Headroom.

    October 28, 2011

  • Max Headroom was such an interesting show. I loved Theora and Blank Reg and Edison Carter--how they were trying to take on corporations and advertisers (I still think about blipverts). And, yes, I'll admit it: The only junior high fan letter I ever wrote was to the actor who played computer hacker Bryce Lynch.

    I was such a square.

    October 28, 2011