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Becky
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# Posted: 23 Oct 2006 05:06


Hahahah nah, I think Chad's got me beat.


Oh, Kerrrmieeee.
nuggular
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# Posted: 27 Oct 2006 16:22 · Edited by: nuggular


LOL. Dream on Spawn. She's lookin around 14-16. You'll just have to wait a few years. But by then you'll be a decrapid old man.


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MegophryidaeMan
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# Posted: 28 Oct 2006 01:15


LOL I am old....I cannot hold a candle to some of the young people in this forum!


Becky
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# Posted: 28 Oct 2006 23:04


hahah nuggular is right. except I'm on the older end of that spectrum. haha I'm 16.


Oh, Kerrrmieeee.
nuggular
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# Posted: 1 Nov 2006 20:16 · Edited by: nuggular


MegophryidaeMan, when you hold the candle, does it shake? Then your really old.


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MegophryidaeMan
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# Posted: 2 Nov 2006 00:42


Not quite yet...lol I hope that that doesn't happen anytime soon either!


Josh
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# Posted: 2 Nov 2006 15:23


Here's some newer pictures of me.

This one is from the St. Augustine Alligator Farm




Me and E.T. just chillin..




Me with scary blonde hair and my finacee'.



0.1.0 Leopard Geckos
0.0.3 Razorback Musk Turtles
Toadmother
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# Posted: 2 Nov 2006 15:49 · Edited by: Toadmother


Here are a couple pics from a couple weeks ago---recording in Nashville with my band!



Acting like I'm going to eat a hedge apple:






Dakhota
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# Posted: 3 Nov 2006 05:53


Here's some during one of my most recent performances . .

This one is right before my Hula (sexy outfit, I know) . . .



These two are during my bellydance performance (sorry about the poor quality, my girlfriend didn't use the zoom at all). . . .






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2.0.0 Cats - R.I.P Dakhota and Wolfgang
MegophryidaeMan
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# Posted: 3 Nov 2006 07:01


Wow belly dancers and band members all on the same forum. Very cool!!! I will be moving to Nashville in a year to record my first album It's gonna be great. I am having a hard time with going though because I have kept and bred turtles for many years, and understand that you cannot own turtles in Tennessee. Oh, well, I'll figure it out. I sold quite a few of them already, but am having a hard time letting go of my Japanese Pond Turtles. Toadmother, are frogs ok to keep there?


Toadmother
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# Posted: 3 Nov 2006 14:27


Hey fellow musician MegophryidaeMan! The laws about keeping animals are kinda weird in TN----they have a blanket law that says you basically can't even take a friggin river rock out of the state! But, if you already have turtles and aren't planning on letting them go into the wild, I don't think there is any law against that (knock on wood). The same goes for frogs, and salamanders----like, I have a pond here where I live, which is on private property and has been for 20 years. So it is legal for me to take red-spotted newts or newt eggs out of the pond and sell them if I would ever want to, because they are technically captive-born and bred. I found all of this out when the subject came up on the caudata.org forums.

Josh
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# Posted: 3 Nov 2006 16:04


What they don't know won't hurt them anyways MegophryidaeMan. BTW I'm also a musician, I play guitar and do a little singing, mostly a lot of writing.


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Toadmother
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# Posted: 3 Nov 2006 16:40


Awesome!! And I agree with Josh---what they don't know won't hurt em----TN is really backwards in their wildlife sensibilities and awareness, and so they make a blanket law to make it easy for themselves. But someone who actually knows what they're doing and isn't about to release their animal(s) into TN waters/forests should be able to keep their turtles, man.

Toadmother
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# Posted: 3 Nov 2006 16:47


P.S. Josh, I like your song, "Falling Apart"----excellent!

nuggular
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# Posted: 3 Nov 2006 19:15 · Edited by: nuggular


Toadmother, you play violin! Nice. I love the violin. I cant play it yet, but I will soon. I play guitar, bass guitar, piano, and drums.

What kind of music does your band play? Bluegrass? Newgrass?

What do you think of these songs I made. I dont have any nice recording equipment right now, so I have to put up with a crappy mic for now.

This one is me and my sorta band. I jam with them all the time. We just never officially call ourselves a band. I play guitar in this song.
http://www.orionweb.net/JJ&C-Track-5.mp3

This one is just me and my acoustic guitar. It was ment to have some awesome bass line and great solo guitar, but I need better recording equipment.
http://www.orionweb.net/80-Adriana.mp3

I will be getting an 8 track digital recording unit very soon. Then I will be buying a nice mic and making my own CDs with a buddy of mine. Lets hear some of your music toadmother. I am very interested.

Anyother musicians out there, post some of your music.


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Toadmother
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# Posted: 4 Nov 2006 00:34


AWEsome!! Nuggular, in the first song, your guitar riff at exactly when the counter is from 1:58 to 2:06 sounds like Jimi the Hendrix himself. Can't get better than THAT, and your voice in the 2nd song is ---very--- haunting, and right on key----who would have known there were so many musicians here, dang!!?

How do I get one of my songs onto an mp3? Just burn it from the cd?

Toadmother
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# Posted: 4 Nov 2006 01:03 · Edited by: Toadmother


09 - Unknown Artist - CD Audio Track 9.mp3

Uh...I have no idea what I'm doing.....where do I put it online after I have it converted to an mp3?

MegophryidaeMan
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# Posted: 4 Nov 2006 06:30


Wow, very cool music Nugglar! It's kinda cool to see who plays and sings. I grew up singing gospel music and so can belt it out like the best of them, however, I really love to sing indie rock music. Currently I don't have a good recording, but soon enough I will and then I'll put them up. Toadmother, you never did answer what kind of music you play?

As for the turtles, I am glad that it could be possible to get away with keeping them there. I will be living downtown though, so I am wondering if it might be a bit more difficult to hide them in the winter time with the greenhouse light on. Hmmm...could be tricky! Exotic frogs aren't a problem though, eh? So if I brought my darts, toadfrogs, and mycrohylids there shouldn't be a problem? Can you have frogs shipped to you there? I know it's a lot of questions, but once must ask.


Toadmother
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# Posted: 4 Nov 2006 13:42


MegoMan, I used to live in Nashville (on 12th Avenue South, not far from Vanderbilt University), and believe me Nashville cops have a crapload of crimes to deal with, so you won't have to worry about hiding your turtles---here are a couple of pics I took from 2 weeks ago, right across from The Wild Horse Saloon----pretty intense fist fight, 3 of the guys got handcuffed, one got maced, and they all went to jail---all in a typical night on the town:





There shouldn't be a problem with you bringing your little guys with you, or even shipping them---you'll be ok, when are you moving?

We were recording in Tom T. Hall's studio----the band won a bluegrass competition and so we got 30 hours of free recording/mixing time! I also play in 2 symphonies and a quartet. What stuff do you do?

MegophryidaeMan
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# Posted: 4 Nov 2006 15:54


I see, I see, I see...there does seem to be a flury of activity. What are the winters like in Nashville? Just curious.

As far as music goes, I sing folk rock with a bit of a gospel twist! When I get a decent recording I'll put it up for ya all to hear. I love your little smiley symphony by the way!!
Chad


Toadmother
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# Posted: 4 Nov 2006 18:21


Heheh, yeah those guys are really jammin out there. The winters in Nashville are pretty tame (compared to Nebraska, where I'm from, heh!); they get snow but not that much, and it never really gets to much of a below-zero windchill temperature.

Nice----folk rock w/ gospel !! How do you get a recording to play on this site, btw?

nuggular
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# Posted: 6 Nov 2006 15:36 · Edited by: nuggular


Thx toadmother. To get a recording up, you have to upload it somewhere first. Like you do with photos. I have my own server, so I just upload the song and create a link to it on the forum. I used a free mp3 converter to get the song into mp3 format. It was way to huge as a .wav file. I'm sure there is a free file uploading place somewhere on the net.

I love bluegrass Toadmother. Have you heard of "The Waybacks"

if you havent, you are missing out. They are my most favorite new band right now. They put out such great energy. I've seen them in concert once now, and it was the best concert I have ever been too, and it was in a small bar.

A few more great bands of grass:

Cornmeal

Railroad Earth

Chris Thile

Bela Fleck

Strength in Numbers - bela fleck, sam bush, edger myers, and a couple others

Check them all out. Totally worth it.


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Toadmother
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# Posted: 6 Nov 2006 18:39


Ahhhh yes---great stuff!

Hey, see if you can hear me in this link (experimenting with uploading):

http://www.esnips.com/web/hudsonthefrogsBusinessFi les

nuggular
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# Posted: 6 Nov 2006 18:55 · Edited by: nuggular


Close. But .cda files only play off a cd. You need to rip the CD to your computer using Windows Media player. That will convert them to .mp3 format and put them in your "My Music" folder. Then you can upload them just like the last ones.


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Toadmother
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# Posted: 7 Nov 2006 14:37 · Edited by: Toadmother


Testing, testing.....to see if this works---I am trying to download the songs in mp3 format, even got an mp3 producer software, but having glitches still, dangit.

How do you get the mp3 uploaded to a site once it's in "My Music" in Windows Media?

nuggular
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# Posted: 7 Nov 2006 15:04


Whatever site you are using should have a button for choosing what file you want to upload. Its like choosing a picture to upload. Just do the same thing, just with a music file. Make sure you can upload music files to the site you are using.


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Toadmother
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# Posted: 7 Nov 2006 16:01 · Edited by: Toadmother


Ok, I think I did it, thanks Nug---do these play?

http://www.indieonestop.com/jamroom/bands/371/info _1001.php

http://www.indieonestop.com/jamroom/bands/371/info _997.php

Toadmother
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# Posted: 7 Nov 2006 16:11


Here's another one, with singing in it, that we recorded----"High Lonesome" by Tom T. and Dixie Hall:

http://www.indieonestop.com/jamroom/bands/371/info _999.php

Are they coming up all right?

Toadmother
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# Posted: 7 Nov 2006 16:18


And another one, "Rage On":

http://www.indieonestop.com/jamroom/bands/371/info _1000.php

nuggular
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# Posted: 7 Nov 2006 17:47


I heard them all. Very good Toadmother!!! Do you play fiddle on all of the songs? You guys sound really good. Who is the singer of High Lonesome and Rage on. She has a beautiful voice!


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