Remember that 5-piece all-synthesizer band called Men of Science that played in medical scrubs and monster masks at their one and only show in the late 90's? Man, I wonder what happened to those guys...
I seem to remember a rare look of disgust on the face of the Rhino's taskmaster that evening. LOL.
Brad, Brad, Brad, Brad. Amanda and I watched the cooking contest hosted by you, along with David Coonce and others, several weeks ago. Now that was strange, but entertaining. So, how are you doing? I just left a message on your home telephone (how quaint), but I thought I would drop you a line here as well. Please gibt mir einen kallen zie das. Danke!
Greetings, Brad. I was just looking through old video tapes and I played one I thought was labeled RFNR Promo, which would have been a video ad for a 1987 show, but then it turned out to be RWF Promo. I must say that although the editing could have been a bit tighter, it was extremely amusing. I have a mere 5 feet from me, a set of RWF tapes on a shelf that I plan to some day edit together. It is project #29 of my long-unfinished projects. But that makes it relatively near the top of the list. Just after editing my friend's baby videos (before the baby enters college) and my dancing shoe video.
"I did put all of these tracks on yt at one point, with proper vocals attributions and such. I think I typo'd DHs name on the individual track info. yt uploads
Still in touch w/Rob occasionally.
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