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Jack's Discussions

Post Turkey?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jack Dec 2, 2009. 7 Replies

Good morning, gentlemen? How was our holiday?I had a good one...spent a lot of time with my wife's family, who are quite a bit of fun, then had my son for a couple of days. He's grown so much in the…Continue

For those not in the Audiophiles group

Started Nov 17, 2009 0 Replies

I do music too...thought I would share my ReverbNation page with you:http://www.reverbnation.com/jackalbersonEnjoy!Continue

Additional income

Started this discussion. Last reply by Captain Nov 25, 2009. 27 Replies

Okay guys, I'm in a real pickle financially and I think it's time to look for either a better-paying job OR a secondary means of income. My only hurdle is the amount of time I have my son as a result…Continue

On Conduct

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jamie Q Nov 11, 2009. 5 Replies

I've seen a bit of heated discussion here lately, and I believe some of it has been acted out in less-than-gentlemanly ways.Is there any chance we can find better ways to communicate on the various…Continue

 

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Jack replied to Jack M.'s discussion If your not a Priest then don't wear black.
"I think any neutral (barring white, as white pants are just strange) is a good choice. They present a strong, clean look, and let's face it...colors go in and out of favor, but black and gray don't ever seem to go out of style. And black…"
Jan 4, 2010
Jack replied to Yankee Cowboy Bob's discussion Gratitude is So Old Fashioned
"I don't know that "old fashioned" is necessarily part of the equation; instead, I feel it's having the good sense to maintain some traditions that fit the profile of masculinity - not limiting oneself entirely to the ways of the…"
Dec 2, 2009
Jack replied to Jack's discussion Post Turkey?
"My wife made cranberry sauce...the real deal...I think I'm jonesing for more!"
Dec 2, 2009
Jack replied to Jack's discussion Post Turkey?
"Sounds kinda like my dad. I can't really understand that kind of thinking. Morgan Freeman totally looks the part of Mandela, though, I must say!"
Dec 2, 2009
Steve Dallas replied to Jack's discussion Post Turkey?
"Nope, because it has Nelson Mandela, and we needed to know how evil Mandela was and that if we didn't care, then we would be taken over, and were the same as Mandela in wanting to be after her brother. He threw a fit when he father asked him…"
Dec 1, 2009
Library_Goon replied to Jack's discussion Post Turkey?
"Wow! And I thought my family was bad, Lee! What did he find so objectionable about 'Invictus?' Isn't that a Clint Eastwood film? I wouldn't call Clint a bleeding heart liberal - if you did, he would probably punch you in the…"
Dec 1, 2009
Steve Dallas replied to Jack's discussion Post Turkey?
"Dinner was amazing, had a good long talk with her mom while we did our best to kill a bottle of Jim Beam Black before the dinner, my Aggies almost looked respectable, my Cowboys found an offense, then "it" happened. A total family melt…"
Dec 1, 2009
Herb Munson replied to Jack's discussion Post Turkey?
"My daughter, Deb, added a big candied ham ... UMM ... UMM ... UMM. The guys watched football, the gals were laughing hysterically in the dining room, the kids were anywhere and everywhere doing anything and everything."
Dec 1, 2009
Library_Goon replied to Jack's discussion Post Turkey?
"Mine was better than expected, Jack. This is the first Thanksgiving without my father (he passed away this past July). We went to my Mom's neighbor/friend's house. We had a good time (considering) - lots of people there. The guys all…"
Dec 1, 2009
Jack posted a discussion

Post Turkey?

Good morning, gentlemen? How was our holiday?I had a good one...spent a lot of time with my wife's family, who are quite a bit of fun, then had my son for a couple of days. He's grown so much in the last few months.See More
Dec 1, 2009
Captain replied to Jack's discussion Additional income
"Banks are hiring tons of people in default servicing: collections, forclosures, etc."
Nov 25, 2009
Jose L. Pena replied to Jack's discussion Additional income
"sell, sell, sell. my wife and i started selling "stuff" on e-bay, it took us a little while to figure it out but we now make some good "side income" monthly. I would also suggest checking for "commission only"…"
Nov 24, 2009
Mike Wert replied to Jack's discussion Additional income
"When you say you work with PC's what exactly do you do? Website designers make bank anymore especially if you can code well. Also, I'd highly advise cutting back your expenses. I saw this on another comment but he mentioned basic cable…"
Nov 24, 2009
Jack left a comment for Joe Valvano
"Happy Birthday!"
Nov 23, 2009
Jack left a comment for Nirav Dave
"Happy Birthday!"
Nov 23, 2009
Jack replied to Mark Beatty's discussion Greetings :-)
"It's never "just another" introduction - it's a chance for us to bring yet another into our humble brotherhood. :) Welcome!"
Nov 23, 2009

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Writing the Solo Record - Day 1

Posted on November 9, 2009 at 11:39am 0 Comments

I've written many songs in my day. Most of them I've put out there in a band, or under a guise - I did an instrumental album under my own name, but that's about it.



So recently, I decided I needed my next artistic statement to be a reinvention of sorts, and with that I chose to use my name.



I got together Saturday with a good musical friend, J.D. Reager (look him up, lads...The Repechage is a fine record) to start on that solo album. No expectations, just basic ideas, a… Continue

Off We Go...

Posted on October 21, 2009 at 1:04pm 2 Comments

I approach this with much trepidation - I have never been able to commit to a blog for very long at a time. I have one for private struggles and self-exploration that is best kept to myself. I was once a music journalist, and often consider a return to the exciting world of reviews and interviews.



Of course, then I stop and remember that I have very little time that I care to devote to it. Maybe one day, right? Wait, maybe this is a blog about procrastination!



So as a… Continue

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At 3:08pm on November 3, 2009, Jeff Young said…
I couldn't find where to send a message to you, so I'll just leave a scribble on your wall here. I saw your CD collection in the swap meet section. Reply to me, and I'll get you my e-mail or messenger names so I can see what you've got.
At 11:52am on October 21, 2009, Wojack said…
Yar....
At 11:11am on October 19, 2009, Michael J. Austin said…
You are so very welcome :)
At 7:44am on October 19, 2009, Michael J. Austin said…
Hello and welcome to the site Jack, I hope you enjoy your time here.
 
 
 

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