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Looking for a definitive list of Tom Waits's spoken word tracks

I'm looking for a definitive list of Tom Waits's spoken word tracks. I realise that sometimes Wait's vocal style stretches the verb that is "sing" but I'm after things that are obviously spoken word, for example Army Ants; Children's Story; What's He Building In There and Circus. The One That Got Away has a tiny bit of singing in it, but probably passes muster for what I'm after. Thanks.
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Who will be the first 50 and eventual inductees in the NASCAR Hall of Fame?

In 5 years from now in my opinion, the first 25 nominated in 2009 will all be in, which included the first 5 members: Dale Earnhardt, Bill France Jr & Sr, Junior Johnson, & Richard Petty; and the remaining 20: Bobby Allison, Buck Baker, Red Byron, Richard Childress, Richie Evans, Tim Flock, Rick Hendrick, Ned Jarrett, Bud Moore, Raymond Parks, Benny Parsons, David Pearson, Lee Petty, Fireball Roberts, Herb Thomas, Curtis Turner, Darrell Waltrip, Joe Weatherly, Glen Wood, & Cale Yarborough. I believe the next 25 should be Davey Allison, Buddy Baker, Neil Bonnett, Harold Brasington, Chris Economacki, Bill Elliott, Jeff Gordon, Ray Hendrick, Dale Inman, Bobby Isaac, Dale Jarrett, Alan Kulwicki, Terry Labonte, Fred Lorenzen, Tiny Lund, Mark Martin, Banjo Matthews, Cotton Owens, Tim Richmond, Ralph Seagraves, Tony Stewart, Rusty Wallace, Rex White, Leonard Wood, & Smokey Yunick Others who deserve nominated eventually include Donnie Allison, Sam Ard, Geoff Bodine, Kurt Busch, Jerry Cook,
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What artists do you have on your ipod?

I have a wide variety with my musical taste I like classic rock, heavy metal, folk music, blues, jazz, classical, southern rock, country, traditional music, grunge, alternative rock, celtic, world music, and ambient/post rock. The artists I have on my ipod are: 1. AC/DC 2. Aerosmith 3. Al Di Meola 4. Alabama 5. Alan Jackson 6. Alan Stivell 7. Alice Cooper 8. Alice in Chains 9. The Allman Brothers Band 10. Alter Bridge 11. America 12. The Animals 13. Audioslave 14. Bach 15. Bad Company 16. BB King 17. The Beach Boys 18. The Beatles 19. Bee Gees 20. Beethoven 21. Billy Joel 22. The Black Angels 23. Black Sabbath 24. Blink 182 25. Blue Oyster Cult 26. Bob Dylan 27. Bob Seger 28. Boston 29. BTO 30. Buddy Guy 31. Buffalo Springfield 32. The Byrds 33. The Cars 34. Cheap Trick 35. Chicago 36. Chickenfoot 37. Chuck Berry 38. Cream 39. Creedence Clearwater Revival 40. David Allan Coe 41. David Bowie 42. Deep Purple 43. Def Leppard 44. Derek and the Dominos 45. Derek Warfield 46. Dio 47. Dire
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Would you want to read this? ?

I'm in the process of writing a story, and I wanted to get some feedback on it! =) It wouldn't be enough to just give you all the first page, so here's a summary (even though it's kinda long to call a summary, haha. Oh, and the events are much more spread out and detailed in the actual story) I know it looks long, but please read it all! The story starts off with Anna Clark (full name Annalise; main character; story told from her point of view) on a bus back to her old town, a small community of farms, a farm supply shop, a grocery; the kind of place where everyone knows everybody. She's staying with her grandparents, grumpy old Lydia and clueless but warmhearted Gramps. Previously living in the city a year ago, she is forced to move back after her parents were murdered by a man with a gun. (don't back out yet, the story isn't all depressing!) Upon arriving in the town, she takes a short tour to see if anything has changed. Amazingly, someone has built a large mansion in the
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I dream of Jeanie?

Dave was sitting in a pub and pulls out a tiny piano and a little guy about a foot tall. The little guy sits down and starts playing the piano quite well. The guy on the next stool, Tom says "Hey that's amazing, where did you get him? Dave says " Well I got this magic lamp with a genie inside and he granted me one wish. "Great", says Tom, "could I use it" Dave agrees and gives him the lamp. Tom rubs it and the genie pops out offering him anything he wants. He says "I want a million bucks" Suddenly the room is filled with quacking ducks. "Hey" says Tom "I asked for a million BUCKS not DUCKS. Dave explains "Yeah, he's a bit deaf, isn't he? You don't think I asked for a 12 inch pianist"
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I'm stuck at the mid-point of my Chapter Three. Opinions of it, please. :)?

Chapter Three: Penumbra Anna 1st Period AP English III 2nd Period AP Pre-calculus 3rd Period AP Physics 4th Period Aquatic Biology Lunch B 5th Period French III 6th Period Leadership 7th Period AP European History Relief conquered anxiety. I’d been worried I wouldn’t get all the classes I’d asked for in my transcript. Taking five Advanced Placement classes was a lot of work, too much for most people, but I knew that I could do it. The classes weren’t necessarily hard but the colossal workload attached to them was extremely tedious and time consuming. Fear overshadowed relief; eclipsing anxiety. A new school, a new life, a new home. The three glorious gifts I’d been given by moving down south to Killeen. It was with my concession that it was done, Mom didn’t even have to drag me from the lushes’ comforts of Austin to come to the mundaness that was and would always be Killeen. I turned the yellow sheet of my schedule over for the crude ove
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Glastonbury Festival 2007 full lineup?

Pyramid Stage Friday 22nd June 2007 Arctic Monkeys Kasabian The Fratellis Bloc Party The Magic Numbers Amy Winehouse Gogol Bordello The Earlies Adjágas Saturday 23rd June The Killers The Kooks Paul Weller Paolo Nutini Lily Allen Dirty Pretty Things Guillemots The Pipettes Seasick Steve Liz Green Sunday 24th June The Who Kaiser Chiefs Manic Street Preachers Dame Shirley Bassey James Morrison Marley Brothers Present The 30th Anniversary Of Exodus The Waterboys Corb Lund National Youth Orchestra Other Stage Friday 22nd Jun 2007 Bjork Arcade Fire Rufus Wainwright The Coral Super Furry Animals Bright Eyes The Automatic Modest Mouse The Cribs Reverend And The Makers Mr Hudson And The Library Saturday 23rd June Iggy And The Stooges Editors Maximo Park Babyshambles Klaxons CSS Biffy Clyro The Long Blondes Brakes El Presidente The Switches Sunday 24th June The Chemical Brothers The View The Go! Team Mika The Rakes Get Cape Wear Cape Fly Coldwar Kids S
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Recommend some cartoons for me?

Greetings everyone in Yahoo Answers Land! I have a decently sized collection of cartoon dvds that I watch very frequently. I'm not running out quite yet, but I am always looking to expand. I am hoping to suckle off of your knowledge for some new cartoons to look into. Values: - ~11 minute story arcs (60-90 minutes for feature length) - Self-contained stories - Quality/unique/humorous animation - Comedy - Occasionally, pure nostalgia Anti-Values: - Action based cartoons - Morality preaching - Corporate driven cartoons - Stories that last longer than an episode - Almost anything from the 1980s This picture is my collection as of now. http://postimage.org/image/si75mjwpz/full/ (Left to right): Cartoon Classics, Looney Tunes, Walt Disney's Pinnochio, Tom and Jerry, Droopy, Walt Disney's Alice in Wonderland, Walt Disney's Peter Pan, Dr. Seuss Classics, Fritz the Cat, The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Walt Disney's The Little Mermaid, Tiny Toon Adventures, Ru
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How many non-Japanese cartoons have you seen? Can you list them all?

Here are the 136 that I can remember: All Grown Up! Alvin and the Chipmunks Angela Anaconda Angry Beavers, The Animaniacs Anne of Green Gables Archie Show, The Arthur As Told by Ginger Avatar: The Last Airbender Babar Bananas in Pajamas Barney Batman Bear in the Big Blue House Beats Machines Ben 10 Blues Clues Bob the Builder Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show, The Busy World of Richard Scarry, The Caillou Captain Planet Care Bears Charlie Brown Chip 'N Dale Rescue Rangers Clifford the Big Red Dog Code Lyoko Country Mouse and City Mouse Adventures Cyberchase Danny Phantom David the Gnome Darkwing Duck Dennis the Menace Detention Dexter's Lab Donald Duck Dora the Explorer Doug Droopy Dog Elliot Moose Fairly Odd Parents Family Guy Franklin Freakazoid Funky Cops Futurama Garfield and Friends Gargoyles George Shrinks Ghostbusters G.I. Joe Girl Stuff/Boy Stuff Godzilla Happy Tree Friends He-Man Hey Arnold! House of Mouse Inspector Gadjet Jackie Chan Adventures Jacob Two-Two Jetsons, The Jimmy Neutr
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Sea rescue by big-ass vessels?

What is the "man-overboard" or "we just spotted a stick-thin and hairy Tom Hanks on a makeshift raft" scenario for very large and heavy ships, like container ships? It's not practical to stop them and it can't be done in any reasonable amount of time or distance, and I assume they don't keep a helicopter on board. Do they drop a speedboat to go and pick the guy up, which then catches up with the ship? Also, in the second scenario, I'm curious as to whether a massively-laden vessel running on tiny margins would effect a rescue of somebody in ragged loincloth on the open ocean. I assume maritime law requires it, but I'm cynical about corporate behavior when no-one's looking (imagine that) and wonder if anyone knows how this would play out in practice.
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What's your favorite Cartoons shows when you was a kid?

When I was Younger back in the day. They were in Saturday Morning. I also saw them on Weekdays morning cartoons Before School and Weekdays Afternoon Cartoon After School. You Know Monday-Friday And Also, Sometimes Sunday Morning Cartoons. Anyways, The Saturday Morning Cartoons That you Used to Watch Back in the Day. Don't Forget Live Actions Shows Like...Power Rangers and Anime Too Like...Pokemon, and Yu-Gi-Oh!. Also Prime times like...Simpsons, Family Guy, Beavis and Butt-Head, Daria and more It Could be in the Past or Present too. Any Favorite Cartoons shown when you was a kid back in the day. I'm Born 1989. My favorite is: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Doug Rocko's Modern Life Rugrats Aaahh! Real Monsters KaBlam! Hey Arnold! The Simpsons Garfield and Friends Beetlejuice X-Men the Animated Series Spider-Man the Animated Series The Simpsons Johnny Bravo Cow and Chicken The Powerpuff Girls Ed, Edd, n' Eddy Courage the Cowardly Dog Dexter's Laboratory
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Anybody like these songs or bands?

10 - Joni Mitchell - Big Yellow Taxi 10 - Ray LaMontagne - Forever My Friend 10 - Beatles - I Am The Walrus 10 - Rico - Midnight in Ethiopia 10 - Hooverphonic - Renaissance Affair 10 - Lemon Jelly - '64 (Go) 10 - The White Birch - Beauty King 10 - Sister Flo - White Noise 10 - Cornershop - We're In Yr Corner 10 - John Stanford - The Edge 10 - Porcupine Tree - Point 3 (.3) 10 - James McMurtry - Levelland 10 - Talking Heads - Life During Wartime (Live) 10 - Ganga Giri - In the Jungle 10 - Ours - Here Is The Light 10 - Doves - Firesuite 10 - Longview - Further 10 - Soundtrack of Our Lives - Sister Surround 10 - Placebo - This Picture 10 - Jesse Colin Young - Ridgetop 10 - Iggy Pop - The Passenger 10 - Chorus of Tribes - Into Morocco 10 - Nighthawks - Hace Mucho 10 - Marc Moulin - Day Fever 10 - Cure - Purple Haze 9 - Stevie Ray Vaughan - Couldn't Stand The Weather 9 - Porcupine Tree - Fadeaway 9 - Television - 1880 Or So 9 - Modest Mouse - Float On 9 - Beck - Soldier Jane 9 - Deus - What
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NBA: Team 1 Or Team 2?

Team 1 - Bobcats + Nigerian Team vs 1. Michael Jordan 2. Wilt Chamberlain 3. Bill Russell 4. Shaquille O’Neal 5. Oscar Robertson 6. Magic Johnson 7. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 8. Tim Duncan 9. Larry Bird 10. Kobe Bryant 11. Jerry West 12. Elgin Baylor 13. Hakeem Olajuwon 14. Bob Petit 15. Moses Malone 16. Julius Erving 17. John Havlicek 18. Karl Malone 19. Isiah Thomas 20. Charles Barkley 21. Rick Barry 22. John Stockton 23. Elvin Hayes 24. Bob Cousy 25. David Robinson 26. Kevin McHale 27. Scottie Pippen 28. Jason Kidd 29. George Mikan 30. Kevin Garnett 31. LeBron James 32. Willis Reed 33. Wes Unseld 34. Nate Thurmond 35. Dolph Schayes 36. Walt Frazier 37. Patrick Ewing 38. Jerry Lucas 39. Gary Payton 40. Allen Iverson 41. Billy Cunningham 42. Clyde Drexler 43. Dominique Wilkins 44. Dave Cowens 45. George Gervin 46. Bob McAdoo 47. Earl Monroe 48. Dennis Rodman 49. Dwyane Wade 50. Steve Nash 51. Walt Bellamy 52. Tiny Archibald 53. Dennis Johnson 54. Reggie Miller 55. Dirk Nowitzki 56. Connie H
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Recommend some cartoons for me?

Greetings everyone in Yahoo Answers Land! I have a decently sized collection of cartoon dvds that I watch very frequently. I'm not running out quite yet, but I am always looking to expand. I am hoping to suckle off of your knowledge for some new cartoons to look into. Values: - ~11 minute story arcs (60-90 minutes for feature length) - Self-contained stories - Quality/unique/humorous animation - Comedy - Occasionally, pure nostalgia Anti-Values: - Action based cartoons - Morality preaching cartoons - Corporate driven cartoons - Stories that last longer than an episode - Almost all animation from the 1980s - The majority of eastern animation This picture is my collection as of now. http://postimage.org/image/si75mjwpz/full/ (Left to right): Cartoon Classics, Looney Tunes, Walt Disney's Pinnochio, Tom and Jerry, Droopy, Walt Disney's Alice in Wonderland, Walt Disney's Peter Pan, Dr. Seuss Classics, Fritz the Cat, The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Walt Dis
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Does anybody remember these TV Block called Kids' WB?

Does anybody remember these Kids' WB Shows? BQ: Which of these Kids' WB Shows do you like? Kids' WB TV Block (1995-2008) Animaniacs The Batman Batman: The Animated Series Batman Beyond Bugs N' Daffy The Big Cartoonie Show The Daffy Duck Show Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island Detention Freakazoid! Histeria! Jackie Chan Adventures Johnny Test Krypto the Superdog Legion of Super Heroes Loonatics Unleashed ¡Mucha Lucha! Megas XLR The New Batman/Superman Adventures The Nightmare Room Ozzy & Drix Pinky and the Brain Pinky, Elmyra, and the Brain Road Rovers Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue! Static Shock Superman: The Animated Series The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries Teen Titans That's Warner Bros.! Tiny Toon Adventures Tom and Jerry Tales Waynehead What's New, Scooby-Doo? Xiaolin Showdown The Zeta Project Codename: Kids Next Door Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends The Powerpuff Girls Samurai Jack Squirrel Boy Johnny Bravo The All-New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show Captain Planet The Scooby Doo
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Recommend some cartoons for me?

Greetings everyone in Yahoo Answers Land! I have a decently sized collection of cartoon dvds that I watch very frequently. I'm not running out quite yet, but I am always looking to expand. I am hoping to suckle off of your knowledge for some new cartoons to look into. Values: - ~11 minute story arcs (60-90 minutes for feature length) - Self-contained stories - Quality/unique/humorous animation - Comedy - Occasionally, pure nostalgia Anti-Values: - Action based cartoons - Morality preaching - Corporate driven cartoons - Stories that last longer than an episode - Almost anything from the 1980s This picture is my collection as of now. http://postimage.org/image/si75mjwpz/full/ (Left to right): Cartoon Classics, Looney Tunes, Walt Disney's Pinnochio, Tom and Jerry, Droopy, Walt Disney's Alice in Wonderland, Walt Disney's Peter Pan, Dr. Seuss Classics, Fritz the Cat, The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Walt Disney's The Little Mermaid, Tiny Toon Adventures, Ru
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Suggest some new cartoons for me?

Greetings everyone! I have a decently sized collection of cartoon dvds that I watch very frequently. I'm not running out quite yet, but I am always looking to expand and I am hoping to suckle off of your knowledge for some new cartoons to look into. Values: - ~11 minute story arcs (60-90 minutes for feature length) - Self-contained stories - Quality/unique/humorous animation - Comedy - Occasionally, pure nostalgia Anti-Values: - Action based cartoons - Morality preaching cartoons - Corporate driven cartoons - Stories that last longer than an episode - Almost all animation from the 1980s - The majority of eastern animation This picture is my collection as of now. http://s24.postimage.org/h15wsyb7p/collectionjpg.jpg Left to right, newest releases first (Top Row) Rude Removal, Superjail, The Mighty B!, Powerpuff Girls Z, The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, My Life as a Teenage Robot, Ren and Stimpy: Adult Party Cartoon, The Grim Adventures of
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