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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2008 4:40 am 
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For some reason dove_grey felt it was necessary to take my commentary totally out of context. Dove_grey is perverting her observation where she has marked my meaning by misinterpreting and or distorting my intent.

While Scheila Gonzalez is an attractive young woman in my ZPZ Eat That Question Review I am not passing personal commentary on Scheila's aura of femininity. Anyone thinking such is way off-base. I have repeated time and time again on this forum that I am happily married and live a life of managomy. Some of you folks perpetuate the adolescent dunce cap school room behavior for in my crystal ball I can already see it being spewed out in past, present and future replies to this topic. Yes in regards to keeping my opinion consolidated on this matter I feel the edit function serves me well.

It is Scheila's musical performance that speaks to my heart, running my tongue across my upper lip and or having me on my knees worshiping her Artistic Talents and Showmanship.

I think the ZFT understand what I was talking about but if anyone is going to pervert and perpetuate that dove_grey falsehood perversion of my commentary I damn well am going to put out a topic trying to clear up this matter.

Once again I am a happily married man. We have a two year old daughter and another child on the way.

Don't mess with my family.
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um, zpz? you might wanna monitor his posts before the next concert...and have scheila escorted. trendy, you needs some HUMAN company, supervised, of course.



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Eat That Question - The Grand Wazoo Arrangement

While ZPZ performs the Outro as arranged on Frank Zappa's The Grand Wazoo LP the first solo for this live performance has been changed from Electric Piano to Saxophone enabling Scheila Gonzalez to "Whip it out".

As I do for the first time in 2008 just as I had in 2007 I move my tongue across my upper lip, watching in sheer amazement knowing very well that Scheila Gonzalez would by all means have passed an FZ audition. At least that is what my heart tells me. You see Christians are not on the menu so when Frank Zappa himself changed the tittle of this song from "Eat That Christian" to "Eat That Question" it enabled us to ponder just what it takes to either make the band or become the next in line of "UnDifferentiated Tissue".

But in 2008 some still have the audacity to ask if any of these ZPZ Core Band Members would indeed have passed an FZ audition. While none of us are Frank all I can say is this is one of the most inspiring saxophone solos I have ever heard in my life. I am on my knees worshiping this gals artistic showmanship. Thank you Scheila Gonzalez.


While all the above is factually 100% correct and I stand by my words I am going to let you people in on a little experiment. Regardless some of you folks just can't leave that school yard behavior alone.

see topic:
Eat That Question - Revealing the Social Experiment
http://www.zappa.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.p ... 246#325246

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...I have repeated time and time again on this forum that I am happily married an live a life of managomy...

By all means, give my regards to Sy... :)


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And all the little vacuum cleaners. :lol: How does that work, by the way?

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I see....it's not Scheila's looks that grab you, it's how she blows her horn! Always got sax on your mind, eh, old boy?

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And all the little vacuum cleaners. :lol: How does that work, by the way?


A Swedish Apparatus ? :)

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Clever those Swedes. :wink:

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quite so....almost too clever. okaaaaay, when did i cast aspersions towards your family? it was you only, and i wasn't the only one, remember? the line about you licking your upper lip was highlighted in bold type by someone else---why not go after them? i read your words and thought them a tad, BIZARRE, to say the least. just like your extreme zeal for all things zappa , you go over the line all the time. you need outside hobbies. and i did mention you needed human contact, that doesn't mean i thought you should go out and find female companionship. i didn't even realize you were married---or if i did, i completely forgot, seeing as frank and la familia seem to be your life. i usually don't read your posts ( too time consuming), just saw that there were only two replies to the one in question, and figured it couldn't hurt. don't worry, i'll go back to ignoring what you write from now on. sheesh, whatta maroon... :roll:

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Note to self: If you use phrases like "I move my tongue across my upper lip" while describing your reaction to a musical performance, somebody is going to poke fun at you for it - and you will deserve it.

I'm sure no one meant anything personal, Trend. You were just asking for it, that's all. Look back and laugh at yourself now and then. :wink:

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Trendmonger wrote:

running my tongue across my upper lip and or having me on my knees worshiping her



Trendmonger wrote:

As I do for the first time in 2008 just as I had in 2007 I move my tongue across my upper lip





It was bad enough to read the tongue and lip comment the first time, then to reiterate a second time in addition to bending over on the knees is just plain weird.

*shudder* :|


I understand TM likes ZPZ, but this particular description comes off as a little creepy IMHO.


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Note to self #2: Next time I go see ZPZ, be sure to bring some Chapstick and Knee Pads.

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.........and hopefully not get stuck sitting next to some grown man running his tongue across his ^^^^^^^^^ :P


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Note to self #2: Next time I go see ZPZ, be sure to bring some Chapstick and Knee Pads.


Trendy's checklist for ZPZ concerts:

1. Tinted chapstick (brown)
2. Kneedpads
3. Box of Altoids
4. Drool bucket
5. A notebook and pencil for jotting down inspired comments
6. A WWFS? t shirt (Who Would Frank Sue?)

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It's nice to spew fanatical gibberish instead of getting to know people. Dove Grey is a great person and wouldn't intentionally cause harm to anybody. But that's not what Monger is here for anyway.

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Hear hear! Dovey is a lovely thoughtful gal. I agree with you Cal, we all know she would never ever intentionally hurt or upset anyone.

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Start a new one to pick on a girl SAD
dont bother staring one for me I haven't read this one Thanks

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hahahaha! loooove yer checklist, sabs! funn-ee!thank you to everyone for the kindly words, but we all know the kid is a loony a-toony, and as such can be easily dismissed. big hugs, y'all! :lol:

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Trendmonger wrote:
Once again I am a happily married man. We have a two year old daughter and another child on the way.

Don't mess with my family.
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Gee, things must be going tough at home, when you have to elaborate on this in a Forum. Afraid the wife would catch you having sinful thoughts about another woman? Good god, go away Swaggart.

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feetlightup wrote:
Note to self #2: Next time I go see ZPZ, be sure to bring some Chapstick and Knee Pads.


Trendy's checklist for ZPZ concerts:

1. Tinted chapstick (brown)
2. Kneedpads
3. Box of Altoids
4. Drool bucket
5. A notebook and pencil for jotting down inspired comments
6. A WWFS? t shirt (Who Would Frank Sue?)


7. 1 pint of Unexpected perfection
8. 1 half gallon of In The Ballpark
9. A dash of Read It And Weep
10. 1 Straight Jacket
11. 1 Home Labotomy Kit.
12. 1 tongue scraper
13. A box of Tic Tacs


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Good god, go away Swaggart.


swaggert go away-ay-ay-ay
swaggert go away-ay-ay-ay

and take your dickheaded negativity with you, chump

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Good Lordy! What did I do? :?

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Poor guy was just wiping off some bovine perspiration, that's all.


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Trendmonger wrote:
While ZPZ performs the Outro as arranged on Frank Zappa's The Grand Wazoo LP the first solo for this live performance has been changed from Electric Piano to Saxophone enabling Scheila Gonzalez to "Whip it out".

As I do for the first time in 2008 just as I had in 2007 I move my tongue across my upper lip, watching in sheer amazement[...]


"'n maybe later I'll rape her
oh god, oh god, I'm so fantastic!
thanks to sheila, I'm a sexual spastic "

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Lumpy Gravy wrote:
Trendmonger wrote:
While ZPZ performs the Outro as arranged on Frank Zappa's The Grand Wazoo LP the first solo for this live performance has been changed from Electric Piano to Saxophone enabling Scheila Gonzalez to "Whip it out".

As I do for the first time in 2008 just as I had in 2007 I move my tongue across my upper lip, watching in sheer amazement[...]


"'n maybe later I'll rape her
oh god, oh god, I'm so fantastic!
thanks to sheila, I'm a sexual spastic "


LOL! You nailed it Lumpy.

Then again, just to play the Devil's advocate (I hate Trendy as much as the next person, but group-think from all the others opposed to him can be just as rancid as Trendy's rants), what's wrong with finding women with saxophones sexy? Women can look real hot with saxes, and especially when a hottie can whip out a mean-ass solo, it symbolizes the kind of woman who is sexy as fuck, yet talented as hell as well. Just the kind of representative from the opposite camp males consider ideal. Gotta love them sexy sax kittens. :mrgreen:

That said, I find her tenor sax sound a bit cheesy for my taste. Wasn't too impressed with the "Eat That Question" youtube clip I saw. She reminded me of someone ingrained with the smooth jazz/adult contemporary sound who suddenly attempts free-jazz because she wants to be hip and edgy. I've always loved Ian Underwood's pure yet personal tone, he could whip out a convincing Ornette send-up on his alto, yet his strongest suit whenever he soloed were his melodic ideas and phrasings. This coupled with the envelope filter effect he was so good at using, really sounded unbelievable. So naturally, I judge all (progressive) rock sax players (esp. those who play Zappa's music) by the yardstick of Underwood, and Scheila doesn't quite cut it yet, in terms of sound anyway. But she's still cute. But I'm nowhere near as obsessed with her as Trendy seems to be. Trendy's fanatical ravings are both annoying and detrimental, as he makes it seem bad to consider women who play an instrument (like sax) sexy.


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