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would Pavarotti actually be jealous of ...Made in Taiwan
Jun 4, 2001 11:13 PM
a basso profundo voice? i mean Bob Roll must've spent a lot of his career in Italy, where you can't swing a dead cat without hitting a tenor... so why that remark about some italian pro rider who rides in the groupetto and calling "piano" with a basso profundo voice that even pavarotti would be jealous of?

oh well, Pav should have retired 20 years ago anyways
If you don't mind me asking,mike mcmahon
Jun 4, 2001 11:20 PM
how'd the masters vocal performance go (Clarement College right)?
why would you swing a dead cat?mr_spin
Jun 5, 2001 2:25 PM
Especially in Italy. I've never quite understood that one. Just bury it and move on.
I've always loved that expressionmike mcmahon
Jun 5, 2001 2:27 PM
BTW, what makes Italy an especially bad place to swing dead cats?
I've always loved that expressionLazy
Jun 5, 2001 2:56 PM
You ever try to swing a live cat? It makes much more sense if you try it with a live one first. LOL
Re: I've always loved that expressionjschrotz
Jun 5, 2001 5:15 PM
I believe it was Mark Twain who said something to the effect of: A man who carries a cat by the tail learns something he can learn in no other way.