Night Owls on HPFF

Discussion in 'Vintage Topic Archive (Sept - 2009)' started by z71silverado98, Oct 24, 2007.

  1. z71silverado98

    z71silverado98 Member

    Just an observation, but I really enjoy the fact that no matter how late I check the forum there's always a few people browsing around.

    I supposed its the nature of a budget gun catering to the young working 'poor' who are up way after all the old fuddy-duddys* on the more expensive firearm forums have gone to bed. No offense to any older guys w/ high priced guns in your defense your not a fuddy-duddy.

    its midnight right now and I prolly wont hit the hay till about 3. If your up late today sign in w/ a time. Last one to bed lock the doors and turn off the lights.

    *Ozzy said it recently so its ok to say use fuddy-duddy :wink:
  2. neothespian

    neothespian Member

    Funny part is: I'm either up due to one of two things...

    -I'm working a show that's going so well the run keeps getting extended for weeks on end


    -I'm out of work (again) looking for another show and stuck watching mythbusters on reruns reading more script revisions before a casting date.

    Either way, you'll still find me on here burning the midnight oil.

  3. Most of the time I just can't sleep and so I am on the forum reading. This is a great place to hang out cuz I always learn something when I get on here.
  4. 9mmXfactor

    9mmXfactor Member

    u all should be paranoid. i'm just following you around ;).

    hey, i have nothing better to do...
  5. i'm a vampire so of course i'm only up at night :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
  6. 9mmXfactor

    9mmXfactor Member

    are you sure you arent just still wearing your mask from LAST halloween? i thought i told you take that off...
  7. unclerob

    unclerob Member

    I rarely sleep more than a couple hours at a shot. Been that way since 1998
    back injury.

    SHOOTER Z Well-Known Member

    I've work nights for almost 20 years Now with my enforced vacation I can't sleep too much after 230 or 3 AM
  9. elguapo

    elguapo Guest

    I tend to hang out at night because theres less to worry about. Of course, when with a nine to five job, that is a hassle...but lately, my job has me at 20 hours a week, till a new PO gets into effect, and then its 40+ after that.
    I am off til Friday, unless otherwise called in for something.
  10. Ari

    Ari Guest

    I love the night
  11. I work a normal daylight 8 to 5 shift, but I frequently wake about 2-3 a.m. Most of these times I can shut my eyes and go back to sleep.

    Occaisionally, however, I can't: to deal with insomnia, I get up and cruise the web. And when this happens, HPFF is one of the first stops.
  12. I work second shift, so I'm around at work, and sometimes for a bit when I get home, not to mention the time before I go to work :)
  13. jason865

    jason865 Guest

    I am on here all hours of the night. I have always been a night owl though. Even when I was in school I couldnt go to bed before midnight or so. Now I work from home, so I usually end up awake until around 3:00 in the morning.
  14. unclerob

    unclerob Member

  15. Thayldt21

    Thayldt21 Senior Member Member

    I'm just unemployed>
  16. When the evenin
    Sun gooooooooes dowwwwwwwwwwwn
    Yiu can fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiind me hangin' round
    Ohhhhhh the night life ain't no good life
    But its my liiiiife [ba da dum ba da dum]! 8)
  17. Yeah, same here, so i'm always up to about 3ish AM. I'm also pretty young though, so i dont feel so bad about it.. 8)
  18. elguapo

    elguapo Guest

    That Creedence?
    (Willie Nelson / Walter Breeland / Paul Buskirk)

    Rusty Draper - 1963
    Ray Price - 1963
    Doris Day - 1963
    Wanda Jackson - 1964
    Julie London - 1964
    Willie Nelson - 1965
    Dottie West - 1965
    Bobby Vinton - 1965
    Don Ho - 1966
    Aretha Franklin - 1967
    B. B. King - 1967
    Claude Gray - 1968
    Willie Nelson with Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass - 1980
    Razzy Bailey - 1982
    B.J. Thomas - 1986
    Roy Clark - 1986
    Mark Murphy - 1987
    David Lee Roth - 1994

    Also recorded by: George Jones & Waylon Jennings;
    Billy Butler; David Gogo; Al Hirt; Reba McEntire;
    Jerry Wallace; Chicken Shack; Jimmy Witherspoon;
    Dakota Staton; Luther Allison; Clear Creek Band;
    Lynne Hughes: ................. and many others.