S. m. v. - thunder

His second attempt to resolve the past succeeds in him wiping out all the dinosaurs by sneezing on another T-Rex, who in turn sneezes on another dinosaur, which also sneezes on another dinosaur and so on, and they all fall like dominoes, causing him to grimly remark "This is gonna cost me". Homer returns to the future in the basement. He goes upstairs to discover a large, fancy kitchen. His family greet him; in this timeline, the family is wealthy, in possession of a brand new Lexus and are to attend the funeral of Patty and Selma that day. Homer counts these perks on his fingers and is ecstatic at having "hit the jackpot". As he sits down, he asks Marge to pass him a donut. When Marge replies, "What's a donut?" Homer screams uncontrollably at this shocking discovery and runs back to the basement and the sound of the time machine zapping is heard. After he is gone, donuts begin to fall from the sky and Marge says, "It's raining again," implying that donuts are the rain in this universe.

  1. 1 to make a long loud deep noise or cry as we got closer, the waterfall thundered louder and louder Synonyms of thunder bellow , boom , growl , roar Words Related to thunder grumble , roll , rumble ; bang , blare , blast , peal , scream , screech , shriek , squall ; bawl , call , cry , holler , hoot , shout , whoop , yell ; bell , caterwaul , howl , wail , yowl Near Antonyms of thunder grunt , mouth , mumble , murmur , mutter , whisper ; mewl , pule , squeak , whimper

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    Bassists, and those for whom the bottom is tops, are going to love this. Others may well find it gimmicky and wonder precisely what the point is. There’s no denying the level of proficiency here: Any band fortunate enough to acquire the services of Stanley Clarke, Marcus Miller or Victor Wooten would have a head start regardless of who else turned up at the session. But three’s a crowd, and although the trio affords one another a wide enough berth so no fingers get stepped on (solos and writing credits are split evenly, give or take), ultimately the music takes a backseat to the spectacle: Thunder isn’t so much a cutting contest-it’s a collaborative affair, marked by mutual respect-as a strutting contest.

    While the three bassists are never less than stunning in their mastery of the four-string, the listener will be hard-pressed to recall actual tunes when the album has run its course. “Maestros de las Frecuencias Bajas,” the brief opener, sets high expectations with its bath of lush orchestration framing the stringwork, but those promises for a more fully realized work are dashed as it becomes increasingly apparent during successive songs that the additional colorings-be it George Duke’s mini-Moog on the crawling “Lopsy Lu/Silly Putty” medley, or Chick Corea, whose piano, though under-utilized, comes as a welcomed respite in “Mongoose Walk”-are present more to fill space than to make significant contributions that might shape the music.

    Miller’s production is often sparse, the better to showcase the stars, and by assigning one player to the low end while the others noodle above or harmonize, there’s never a problem picking out the individual basses. But it’s difficult to come up with a reason why all but the most ardent admirer of these aces, or aspiring fusion bassists, would want to revisit Thunder often.

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