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    Re: The Walter Bosley thread

    Anyone of you here who has a serious issue, as misguided as it is - and we can talk copyright until the sun goes down - may consider contacting Brewster Kahle at Archive.org and make your case with...
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    Re: A campfire chat with the moderators :)

    Chinatown :highfive: Now there's a movie too :)

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    Jake Gittes (Jack Nicholson) to Evelyn Mulwray (Faye Dunaway):


    "I goddamn near lost my nose. And I like it. I like...
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    Hello Iloveyou :)

    :) Well, the notion of 'career' has always been somewhat anathema to me, but, I appreciate what you are asking here for sure. And, yes, it's rich in colour and experience here in...
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    Re: A campfire chat with the moderators :)

    Thanks Cara :heart: And welcome once again to the team :)

    To date, the most transformative experience I can recall was really quite a grounded one.

    It was when I wrote my first song; it seemed...
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    Inspired in large part by the Mary Bennett and David Percy book "Dark Moon' mentioned by Bill here those of you interested in this topic may be fascinated by this in-depth and genuinely sensible...
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    Re: A campfire chat with the moderators :)

    Hello Nenuphar :waving::

    I would like to see more contribution, or at least a willingness for more of you to engage in some of the spiritually oriented material on the forum. That side of the...
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    Yes, I drew that conclusion too really quite a long time ago :) It's an observation that's bang on the money.

    There was a real moon landing, for sure, (and there are likely many more going on even...
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    Yes, I drew that conclusion too really quite a long time ago :) It's an observation that's bang on the money.

    There was a real moon landing, for sure, (and there are likely many more going on even...
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    Re: Current Wikileaks News & Releases

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    Rachel's post from April 26th here which has had a link fixed. :highfive:

    Article text here:

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    My, yes, that was a while ago now :)

    Okay, it was this ditty from The Art of Noise. I'd quite surprised myself by branching out to this as I was a Beatles and Queen obsessive at about that time in...
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    Re: Sites similar to archive.org for ebooks

    Hi Max123 :waving:

    Have you visited our Avalon library? If you haven't already, I highly recommend it because it is pure gold.

    http://avalonlibrary.net/ebooks/

    :sun:[/QUOTE]

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    Re: A campfire chat with the moderators :)

    Thanks Gracy :) Really thought provoking (and I do love your profile picture too).

    Gracy May asked here:




    1. How do you mods, both new and seasoned, see this forum differently than when...
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    Hello Strat :highfive: Guess you may be a musician (guitarist, right?) - I used to use a Stratocaster but have been using a Telecaster for some years now.

    Okay, I digress. Um, these are good too....
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    [Disclaimer: I haven't yet read others' in the team responses yet, certainly not since Rosemaries's book question, and, their answers to those, so, it'll be interesting to see what they've answered....
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    Re: The 'censorship' discussion

    A needed correction, if I may. What you said there is inaccurate and actually quite untrue. :flower:



    Here's the accurate history. The idea of making the thread opt-in was mine, a few weeks...
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    Off to a crackling start, thank you Rosemarie :)

    It largely depends on mood, and I have really quite a few books. However, I do enjoy plays, and Tennessee Williams is a real favourite of mine, and...
  17. Re: [Documentary] "Das Netz" [The Net] by Lutz Dammbeck, 2003 (German with English subtitles)

    Yes, it is, and I may well find myself doing the same as well. It's perfectly paced with a suitably mellifluous German narration, and is a piece of art in itself :) Compare the care and attention and...
  18. [Documentary] "Das Netz" [The Net] by Lutz Dammbeck, 2003 (German with English subtitles)

    My mouse was poised to write a review of this extraordinarily fascinating journey into the mind of Ted Kaczynski more infamously known as the "Unabomber" (University and airlines-bomber). Fortunately...
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    Re: Making one's own musical instruments

    Thank you so much for that :) That's really made my day, and it's still only lunchtime too :ROFL:

    Yes, I think that can count.

    :focus:
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    Direct link to podcast:...
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