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    Quote Originally Posted by TurnaboutVox View Post
    I'm afraid that latterly STI had come to stand for Smutty, Tiresome Irritation.

    Let IfST be instead our Inspiration for Salubrious Tomfoolery!

    STI is dead, long live IfST!

    Onwards, TC!
    Good decision. STI had become Sexually Titillating Innuendo. I welcome Innocently Silly Thread.

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    So, in the new spirit of Intelligently Surreal Thread:

    Which composers/s would you describe as the most
    Feline
    Porcine
    Bovine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat Fairlea View Post
    Good decision. STI had become Sexually Titillating Innuendo. I welcome Innocently Silly Thread.
    I'd say that it went pretty far beyond innuendo!! Perhaps the best way to save STI is to ban me permanently from that part of the forum.

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    There MUST be a place for us, if not STI, then SOMEWHERE!!!!

    https://youtu.be/80-DtChQ39U

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    What it all boils down to is this:

    You are on TC's selected desert island, Devil's Island in French Guiana....I know! I know. It's too damn hot...but they got a good discount....anyway, 117 degrees in the shade, they are about to offer you a choice:

    Sherbert or Schubert.

    Hesitating? You may call a friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat Fairlea View Post
    So, in the new spirit of Intelligently Surreal Thread:

    Which composers/s would you describe as the most
    Feline
    Porcine
    Bovine?
    Do we have to change Stupid Thread Ideas into Intelligent Thread Ideas? So much of TC is already devoted to intelligent ideas. Those of us, such as myself, who don't always feel like keeping up with the intellectuals...what are we supposed to do? We need a place of our own!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmsbls View Post
    This thread is for stupid thread ideas. Have fun and enjoy but don't use the thread to coplain about TC rules. This is not the right forum area for that.
    Right on. They are at it again.
    It is impossible to make anything foolproof because fools are so ingenious. And I am a very ingenious fellow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat Fairlea View Post
    So, in the new spirit of Intelligently Surreal Thread:

    Which composers/s would you describe as the most
    Feline
    Porcine
    Bovine?
    Feline - Felix Mendelssohn
    Bovine - Henry Cowell
    Porcine - er, Gioachino Rossini?
    Last edited by TurnaboutVox; Jul-31-2017 at 00:45.

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    Bettina could do a thread about all the things she is not posting about now
    "Everyone is born with genius, but most people only keep it a few minutes"

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    Food for thought:

    Did it ever occur to any of you that Beethoven may have been one of us fools on this forum, a fan of STI, who has access to some great music of the past, who later went back in a time machine to the late 1700's to assume LvB's identity passing off the music as his own, and wrote a letter to this Bettina here as his Immortal Beloved? That would explain a few things, why his music was ahead of his time, and why he would have to feign deafness when he "ran out of new ideas". The only detail I'm not sure of is exactly when he went back, and whether he needed plastic surgery here before he went back.

    p.s. I suspect it is Klassik. I'm on to you...

    That would also explain the boogie woogie in the last piano sonata.
    Last edited by Phil loves classical; Jul-31-2017 at 03:34.
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    Yes of course Klassik is Beethoven - why did I not see that Earlier, can hear at all and that is why he on a text forum - proof QED that Klassik is Beethoven.................
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettina View Post
    Do we have to change Stupid Thread Ideas into Intelligent Thread Ideas? So much of TC is already devoted to intelligent ideas. Those of us, such as myself, who don't always feel like keeping up with the intellectuals...what are we supposed to do? We need a place of our own!
    I did say 'intelligently surreal', not simply 'intelligent'. And I agree with you: I seldom feel like keeping up with the intellectuals. Some might say this is just as well....!

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    Well the stress relief always after a while brings ''inapropriate'' posts or pictures, human spirit cannot be chained! This is a CRAZY age and world is upside down lately so people need to blow some steam...But like i said before i still like that feeling of law and order, a structure, when i come here from the ''Jungle'' that is the rest of the ''Internet''...
    'Listen, Mister god!
    Isn't it boring
    to dip your puffy eyes,
    every day, into a jelly of clouds?'

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    Is there one kind of music you secretly love but won't tell people you meet? Mine is DISCO! I do tell people I love metal though
    http://www.metalinjection.net/lists/...re-a-metalhead

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kjetil Heggelund View Post
    Is there one kind of music you secretly love but won't tell people you meet? Mine is DISCO! I do tell people I love metal though
    http://www.metalinjection.net/lists/...re-a-metalhead
    Pop music (especially Neil Diamond) and country music (Vince Gill, Clint Black, Garth Brooks). In light of the recent infractions and deletions, I'd better not go into any more detail...

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