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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Knox View Post
    It sounds like culture clashes! Just wondering, was your brain awake or dreaming?
    My brain was awake! I'm used to it though. It's not a culture clash, only culture I like to listen to lots of different things, maybe classical the most, then metal. Today I heard Donna Summer on my way home from work...

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    World Cup in nervousness: The winner is Bobby Joe!
    -Are you happy with the win?
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    Do you love music or just your own opinion?
    1. yes
    2. no

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kjetil Heggelund View Post
    Do you love music or just your own opinion?
    1. yes
    2. no
    1. Good question, yes I love music, that's the easy question ...

    But I'm in love with my opinion, it gives me such a warm feeling to be right, sort of like "comfort foods" such as macaroni and cheese or pancakes do. Then I remember ... those foods are full of carbohydrates and fat and whatever. And I hate to think what my opinion may contain so no, I hate my own opinion, it is like an itch that must be scratched, only many "likes" can calm me down ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kjetil Heggelund View Post
    My brain was awake! I'm used to it though. It's not a culture clash, only culture I like to listen to lots of different things, maybe classical the most, then metal. Today I heard Donna Summer on my way home from work...
    I was just joking about the dreaming part. But seriously, what goes on in our brains when music suddenly changes to a very different type concerns me. That is because there is an attentional jolt, especially for us sensitive musicians who will have to expend considerable energy to re-stabilize ...

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    A Game of The Most Obnoxious TC Members.
    "All of Italian opera can be heard in [Bellini's] "Ah! non creda [mirarti]."
    --Renata Scotto in "Scotto, More Than a DIva."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Knox View Post
    I was just joking about the dreaming part. But seriously, what goes on in our brains when music suddenly changes to a very different type concerns me. That is because there is an attentional jolt, especially for us sensitive musicians who will have to expend considerable energy to re-stabilize ...
    Metal is not so clever before a performance. Silence is better.

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    My new company repurposes old redwood furniture, turning the wood down on a lathe to make conductor batons. It only made sense to move our production plant to the capitol of Lousiania.
    "He who makes songs without feeling spoils both his words and his music. " ~ Guillaume de Machaut

    "It is insulting to address anyone in a language which they do not understand." ~ Benjamin Britten

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    Quote Originally Posted by Room2201974 View Post
    My new company repurposes old redwood furniture, turning the wood down on a lathe to make conductor batons. It only made sense to move our production plant to the capitol of Lousiania.
    Your company's product could be placed in a movie sequel to "The Red Violin," entitled "___ ___ ____." I assume in that seeking capitol the producers would know that conducting themselves well (unlike a recent mogul) can bayou support.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fritz Kobus View Post
    A Game of The Most Obnoxious TC Members.
    And only the most obnoxious members are allowed to vote.

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