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    Quote Originally Posted by McDuck View Post
    Taylor Swift seemed to be doing pretty well out of stretching the pipes last night. Should she be in the kitchen cooking? having babies? running a big company?


    Soo...I'm probably on the right track if I'm unhappy?
    Suffering is the only thing that deserves to be paid for?



    Where is or was this society you're talking about?
    It's moving forward?
    Where is it going?
    Toward some sort of vision or goal?
    What does that goal look like?
    I'm not sure you're going to get too many followers unless they get to stop for beer and music along the way.

    Anyone seen my response to this post???

    I decided I didn't need to write it preferring to do something that makes me happy and someone would come write it for me. I've been sitting around singing amongst other things. I'm starting to feel hungry and my kids need a change but I'm expecting someone else will sort that out.

    It doesn't matter, when things get real bad some bleeding heart will come and look after me and my kids after they've finished their full day at work, looked after their kids, gone off to pay their taxes. Probably mowed the lawns at their rental property.

    Anyways - i'm off to sit on the beach. Can anyone spot me for a set of bongo drums?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don't believe the Hype View Post
    Anyone seen my response to this post???

    No, because someone else form this property talk community answered for you.


    Quote Originally Posted by Don't believe the Hype View Post
    bleeding heart

    That's an interesting phrase, where did you first hear it?



    Quote Originally Posted by Don't believe the Hype View Post
    Can anyone spot me for a set of bongo drums?

    What's wrong with turning over a few kitchen pots and using them? or some old containers or buckets.
    The point of primitive music is the syncopated and complex rhythms, not the look of the thing.

  3. #53

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    Quote Originally Posted by McDuck View Post
    No, because someone else form this property talk community answered for you.





    That's an interesting phrase, where did you first hear it?






    What's wrong with turning over a few kitchen pots and using them? or some old containers or buckets.
    The point of primitive music is the syncopated and complex rhythms, not the look of the thing.

    i deserve fancy new bongos. Why should I put up with pots?

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    Ah, you've confused the form with the function.
    If you want to look at them rather than play them …
    then just pop down to the local music shop and you can look at as many of them as you want all day long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McDuck View Post
    Ah, you've confused the form with the function.
    If you want to look at them rather than play them …
    then just pop down to the local music shop and you can look at as many of them as you want all day long.
    You’ve confused sarcasm with serious. Now back to the topic.

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    Bongos far more interesting than where we are at with this topic
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick G View Post
    Bongos far more interesting than where we are at with this topic

    ha. I agree.


    I didn't know the larger drum was the male drum.

    While the smaller drum was the female.

    It made me laugh no end, to see a popular beat was carried by the smaller drum, while the larger one was out of step, but crucial to making the sound.


    but yes, I agree, you shouldn't be bored, you are entitled to be entertained, best get back to your smashed Avocado brunches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keithw View Post
    But, but but.....
    everyone is born equal
    therefore i deserve to have what you have
    and if I havent got it then I am entitled to take it from you to "Maintain the Equality"

    typical socialist mentality:
    I dont have to work for what i get, everyone is entitled to anything they want & the State will pay.
    Bring everyone down to the same equal level.
    The fact that in order for the State to pay it must take from those that already have, seems to escape those that are demanding, until they are in a position of Having and they finally discover where the State gets its money !

    That has Jacinda the former President of the International Socialist Youth written all over it.


 

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