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Old 01-01-07, 10:43 PM   #51
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Thumbs up on EC. We must have very similar music tastes. Why don't you come over and I'll put on some music and maybe some tea or coffee.
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Thumbs up on EC. We must have very similar music tastes. Why don't you come over and I'll put on some music and maybe some tea or coffee.
Yeah, EC, a legend after her time. Yeah, maybe next time I'm in Florida. Could be this year. I need to go see my cousin, who's son has been in a coma since June '05. They live in Rockledge.

I'm all over the board: classical, big-band/swing, C&W, rock, acid rock, reggae/ethnic/international, some punk, though I don't really care for hip-hop or rap or anything later than that.
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Yeah, EC, a legend after her time. Yeah, maybe next time I'm in Florida. Could be this year. I need to go see my cousin, who's son has been in a coma since June '05. They live in Rockledge.

I'm all over the board: classical, big-band/swing, C&W, rock, acid rock, reggae/ethnic/international, some punk, though I don't really care for hip-hop or rap or anything later than that.
I have yet to have somebody out-eclectic me in music. I have all those genres, add jazz, native american, a little rap/hip-hop, classical.

Right now almost all the stuff I've posted last night was folk, because I was listening to a playlist I created for "folk music".
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Old 01-02-07, 07:47 AM   #63
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don't download this song - Weird al Yankovic

everyone should have this song.

Once in a while maybe you will feel the urge
To break international copyright law
By downloading MP3s from file-sharing sites
Like Morpheus or Grokster or Limewire or KaZaA

But deep in your heart you know the guilt would drive you mad
And the shame would leave a permanent scar
'Cause you start out stealing songs and then you're robbing liquor stores
And sellin' crack and runnin' over school kids with your car

So don't download this song
The record store's where you belong
Go and buy the CD like you know that you should
Oh, don't download this song

Oh, you don't wanna mess with the R-I-double-A
They'll sue you if you burn that CD-R
It doesn't matter if you're a grandma or a seven year old girl
They'll treat you like the evil hard-bitten criminal scum you are

So don't download this song
Don't go pirating music all day long
Go and buy the CD like you know that you should
Oh, don't download this song

Don't take away money from artists just like me
How else can I afford another solid gold Hum-Vee
And diamond-studded swimming pools
These things don't grow on trees
So all I ask is, "Everybody, please..."

Don't donwload this song (Don't do it, no, no)
Even Lars Ulrich knows it's wrong (You can just ask him)
Go and buy the CD like you know that you should (You really should)
Oh, don't download this song

Don't donwload this song (Oh please, don't you do it)
Or you might wind up in jail like Tommy Chong (Remember Tommy)
Go and buy the CD (Right now) like you know that you should (Go out and buy it)
Oh, don't download this song

Don't download this song (No, no, no, no, no, no)
You'll burn in hell before too long (and you'll deserve it)
Go and buy the CD (Just buy it) like you know that you should (You cheap bastard)
Oh, don't download this song
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Old 01-02-07, 08:13 AM   #66
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mmmmmwhhhhuuuurr by The Space Heater Next to My Feet.
Me too!!!! But mine is the acoustic version: whirpuffwhirpuffwhirpuff
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An interesting vibratory sound coming from the power supply inside my PC tower.

*smack!*

Sounds normal again.
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