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Old 05-11-2008, 10:29 PM   #931
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Have you been paying attention to the thread in Inside Broadcast about the change of ownership? The new owner is upgrading the site within the next week or two and will shut it down for 12 hours.
Didn't know that. Okay, thanks.
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Old 05-11-2008, 10:32 PM   #932
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Eek. Doesn't sound all too fun. My mother's actually in the hospital today for some more outpatient stuff; this time, they need to send some camera down via her throat to check out her intestines. Sounds like boatloads of excitement.
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Old 05-11-2008, 10:32 PM   #933
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Hi, Screwtape.
I haven't listened to your CD exchange playlist yet. I have been working on mine and the genre introduction. I am almost done with my introduction to jazz fusion. I hope people give it a chance. Do you know any genres that well?
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I haven't listened to your CD exchange playlist yet. I have been working on mine and the genre introduction. I am almost done with my introduction to jazz fusion. I hope people give it a chance. Do you know any genres that well?
Don't worry about it, Screwtape. Yes I do. Britpop, grunge, and alternative music.
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Eek. Doesn't sound all too fun. My mother's actually in the hospital today for some more outpatient stuff; this time, they need to send some camera down via her throat to check out her intestines. Sounds like boatloads of excitement.
Eek....had that done a few years ago when I had gallstones....they sedate you really well so you don't remember any of it. Wish they could sedate me next week, but NO, I have to be WIDE AWAKE for the whole procedure.....not liking that thought too much
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So, Screwtape, jazz fusion? That's cool. I'm sure you'll do great and people will give it a chance.
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Don't worry about it, Screwtape. Yes I do. Britpop, grunge, and alternative music.
Have you seen the genre introduction thread? I think people would be interested in an introduction to grunge and Britpop. I personally would like a better view of grunge.
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Have you seen the genre introduction thread? I think people would be interested in an introduction to grunge and Britpop. I personally would like a better view of grunge.
Yes, I have. Screwtape, I could easily talk about how Britpop or grunge make me feel. But I am not quite sure I can explain the commerical aspect of it. Is that o.k.?
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Yes, I have. Screwtape, I could easily talk about how Britpop or grunge make me feel. But I am not quite sure I can explain the commerical aspect of it. Is that o.k.?
You can introduce or explain it in any way you want. No restrictions. No rules. Just your view of the genre.
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Eek....had that done a few years ago when I had gallstones....they sedate you really well so you don't remember any of it. Wish they could sedate me next week, but NO, I have to be WIDE AWAKE for the whole procedure.....not liking that thought too much
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Gluey, if you don't mind my asking, what are you having done??
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You can introduce or explain it in any way you want. No restrictions. No rules. Just your view of the genre.
O.K., thank you. I will go to that thread now.
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Eek....had that done a few years ago when I had gallstones....they sedate you really well so you don't remember any of it. Wish they could sedate me next week, but NO, I have to be WIDE AWAKE for the whole procedure.....not liking that thought too much
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Oh, they do that for gallstones now? Heh. The doctors suspect some of Mum's problems might be caused by internal scar tissue left over from when she had gallstones removed in the early 1990s.

And holy shit, they can't sedate you or anything? I'd ... run away or something.
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Okay everyone who should be my third artist in the CD exchange?

Julee Cruise
Chris Issak
Keith Jarrett
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Gluey, if you don't mind my asking, what are you having done??
Hey!! Great to see you here!!

I'm having an EP Study done for an Atrial Arrythmia that I have. They go in through my groin (both sides) with all their wires etc, and bring on an 'attack' , then they try and 'burn' the faulty connection away in my heart. I have to remain totally unsedated etc to give it the best chance of being successful Bit freaked out about it now.....
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Screwtape: John Frusciante will definitely be one of my artists. Not sure who else yet. I might do some rarer Springsteen stuff. After that, who knows.
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