What are you Listening To Right Now? - and more

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  1. jobrewer1983

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    I know!!! I had the same thought. That little guy needs to be in a movie or on a box of food! to cute to handle!
     
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  4. Ds2000

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    The crappy tv speakers in the waiting room for a doctor.
     
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  5. Beau Geste

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    Globalization was anticipated by David Ricardo ... but this is another matter. :)
     
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    I keep trying to photograph some of his expressions but keep missing; our favorites are the “Elvis” and the “Church Lady”... hilarious! :rflmao:
     

     

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    A rare bootleg i copied on to DAT....wonderous stuff....:):beatnik:
     
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    Here some internal shots of your Sony CDP-608ESD. It has the Beef:
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    Ricardo was the theoretical underpinning of one of the most miserable periods of English history.Brilliant economist he may have been......:)
     
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    Nice , thanks :thumbsup:
     
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    "What have i got myself into...?"
     
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    Economics is the science of misery, not of wealth. If this were widespread it would not exist ... :)
     
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    Hoping everything checks out okay for you.
     
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    Brilliant Beau:):)
     
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  17. Beau Geste

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    Not me, John, not me...It is written in every manual and/ or book of economics, more or less ... :)
     
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    Talking Heads - Once in a lifetime (SiriusXM ch 033)
     
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    Speaking of photography. I got some nice pics today. A group of us from the neighborhood went out to Abbott's Pond Nature Center, the site of an 18th century grist mill.
    The have various trails running through the woods and swamps.
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    I wonder whether some of the differences between American and British rock can be explained by the uptake of television? Whatever one can say about the BBC, it has had some excellent presenters over the years, and never shied away from alternative genres, thanks to people like John Peel and Alan Freeman.

    Television was adopted much earlier in the US than the UK. Perhaps this might account for “personalities” being thrust more into the limelight. In the more radio-orientated UK, the band was the focus. In extreme cases such as Yes, it could actually be difficult to pin down exactly who was in the band. I have read that Steve Howe claimed that the band was made up of the first five to turn up for practice.

    There is also a difference in the naming of bands. It’s quite rare for a UK band to be named in the format “X and the Y”, but very common in the US, so the possibility of a band member breaking away as a solo act is much less likely. Of course, there are exceptions such as Sting, and Derek and the Dominoes (although this band was created specifically to allow Clapton to perform at small venues without being mobbed)

    Another aspect of this is the European audience, particularly in The Netherlands and Germany, where English is the favoured language for music, giving British bands an almost captive audience.

    Just a few thoughts on the matter from someone who has a foot in both camps. Canadian music seems, to me, to be more closely aligned to American than British, although that might depend on your point of view.
     

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