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    Fuckin Ruskies!

    Listen to him moan at the end.

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    Yeah...a bat smashed in the leg does tend to feel a bit less than average.

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    Next time you are feeling at all clever, just listen to this and imagine the genius that went into composing it.



    ...and then consider he wrote scores of works equally as impressive.
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    Especially the fact that he was 3 years old when he wrote it. ^

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    Quote Originally Posted by cluezo View Post
    Especially the fact that he was 3 years old when he wrote it
    ...indeed, and some folk think Einstein was clever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chang View Post
    Next time you are feeling at all clever, just listen to this and imagine the genius that went into composing it.
    Long ago I played the clarinet. This simple yet lovely Mozart Concerto could be played by any high school band.

    In gratitude I offer an amusing Youtube not so classic about the Muppets.

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    “Everyone carries a part of society on his shoulders; no one is relieved of his share of responsibility by others. And no one can find a safe way for himself if society is sweeping towards destruction. . . . What is needed to stop the trend towards socialism and despotism is common sense and moral courage.” Ludwig von Mises

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    ...that clarinetist looks a bit wobbly...
    ...majestically enthroned amid the vulgar herd...

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    Colm Meaney in Star Trek expressing "there's got to be something better than this" eventually finds a role in the latest Bruce Willis/Sigourney Weaver offering, "Cold Light of Day" where he discovers things can actually get worse.

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    could be played by any high school band.
    This is part of the man's genius. Not much point composing music nobody can play, which is the fault of so many composers. Probably explains why Mozart made a living and Tchaikovski had to rely upon a benefactor.

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    Gives Star Trek: Deep Space Nine a whole new meaning.


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    What's wrong? He's followed all the safety protocols. He's got a red rag flapping on the back!

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    Reminds me of a truck I saw a few months ago with the customary red flag attached to a protruding load..... the flag was heart-shaped. This is Thailand.

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    What is wrong with this woman? She must be the Virgin Mary.



    Why is this thread not a stickey?

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