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  1. Biak

    Biak Boy from Illinois Staff Member

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    Usually don't find something that makes me stop and actually listen, but grab a glass of Wine, Scotch or whatever and take a few minutes to just be.


     
  2. Biak

    Biak Boy from Illinois Staff Member

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    Playing around on FB and this came up:

    Well someone must be on break at Arvig my internet sucks !

    Look up “Tuesday Afternoon” by the Moody Blues.
     
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    OpanaPointer I Point at Opana Staff Member WW2|ORG Editor

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    "On Patrol: First Shift" Waving at the SoCal neighborhoods I used to haunt when hunting deserters.
     
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    Want to know just how BADLY the Third Reich lost the war?

     
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    Biak Boy from Illinois Staff Member

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    Time to decompress. Damn! We really did have the best music. suckit gen z or whatever

     
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    Watch these young folks hearing "Thunderstruck" for the first time.

     
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    Biak Boy from Illinois Staff Member

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    This is a perfect example of what we were told and warned about in the 1960's ; DRUGS are not good.
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    can see the residual effects carrying over to our grandchildren. We lived through tough Times and maybe were too lax raising our families which in turn created an environment we're now paying for.
    Today we have self indulgent individuals pretending to "educate" others by showing how little they actually know. The cool thing is they're totally clueless.
     
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    How does Thunderstruck relate to drugs?
     
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    Biak Boy from Illinois Staff Member

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    I was inferring that the two folks sitting there talking amongst themselves with headphones on and being totally gobsmacked that there was such a thing as AC/DC and that this was a rock band, were the offspring of (possibly) someone who may have over indulged in the 1970's.
    Then again I'd have to be "educated" by an influencer on tictoe on the thing that passes as music now.
     
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    Well, you went wide afield from what I posted.
     
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    Biak Boy from Illinois Staff Member

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    For all my Grandkids out there. Listen to Grandpa's music.

    Preferably in Quadraphonic Sound. Otherwise known today as "Surround Sound"

     
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    You wanna see Bon Scott pay the recorder?

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    Biak Boy from Illinois Staff Member

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    Recorder is nice but ;;;;

     
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    Biak Boy from Illinois Staff Member

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    Nothing like 1972, dim lights, beautiful girl with long hair, music playing, incense burning and oh the memories.
     
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    I was 1 year old in 1972...I Googled Darwin 1972 and found this:
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    This is pre Cyclone Tracey - Darwin was to start again in 2-3 years time...
     
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    Biak Boy from Illinois Staff Member

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    You poor young Soul. You missed the best years of my life :p
     
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    Darwin Mantis..."Allo!"
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    And Mantis Shrimp...(Prawn)
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