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    03 May '17 17:27
    Sometimes things get too heavy here. Find your sweetie and listen.

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  2. Standard memberkaroly aczel
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    03 May '17 22:311 edit
    Originally posted by JS357
    Sometimes things get too heavy here. Find your sweetie and listen.

    [youtube]xnKAlVoKHXs[/youtube]
    I didn't like it.

    Nice sentiment however, but I still like "Where is my mind" better 😀

    edit: maybe it's the lack of a 'sweetie' that's the problem for me 😛
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    06 May '17 10:16
    Originally posted by JS357
    Sometimes things get too heavy here. Find your sweetie and listen.

    [youtube]xnKAlVoKHXs[/youtube]
    I liked this a lot, even though I've never heard of these people, and I thought I'd listened to a lot of blues and jazz. I love the minimalist approach, and with a good torch singer, you can easily get away with the drumset, string bass and piano trio (even though I thought the piano guy was a bit 'ham-handed'... he could probably improve with some dexterity exercises).

    So even though I thought the title was "just a bad come-on line" we've all heard at the bars, the tune and the performance overall was charming. Thanks for sharing this.
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    06 May '17 11:27
    Originally posted by JS357
    Sometimes things get too heavy here. Find your sweetie and listen.
    The first and the last are telling it all
    Telling you loud but selling it small
    I'm taking a swing at this shadow of mine
    Crucifix hangs and my heart's in my mouth
    Heaven's in here

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  5. Standard memberKellyJay
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    06 May '17 11:29
    Originally posted by JS357
    Sometimes things get too heavy here. Find your sweetie and listen.

    [youtube]xnKAlVoKHXs[/youtube]
    I enjoyed it, thanks!
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    06 May '17 11:34
    Originally posted by Suzianne
    I liked this a lot, even though I've never heard of these people, and I thought I'd listened to a lot of blues and jazz. I love the minimalist approach, and with a good torch singer, you can easily get away with the drumset, string bass and piano trio (even though I thought the piano guy was a bit 'ham-handed'... he could probably improve with some dexterity ...[text shortened]... all heard at the bars, the tune and the performance overall was charming. Thanks for sharing this.
    I like this side of you.
  7. SubscriberSuzianne
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    07 May '17 12:17
    Originally posted by apathist
    I like this side of you.
    Well, here's a hint, I'm a lot more like this in "real life" than what you see here, especially in this forum.

    I suspect others are too, even though they may claim they're not. It's just a matter of degree.
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    07 May '17 14:50
    Originally posted by Suzianne
    Well, here's a hint, I'm a lot more like this in "real life" than what you see here, especially in this forum.
    I am more or less the same here as I am in "real life". But you admit you are not. Do you think you may have a bit of online disinhibition syndrome?
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    07 May '17 16:40
    Originally posted by FMF
    ... online disinhibition syndrome?
    If we are faking, that started long before we signed up.
  10. SubscriberSuzianne
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    22 May '17 07:41
    Originally posted by FMF
    I am more or less the same here as I am in "real life". But you admit you are not. Do you think you may have a bit of online disinhibition syndrome?
    "I suspect others are too, even though they may claim they're not. It's just a matter of degree." -- Suzi

    Do you have an online "used car salesman" syndrome? Yes, you do. Is this the same you as in "real life"? You only sell your own brand of perception. You seem totally unaware that others see things differently.
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    22 May '17 07:49
    Originally posted by Suzianne
    You only sell your own brand of perception. You seem totally unaware that others see things differently.
    The opinions I express are my own, it's true. And I am totally aware that there are others who see things differently. Whose "brand of perception" do you express?
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    22 May '17 23:36
    Originally posted by Suzianne
    Well, here's a hint, I'm a lot more like this in "real life" than what you see here, especially in this forum.

    I suspect others are too, even though they may claim they're not. It's just a matter of degree.
    I'm taller in real life.
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    30 May '17 12:38
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    I'm taller in real life.
    I eat more sandwiches.
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