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RE: OT Things to ponder - 1/18/2018 3:15:50 PM   
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RE: OT Things to ponder - 1/18/2018 4:28:28 PM   
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RE: OT Things to ponder - 1/18/2018 10:07:16 PM   
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So, I'm working on my turn and listening to Beethoven's 9th. There's only one who can be compared to Beet and that's Mozart. Brahms and St. Saens may sound like immitations, but that's not fair to them. So B. was completely deaf when he wrote the 9th. Nonetheless he could hear better than me. Geez

Mozart composed much more orderly, predictable pieces than Beethoven who threw a lot of surprises (like the sudden opening of his Fifth Symphony) and pregnant silences at you. I forget which critic it was that said Wagner was not a good composer because he did not know how to use silence.
I know, I know - I don't know when to shut up either!

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RE: OT Things to ponder - 1/18/2018 11:21:40 PM   
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So, I'm working on my turn and listening to Beethoven's 9th. There's only one who can be compared to Beet and that's Mozart. Brahms and St. Saens may sound like immitations, but that's not fair to them. So B. was completely deaf when he wrote the 9th. Nonetheless he could hear better than me. Geez

Mozart composed much more orderly, predictable pieces than Beethoven who threw a lot of surprises (like the sudden opening of his Fifth Symphony) and pregnant silences at you. I forget which critic it was that said Wagner was not a good composer because he did not know how to use silence.
I know, I know - I don't know when to shut up either!

Hear, hear!

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RE: OT Thighs to ponder - 1/19/2018 1:15:43 PM   
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So, I'm working on my turn and listening to Beethoven's 9th. There's only one who can be compared to Beet and that's Mozart. Brahms and St. Saens may sound like immitations, but that's not fair to them. So B. was completely deaf when he wrote the 9th. Nonetheless he could hear better than me. Geez

Mozart composed much more orderly, predictable pieces than Beethoven who threw a lot of surprises (like the sudden opening of his Fifth Symphony) and pregnant silences at you. I forget which critic it was that said Wagner was not a good composer because he did not know how to use silence.
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RE: OT Thighs to ponder - 1/19/2018 1:21:33 PM   
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RE: OT Things to ponder - 1/19/2018 1:29:18 PM   
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Picture taken by the rancher before the sun went down. We din't take pics of the bird when we had her to keep her calm.






She still has her "Baby Face". Any idea how the lead poisoning happened? Eating a carcass with lead bullets embedded? Keep us updated.

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RE: OT Things to ponder - 1/19/2018 1:32:19 PM   
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RE: OT Things to ponder - 1/19/2018 1:40:55 PM   
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RE: OT Things to ponder - 1/19/2018 1:48:46 PM   
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RE: OT Things to ponder - 1/19/2018 3:28:37 PM   
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Anyone seen 'shut up Carl memes'?

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RE: OT Things to ponder - 1/19/2018 3:29:33 PM   
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RE: OT Things to ponder - 1/19/2018 3:29:49 PM   
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RE: OT Things to ponder - 1/19/2018 3:30:09 PM   
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RE: OT Things to ponder - 1/19/2018 3:30:26 PM   
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RE: OT Things to ponder - 1/19/2018 3:30:54 PM   
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RE: OT Things to ponder - 1/19/2018 3:31:11 PM   
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RE: OT Things to ponder - 1/19/2018 3:32:47 PM   
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RE: OT Thighs to ponder - 1/19/2018 5:04:21 PM   
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It's meme central today lol

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RE: OT Thighs to ponder - 1/20/2018 5:20:03 PM   
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RE: OT Thighs to ponder - 1/20/2018 8:21:23 PM   
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LMAO ......

OK, that just made my whole day ......

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RE: OT Things to ponder - 1/23/2018 2:46:48 AM   
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Due to the time of year they think the lead came from lead shot from fowl hunting, bullets in deer or antelope meat, or less likely fishing weights. She is doing better, eating more and keeping it down. New blood test today and I think the results come back tomorrow.
To get the lead out they is some chemical they inject that removes the lead, not sure how though.

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RE: OT Thighs to ponder - 1/23/2018 1:44:35 PM   
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Gawd, I needed that

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RE: OT Thighs to ponder - 1/25/2018 3:04:46 PM   
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Meine Brüder verschickt mir diese zitat:

From the book World War I, by H.P. Willmott, under the heading "Shortages
in Germany":

Bread became so scarce in the German capital that an escaping British
prisoner-of-war was recaptured when his sandwich, made of white bread
and obtained in a parcel from home, gave him away.

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RE: OT Thighs to ponder - 1/25/2018 3:08:22 PM   
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Life in a polygamous society means an awful lot of poor guys get left out in the cold and are lonely at night, leading to ...





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RE: OT Thighs to ponder - 1/25/2018 3:19:17 PM   
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RE: OT Thighs to ponder - 1/25/2018 3:30:54 PM   
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Those look like porn stars with their tattoos.

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RE: OT Thighs to ponder - 1/25/2018 3:41:55 PM   
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Meine Brüder verschickt mir diese zitat:

From the book World War I, by H.P. Willmott, under the heading "Shortages
in Germany":

Bread became so scarce in the German capital that an escaping British
prisoner-of-war was recaptured when his sandwich, made of white bread
and obtained in a parcel from home, gave him away.




I was going to write a pun about bread but I thought you would find it rather stale.

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RE: OT Thighs to ponder - 1/25/2018 3:47:15 PM   
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Those look like porn stars with their tattoos.





Camels look like porn stars to you?

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RE: OT Thighs to ponder - 1/25/2018 3:53:30 PM   
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Gossip is... She dresses like a slut.




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