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  1. Neetu's Avatar
    Yes, it does get crazier and crazier...not sure how much longer I can watch it, but hell, that music keeps me hooked! I've watched about 15 episodes and it's definitely getting whacky.

    Quote Originally Posted by Space Cadet
    The show just kept getting crazier and crazier. Too much for me, at the time, I think. I will have to revisit the show. Thanks for sharing. w
  2. Space Cadet's Avatar
    The show just kept getting crazier and crazier. Too much for me, at the time, I think. I will have to revisit the show. Thanks for sharing. w
  3. Winston's Avatar
    All I know is Sharp, or Extra Sharp. My Lady likes it like that, too.
    Again, some get it... and some order Mild or Medium. Life is too short for Mild.
  4. Plasticweld's Avatar
    What a great story, thanks for sharing your experience. It is refreshing to read an intelligent piece, that lets me experience a real happening through the eyes of the writer.
  5. Winston's Avatar
    It sounds like you have some rich life experiences to share.
    I can't wait to hear more from you.
  6. Neetu's Avatar
    I probably would never have been introduced to that voice were it not for Peaky Blinders, but there is that gravelly, powerful quality to it which along with the lyrics gets to you.



    Quote Originally Posted by Space Cadet
    This is great. I haven't heard the WHOLE song before, I don't think. I remember watching the first 2 or 3 seasons of this show -- Peeky Blinders. Yes. I've heard this whole song. I love it. The words and whole song washes over me, send shivers down the polyphonic highway where no instruments or beats get in the way of each other, all having a WIDE EQ SPREAD.
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  8. Space Cadet's Avatar
    This is great. I haven't heard the WHOLE song before, I don't think. I remember watching the first 2 or 3 seasons of this show -- Peeky Blinders. Yes. I've heard this whole song. I love it. The words and whole song washes over me, send shivers down the polyphonic highway where no instruments or beats get in the way of each other, all having a WIDE EQ SPREAD.
  9. Space Cadet's Avatar
    This is great. I haven't heard the WHOLE song before, I don't think. I remember watching the first 2 or 3 seasons of this show -- Peeky Blinders. I really enjoyed it, and this song was always a treat each episode.
  10. Neetu's Avatar
    Nice! I seem to be haunted by
  11. Asmoab's Avatar
    This has been an interesting thread to read. It seems you all have some history. It's slightly easier to approach an established crowd on the internet, than in the playground, but not much. Here goes anyway.

    I don't buy the world's going to shit view. Find a paper, or pamphlet, from any period in the last 300 years. The narrative is common - the youth of today are deteriorating, somebody will be promoting a credible end of the world scenario, there are innumerable examples of man's inhumanity to man.

    It's the human condition, it has black and white and everything in between in any population or any one brain. You've got to live it, so why not enjoy it. If rose tinted specs make the world look brighter than wearing sunglasses, choose the rose stinted ones. The view they give is no more or less accurate than the sunglasses, but the world looks better.

    I'm a newbie. I'd wondered if Winston's post was so over the top it was a writing exercise.
  12. Asmoab's Avatar
    What's not to like? A moment of connection ... and seriously strong cheddar... can it get better?
  13. -xXx-'s Avatar
    happening indeed!
    *wafts some sharp cheddar*
    *wonders what post on 8 oz would be*

  14. dither's Avatar
    BFB,

    I've got that T-Shirt and there's no way back.
  15. BornForBurning's Avatar
    Winston I get your feelings, because I have felt them. Very strongly. But I disagree. Here's one 'cold' truth, cold like steel: the more you cut yourself off from others, the more you cut yourself. One more person you don't give a damn about is one more open wound. It's like lopping off a limb each time one gets bruised. In the end, you end up powerless and isolated. There's only one self-made uberman, and that's God. You can't run forever.

    A warning: speaking from personal experience, to be alone, truly alone, and at the mercy of the things that lurk in the dark is a fate worse than death.

    Happy New Year, and I hope things go well for you. Good luck with weird family btw; I've got those people too
  16. dither's Avatar
    Good post Glasshouse, there is much truth, unfortunately, in what you say.
  17. Ma'am's Avatar
    Omg, I love this. Thank you!
  18. Theglasshouse's Avatar
    People experience real life consequences of how others treat them such as myself. I had depression since high school and maybe earlier. All because if you don't respect people other things could happen very likely in the mental areas off life such as depression. In high school before entering in as sophomore I was innocent on how people behaved. I developed anxiety and would cover my face because people behaving badly in class.

    We are innocent to many people we have no idea how they can harm us even as adults. If you will childhood is a mirror to adulthood. To me adulthood never ends. We are influenced by many things that happen when children. It is these sorts of people that when they aren't corrected could harm someone without knowing it.

    I grew up. I doubt I will be easily influenced by people who claim they are kind towards other people.

    But in practice these very people want to get away with their behavior even when unethical because they got away with abuse.

    This is my personal anecdote from mental disease, and it has nothing to do with the opening post. I wish I could share an experience and not quote a post instead. Since I will probably sound ignorant. I am not sure what the post in the blog was about. I posted it because it's better to inductively understand points from another person's lifetime experiences.
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