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your hands Hurray!

The last time I did that was back in the late 1970's during a CARS concert. Van Halen opened up for them. I was like, "Who are those freaks?"  Who was this one guy in striped leotards playing lead guitar? This is dumb !  Green laugh

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    The last time I did that was back in the late 1970's during a CARS concert. Van Halen opened up for them. I was like, "Who are those freaks?"  Who was this one guy in striped leotards playing lead guitar? This is dumb !  Green laugh

    i never heard of the cars Blue Thinking


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      i never heard of the cars Blue Thinking

      I grew up with their music back in the 70's. In my opinion this song is the best one they wrote. A certain section within the lead guitar solo humbles me.

      Ahh, brings bacK good memories of when I was young, vibrant, and confronted everything head strong. Good old days!

       

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        I grew up with their music back in the 70's. In my opinion this song is the best one they wrote. A certain section within the lead guitar solo humbles me.

        Ahh, brings bacK good memories of when I was young, vibrant, and confronted everything head strong. Good old days!

         

        Guitar

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          I grew up with their music back in the 70's. In my opinion this song is the best one they wrote. A certain section within the lead guitar solo humbles me.

          Ahh, brings bacK good memories of when I was young, vibrant, and confronted everything head strong. Good old days!

           

          Wow, that does bring back memories. I bought that album when it first came out.  Cool

          Give someone a fish and feed them for a day. Teach them to use the internet and they won't bother you for weeks. 


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            Wow, that does bring back memories. I bought that album when it first came out.  Cool

            Good Old days, YUP. I wish I could go back. Those days were magical.


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              You speak in Tongs.  Green laugh

              tongs

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                You speak in Tongs.  Green laugh

                tongs

                Green laugh

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                  Good Old days, YUP. I wish I could go back. Those days were magical.

                  so you posting numbers or messing around i find you something you might like

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                    Wow, that does bring back memories. I bought that album when it first came out.  Cool

                    Awesome!!!

                    I actually still have a few Cars albums ... on both vinyl and 8-track!!!

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                      I've always thought that an autistic person (assuming that autism is anything like that portrayed in the movie "Rain Man") would surely be able to recognize patterns in a way that would be advantageous.

                      However, the unofficial, unseen, test-drawings would even throw a wrench into that.

                       

                      I agree that the test-drawings do keep things more "fair" for everyone ... keeping those with highly developed systems based on past drawings from having any kind of advantage.


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                        I've always thought that an autistic person (assuming that autism is anything like that portrayed in the movie "Rain Man") would surely be able to recognize patterns in a way that would be advantageous.

                        However, the unofficial, unseen, test-drawings would even throw a wrench into that.

                         

                        I agree that the test-drawings do keep things more "fair" for everyone ... keeping those with highly developed systems based on past drawings from having any kind of advantage.

                        For the "highly developed" among us, there is...

                        http://nkb.fr/numeracy_test/

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                          Can you describe this painting?

                          You aren't talking about KD and the Kirlian photographs per chance?


                          Sorry it took so long to track down the link to the lotto painting, only $185 to, I don't know what . . .

                          http://www.lottomillions.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=3&Itemid=4

                          If the direct link doesn't work start from the domain . . .

                          http://www.lottomillions.com/

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                            Sorry it took so long to track down the link to the lotto painting, only $185 to, I don't know what . . .

                            http://www.lottomillions.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=3&Itemid=4

                            If the direct link doesn't work start from the domain . . .

                            http://www.lottomillions.com/

                            BobP

                            very cool, by the way the book is on sale $21.21 w/ 2yr service plan $6.95=28.16

                            it's a 80 page book Smiley


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                              Sorry it took so long to track down the link to the lotto painting, only $185 to, I don't know what . . .

                              http://www.lottomillions.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=3&Itemid=4

                              If the direct link doesn't work start from the domain . . .

                              http://www.lottomillions.com/

                              BobP

                              The web site did NOT mention that Bob died broke............ No Nod

                                 
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