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#1079852 - 01/02/05 06:47 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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But if that's the case, can it please be Gary Oldman who next visits me at midnight??
3hearts 3hearts


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#1079853 - 01/02/05 06:53 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Gary Oldman! Good one! thumb Have to go feed everyone and then practice those D**** two measures!


You will be 10 years older, ten years from now, no matter what you do - so go for it!

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#1079854 - 01/02/05 09:02 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Change is good! Wanted to see my new avatar.


You will be 10 years older, ten years from now, no matter what you do - so go for it!

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#1079855 - 01/02/05 09:03 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Just playing around!


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#1079856 - 01/03/05 03:31 AM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Marc, Steve Cohen hosted a D.C. get-together sometime in 2003 or 2004. I can't recall, and I couldn't make it. I'm told playing was optional, though.

I'd love for all of us to get together one of these days, even if we just do it at a piano store.

Cindy -- whose Estonia has never been touched by anyone outside the family other than the tech(s). FWIW

#1079857 - 01/03/05 03:00 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Wouldn't that be fun?!?!?!?!?


You will be 10 years older, ten years from now, no matter what you do - so go for it!

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#1079858 - 01/03/05 03:18 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Wouldn't that be fun?!?!?!?!?
Yes, if:

A. I don't have to play.

B. There are no male hula dancers.


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#1079859 - 01/03/05 03:21 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Hmm - I'll agree to B., but not to A. You would be among friends. smile


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#1079860 - 01/03/05 03:29 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Hmm - I'll agree to B., but not to A. You would be among friends. smile
Not after playing, I wouldn't!


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#1079861 - 01/03/05 05:28 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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I'll play AND be a hula dancer. Might as well go all out... eek

BTW, I noticed my avatar makes me look bald because the brick in the background is the same color as my dark hair (I have a crew cut). I'm not bald, and I would make a fine hula dancer! cool


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#1079862 - 01/03/05 06:17 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Jerry Luke: "I'll play AND be a hula dancer."

Now *that* would be fun to watch!


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#1079863 - 01/04/05 01:30 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Teachum,
Is this your idea of a "tea party"? I'd like to expand beyond tea, if that's the case...


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#1079864 - 01/04/05 01:33 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Maybe teachum meant Long Island iced tea.


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#1079865 - 01/04/05 01:38 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Maybe teachum meant Long Island iced tea.
Or Mai Tai's...To go with the male hula dancers, of course! :t:


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#1079866 - 01/04/05 01:42 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Finally the :t: graemlin can be put to good use! Although I think we 86d the male hula dancers a while back, with the exception of a solo dance courtesy of Jerry.


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#1079867 - 01/04/05 03:20 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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HOT Hula Dancers, if I might add! Hey - it's my party - no 86'in the male hula dancers. But, we can be inclusive and have female too. Then everyone will be happy!


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#1079868 - 01/04/05 03:45 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Then the male and female hula dancers will run off with each other, leaving the rest of us there to sip our mai tais and long island iced teas while teachum and adagiolady regale us with their piano virtuosity. I'm in! Can I bring the wife and kids?


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#1079869 - 01/04/05 03:55 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Sure, why not. We'll keep it no more than PG 13.


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#1079870 - 01/04/05 04:05 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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I was in a business meeting one time and we were at the 'roundtable' part of the meeting, and when it came my turn, I had nothing to add to the meeting. My boss said "You have *nothing* to add?", and I said "No, I don't. I suppose I could get out my harmonica and play a few tunes, if you'd like." I was being a smart-alec, and my boss said "Good, next meeting I expect you to bring your harmonica." Needless to say, I brushed up on a few tunes and sure enough, next meeting I was made to play in front of the whole group.

I feel like I'm in a similar situation now. cool smile


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#1079871 - 01/04/05 05:13 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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teachum: "Sure, why not. We'll keep it no more than PG 13."

But my kids are only seven (well, almost eight), five, and two.

Jerry Luke: "My boss said "You have *nothing* to add?", and I said "No, I don't. I suppose I could get out my harmonica and play a few tunes, if you'd like." I was being a smart-alec, and my boss said "Good, next meeting I expect you to bring your harmonica."

It's a good thing you didn't say, "I suppose I could get out my grass skirt and do a hula dance if you'd like."


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#1079872 - 01/04/05 05:20 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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markb- laugh


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#1079873 - 01/04/05 08:18 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Jerry:

I just noticed that you're over in Tillamook. Waaaay too cold to be hula dancing over at the coast!

eek

#1079874 - 01/04/05 10:43 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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AdagioM- That's for sure. Especially this week! Best to stay inside and practice the piano. Sometimes in the summer we go down to the beach and have a luau, complete with buried pig. :t:

(No hula dancers).


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#1079875 - 01/05/05 09:07 AM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Sounds like piano people know how to party! Too bad I'm in Texas, sounds like a party I'd like to attend. Mai tais, male hula dancers and piano playing. What could be better than that?

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Just what is this big fascination with male hula dancers?!?! If you must feed your obsession, please transfer your PW membership to www.malehuladancerworld.com.


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#1079877 - 01/05/05 10:28 AM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Markb, ya gotta help me! The link doesn't work! wink

Oh, hush. You all know you clicked on it too.

#1079878 - 01/05/05 11:45 AM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Didn't work for me either, I think he just made it up to mess with us!

I've just never been to a party with male hula dancers, and I never expected to read about such an event on Piano World! I have been to a party with a male stripper, but that was quite some time ago...

#1079879 - 01/05/05 12:15 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Sorry about that link. I forgot that they changed it. Check out the Web site for the International Brotherhood of Male Hula Dancers at www.iamgullible.com.


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#1079880 - 01/05/05 02:28 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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Dang it. That didn't work either!

Stupid browser!

#1079881 - 01/05/05 02:35 PM Re: Piano/Tea Party  
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BTW, this thread should either end or be renamed. I feel the testosterone drip, drip, dripping away every time I post in the "Piano/Tea Party" thread.


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