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#1107224 - 11/22/04 10:04 PM Does anyone else spend too much time in the forums?  
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I spend WAY too much time in the PW forums, when I SHOULD be practicing the piano. It's almost like a catch 22 though; I get so much good information from everybody (well, almost everybody...) that it is just time well-spent. But I still feel guilty... whome


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#1107225 - 11/22/04 10:14 PM Re: Does anyone else spend too much time in the forums?  
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Yeah Jerry I do agree that we can pick up alot of good stuffs here but I am trying to spend more time on practical practising than surfing the forum when I am at home.


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A chat a day drive all loneliness away,
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#1107226 - 11/23/04 06:11 AM Re: Does anyone else spend too much time in the forums?  
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Yes, this can be a problem at first as you will learn a lot here but after a while you will become very selective it what you read and reply to.


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#1107227 - 11/23/04 07:31 AM Re: Does anyone else spend too much time in the forums?  
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.....too weak to respond.......haven't eaten in days.......too busy surfing pw forums.......


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#1107228 - 11/23/04 10:16 AM Re: Does anyone else spend too much time in the forums?  
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I usually hang out on PW at work. Sometimes, when I'm not busy I can read lots of posts. PW doesn't conflict with practicing because I don't usually get on PW at the house.
Jon


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#1107229 - 11/27/04 11:24 AM Re: Does anyone else spend too much time in the forums?  
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I'm sorry. I don't understand the question. smile

Heh, heh. Well, I figure that I'll never make a decent living playing the piano, which means this is just a great hobby. Hobbies are supposed to be fun. PW is fun. So it's all good.

#1107230 - 12/04/04 10:11 PM Re: Does anyone else spend too much time in the forums?  
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Yes.. unfortunately I have recently developed a very aggressive dislike for trolls in Piano Forum.. I really need to let this go.

Time I should spend playing rather than unmasking.


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#1107231 - 12/09/04 05:03 PM Re: Does anyone else spend too much time in the forums?  
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i don't really understand this. i love piano more than anything else, and don't consider spending time on these forums more fun [and important] than practicing the piano.


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