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Re: Relationship advice. Please help.
chercherchopin #1673771 05/08/11 03:58 PM
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'Friends of Saul'! How cool is that? Kind of like 'Friends of Bill' ... or 'Friends of Dorothy'. grin


How cool is that?

Lets just say its cooler then cool...

smokin

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(edit) Saul -- I misunderstood your question and gave an answer about my recital last month instead!
Let's see, my Chopin waltz 2 years ago -- that would have been at the Chopin competition in Warsaw.....I guess it was OK. smile

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Gees! What has happened to this thread??? I don't think I can discuss my situation anymore because the thread has gone off to another universe.

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MathTeacher #1673985 05/08/11 09:28 PM
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Originally Posted by MathTeacher
Gees! What has happened to this thread??? I don't think I can discuss my situation anymore because the thread has gone off to another universe.

You could. Many of us are still curious, and I daresay whatever you post will be better than whatever direction this was going.

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Mark_C #1673991 05/08/11 09:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Mark_C
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....'Friends of Dorothy'. grin

LOLOLOL!

(I had to google it......)

You had to google that, Mark? Well forgive me, but I thought -you know, living in NYC and such- you would have understood what that reference was about.



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argerichfan #1673994 05/08/11 09:37 PM
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Originally Posted by argerichfan
.....I thought -you know, living in NYC and such- you would have understood what that reference was about.

In New York, I guess there's no need to use expressions that avoid the issue, we just tell it straight.
No pun intended of course. ha

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Mark_C #1674001 05/08/11 09:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Mark_C
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....'Friends of Dorothy'. grin

LOLOLOL!

(I had to google it......)


I had to google 'friends of Bill, too. confused

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Originally Posted by MathTeacher
Gees! What has happened to this thread??? I don't think I can discuss my situation anymore because the thread has gone off to another universe.


Wow he's back
Welcome to the new, un-improved thread, MathTeacher!
It went off to another universe because we thought you had gone off to another universe.

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chercherchopin #1674039 05/08/11 10:36 PM
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Originally Posted by chercherchopin
'Friends of Saul'! How cool is that? Kind of like 'Friends of Bill' ... or 'Friends of Dorothy'. grin
Mark is not alone. I hate to admit it, but I thought it meant: people who liked the movie the Wizard of Oz. Live and learn.


Best regards,

Deborah
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Incidentally, there is something very specific that I look for in women, which occurs in about 1 in 10,000, and she has it.


I fail to see how the ability to reverse into a car park space is essential in a relationship.

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Hey I'm one in 10,000 laugh

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Well MathTeacher? Has she kicked you to the curb yet?

I don't really mean that as rudely as it sounds. People are complex, and I'm sure you have many fine qualities to bring to a relationship, but as other have noted, those qualities are not on display in this thread. If a relationship is what you really want, you should at least be aware of that fact. As a member of the 1 in 10,000 club myself (not only can I reverse park, I'm very tall), I have to say that your presentation here makes me want to practice flamenco on your fingers.


99% of what I produce at the piano is simply noise, but that other 1%? That's music.
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Originally Posted by MathTeacher
Gees! What has happened to this thread??? I don't think I can discuss my situation anymore because the thread has gone off to another universe.

Please do discuss it. It might pull the thread back into this universe, which would be very welcome.

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Gees! What has happened to this thread??? I don't think I can discuss my situation anymore because the thread has gone off to another universe.

Please do discuss it. It might pull the thread back into this universe, which would be very welcome.


Well, I was going to yesterday when I logged on. But the newly found lunacy in this thread made me reconsider. I have no idea what the reaction would be now.

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Originally Posted by gooddog
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'Friends of Saul'! How cool is that? Kind of like 'Friends of Bill' ... or 'Friends of Dorothy'. grin
Mark is not alone. I hate to admit it, but I thought it meant: people who liked the movie the Wizard of Oz. Live and learn.


... and I thought it referred to those who sat around the Algonquin Round Table with Dorothy Parker! Although that is one of the reputed sources of the phrase. As to its current implication : who knew? smile


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Originally Posted by chercherchopin
'Friends of Saul'! How cool is that? Kind of like 'Friends of Bill' ... or 'Friends of Dorothy'. grin
Mark is not alone. I hate to admit it, but I thought it meant: people who liked the movie the Wizard of Oz. Live and learn.


... and I thought it referred to those who sat around the Algonquin Round Table with Dorothy Parker! Although that is one of the reputed sources of the phrase. As to its current implication : who knew? smile


Apparently Judy Garland is some sort of Icon for this. I'll have to Google for the reason why. laugh

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MathTeacher #1674573 05/09/11 06:53 PM
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Why would anybody ask a bunch of musicians for relationship advice?


"Forget it, Jake. It's Chinatown."
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Well, some of us are able to maintain both a relationship and a career in music.. So we may have some tips..



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Why would anybody ask a bunch of musicians for relationship advice?


No kidding!

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Originally Posted by Damon
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Why would anybody ask a bunch of musicians for relationship advice?

No kidding!

Are you kidding? ha

It was very reasonable, considering who we have here. smile

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Originally Posted by Mark_C
Originally Posted by Damon
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Why would anybody ask a bunch of musicians for relationship advice?

No kidding!

Are you kidding? ha

It was very reasonable, considering who we have here. smile


I agree that the last people on earth I would ask for dating advise are musicians, and I'm not kidding.

Who do we have here?

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