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    I used to play chess a bit with the wife. We'd head over to a couple of favorite coffee houses after an evening out drinking. I was never all that good and haven't played in years. Good luck with your last few weeks. I know they seemed to drag on forever for me. My musical taste is all over the place. Today at the studio I was listening to Johnny Cash, The Modern Jazz Quartet, The Rolling Stones, Rameau's keyboard works, Rachmaninoff, and finally Mahler.
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    Neely... the Beatles thread you started just popped up again and I was surprised to find that at least as late as April you have still been around. How are things going? I'm off for the Summer and working in my studio with the aim of getting back into attempting to show (and perhaps even sell) my work again. I have a potential exhibition as soon as September. Thinking of the Beatles, I recently played the CD of The Magical Mystery Tour. I don't know if the UK sticks with the original EP or the expanded American version that includes Strawberry Fields, Penny Lane, All You Need is Love, etc... Anyway... I must admit I found this disc woefully underrated. Beyond the quality of the songs (including The Fool on the Hill and I Am the Walrus) I was quite blown away by the sophistication of the orchestration/instrumentation and the vocal harmonies. I still love the gritty, grungy sound of the Stones... which are really an antithesis... but the Beatles were really masters of pop music.
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    Would you like to vote in our Short Story Competition Final?

    http://www.online-literature.com/for...61#post1247061
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    Hey Neely, did you see this:

    http://www.online-literature.com/for...75#post1212575

    Pretty background, btw. Hope all is well with you.
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    Ack!!! A quarter of your account?! What did she buy? I know the feeling. My wife seems to want to compete with everyone else with regard to buying gifts for every possible holiday... and for every relative... no matter how removed... no matter that they haven't bothered to even send us a card in years.
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    Neely! I can't do all your work for you. Your man, Oscar is being slandered over on the "sensuality" and literature thread. I have done my part in offering an opposing voice... but surely your expertise will be of great assistance.
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    Last 3 days to post in our Short Story Competition Final:

    http://www.online-literature.com/for...ition-Final-12
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    Many thanks, Neely!
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    Would you like to vote in our Short Story Competition Final?

    http://www.online-literature.com/for...33#post1185033

    Many thanks.

    Scher
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