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that moment when you realize you have misplaced your cell phone yikes
luckily it only lasted a few moments big_smile

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That moment when you wished you had a time machine to only be at his 2005 RockPalast show. That and maybe 3 days at ancient Rome.  But that second thing can be easily foregone.

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That moment when... you're driving through the city, late at night in your new car and your satnav decides to change screen for no apparent reason....

All those who believe in psychokenesis raise my hand........

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That moment when you thank C2H5OH to make you able to crawl  through broken glass and don't feel pain at all. And you look at the spikes and you arre horrified - but no .... you can feel nothing.  Thank God for aneshesia.

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That moment when....i need to get back in the Bonamassa Forum flow, i work to much sad

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That moment when you listen to somebody talking about seeing the titans of music live https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hDo80ddn4Q

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That moment when your realize how badly your English sucks.  Despite years of learning you will never be able to get all the word plays, nuances and cultural references, let alone use it yourself correctly. And i am not even mentioning the slang  *bangs her head against the wall*

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reo l wrote:

That moment when your realize how badly your English sucks.  Despite years of learning you will never be able to get all the word plays, nuances and cultural references, let alone use it yourself correctly. And i am not even mentioning the slang  *bangs her head against the wall*

Reo I would advise not banging your head against the wall. You might say if you did you would be as dumb as a box of rocks!

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Your hard sweet and sticky

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That moment when you stumble upon the most interesting article you've read in a long while https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019 … saurs-died

It has nothing to do with the forum, but if the baseball thread can exist in off topics, why not this brilliant article? For the special few who can appreciate something like this and are able to read it to the end can not help myself but share.

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that moment when you are outside enjoying the beautiful scenery near your home with pleasant thoughts running through your head and all the sudden a nice breeze comes along, bringing with it the stench of the liquid manure thats just been spread on the neighboring farm big_smile

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You watch your 12 year old granddaughter play your father’s violin in an honors middle school string orchestra festival streamed live from Moscow, and you’re sharing the moment with your mother on her 99th birthday.
It just doesn’t get better than that folks!
Rick

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RickB wrote:

You watch your 12 year old granddaughter play your father’s violin in an honors middle school string orchestra festival streamed live from Moscow, and you’re sharing the moment with your mother on her 99th birthday.
It just doesn’t get better than that folks!
Rick

Wow !! Too Cool Rick !!!!

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Your hard sweet and sticky

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RickB wrote:

You watch your 12 year old granddaughter play your father’s violin in an honors middle school string orchestra festival streamed live from Moscow, and you’re sharing the moment with your mother on her 99th birthday.
It just doesn’t get better than that folks!
Rick


Wow, Rick, that must have been magical!  Happy for all!

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Thanks Gary and Sally. My mom had that violin of my late father restored and gave it to her great granddaughter when she seemed serious about it. She started at 4. She submitted a blind audition to the selection committee and got there. Our family was classically musical, dad on violin, mom on piano, me on cello and sis on flute. We’d play quartets my mom would arrange. The violin is a good one, the luthier said. 1890’s French and a good bow too. Worth some $, but priceless to see the legacy go down the line. 47 middle school aged kids from 17 international expat schools and 22 nationalities. She represented the J.F.Kennedy school in Berlin. They played difficult classical pieces with skill far beyond what you’d expect from kids that age. Bach, Vivaldi. They closed with the theme from Pink Panther.
It was indeed magic.
Rick

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