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I'm glad it speaks to you. I like my men in women's clothing, too. But just for future reference, calling a trans person a drag queen is pretty ignorant.

Check out them 3 string blues on a shovel guitar:  

The entire Neil Young archives free for streaming. https://neilyoungarchives.com/info-card?track=t1975_1129_01

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The main characters of 'Frozen', dancing on Gangnam Style.

 

HILARIOUS

 

This YouTube has atm 101.960.369 views.

 

 

And the real Gangnam Style.

 

2.743.504.367 views....more then 2 billion...

 

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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2825218/

 

 

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/07/130724125028.htm

 

 

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3796266/

 

 

Okay, now I feel okay posting this Elliott Smith song, whom I'll post since this thread seems full of middle-aged men.

 

 

In retrospect this post was ironic in a few ways, but only now do I finally respect the power of music.

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http://theliberal.ie/florida-airport-shooting-update-army-veteran-held-in-connection-with-the-incident/

What I am listening to is what the guy in the above link listened. If you get more info on the above link you will find that this war veteran started hearing voices that told him to read ISIS literature. He went berserk on the airport and killed 5 people. His girlfriend says he is schizophrenic.

That is pure bullshit as Science has advanced enough to instruct you from nowhere. The symptoms resemble schizophrenia symptoms. This has happened with me too. AI tells be to do something and if I deny they threaten to kill me.

This is no conspiracy theory as the perpetrators are highly placed overriding decisions made by even President of USA.

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+1 StringJ! Part for the video, but most for what it led me to. After it finished, among the recommended videos was one by Sungha Jung playing a harp-ukulele. Now I'm listening to song after song by Sungha. Will be dipping in this well for days at least. 고맙습니다

 

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+1 StringJ! Part for the video, but most for what it led me to. After it finished, among the recommended videos was one by Sungha Jung playing a harp-ukulele. Now I'm listening to song after song by Sungha. Will be dipping in this well for days at least. 고맙습니다

문제 없어!!

 

What cool writing; never noticed Korean before.
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