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19 hours ago, iNow said:

I don’t understand the AmEx reference, but dug it, too. Thx for sharing 

The track was used as backing for an American Express commercial. 

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Does anyone like a YouTube channel that frequently discusses the scientific process, i.e the procedures, math, and analysis involved? Maybe it is a channel about rationalism, or merely a science channel, but it explores how ordinary people and/or scientists analyze the world or their data.

I am sending this entangled particle into the future. Please give me a reply back, if that is possible. Is it possible? Can the future determine the past via the observer effect? Well whatever. reply back.

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Here's a couple politically incisive shorts that I am thinking of.

Secular Talk: British People SHOCKED By American Healthcare Prices

Al Jazeera: Guterres warns UN may not have money to pay staff next month

 

PS, Kyle Kulinski is apprehensive about a dilution of the potential charges, others progressives think Trump is (regardless) screwed.  Mission (partially) accomplished...

Secular Talk:  Trump Keep Admitting War Crimes on Camera

 

I should have spotted my double plural.

Keeps!

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Loved it! And of course there was a hound dog walking by. 😁

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Where does all the mass come from?

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6 minutes ago, Moontanman said:

Where does all the mass come from?

In my case, it’s mostly all the craft beer

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For some reason YouTube won't play music, I'm currently thanking the lord for the musical tastes of SFN. Hallelujah🙏🏻

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A TEDx talk that brings up some wild points. 

https://youtu.be/_HytJn6uaRk

https://youtu.be/Qx7FDGpZQsQ

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I should be in bed, but it's Friday tomorrow so work can kiss my ass, I'm listening to this instead. Enjoy.

 

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On 2/20/2020 at 10:32 PM, Curious layman said:

I should be in bed, but it's Friday tomorrow so work can kiss my ass, I'm listening to this instead. Enjoy.

 

That video is amazing!

4 hours ago, Airbrush said:

 

Ahhhh!! 😁

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Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the Gladiators,  doing Freedom Train.  Take the freedom train home!

 

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The following song "Tropic Vibe" by Rankin Scroo and Ginger has a long history for me.  I first discovered reggae music the year after Bob Marley died in 1981.  Spinning the radio dial, on a Sunday afternoon, I stumbled upon Roger Steffens and Hank Holmes show the Reggae Beat.  Every Sunday afternoon my spiritual retreat was tuning into their show and eventually recording their entire 4-hour, then 2-hour show and later selecting out my few favorite songs on cassettes that I listened to on my Walkman while I commuted to and from work on the bus, through downtown LA.

This song, Tropic Vibe, was a favorite that I played over and over again, never tiring of it.  Hank Holmes played it on his show in 1985, but he misidentified it as a song by Sahra Indio, who once did a version of this song.  After I lost my cassette tape with Tropic Vibe I searched Sahra Indio and found her web site.  She even had the lyrics to Tropic Vibe, which I copied and saved.  But the song was not there.  I contacted her asking about her song Tropic Vibe but she didn't know where I could find it.  She suggested that it was actually Rankin Scroo and Ginger.  I later searched YouTube but could not find this song.

EIGHT years later I was trashing old emails, saving certain ones.  I found Sahra Indio's email to me suggesting the song was Rankin Scroo and Ginger.  Again I searched YouTube and FOUND IT!!  I notified Sahra Indio that I found the song and she expressed joy at this discovery, thanking me.  She asked it I knew of a "dub" version of it (instrumental version) that she could record her voice over.  Anyhow here is the song I was chasing for 3 decades.

 

I had a dream of the ocean blue

Sweet and warm always there for you

She's so happy, She's so lovely, She's so free

And in my traveling I find

I need Her WAVES just to sooth my mind

Cuz I'm neva, no not ever, never at ease

This country is very, very nice, but it's not the place for I

Absence makes the heart grow fonder they say

Good to know I have a resting place in the sun

Yeah in the sun

And everywhere is so very bright

Shining clear it's no ordinary light

Majesty and power, give it to She

And in the night I would sit on Her shore

Trying to give but I'm always taking more

Of Her magic and Her beauty, all Her mystery

These mountains are very very fine

But I could neva be satisfied

Till I am barefoot once again

Laughing in the sun with you my friend

In the sun....yeah in the sun

Instrumental

These mountains are very very fine

But I could neva be satisfied

Till I am barefoot once again

Laughing in the sun with you my friend

In the sun.....yeah in the sun....where I and I from

Tropic vibe, don't you be scared, where I and I from

Let me take you there

Tropic vibe, don't you be scared, where I and I from

Let me take you there

Juice from the mango, milk from the coconut

Tropic vibe is the vibe I really love

Juice from the mango, milk from the coconut

Tropic vibe is the vibe I really love

Love I love I love....de tropic vibe

Love I love I love yeah

Love I love I love....de tropic vibe

Love I love I love it yeah

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2 hours ago, Airbrush said:

The following song "Tropic Vibe" by Rankin Scroo and Ginger has a long history for me. 

Great song and even better story! Thanks for sharing Airbrush!

Here is an improved version of a country song by a great reggae band.

 

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Posted (edited)

Thanks for posting that zapatos!  That is a nice version I had never heard before.

In the 1982 movie "Countryman," during the fight scene, where Countryman defends himself against the corrupt cops that were ambushing him, using his staff martial arts, they played this song, Bam Bam, by Toots.

 

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Posted (edited)

Check this out. Radiooooo.com

Music from 1900-now, from anywhere in the world (almost). Just click on a decade then a country.

http://radiooooo.com/#

To change the song, change the mood setting- slow fast weird. It's in Beta mode so it's not perfect.

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