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Re: Anything in common by Dreamchild on 6 March 2003 6:30pm
 
I love Ravonus own it on tape as I love Guy Pearce ,but bought Ravenous at Blockbuster Previously viewed for 2 bucks because I saw Robert on the cover there are very few actors I would do this for MP of course is one of those actors you just know its worth watching with certain people..I use to play the guitar but have a problem my father gave me the curse of being tone def there was only so much I could fake..its not like I am tone def all the time like I can sing then totaly out of the blue will hit a rather sour note..Want to play piano always have its sucha romantic sound..
lol
Beth
 
Re: Anything in common by nottlob on 7 March 2003 4:44am
 
Thanks Katie! Speaking of instruments, I used to play the bass clarinet, only for a year though. I took art instead of band when I entered High School. I really wanted to play the saxaphone though :)
 
Re: Anything in common by Rusted on 7 March 2003 7:50am
 
LOL Katie. I've a feeling it'll be the same for me forever...I just don't have the time to practice my guitar too often. But that's okay, it's just cool to know how to play some songs and chords. :O)

Good luck playing at the wedding!

We had a few bass clarinet players in our band. The funniest thing was the bassoon, though. ;O)

~Mary
 
Re: Anything in common by Tracy on 7 March 2003 8:47am
 
I love The Bealtes/George Harrison as well! They are my favorite band, apart from Wave (a canadian band, met them three times...aaah!) I play guitar too. But yesterday my friend broke one of my strings. She managed to get her head out of the way of my fist just in time!
 
Re: Anything in common by ellenpc on 7 March 2003 11:56am
 
Hiya all :-}}

It warms the ....les of my heart to see so many fellow musician Palinites here. :-}}
Go forth and spam, err, 'jam!' :^}}

I second you Mary... best of luck for the wedding music Katie. :^} BTW, what are you going to play???

For my friends' wedding last month, I was playing the flute before, during and after the ceremony. The wedding was rather unusual, as it took place at a wildlife park, in front of the Shire Horses and stables. There were chickens, geese, ducks, turkeys, quail and pea....s roaming happily around while I was setting up my music stand ready to start playing. Just as I was putting the flute up to my lips, a rooster popped out of the bush beside me and started crowing for all he was worth!! To add insult to injury, the little bugger wasn't in tune!! This happened all the way through the service!! I swear this rooster was watching me out the corner of his eye, for no sooner had I lifted my flute up to toot away, off he went!! :^}

You know what they say, "never work with animals and/or children!!"

Ellen x
 
Re: Anything in common by ellenpc on 7 March 2003 12:02pm
 
This is very odd!?

Whenever I want to write ....les or pea...., the .... part is deleted!!

Is this an error, or some kind of censorship?????

What say you Webmaster???

Ellen
 
Re: Anything in common by ellenpc on 7 March 2003 12:04pm
 
To .... or not to ...., that is the question!!??
 
Re: Anything in common by ellenpc on 7 March 2003 12:13pm
 
Ahhmmm, lets try this instead...

Hiya all :^}

It warms the dickles of my heart to see so many fellow musician Palinites here. :-}

and...

There were chickens, geese, ducks, turkeys, quail and peadicks roaming happily around while I was setting up my music stand etc. etc.

Is that better???? :^}

Ellen
 
Re: Anything in common by Miss-M on 7 March 2003 12:41pm
 
LOL Ellen! A few of us noticed that some words are censored after using the chat room! Eh, Mary? *Hehe*

Cheers,
Michelle :)
 
Re: Anything in common by pandk2 on 9 March 2003 3:45am
 
I love history too, maybe an interest in travel and history goes hand in hand?
Judy the Queen's last name is Windsor, is'nt it?
As for Robert Carlyle, he's one of my favourites too..anyone seen his movie called"Face"? Its pretty grungy..in true Robert Carlyle style!
:) Karen
 
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