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08-05-2013 Post does not mapped to Knowledge Tree
Stitch


Behind The Sun
Posts 235
Joined on 01-15-2009

Post #: 26
Post ID: 19818
Reply to: 19804
The LOL Guys
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"The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt." 
-Bertrand Russell

Nuff said


Kind Regards
Stitch
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Romy the Cat


Boston, MA
Posts 9,724
Joined on 05-28-2004

Post #: 27
Post ID: 19819
Reply to: 19818
It is over.
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I have got rid of that idiot. It is not that the audio query that he posted was unreasonable but he as a personality unfortunately had obvious “confusion” that made interaction with him wasteful. Interesting that a few weeks back I begin to write an essay on the subject of “Why Macondo- like horns”. In the essay I did not advocate the idea horns but rather the idea of multi-channeling contradicting what I do to the efforts of the people who use wider channels. I abandon to write that essay as there were many other thing on my plate than.  The interest to the subject still is there. I kind of was glad when the character above begins to question something but very fast it become apparent that it will be another internet idiot.  This “Lawrence” is from Illinois but he used server in Hessen Germany to post. Well, whatever motivations did drive him …I am glad that I will not be learning those motivations more.


"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
08-07-2013 Post does not mapped to Knowledge Tree
de charlus
Posts 94
Joined on 06-11-2013

Post #: 28
Post ID: 19860
Reply to: 19819
Music lovers have lives too
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I will always have trouble with the notion that persons who can neither spell, nor employ grammar to kindergarten level, could possess sufficient "music IQ" to tell us all how wrong we are - a group of persons apparently highly-educated, well-traveled, learned in many things and widely experienced in the finer things that life has to offer - en masse, even without submitting his own audio solution to the vast deficiencies that we not only possess, but nurture.That such a group should be so delusional is one thing, but that we should be aggressively accused of being so by another, and moreover another who offers no solution to our pressing dilemma, seems to me a little strange. I also consider it strange that such a vulgar person, devoid of all manners or etiquette, could be the familiar of all those preeminent classical musicians, unless perhaps he's the guy who sweeps up the dressing rooms after the performance. If tooling around this site has made me aware of one thing, it is that persons possessed of genuine "music IQ" tend to be so as part of a greater appreciation for all life's finer things, and are not sitting in dingy basements enjoying frottage with our record collections.

de Charlus
08-07-2013 Post does not mapped to Knowledge Tree
jeff1225
Posts 21
Joined on 01-10-2011

Post #: 29
Post ID: 19861
Reply to: 19860
I love this Tread
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This is a perfect example of an Internet Troll and time was wasted and brain cells were lost humoring him. Joined a few days ago to crap on the site and then move on. 
BTW, love the quote Stitch/Syntax. Thank you. 
08-08-2013 Post does not mapped to Knowledge Tree
Romy the Cat


Boston, MA
Posts 9,724
Joined on 05-28-2004

Post #: 30
Post ID: 19867
Reply to: 19860
So, he did.
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I do not think that spell, grammar or anything else for that matter is important. I also do not feel that "music IQ" is necessary connected to appreciation of other finer things. This is what we all love to feel, when we consider ourselves to be “special”, but unfortunately if we look into the subject more honest then it is not the case. We love to attribute to the individuals who evolved in classical music listening some kind of special ethical attribute, as classical music is kind of “guaranty”, it might be the case and it very much might not be true. One of the greatest opera connoisseurs that I know, the person with truly encyclopedia knowledge and phenomenal taste is in fact a criminal theft. Not the person who still from IRS but the guy who robs properties of helpless older people. I kid you not. I can give you a lot of stories of very series classical music collectors who acted as the most despicable douchebags. So, I would love to feel that that if person has rash from Chopin then he would not still your credit cared but it is not how it works. Do I need to mention how many high flying esthetes were working in those concentration camps?

Anyhow, this Lawrence guy is obviously not in this scale. He just a bit disturb individual, which is not a big deal itself but the problem is that his disturbance eradicates in him the capacity to engage complex subject, of even to understand the basics complex subjects. There is not need to blame him in this; he was a victim of whatever he was.  Obviously when he was portioning himself as some kind of final instance authority it was not good but it very fast moved from being ridicule to being comical. As the quote from one of my favorite movie say “Sweet heart, you can die with your pathetic little secret…”  So, he did….

The Cat


"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
10-11-2020 Post does not mapped to Knowledge Tree
rowuk


Germany
Posts 352
Joined on 07-05-2012

Post #: 31
Post ID: 25947
Reply to: 19819
It is really over
https://lawrence-harasim.muchloved.com


Whenever I feel blue, I start breathing again.
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