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    We all love little bits of interesting information, and here's hoping everyone has something to add. I will start with ~
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    This is awesome, something I haven't heard before. Thank you Alex for posting this. Really enjoyed it.
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    As always, thank you Alex for your post. I have this album, and really appreciate hearing a track from it again. Been a long time since I listened to it. The first part of the track has a catchy rhythm to it, so you kinda wanta sway with it. Got intense in the middle, and then soft and soothing near the end, and then the end gets fast paced, slows, and then finalizes with an awesome trumpet. Oh how I love trumpets since my father used to play one. Listening to this track was like watching a TV episode or a movie; an entire story in 19 minutes.
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    There are loads of people who are great and good because, even in small ways, they make our lives just that little bit better. I went to one of our small local supermarkets today. I would never want to work in retail, because they can get so much abuse from customers, especially the drunks. The young woman on the checkout was lovely, and we had a giggle about how slow the card machine was working, "must be because it's Sunday". Such a tiny little thing but it was just that human connect, if you see what I mean. When I developed the rash, and google-diagnosed it as shingles, I phoned my GP practice just after 8 a.m. on the Monday (their busiest day). When I mentioned "shingles", the person on the phone immediately booked me in with one of the practice's nurse-practitioners for 11 a.m. that day. The nurse diagnosed shingles and prescribed meds to reduce the effects, approved the pain-relief schedule that I'd already put myself on, treated me as a sensible individual, and encouraged me to come back if things weren't going well. That's two people who cheerfully looked after me that day. The great and the good aren't always the big and the famous.
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    I don’t know how much of this was staged, nor how many takes were needed:
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    Wow, I didn't know that about farts Seethru, thanks for posting. Naturally, like everyone else, I don't like the smell, not even my own, contrary to some who do like the smell of their own. The rest of us have to tolerate it. Tidbit for today since we're chatting about body odor ~ Sweat itself is odorless. It's the bacteria on the skin that mingles with it and produces body odor.