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I read the news today, oh boy!
#21
I tried to find the article and/or the video interview but I cannot find it..

basically he called Trump "loathesome" and "a disgusting grub" for his comments about women...
Trump has been condemned by all political leaders here of the major parties.

maybe Bob_32 could help in locating the articles???
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#22
Music Head Wrote:saw this on our news this morning
unreal

This practice of 'baiting' sharks is just plain stupid. It seems there is no end to man's stupidity when it comes to seeking out new 'thrills'. As a species we just know how to completely f*** up the balance of nature. And of course, in time, we will wonder what happened to all the animals and creatures that are being wiped out at an alarming rate.

Has anyone seen the documentary 'The Cove' about the wholesale slaughter of dolphins by Japanese fisherman? I felt physically sick after seeing it. The human race is a bloody disgrace.
'The purpose of life is a life of purpose' - Athena Orchard.
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#23
Sorry if I am being a stick in the mud here (what the hell does that mean anyway???) but I get really angry when animals are abused simply to satisfy human 'need'. We all eat meat, and to be quite honest I am uncomfortable with that as well even though I am just as guilty, but when it comes to things like horse racing, dog racing, birds fighting to the death and all that shit, it just leaves me cold. Some humans think that this is OK. I think those self same humans need to be locked up. There is something fundamentally wrong in their heads.
'The purpose of life is a life of purpose' - Athena Orchard.
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#24
anyone interested in the subject of Ancient Egypt will be interested in this story:

BTW, has anyone ever visited Egypt at all?
me, i'd love to go there but with all the turmoil in the mid-east I wouldn't even contemplate it.

http://www.msn.com/en-au/news/world/two-...li=AAgfLCP
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#25
CRAZY-HORSE Wrote:anyone interested in the subject of Ancient Egypt will be interested in this story:

BTW, has anyone ever visited Egypt at all?
me, i'd love to go there but with all the turmoil in the mid-east I wouldn't even contemplate it.

http://www.msn.com/en-au/news/world/two-...li=AAgfLCP

That is a really cool discovery! I would love to visit Egypt one day.
No one is born hating another person because of his skin color, his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate. ~Nelson Mandela
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#26
Yes I have been to Egypt. The Valley of the Kings is a fascinating place. As is the Giza plateau, Luxor, Karnak Temple etc. etc. It is difficult to describe the place but it's like stepping back in time. Would love to go again. A million different things to see if you have any interest in history. And if you ever go to the main museum in Cairo give yourself at least a day to see everything on offer. Mind-boggling amount of things on display. Fascinating place that will have you spellbound.

My track 'Saharan Haze' from my first project 'Into Imagined Lands' is as a direct result of visiting Egypt. http://auralscapes.com/project1.htm starts at 194.28 to around 261.20 mark (small counter bottom left).
'The purpose of life is a life of purpose' - Athena Orchard.
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#27
Read Robert Bauval's book 'Secret Chamber'.
'The purpose of life is a life of purpose' - Athena Orchard.
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#28
Jerome Wrote:Yes I have been to Egypt. The Valley of the Kings is a fascinating place. As is the Giza plateau, Luxor, Karnak Temple etc. etc. It is difficult to describe the place but it's like stepping back in time. Would love to go again. A million different things to see if you have any interest in history. And if you ever go to the main museum in Cairo give yourself at least a day to see everything on offer. Mind-boggling amount of things on display. Fascinating place that will have you spellbound.

My track 'Saharan Haze' from my first project 'Into Imagined Lands' is as a direct result of visiting Egypt. http://auralscapes.com/project1.htm starts at 194.28 to around 261.20 mark (small counter bottom left).

A very good track, Jerome!
No one is born hating another person because of his skin color, his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate. ~Nelson Mandela
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#29
Many thanks. It's small comments like that, that make it all worthwhile. 'Into Imagined Lands' was my first project and took me years to put together - mainly because I was learning about recording technology etc. and making quite a lot of mistakes along the way as well. It is what it is.
'The purpose of life is a life of purpose' - Athena Orchard.
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#30
Jerome Wrote:Yes I have been to Egypt. The Valley of the Kings is a fascinating place. As is the Giza plateau, Luxor, Karnak Temple etc. etc. It is difficult to describe the place but it's like stepping back in time. Would love to go again. A million different things to see if you have any interest in history. And if you ever go to the main museum in Cairo give yourself at least a day to see everything on offer. Mind-boggling amount of things on display. Fascinating place that will have you spellbound.

My track 'Saharan Haze' from my first project 'Into Imagined Lands' is as a direct result of visiting Egypt. http://auralscapes.com/project1.htm starts at 194.28 to around 261.20 mark (small counter bottom left).

I just noticed the reply Jerome...
ive never been there, I could imagine Egypt, Valley Of The Kings being difficult to describe mate, I mean you couldn't do the place justice anyway...
I will check out that track over the weekend when im here on my own and can put the cans on...
ive written down RB's "secret chamber" book as one to look out for when im browsing second hand book dealers also.
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