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 Quote by Moonbear And this means mentors are allowed to leave and choose to do so? Say it ain't so!!
How did Stephen get out of his cage, Tom you were in charge of staff shackles!?!?!?!?
 Recognitions: Gold Member Homework Help Science Advisor Staff Emeritus He said, "Hey, look over there! A crackpot on the loose!" By the time I realized it was a ruse, he was gone.
 *BLUSHES* hehe, they already hate me in philo again bacause i'm an a\$! :) *moonwalks* ooops, sorry, gettin a lil carried away. Hey moonie! thanks for the discuss in the world airport topic, so interesting imo. Yes, my lack of mental facility is made up for with PURE BLIND LUCK. I just knew i had the hardest time understanding TOM's posts... so i knew he was the smartest.

 Quote by BoulderHead Hello Stephen, Do you remember who pigeonholed him as a mystic using his own words? Marley, huh? I assume the father more than the son? Take care, -BH
Actually i like ziggy too... he's underrated and just tears up the stage live.
Of course bob is the MAN. Bob marley is the first 'gangsta' musician imo. So honest... brutally honest. Even for his reported faults(everyone has those) he is still one of the most pure honest and amazing musicians... ever.
 1264 users online at one time?!?! jeeez, you must have had "shelob" crawlin around here that night?
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 Quote by marley.wannabee Actually i like ziggy too... he's underrated and just tears up the stage live.
His Dragonfly album I thought lacked something found in earlier material, but I have implied perhaps some dislike of his work when in fact I do very much enjoy same.
 Of course bob is the MAN. Bob marley is the first 'gangsta' musician imo. So honest... brutally honest. Even for his reported faults(everyone has those) he is still one of the most pure honest and amazing musicians... ever.
Bob Marley was surely a musical genius, imho. I still listen to his works occasionally even today and I have quite an extensive library of material from this artist. Changing gear somewhat, The Mighty Sparrow is a Calypso musician I have enjoyed since his early days and still tours regularly.
http://www.mightysparrow.com/
Putting forth risqué lyrics for the times, I found him a particular delight. Songs such as: Mr. Walker, Lying Excuses, Witch Doctor, Jean and Dinah, and Melda I could recommend.

Mr. Winston Rodney, of Burning Spear fame, is a dynamite artist himself.
http://www.burning-spear.com/

But enough of this, for it has wet my musical appetite so I’m off to spin some vinyl !
 hehe, topic digresion into reggae, *melikes* I listen to bob live at the roxy just about every day... i'm lucky to work at home so... it's all good. I'll check those reccomends out for sure. I don't know if 'president brown' has a wabsite... but he has some bada$$reggae. Yeah, pf got lucky when i suckered ker into joining. She has 1/2 of the hardest job in the forum... philo  Admin Stephen, please do the honors of posting Bob Marley in the thread - Favorite Frontman? in General Disussion forum. We left out reggae.  Quote by marley.wannabee *BLUSHES* hehe, they already hate me in philo again bacause i'm an a$$$$! :) Well, you didn't used to be. I remember really liking Stephen's posts in PF2... Oh, and lifegazer wasn't the only one we were afraid of. Remember Alexander? Both of them subjects for my "hurdles" threads, and both eventually banned. Oh, great, now I'm nostalgic...I think I'm gonna cry .  Recognitions: Gold Member Homework Help Science Advisor Staff Emeritus Well, lifegazer is currently haunting the JREF boards. You could always go visit him there.  Quote by Tom Mattson Well, lifegazer is currently haunting the JREF boards. You could always go visit him there. Oh, don't get me wrong. I don't miss "THE MIND" in the slightest...I'm just a little nostalgic for the old arguments.  well, some people think i'm an a$$, so.. i give them the benifit of the doubt :) Alexander, oh yes i do. I argued with him about the 'reality' of what 'numbers' may be and i was never really satisfied that he answered my questions to him, so i stopped bothering.

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 Quote by Mentat Oh, don't get me wrong. I don't miss "THE MIND" in the slightest...I'm just a little nostalgic for the old arguments.
I'm not, try having to wade through all that garbage.

 Quote by Kerrie I'm not, try having to wade through all that garbage.
I have always admired your patience and diligence in that regard (as well as in the case of Alexander, which went on even longer, IIRC).