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    This is an epic thread

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    Eh, I like some of the more popular ones.
    Canon in D comes to mind first.
    I've got the techno version for jogging. Wicked fun.
    I also like some string quartet versions of my favorite songs.

    Without artisans, there would be no side conversations or tangents.

    (oops, forgot to add the quote- this is for walking tourist!)

    Without Artisans, the word "oops" may not have been invented.

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    Hi Shortnsweet,

    Hee hee.
    I say "oops" a lot.


    I like canon in D. I've never heard the techno version, though. Two other classical pieces that might be good for jogging are Sabre Dance by Khachaturian and Flight of the Bumblebees by Rimsky-Koraskov (my mom calls him "Rimsky-Coffeepot"!)
    But I digress.
    With that music, however, you might end up by running really fast. Flight of the Bumblebees is, I've heard, one of the fastest songs ever written.
    Without artisans, there would be no digressions and everyone would stay on task. I shudder at the thought!!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    Eh, I like some of the more popular ones.
    Canon in D comes to mind first.
    I've got the techno version for jogging. Wicked fun.
    I also like some string quartet versions of my favorite songs.

    Without artisans, there would be no side conversations or tangents.

    (oops, forgot to add the quote- this is for walking tourist!)

    Without Artisans, the word "oops" may not have been invented.
    I'm a little teapot, short and stout. Here is my handle and here is my spout. Every time I steam up, I give a shout. Just tip me over and pour me out.

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    Bah. I 'Oops' all the time... In fact, the more 'Oops' moments in a day, the more fun it is
    Embrace the possibilities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    Eh, I like some of the more popular ones.
    Canon in D comes to mind first.
    I've got the techno version for jogging. Wicked fun.
    I also like some string quartet versions of my favorite songs.

    Without artisans, there would be no side conversations or tangents.

    (oops, forgot to add the quote- this is for walking tourist!)

    Without Artisans, the word "oops" may not have been invented.
    Techno OWNS

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    Well I for one hate classical music!

    (sneaks out of thread.)
    I know a few you will most definatly like. (Their quite new age classical though. :P )


    With Gun & Crucifix

    Entering the Stronghold

    That's my classical kinda music.



    As for music in general. Techno is too sterile to my liking. I'm all for inspirational trance music though. And I'll shoot anyone who dares to say trance and techno is the same.
    ~Self-depricating Megalomaniacal Superwolf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    *Glares back at the ESTP*

    What? It's been a life-long dream of mine to eliminate poor grammar and colloquialisms. If getting rid of SPs will make significant inroads towards that goal... sorry, but you've got to go.
    Just the other day I was trying to explain there, their and they're to my ISTP, he didn't care and used the wrong version in a post just to annoy me... I sometimes think they do it on purpose you know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by janey_girl View Post
    Just the other day I was trying to explain there, their and they're to my ISTP, he didn't care and used the wrong version in a post just to annoy me... I sometimes think they do it on purpose you know!
    Their is no SP I know who would do that kind of thing.

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    That is not type related. It's called sore losing and stubborness. :P
    ~Self-depricating Megalomaniacal Superwolf

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Their is no SP I know who would do that kind of thing.
    SPs damn you for being so adorable that we forgive you and love you despite - or probably because of your ability to irritate...

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