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  1. Not sure about my future. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vuudq9enI4
  2. Dubtribe Sound System - Do It Now
  3. The Myth of Sisyphus by Albert Camus. It's a philosophical (existentialist) essay which should prep me before I embark on the much more comprehensive Being and Nothingness by Jean Paul Sartre. I seem to subscribe to much of the existentialist school of philosophy, though whether learning more about it will be good for my psychological well-being remains to be seen.
  4. Thanks for your PM. For some reason, the system won't let me reply to it but to answer your question, I'm very well thanks. Not sure how often I'll be checking in but it's nice to be back anyway.
  5. LancsLad, you're right. It's sometimes easy to forget that the way in which many of our members engage with this forum is a manifestation of their personal idiosyncracies. I should remember to make allowances for that and I apologise for showing my frustration earlier. On reflection, I think I am just having a bad day.
  6. Perhaps I'm just having a bad day but I'm becoming rather disaffected by the dominance in this forum of a few members who have an awful lot to say about anything and everything. I accept that internet forums generally support free speech but without some self-restraint from its members, it risks losing members who perceive the forum's purpose differently. Sorry if I'm out of line, and shoot me down in flames if you want, but that's how I feel.
  7. Very sad to hear of Donna Summer's passing. I'm old enough to remember when I Feel Love came out. It sounded like nothing that had gone before and still sounds amazing now. Here's my favourite of her records.
  8. I was replying to Paul's joke about meeting a jowly diabetic. No jowls.
  9. There are a few people here I'd like to meet, but not all in one go, which rules me out. Also, I'm diabetic.
  10. This could almost be an anthem for aspies. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqZdC6qXhLI
  11. I used to ask at the sweet shop for a "two-and-a-half pence mixture." Blackjacks, Fruit Salads and most of the others were 4 for a halfpenny so I'd get about 20 sweets in a paper bag. From the jars behind the counter, I liked bonbons (especially the white ones and yellow ones), pineapple cubes, and pear drops (although they did and still do make me cough). I liked Texan bars but you had to hold your spare hand underneath to catch the chocolate as you bit the toffee. Same with Curly Wurlies. And I used to like Cresta which really was very fizzy and frothy. If I was feeling particularly decadent, I'd blow my pocket money on a packet of Mintolas.
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