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    Super Moderator Venerated Elder campy's Avatar
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    I mowed my lawn today on my newly repaired mower. I liked having a service do it for the last couple of weeks, but didn't like laying out the $$$ so much.

    Just now I had a phone call from my daughter in Boston. She's quitting her job at a PR firm and will be going back to teaching, at a tech-oriented school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by campy View Post
    I mowed my lawn today on my newly repaired mower. I liked having a service do it for the last couple of weeks, but didn't like laying out the $$$ so much.
    Yeah, it's definitely good thing/bad thing sort of.......thing, isn't it?.....

    Quote Originally Posted by campy View Post
    Just now I had a phone call from my daughter in Boston. She's quitting her job at a PR firm and will be going back to teaching, at a tech-oriented school.
    I hope she will enjoy that, Campy. Is she staying in Boston?

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    Currently, La'petach Chatat Rovetz (The Final Embrace) by Epica. Wow, quite a mouthful.

    EDIT: Now, Dance of Fate, also by Epica. My playlist must like them today.
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    Post Miles Davis' Nefertiti

    Or at least I'm trying to listen to Miles Davis' "Nefertiti," but the speakers on my PC don't seem to be working.

    Oops, realized I had the earbuds plugged into the headphone jack.
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    While driving between the office and home today, I was playing Disc 1 of "The Essential Billy Joel" in my car stereo.

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    Post What do you listen to when you are writing?

    Personally, I find it much easier to work on a story when I have some instrumental music playing. For whatever reason, if the music has vocals, I find myself getting distracted when I try to sing along -- even if the words are so well known that I could sing along with the song in my sleep. Instrumental music (jazz, classical, ambient) is just more effective at freeing me up. As of late I have been listening to the jazz/fusion/funk of Miles Davis from the early seventies.

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    Currently listening to "Re-Education (Through Forced Labor)" by Rise Against. I'd thought it was an angry relationship/breakup song ("We crawl / on our knees for you / We sweat / all day long for you") but after listening closer and reading the lyrics, I'd found it's instead an angry revolution song... Rise Against in the literal sense.
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    Mental preparation for eventual induction into the civil corps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lunchmeat View Post
    Mental preparation for eventual induction into the civil corps?
    Sure.

    I'd considered going to the Air Force Academy for a while, but eventually decided it wasn't the optimum place for me.
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    Currently listening to the "The Raiders March" from the Raiders of the Lost Ark soundtrack CD. Composer John Williams conducts.

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