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E05 - Ger ODonnell...Limerick City
Ger talks about remembering the day he was born, his childhood and how he and his friends tortured the neighbourhood and each other, his...
Christmas Memories from My Childhood Part 3: of Trees and Treats
here's some random miscellany and final thoughts relating to Christmas. Actually, I could talk about a lot more stuff here, but I don't...
I read Matilda, Hilaire Belloc
Diary reading: January 19, 1995
Scarcity during childhood and how it affected me.
Octaver 2014, Day 3: My childhood described in music
What musical track describes my childhood? It was a pretty easy choice...
A memory of my God parents.
The Pains of Attachment
Distro 1 Micro Show #5 - Michael Bay is destroying our childhood!
In this installment of the Micro Show Justin and Fronz discuss the destruction of our childhood as Michael Bay sets to take on a live...
As I Get Older - what do I not enjoy any more?
Diary reading: August 2, 1996
Testing the Zoom H5 and bumping into God
I had planned to test the Zoom H5 and on leaving my shed and entering the garden I bumped into my 5 year old boy playing in his socks....
Hi @n2fgc I'm Ignostic. Any religious terminology or theological concept you present to me must be accompanied by a coherent definition. In all the discussions i've had on this no one has been able to deliver this. Without a clear definition, how can we meaningfully discuss? The word 'God' is not enough. It does not refer to anything reasonably defined. Therefore it has no literal significance. So i'm guessing we can't really discuss.
My friend, there are a lot of scientists out there who are Christians or believers in God. They accept the fact that He is, and I am grateful for these scientists who do not discount him. Just because one cannot see doesn't mean it isn't real. And Children can sense things adults have closed themselves off from.
tough subject buddy... well handled.
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Memories of Codsall with @fidunn
What's that song playing in the background at the beginning of this boo?
It's funny how, in the end, our personal history becomes the value that a movie, song, etc. may take on. My mom's family was in a country western band. In the mid-80s, they played cover songs at weddings, church picnics, and local talent shows. When I got back and listen to some of that country from that time, it's just pure crap! But I still hear those songs and love them...they have a special place in my heart, even if I know they're not critically anything special. To me they are. Great post!
Hello Dolly is a great movie! I loved it! Okay, maybe not the greatest, but don't knock it either ;^) I have similar connections to certain films and also music, based on a similar back-story of having been brought out to Los Angeles as I was entering my teens by my father's job with Warner (records). Early exposure to lots and lots of music, recorded and live, and then access to the Burbank Studios through the back door of the Warner Bros Records building... it made for a good time.
Vietnam War as you came in for tea
Christmas Memories From My Childhood: Part 1: Magic and Music
This was inspired by @
- who, by the way, are absolutely fab. If you're not following them, you should. =P...
Moving Voices, Mother and Daughter In Conversation
Irish Travellers in conversation
Moving Voies, Childhood Memories 2
memories of an Irish Traveller
#Octaver14 Day3 - A track that describes my childhood.
Probably the best song that could describe how as a young boy, I saw everything as an adventure, where every morning was the beginning of...
Moving Voices, Grandmother in conversation
Irish Traveller families talking together
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