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The Police. - Wrapped Around Your Finger. [youtu.be]
Budgie comments on Jun 5, 2020:
Spent a weekend camping and listening to The Police (among others) traveling in the car there and back was all Police, now I have them firmly linked to 4wd roads, sand, salt and camping. I can see the dune we had trouble cresting, feel the seat covers on the car and see the interior of the car clearly. Music links things for me.
The Buffalo Springfield - For What It's Worth [youtube.com]
Budgie comments on Jun 5, 2020:
Blocked in Australia. So I looked it up, I love this song.
Definitely this
Budgie comments on Jun 5, 2020:
I would be really annoyed about that, hell 2020 is just the icing on a horrible 2019 for me.
I was getting dinner ready, my brother had Blacklist playing (we share a rural block it is easier ...
Budgie comments on Jun 2, 2020:
Just been on a Maxine Nightingale binge on youtube, some great songs there from her.
The Tornados - Telstar [youtube.com]
Budgie comments on Jun 2, 2020:
A very iconic song. It was unlike anything I had heard when it reached Gove in the NT (the small isolated mining town I grew up in.)
Jackson Browne - Running On Empty [youtube.com]
Budgie comments on Jun 2, 2020:
Great singer and a great song.
Ted Mulry Gang - Jump In My Car [youtube.com]
Budgie comments on Jun 2, 2020:
A great Australian Band. I spent many a disco in my youth dancing to this song.
Young at heart.
Budgie comments on Jun 2, 2020:
Some people are not going to get much older. :} If she catches him doing that.
The message we need right now. HOLOPEVE
Budgie comments on Jun 2, 2020:
I always read those sorts of signs like that.
I have odd moments; sometimes whole days that are a little off: Here is Hank Locklin Send me the...
Budgie comments on Jun 2, 2020:
My Dad had a record that was country and western, the cover was a bunch on faces in little ovals, this was one of the songs, I remember listening to it as a child and matching the singers pictures to the song. Don't know if he was the one singing on the record I will have to try and find it.
My thoughts this week through Tracey Chapman's song - Talking about a Revolution [youtu.be]
Budgie comments on Jun 2, 2020:
I love her songs and what is happening in America is scary and I feel for all those that are caught in the middle, standing strong and being kicked/killed or maimed by the corrupt.
Hi all.
Budgie comments on Jun 2, 2020:
A great song and if you ever make it to Langkawi it was a beautiful place when I went there many years ago.
I've been trying to eat better but these are the veggies I want.
Budgie comments on Jun 1, 2020:
I so want to be able to eat this.
Uhm... What did I just read??
Budgie comments on Jun 1, 2020:
Okay time for someone to take their meds I think.
I'm sure this has been shared before. But, too funny couldn't resist!
Budgie comments on May 29, 2020:
Giiiirrrrrrllllll Power!
fingering ...[agnostic.com]
Budgie comments on May 29, 2020:
I so snorted when I read this.
Got a laugh out of this.
Budgie comments on May 28, 2020:
Am I the only one that read it as Goth Clowns only at first, maybe the picture put it into my head but I had to look carefully to see what it really said.
Social Distortion - Ball And Chain [youtube.com]
Budgie comments on May 27, 2020:
Thanks for sharing. Also a sign of the times, I read the name as Social Distancing.
Time for bed again and tonight I’m posting a song by a singer who made a comeback just a couple of...
Budgie comments on May 27, 2020:
When I first heard his voice it seemed so wrong for his face and body, but I loved it, such timbre and depth and it just gets better the more you hear it.
James Dobson Warns Democrats Will ‘Enslave’ Conservative Christians | Michael Stone
Budgie comments on May 25, 2020:
What a hysterical pearl clutching hate driven extremist. He does not care he just wants to be free to persecute,harass and vilify. What a sad little man he is.
AL Pastor Puts Up Sign Saying “Black Folks Need to Stay Out of White Churches” | Beth ...
Budgie comments on May 25, 2020:
Maybe if he had commented about mega churches rather than use race I know that it is the main problem but it seems to be drawing the wrong attention to the issue. Provide examples of where their tithing will go and how much they will be expected to tithe, I mean that is the reason for the church to raise money for the church (or its actual leader)
Go ahead... Say it: Noooodllllssss
Budgie comments on May 25, 2020:
I am so calling them slimy bread yarn from now on.
Isolation Check!! What number are you??
Budgie comments on May 25, 2020:
I think I could do all of them in a day.
Flutterbys
Budgie comments on May 25, 2020:
Great shots, and I love the fact you call them flutterbys I do and people look weirdly at me.
My daughter’s eye...
Budgie comments on May 25, 2020:
I like how the reflection of her lashes in her eye creates its own pattern. Well done.
Some roses at home. I’ve cropped the yellow rose
Budgie comments on May 25, 2020:
I can not decide if number one or two are my favourite.
A bit of Santana... [youtu.be]
Budgie comments on May 25, 2020:
Santana is one of my favourites. I got to see him in concert and loved every second of it. His music is just beautiful.
We had a discussion in the Classic Crossover group a night or two ago, when Rossy posted a Goth ...
Budgie comments on May 24, 2020:
Great voice, the music has an operatic feel to it. Modern Opera?
The White Stripes - Seven Nation Army [youtube.com]
Budgie comments on May 24, 2020:
I love the drums in this.
Mungo Jerry. - In The Summertime (1970) [youtu.be]
Budgie comments on May 24, 2020:
A happy song always liked it.
Seals & Crofts - Summer Breeze [youtube.com]
Budgie comments on May 24, 2020:
Such a beautiful song. I could listen to it every day and not get bored with it.
Mark Knopfler, Eric Clapton, Sting & Phil Collins, live. - Money For Nothing. [youtu.be]
Budgie comments on May 24, 2020:
I don't have the words to describe Mark Knopfler on guitar.
The comment cracked me up.
Budgie comments on May 24, 2020:
We used to create a drink we called a mud bucket milk coke and Baileys you only ever drank one. I was offered it and turned it down I did not need that sitting in my stomach.
Oh MAN! Or omen...
Budgie comments on May 24, 2020:
Kid asked his father if he could paint the cat (had been given a set of watercolours and some paper) Dad was not paying too much attention and said yes. 5 mins later their multicoloured (was white) cat walked past him.
Five for ya
Budgie comments on May 24, 2020:
That ray is so cute and I love the cat they will sit in almost anything.
Look who I found sneakin’ around the joint...
Budgie comments on May 24, 2020:
So cute, just want to give him a little pat.
Caught what I think is a dove gathering nesting materials from the back yard.
Budgie comments on May 24, 2020:
Great shot of the bird flying.
I switched from afghans to lap quilts! What is everyone else doing during the Plague?
Budgie comments on May 24, 2020:
Great work, I suffer from sewing Tourette's according to friends and family that have been anywhere near me when I have to sew. I have full respect for those that can as it defies logic and physics when I try doing it.
Chalk artist David Zinn. These are delightful.
Budgie comments on May 24, 2020:
They are awesome especially getting them to fit into the spaces.
Photographed today at Emerson Preserve, Palmetto, FL.
Budgie comments on May 24, 2020:
Great work getting such clear shots of the bird.
I caught this off Beverly/Salem Harbor in MA some years ago.
Budgie comments on May 24, 2020:
Great shot I love the sea and watching it show off how wild it can be.
Stalked a Great Blue today in Florida. Had to wait forever for him (or her) to take off.
Budgie comments on May 24, 2020:
Shots of animals can be so difficult as they rarely pose for you. Well done.
Got another one out before my mood changed. Drawing prompt said to draw a drunk mouse.
Budgie comments on May 24, 2020:
Oh to be a drunk mouse.
My ceramics class at the community college has been shut down :-( (of course, and no complaints) but...
Budgie comments on May 24, 2020:
Fun things to play, I have one somewhere and used to have a sheet that told me which hole/s to cover for each note.
Experiments with a soluble pencil (watercolor pencil?
Budgie comments on May 24, 2020:
I am always impressed by those that can draw, and I love crows/ravens these are lovely.
FNG.......
Budgie comments on May 23, 2020:
I was not sure what the photo was then I saw the tire. WOW
Do you see it?
Budgie comments on May 23, 2020:
The first thing I noticed is that the pattern on the edge of the bed looks like a face sideways. Yes there is a hoop but who does not have a hula hoop in their bedroom up against their bed?
Good morning.
Budgie comments on May 23, 2020:
My parents loved them and so I grew up listening to their music. This song always seemed very sad to me as a child. They along with Peter Paul and Mary were my classical father's "Rock Music" Also in school we did a program called Let's All Sing where the teacher had a cassette and we had song books to sing along. The two groups songs were heavily featured.
[youtu.be] Peter Gabriel - More than This Really love this!
Budgie comments on May 23, 2020:
Such a distinctive voice, great song.
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Budgie comments on May 23, 2020:
I love all of the talent that is being showcased as people deal with the way their lives have been impacted. This is awesome thank you for sharing it.
REMINDER: Sunday, May 24th is our next Zoom Trivia Night.
Budgie comments on May 23, 2020:
Best I can determine that is about 7:30 am on Monday my time and I will be at work. Sorry.
new vs. old math [agnostic.com]
Budgie comments on May 22, 2020:
I am a teacher (not in America) and I have never and will never teach a child to do multiplication the first way. i may show them using blocks how it all works ie we will make 17 groups of 23 and then look at the fact that we have 10 groups of 3 and 10 groups of 20 as well as 7 groups of 3 and 7 of 20 so that they understand what is happening (we are talking 8 year olds who don't do abstract thinking too well yet.) But then I show them the long multiplication method and as we work through how to do it we refer back to the blocks but under no circumstances would I teach the rubbish at the top as the way to complete the problem.
The worst thing you can do to castiron frying pan is soaking it in water.
Budgie comments on May 20, 2020:
I have two of them, rarely wash them just wipe out after cooking. The make a great spanish omlette, also have a cast iron flat pan for making pancakes. Also rarely washed just wiped.
Okay, may have gotten off on the wrong foot with Puffy Ami Yumi.
Budgie comments on May 19, 2020:
A good version of the song.
Hi there.
Budgie comments on May 17, 2020:
I was a bit worried as I started to listen, I love this song and was worried I would not like the way they sang it. But it is good thanks for sharing.
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Budgie comments on May 17, 2020:
The Rolling Stones are one of the iconic rock groups. Great music over a range of years that remains great over time.
Rather than post something safely on the mark tell me if you don’t rock out to this.
Budgie comments on May 17, 2020:
I would not even really call is Ska, I think of this sound as bubble gum pop. Light and airy. Definitely not something I am into but if you like that is all that matters.
He be hungry!
Budgie comments on May 17, 2020:
At first glance I thought it was the guys finger he was biting into, which knowing cats was entirely probable.
Doing my part helping the pollinators - sorry if they are a bit blurry, he would not stay still!
Budgie comments on May 17, 2020:
You did a good job catching the bee they don't tend to stay and pose.
Thomas Dolby- She Blinded me with Science. (heard at end of show "The Great " on hulu. [youtu.be]
Budgie comments on May 16, 2020:
I still remember the first time I heard this is was so different from anything I had heard with the interjections and I love the video clip, thanks for sharing.
Hi everyone.
Budgie comments on May 16, 2020:
One of their first songs I ever heard.
Status Quo. - In The Army Now. [youtu.be]
Budgie comments on May 16, 2020:
I had never heard this one by them before. Great group and a very different song to the ones I have heard from them. Thanks for sharing it.
My direct admission at covid unit two nights ago came from the woods , no social security number , ...
Budgie comments on May 15, 2020:
Stay safe and I hope he recovers. Take care of yourself as well I can not even begin to imagine what it must be like.
Is that so important to choose your partner who has similar thoughts on religion? Why or why not?
Budgie comments on May 15, 2020:
I think is all depends on how militant either of you are, if they expect that any children will be christened, attend church, be taught that gods are real then it might become a sticking point. If they are off to church every Sunday or expect you to change to suit their life it is not going to work. Similarly if you are adamant that the word god is never mentioned in the house etc it won't work. Depends on how deeply they believe, had a best friend who was religious sort of we got along really well he knew my views I knew his but we agreed on so many other things that was what we talked about if religion came up we could both joke about it.
[youtube.com] Sick of the doom and gloom. Trying to cheer everyone up.
Budgie comments on May 15, 2020:
I have just spend the last half an hour, searching up the singer, then Hair and reading about it, I think I may have watched it at some point, and then the actors in it. A great diversion.
[youtube.com] Sick of the doom and gloom. Trying to cheer everyone up.
Budgie comments on May 15, 2020:
It is great upbeat song.
Blues Boogie Jam Carlos Santana, John Lee Hooker, [youtu.be] Let your body go!
Budgie comments on May 15, 2020:
That is a load of talent on the stage in one place. Great song. Thanks
Supertramp. - Dreamer 1975 [youtu.be]
Budgie comments on May 15, 2020:
This was one of the many songs I contemplated posting the other day. Thanks for sharing it, they are such a great band.
Yup nailed it
Budgie comments on May 14, 2020:
But your dog will stare intently at you as you talk and then bring you a ball or stick to throw or jump up on your lap for a cuddle. Which proves they are way smarter than a drumpf supporter.
Beck Bogart and Appice - Live 1973 Full Album. [youtu.be]
Budgie comments on May 14, 2020:
A much rougher version of the song than I have heard before but good all the same. When the drummer first appeared my first thought was AN I MAL! My favourite muppet.
RIP Moon Martin. I miss you and love you, man. [youtu.be]
Budgie comments on May 14, 2020:
I have never heard of him but like the song. Sorry to hear he is not here to make more music. Thank you for sharing.
If he said, "Damnit," would grandma have clogged up the toilet bowl?
Budgie comments on May 12, 2020:
Back when people repaired things instead of replacing them. Some people are not going to get the joke because they don't know what darning it.
Today I stepped on the band Wind Rose and a very funny dwarf music and then out of curiosity I saw ...
Budgie comments on May 12, 2020:
I actually liked all of them for comedy value or artistic value. Great to see thanks for the share.
Wicked Games - The Hot Damns [youtu.be]
Budgie comments on May 12, 2020:
Suits my mood tonight thanks for the share
Time for my goodnights again and tonight I’m doing it with a 1985 Tears For Fears hit ...
Budgie comments on May 12, 2020:
Great song love the band.
GONNA MAKE YOU A START - DAVID ESSEX .
Budgie comments on May 9, 2020:
As a tweenager he was a heart throb, my friend was mad keen on him and had posters all over her walls. We would spend hours staring into those eyes and listening to his songs. LOVE LOVE LOVE
Cream - Tales of Brave Ulysses -- live 1968 [youtu.be]
Budgie comments on May 8, 2020:
Music to get stoned to.
Cream - Crossroads -- live, Royal Albert Hall 2005 [youtu.be]
Budgie comments on May 8, 2020:
Listened to a lot of them when I was at Uni.
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Budgie comments on May 7, 2020:
Friend was in a music shop, tweenager comes in and asks for, "The Behind Blue Eyes song." Is asked Limp Biscuit or The Who? Says Limp Biscuit as he does not want a cover of the song. The person tells him The Who did it originally and LB did the cover. Tweenager says, "No you are wrong." My friend is laughing by this point and tells the kid he is wrong The Who did the original and maybe he should listen to it. Kid leaves in a huff.
Sad news: Florian Schneider of German electronic band Kraftwerk has died, Billboard has confirmed.
Budgie comments on May 7, 2020:
Sad news not sure which emoji to use for it.
Delorean Dynamite - Todd Terje Very 80s?
Budgie comments on May 6, 2020:
Quite liked it. Different to what I normally listen to thanks for the share.
Not a fan of cities or hot summers, but i love the Lovin Spoonful [youtu.be]
Budgie comments on May 6, 2020:
Won't play for me but if it is the one I think it is I first heard it many years ago and it really resonated (given I was living in the tropics but not in a city don't know exactly how)
A beautiful animal. (photo by my daughter in Washington State)
Budgie comments on May 6, 2020:
So beautiful she looks like she is posing for the camera.
Patterns...
Budgie comments on May 6, 2020:
A great shot well done.
I actually have several questions.
Budgie comments on May 6, 2020:
As others have pointed out this pic is not of her. I also went and looked her up to see what this was about. Because my first thought was that it was photoshopped. https://allthatsinteresting.com/myrtle-corbin
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Budgie comments on May 6, 2020:
He has an amazing voice it seems so effortless for him to hold notes.
I told this stupid cat a million times, "Stop opening inter-dimensional portals in the house"
Budgie comments on May 6, 2020:
To a land of rainbows and unicorns
Murder Hornets!!
Budgie comments on May 6, 2020:
At least 5 rolls per person per day that you think you will be away from a shop and then three more just in case.
Welp. If it gets them to vaccinate their kids, I'm cool with it.
Budgie comments on May 6, 2020:
And then you can make a nice soup out of the potato as the nasty toxins will have been converted to safe and friendly sugars by the magical potato.
With all that's going on, coming to a grocery store near you.
Budgie comments on May 6, 2020:
Yeah that one has a few flaws in it.
I took several photos of birds in the garden this morning but they were determined not to make it ...
Budgie comments on May 5, 2020:
Birds are not very happy to sit and pose for you. I have many shots of part of a tree that the bird was in just microseconds before.
Corn Alert Why can you never hear a pterodactyl going to the bathroom?
Budgie comments on May 5, 2020:
Love the play on words. Here is one. A guy buys a hamster and the next day it is dead. He rings to store and they apologize offer a new hamster and a recipe to make hamster jam out of the dead one. The guy makes it, it tastes disgusting and he throws it out of the window. Three days later he sees the most amazing rose bush growing with wonderful roses and an awesome scent. He rings to store to tell them. The store is puzzled about how this happened and tell him you usually get tulips from hamster jam.
Evangelical fundamentalists who openly defied social distancing guidelines are dying of COVID-19 | ...
Budgie comments on May 4, 2020:
I feel for their children and those they infect, for the front line workers who now have even more cases to deal with. I worry that with such massive infections in the US that this virus will start to mutate and we will end up with Covide - 20 and that it will be worse.
Had to take a second look.
Budgie comments on May 4, 2020:
When I was looking at the small pic I got confused going well if he does not have a mask on where is his face? I am wondering if it is a little photo shopped just looks really weird.
Looks like I'm in for a little confrontation tomorrow.
Budgie comments on May 3, 2020:
Don't hit or threaten to as they will arrest you for that. Feel free to up the ante on them and to argue your point. Good luck
Update from previous post.
Budgie comments on May 3, 2020:
What if you are not able to have the vaccination, my friend has crohn's disease so can not be given vaccinations, I think it is unfair to say she could not visit her mother who has had the vaccination as she can. Sounds like they are going over the top.
OK, I'm really getting agitated here.
Budgie comments on May 3, 2020:
Okay trying to look at each point. 1. Where I live there are three nursing homes all run by independent companies none with religious affiliations, is the money only going to the god botherers? Then it is the same way he funds education nothing to the public school everything to independent ones that support him. 2. The sheeple are flocking to it thinking it makes them safer, I have been working the whole time as the NT closed borders quickly we have had no community spread and schools stayed open. However even if I had a phone that would take the app I would not download it and it is up to people to refuse (most won't they are sheep) 3. As a teacher do not even get me started. 4. Follow the money who created the app and who makes money out of it. What will they use it for next? Hence point 2 5. Did not know about that one but have not been going to nursing homes lately. I was visiting my aunt in one when the lockdown in Vic started and had to have my temperature taken each day. I tried to go to the one that my father was in to see some of the residents we had made friends with but you have to have an appointment so we decided to wait. I too find some of the this is okay that is not okay confusing. There seems to be contradictory information given out. I am in the NT so we are the safest place in Australia. They are starting to ease up restrictions and now I am starting to worry. What if they ease them up too quickly? What is someone is positive but asymptomic and we get community spread? It is not simple.
For those of you who believed in life after death before: do you struggle more now when people die?
Budgie comments on May 3, 2020:
I would say less. While I would love to be able to catch up with my parents, extended family and all of the pets I have ever had the privilege of caring for, they are gone hopefully they enjoyed their lives. I have only had to deal with one suicide I was a teenager, he was a devout catholic, he was a scout leader and a lovely man, very generous. The local priest refused to give him last rites or perform a memorial mass for him (his body was to be sent to his parents) My mum and a couple of other friends of his and parents of scouts marched down to his church and gave the priest what for, telling him he was a failure if a member of his flock did not feel that his priest could help him, where was he when this man needed guidance and help, etc, she was livid. The priest having been put into his place performed the memorial service to which half the town turned up. Most packed his church had ever been. I just felt angry that if there was a god he had failed big time and allowed a good and decent man to be taken from all of the people who cared about him and to who he mattered. We all felt gutted that we had not noticed or that he felt he could talk to at least one of us about what he was going through. The thought that he was in hell was never entertained by any of us.
Procol Harum - A Whiter Shade of Pale [youtube.com]
Budgie comments on May 1, 2020:
I don't know if it is the lyrics, the dreamy musical score or the organ but I love this song.
Anyone know anything about Empaths or Seers? Are there groups here for that? Any thoughts?
Budgie comments on May 1, 2020:
Empaths are simply people who are very good at reading other people and judging the mood of that person and who are emotionally sensitive enough to feel for the person so much that they experience the same emotion as the person. Seers can be found in any good D&D adventure or fantasy book. There may be people on here that wish to discuss this further I suggest a search in the groups for Seers and Empaths to see what turns up. From the posts I have read here they are into fairly deep science I know a bit and I struggle to understand some of what they discuss.
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