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Anything Goes Music Thread
FreddyDaFrog
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I was once working at the Dalton Trade Center, which is at the foot of a mountain (not sure if it's called Rocky Face Mtn or Blue Mtn), anyway I took lunch break and hit the top of the mountain. There's an ancient rock wall at the top (to me it looks older than the civil war). Anyway, I'm at the top, enjoying the wind and view (you can see Lookout Mtn from it), climbed a large rock, and took a leak. Turned around to leave, and was startled to see a Native American in full dress/large feather head dress dancing, with a large group of eagles flying in a circle around him. I thought I was alone... I didn't say anything to him as I left, although I had to walk right past him. One of the craziest things I've ever seen. I know he was real because he parked his work truck next to mine.

Eagles.... Seriously?

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I was once working at the Dalton Trade Center, which is at the foot of a mountain (not sure if it's called Rocky Face Mtn or Blue Mtn), anyway I took lunch break and hit the top of the mountain. There's an ancient rock wall at the top (to me it looks older than the civil war). Anyway, I'm at the top, enjoying the wind and view (you can see Lookout Mtn from it), climbed a large rock, and took a leak. Turned around to leave, and was startled to see a Native American in full dress/large feather head dress dancing, with a large group of eagles flying in a circle around him. I thought I was alone... I didn't say anything to him as I left, although I had to walk right past him. One of the craziest things I've ever seen. I know he was real because he parked his work truck next to mine.

Anyway, Dad once told me that he thought great great grandmother's name meant "Little Blue Bird" in English (which reminds me of you, lil bird....)

Awwww...
My name in English means "annoyingly loud woodpecker on a Sunday morning"
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Oh yeah, I have a woodpecker too. He's ringed most of my trees multiple times... and my windows as well.
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Woodpeckers are quite shy and flighty birds, they don't rarely like to let themselves be seen, although they're quite showy in appearance.
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“The devil can cite Scripture for his purpose.
An evil soul producing holy witness
Is like a villain with a smiling cheek,
A goodly apple rotten at the heart.
O, what a goodly outside falsehood hath!”

― William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice
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“The devil can cite Scripture for his purpose.
An evil soul producing holy witness
Is like a villain with a smiling cheek,
A goodly apple rotten at the heart.
O, what a goodly outside falsehood hath!”

― William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (Today 12:41 PM)
I was once working at the Dalton Trade Center, which is at the foot of a mountain (not sure if it's called Rocky Face Mtn or Blue Mtn), anyway I took lunch break and hit the top of the mountain. There's an ancient rock wall at the top (to me it looks older than the civil war). Anyway, I'm at the top, enjoying the wind and view (you can see Lookout Mtn from it), climbed a large rock, and took a leak. Turned around to leave, and was startled to see a Native American in full dress/large feather head dress dancing, with a large group of eagles flying in a circle around him. I thought I was alone... I didn't say anything to him as I left, although I had to walk right past him. One of the craziest things I've ever seen. I know he was real because he parked his work truck next to mine.

Anyway, Dad once told me that he thought great great grandmother's name meant "Little Blue Bird" in English (which reminds me of you, lil bird....)






"Music, as far as I have seen in the world so far, is the only real magic that I know." TP
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That was good lil bird. Don't know how you did that. I had one of these at the campground when I went camping recently (that I fed). He was quite brave... would come within two or three feet of me.


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