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    Re: What are you currently listening to? Part 17

    Quote Originally Posted by GaryQ View Post
    That's interesting but seriously sound needs air to travel so you can't hear anything from or outside our atmosphere
    Yeah that's what they WANT you to believe.

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    Re: What are you currently listening to? Part 17

    ^^^ Still laughing at that one

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    Re: What are you currently listening to? Part 17


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    Re: What are you currently listening to? Part 17

    4-minute edit of the the relaxing (10-hour) song "Marconi Union" (recently mentioned in the humor thread):



    More info: According To Scientists, This Is The Most Relaxing Tune Ever Recorded
    “Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing there is a field. I'll meet you there.” ~ Rumi

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    Re: What are you currently listening to? Part 17

    Was thinking of my few friends who are there for me in my times of need and who I hope can lean on me when they need someone there for them and this song came to mind.

    Some old songs never fade away.

    I've learned, through personal experience over the years that true friendship is one of the few things where distance and time are totally meaningless. Time eases the weight of the grief caused from losing a true friend, for we are not eternal, but it can never displace them from that special place in our heart.

    ​"A real friend is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out." ~ Walter Winchell

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