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I want to say improv isn't his thing, but it actually seems like he wrote this **** down first lol:

'mars, Jupiter, Venus oranges and oranges combined solar eclipse your mind is an eclipse of the oranges in ah'

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I felt immediately dumber having read that, then I decided to torture myself by listening to it. There's no going back now. I thought "****ing magnets man, how do they work" was the peak, but there are untold heights yet.
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I saw something on TV that reminded me of this. A girlfriend i had in my 20's was Spanish/Portuguese and she used to love going to a flamenco place in Sydney. We'd drive there in my beat up old car then blow most of our wages on a couple of nights out.

I love the intensity of it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLFH01qJT3k
Cool. I like that dancing.
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Cool. I like that dancing.
Yeah, I love how they pound their feet into the floor - it's incredible when you see it right in front of you. They're very passionate people. Jesus we had some good times back then.
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Yeah, I love how they pound their feet into the floor - it's incredible when you see it right in front of you. They're very passionate people. Jesus we had some good times back then.
Someone I knew is now an instructor with her husband and competes with that type of dancing with her husband.

Sounds like you were blessed by the man above.
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That sandpaper feeling around my lips is mostly gone. Barely there. Should take another day at most to clear up.
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A buddy of mine from my youth died when he was 30, but I haven't been able to find out how. He had a big impact on my life. Had I not been friends with him, my life would have been much different.

Nobody loves me but my dog, and I think he might be jivin', too.
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I love it when people who clearly never experienced certain types of hardship or been in situations where they'd feel like it's either life or death tell others as to how they should be going about them as if it's a walk in the park.

There's a difference between wanting to help and just flat-out patronizing. Seems like the majority think by doing the latter that it accomplishes anything (for their ego's sake.)
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I love it when people who clearly never experienced certain types of hardship or been in situations where they'd feel like it's either life or death tell others as to how they should be going about them as if it's a walk in the park.

There's a difference between wanting to help and just flat-out patronizing. Seems like the majority think by doing the latter that it accomplishes anything (for their ego's sake.)
This is a pet peeve of mine also.

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This is a pet peeve of mine also.
It's not just me, then. Because this is basically all I've ever seen happen, especially when trying to actually seek help. **** it.
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That sandpaper feeling around my lips is mostly gone. Barely there. Should take another day at most to clear up.
Good to hear.
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I love it when people who clearly never experienced certain types of hardship or been in situations where they'd feel like it's either life or death tell others as to how they should be going about them as if it's a walk in the park.
With hardship, people talk about what they have done in their life regarding similar situations. More a suggestion that the person either takes because it might help or leaves as doesn't work in that situation. A lot of people forget to say suggestion.

With life and death situations, it is easy to see afterwards what one could have done. But when under stress in that life or death situation, a person is not really thinking properly.

When I go over situations like that in my life, I could have handled them better. But could have turned out worse if I tried another route.

Sometimes have to live with the decisions we make.

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There's a difference between wanting to help and just flat-out patronizing. Seems like the majority think by doing the latter that it accomplishes anything (for their ego's sake.)
I have had tons of advice that I never thought would help, thought was patronizing, but ended up helping. Sometimes people don't like to listen for whatever reason and have to learn the hard way with life issues.

Like my mate did something, said that is crap, won't work properly. I suggested something and worked flawlessly. Because I understood how it was designed to work. But I'm not perfect and get things wrong sometimes like that or other.

General rule of thumb (social etiquette) is to keep out of others lives and only suggest some things that might or might not work if asked.

Like this post is one example of that and I apologize if it offends you in any way by me stepping over that line.
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