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Darga19
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What kind of music do you like?


I love when people ask me this lol Shocked

(big breath in...) I listen to everything from classic rock like Aerosmith and Jimi Hendrix and the Stones, to cheesy 80s garbage, to punk like the Sex Pistols, to brand new 'radio' rock stuff, to poppy Taylor Swift crap, to some rap & hip hop, to funky stuff like Stevie Wonder or Sly & the Family Stone, to Billie Holliday, to Johnny Cash, to rockin' oldies like the Beatles the Temptations and Frankie Valli, to anything blues like Stevie Ray Vaughan or Clapton or Jonny Lang, to Miles Davis, to Beethoven and Bach, and even some country stuff.

What the heck...this time of year I even like me some Trans-Siberian Orchestra and Mariah Carey Christmas too. Laughing

Now that's as diverse a "musical portfolio" (hey ho) as you'll find for a 25 year old...I'd bet a few potato chips on it. Cool
Post Wed Dec 22, 2010 5:09 pm
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Now that's as diverse a "musical portfolio" (hey ho) as you'll find for a 25 year old...I'd bet a few potato chips on it. Cool

You'd probably be rolling in potato chips; hopefully not mine ... I don't give up my Ripples very easy!!

Though.....only 25.....so many years yet to expand your musical horizons even more:
Celtic, African, Zydeco, Cajun, Reggae, Jazz, Blues, Soul, more Jazz, World, more Blues, even more and more Classical (you never run out of Classical), and if you get jaded there's always Whoopee John Wilfahrt. Laughing (real name, honest, and given enough great Wisconsin beer even German polka music can be enjoyable)
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Man, you are too young to be thinking about retirement but i have so much respect for people who think in advance.
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I just want to chime in and say thank you for this calm rational debate. I really took a lot away from it.
Post Wed Dec 29, 2010 4:04 pm
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Man, you are too young to be thinking about retirement but i have so much respect for people who think in advance.


I disagree about being too young...I just think I'm a bit of a rare bird. IMO more people should have my attitude toward it. Wink

I want to retire at 59 1/2 with a couple mil' in savings. The earlier I start working towards that...the more likely it is to happen. Cool
Post Mon Jan 03, 2011 11:07 pm
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I just want to chime in and say thank you for this calm rational debate. I really took a lot away from it.


+1 for this.

Thank you to the guys who gave all the good info. I just asked the questions.
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