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5 ***days ***ago
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Quotebv QuoteWitness I did not say main points, bv, but details. Maybe it was in an article that I can no longer find back to, but which I have mailed about. In case, on vg.no "Ingenting kan stoppe vinterbølgen." (that is, Nothing can stop the winter wave) Nakstad objected to the presented view from FHI that the combined immunity from the three vaccines, plus from having gone though
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5 ***days ***ago
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I did not say main points, bv, but details. Maybe it was in an article that I can no longer find back to, but which I have mailed about. In case, on vg.no "Ingenting kan stoppe vinterbølgen." (that is, Nothing can stop the winter wave) Nakstad objected to the presented view from FHI that the combined immunity from the three vaccines, plus from having gone though an omicron infection
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5 ***days ***ago
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Quotebv You should NEVER seek the virus, in order to "get protection". Vaccine will always be the best and safest protection, unless you are a child under the age of 12. If that is an answer to my post, I told, I have received three vaccines. You recently took a beer at some kind of pub or bar to signify that you personnally are finished with covid '19. That has been far from my
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5 ***days ***ago
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QuoteIrix Germany's top-virologist Christian Drosten said on 16-Jan-2022 to the Berlin newspaper : "All people would have to be infected with Sars-Cov-2 sooner or later. 'Yes, we have to get into this fairway, there is no alternative,' he said. 'We can't keep immunising the whole population every few months via booster vaccination in the long run.' That's
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10 ***days ***ago
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The big question for me now is whether individuals actively still ought to try to avoid covid infection or will do as good, maybe not directly seeking it, but still only let it happen, when omicron is the prevailing variant. If you are approaching an age, where age possibly may give some fragility among some, not others again, in this context, one might in that case think it better happen a com
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10 ***days ***ago
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Quotenellcote'71 Quotebv Today Friday Jan 14 the government in Norway opened up our country, following one month of restrictions due to Omicron uncertainty. I celebrated the day going to our local joint having a beer. From now on I am done with the pandemic. Can you shut down this thread then? There will be at least one Californian who won't have anything else to post but that's
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12 ***days ***ago
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Yes, so sad news!
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13 ***days ***ago
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Quotebv QuoteWitness What are you able to tell us at the moment, Bjornulf, about that undergroup of Omicron, the socalled, BA. 2, that apparently is even more rapidly spreading in Denmark and parts of Sweden? There are many Omicron subgroups, including BA.1, BA.2 and BA.3. It is misleading to call them "stealth" versions. The PCR test do detect Covid-19, but some of the initial quic
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14 ***days ***ago
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Quotebv QuoteNashvilleBlues A variant found in France is not a concern, the W.H.O. says. (New York Times Jan. 5, 2022) The World Health Organization says that it is monitoring a coronavirus variant detected in a small number of patients in France, but that, for now, there is little reason to worry about its spread The B.1.640.2 variant was first identified in October and uploaded to Gisa
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14 ***days ***ago
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QuoteFour Stone Walls '73 was the plateau - the crest of the wave .... The so-so years were the following three ... Until -77 and the punk revolution and explosion '78 good. So-so ever since really. (All in rock /folk etc terms really) In fact what stand-out years have there been since? '89 maybe. Only for instance, what about 1980? Joy Division (alb
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19 ***days ***ago
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QuoteNashvilleBlues I cannot read it without a subscription, but I assume that it is about the virus with the unofficial name IHU, and that was detected in France, but supposedly has an origin in Cameroon?
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21 ***days ***ago
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QuoteNate Quotetreaclefingers QuoteNate How do you arrive at the conclusion that someone is a conspiracy theorist simply because they won't tolerate covid rules and regulations anymore and view the pandemic as an inconvenience rather than a tragedy. Nate You sound like a bit of a nerd declaring you break rules including COVID. Quit trying so hard to be cool and accept the fact you�
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21 ***days ***ago
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I want to come with a few words more: Whatever we might say about the song. I really don't know how the black population at large, hypothetically exposed, or black concert goers actually exposed in presence, to the Rolling Stones, performing "Brown Sugar", experience at that happening. Still what is decisive for my attitude, is what the Rolling Stones, by themselves, feel ab
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21 ***days ***ago
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If it was fully out of their own volition that they stopped playing "Brown Sugar" live, that is fine with me. So very well! If someone else, directly or indirectly, led them to the decision, I deeply regret it. I do not want to say more. In the former case, I will not myself miss it either. In fact, I would have liked all songs played live more than 25 times during the latest tour
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22 ***days ***ago
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QuoteNikkei I am really rooting for them to have the balls (I know they have) to be asked about the anniversary by journalists and just reply "That's not really a thing to us anymore, we're here to promote the record we made" You touch on something that I have thinking recently. To me the 60 years really do not mean so much as such. What counts, is what they have contributed
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24 ***days ***ago
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QuoteHairball QuoteWitness Ah, Hairball, now you forget Mick and friends' possible albums REJECTS VOL 1, REJECTS VOL 2 and REJECTS VOL 3! How I look forward to those as I have told you before! Reminds me of the recent Mick/Grohl tune Easy Sleazy - a terrible tune and a complete reject - so much so it wasn't even released properly. But that was an outside cooperation. These REJECT
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24 ***days ***ago
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Ah, Hairball, now you forget Mick and friends' possible albums REJECTS VOL 1, REJECTS VOL 2 and REJECTS VOL 3! How I look forward to those as I have told you before!
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25 ***days ***ago
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One other aspect though in addition to my post, hit making cannot be the only expression that quality tales.
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25 ***days ***ago
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You gave structure to the discussion, Doxa, quite needed and valuable. Thinking about your post, my interpretation becomes that the given subjectmatter and the opening post did not fully correspond. Now I noticed that. The subjectmatter was wider, the opening post more narrow. I belong to those who found the wider issue much more interesting, all the more as I never have been so delighted in
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26 ***days ***ago
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Quotenoughties -Just heard the Vanilla Fudge version. `t was great, and I have to admit; a bit better. -Talk of fitting it`s times! On the album, that song is followed by "Take Me for a Little While". Before, in between and after those two songs on the vinyl album's B-side, there are short transitions, by the name of "Illusions from My Childhood", parts 1, 2 and 3. The
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26 ***days ***ago
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Quotenoughties QuoteWitnessVanilla Fudge with their debut album of the same title, featuring their marvellous version of "You Keep Me Hangin' on". Check it out if you have not heard it. Here`s a version by The Nice. The only one I`ve heard, and worth every second of it: Listened only to some moments of that. Read one of the comments under it, mentionning the Vanilla Fudge
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26 ***days ***ago
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Quotetreaclefingers This is ridiculous! Why are we talking about the past? Why 50 classic albums from 1967? Why not 50 classic albums from 2021?!?! Oh. 5? But when we are on this site, we really are into music from the past up to the present. Such lists with somebody's views on a year's best released albums can remind us of careers that we may have half forgotten, which cou
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26 ***days ***ago
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As to musical experiences, I like so many years. I dont know which year the best. However, I have a special fascination for 1967. That year gave two of approximately twelve great Rolling Stones albums, and two of their most different ones. Besides, releases of first albums of groups and bands that I love, decidedly like or only like. Think about Pink Floyd with Syd Barrett, PIPER AT THE GATES OF
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27 ***days ***ago
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Quotemaumau the live feedback sounds like the ultimate short circuit for a new rolling stones record. it may well be true for the seventies up until ty (record/live to promote it pattern) maybe not so much for their songwriting beginnings. Did they plan to play that many songs from aftermath live? it was another era, the hit singles era still. but now? in 2022 if we have to count on their need t
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27 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDoxa I am not that firm that they believe on any illusion. I think their obvious non-interest or lack of inspiration derives from the knowledge that whatever the album will be like - masterpiece or pure crap - it will not have any relevance or impact (like Gazza described). Probably they have realized this ages ago. Another option is an old romantic notion that 'to be an artist one shou
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27 ***days ***ago
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QuoteSighunt I'm going out on a limb here. But with the passing of Mike Nesmith this year, I've slowly evolved and come around to a thought that was previously unthinkable by me. I think that it is about time that the Monkees be considered for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Some people may even argue its a debate not worth discussing (given that some believe) that the R
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29 ***days ***ago
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QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteWitness QuoteGasLightStreet Quoteribbelchips They started playing old blues songs (which led to B&L) because they kind of had a writers-block, right? So I think the quality of the songs they wrote or recorded just don't meet their own standards. They are well aware of the fact that this album probably will be there last and with ABB being nearly 17 years old, so
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29 ***days ***ago
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QuoteTaylor1 Is Mick rapping on Hot Stuff Maybe rather 'toasting' (of which I know almost nothing).
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30 ***days ***ago
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QuoteGasLightStreet Quoteribbelchips They started playing old blues songs (which led to B&L) because they kind of had a writers-block, right? So I think the quality of the songs they wrote or recorded just don't meet their own standards. They are well aware of the fact that this album probably will be there last and with ABB being nearly 17 years old, so they likely will feel the pressur
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteHairball QuoteTrulyMicks1 Some of their best songs are from the post 70’s and I think they could’ve done the last tour playing these songs only. Some of my friends I saw No Filter with were very disappointed because they played all old songs. They were hoping to hear some songs from Emotional Rescue, Voodoo, Undercover, Bridges, Bigger Bang, etc. Yes always a bit disappointing they don
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