As it says on the tin. Contains the In Memoriam, birthday greetings and splicing announcements of this community.
- Goat Boy
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All the best and take care of yourself. Sending positive thoughts your way.
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- Billybob Dylan
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- World's Foremost Authority
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Things that a fella can't forget...
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- Barred from the Eisteddfod
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- king feeb
- He's the consultant of swing
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I'm sorry to hear it James. Truly sad news. I've been there and it isn't easy. My condolences to you and your folks.
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- Otago Mago
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James R wrote:If you have a glass in front of you, please raise it in his memory as I have done tonight.
James, I'll happily shout you a few beers when I'm in Sydney in a few weeks. In the mean time, you have my complete sympathy. My condolences to you and your relatives.
"U2 routinely spent a year in the studio...I have a theory: if you put four monkeys in the studio for a year with Lanois and Eno and Lillywhite, they would make a pretty good record, too."
- Resident Hotty
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Me too.Muskrat wrote:Glass raised.
James he looked like a nice fun guy, I hope your good memories of him can comfort you right now and you have all of our support and love too. Last month was touch and go for my dad too so I understand a fraction of what you are going through right now. stay strong and know that we´re here for you.
- Mr Maps
- a drunk in a midnight choir
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Very sorry to hear, James. My sympathies to you and your family.
nathan wrote:I realize there is a time and a place for unsexy music, but I personally have no time for it.
Django wrote: It's video clips of earnest post-rock I want, and I have little time for anything else.
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- Jeff K
- The Original K
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There's not much more that can be said other than sorry to hear about your loss. I hope your friends and family will be there for you over the next several days as you will be for them.
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- The John Coan it's FUN to hug
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James R wrote:
If you have a glass in front of you, please raise it in his memory as I have done tonight.
This is a great photo.
"You're a rude and ignorant individual and I hope you get no sleep tonight." - Sir John Coan
- The Red Heifer
- Fucking Crackers
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mentalist (slight return) wrote:Condolences, will raise a glass to him tonight, take care
Likewise. Sorry to hear about your loss mate, look after yourself.
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