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3 June 2011
6.17am
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Yeah I agree, Desolation Row sounds better outdoors for some reason. I had a very enjoyable listen, although maybe it was just because it's a fantastic album. Could have been the cool summer breeze though, made me feel…fine.

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3 June 2011
7.43am
kedame
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The Walrus said:

I'm going to be totally contrary and say I find Abbey Road to be a winter album. I did get it when we had deep snow all around though.

8<x<10

The first time I listened to Abbey Road all the way through, I was taking a hot bath because I was having muscle cramps. I had candles lit and Abbey Road blaring. The atmosphere and music were great, and I was in enough pain that I was slightly hazy. I kept thinking, "this must be how it feels to be high." Even now, I can picture a bunch of stoners (my dad, in his day) getting high to this album.

"You can manicure a cat but can you caticure a man?" John Lennon- Skywriting by Word of Mouth
3 June 2011
7.52am
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What, Storner Road? Abbey Pot? Crack Avenue?
Make Of this what you will *17*

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3 June 2011
11.17am
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In the middle of the roundabout
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PennyLane said:

Actually, recently I sat outside and listened to Highway 61 Revisited one evening and it just felt right. So I agree that it is a good summer album.

Thanks Penny!!! a-hard-days-night-paul-8

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3 June 2011
2.20pm
The Walrus
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StrawberryLakiesha said:

The Walrus said:

I'm going to be totally contrary and say I find Abbey Road to be a winter album. I did get it when we had deep snow all around though.

8<x<10

Yeah, I like Abbey Road in the wintertime too becuase it's a pretty happy one, I'd say and winter's the happiest time of the year!!!

And that was real crafty how you did that with the x and that. It's a trick though, becuase there's an infinite number of numbers between eight and ten, I should think!

Only one interger though, and the forum only bothers with intergers. It does ask you to type 3*Pi.

I fell in love with Highway 61 Revisited in the dark, late at night, in a small cabin in Iceland. Consequently, I think of it as a "lonely nights" album.

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3 June 2011
2.27pm
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Really, personal experience will be what shapes these responses, because if someone bought Abbey Road in Winter, it will have a different time to it. As Zig once said, "That's what I like about threads like these – no wrong answers."

I tried to think of something powerful and moving… and failed.  "You were given a choice between war and dishonor - you chose dishonor, and you shall have war" - Winston Churchill
3 June 2011
11.54pm
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StrawberryLakiesha said:

The Walrus said:

I'm going to be totally contrary and say I find Abbey Road to be a winter album. I did get it when we had deep snow all around though.

8<x<10

Yeah, I like Abbey Road in the wintertime too becuase it's a pretty happy one, I'd say and winter's the happiest time of the year!!!

And that was real crafty how you did that with the x and that. It's a trick though, becuase there's an infinite number of numbers between eight and ten, I should think!

No. There's only one number between eight and ten.

No. There's only one number between eight and ten.

You are wrong. There's only one number between eight and ten.

You are wrong. There's only one number between eight and ten.

4 June 2011
12.01am
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Daniel said:

StrawberryLakiesha said:

The Walrus said:

I'm going to be totally contrary and say I find Abbey Road to be a winter album. I did get it when we had deep snow all around though.

8<x<10

Yeah, I like Abbey Road in the wintertime too becuase it's a pretty happy one, I'd say and winter's the happiest time of the year!!!

And that was real crafty how you did that with the x and that. It's a trick though, becuase there's an infinite number of numbers between eight and ten, I should think!

No. There's only one number between eight and ten.

No. There's only one number between eight and ten.

You are wrong. There's only one number between eight and ten.

You are wrong. There's only one number between eight and ten.

What about 8.4?

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4 June 2011
12.06am
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Or 9.6…

 

 

*9-- would ya look at that?* 

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4 June 2011
12.07am
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Or indeed 3*Pi.

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4 June 2011
12.56am
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Oh, right! becuase some numbers have numbers after the decimal point.

So then  8.00000000000000647483983645733829836456383873546738383754737839380000000004648464738745473883

87557489384674657593938465638394757389383000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

000000000000000000000000000000000548365847357495846468494865749937578584738847584947 is between eight and ten, right?

 

*16*

4 June 2011
10.47am
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Yes, but fortunately the software only uses intergers (whole numbers).

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