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I'm surprised nobody intervened. Human beings sicken me.
I haven't done any A/B'ing, but I'm very happy with my old Marantz 2285, a pair of KEF 103s from the early 80s, a Thorens TD165 turntable and an Apogee Duet 2 whenever I feel like listening to digital with more oomph.
I almost wept the other night listening to Velvet Undergroun'd self-titled album on some unremarkable Canadian pressing. I felt a bit sad for having wasted so many hundreds of listens on countless CD players and iPods. I didn't know the music actually had a soul. This afternoon I rocked a first press of X's "Under the Big Black Sun" and I was actually drawn to treating it like a concert performance. The guitars roared, I could hear the air moving from the bass drum, and...
This is such a gorgeous coat. So glad it's not a size larger.
Extremely tasteful colors, patterns, and designs. Well done.
Extremely beautiful.
I own a new condo downtown and am already thinking about refinancing and reinvesting in future builds. The trouble is clear, though: Toronto's real estate market - particularly in terms of new condo developments - is extremely hot. I'm relatively new to real estate and am not sure where to turn to for sound, objective advice on real estate investment in the GTA. All the real estate brokers I've spoken to say we're not in a bubble (go figure), but within a 500m radius of...
This guy is my new hero. I feel worthless watching him work.
I'd like to rear a husky, but I know next to nothing about dogs. Before I get a book on the subject, I'm wondering if the veteran dog-owners out there could provide me with some perspective. Here are my vitals: - Downtown Toronto. Lots of green space around. Beautiful summers, but fairly long and heavy winters. - I live in a condo that is just over 1000 square feet. I have some fairly valuable items, including expensive rugs and furniture. - I'm single and I work. I'm...
Earthquake after flood after nuclear disaster after civil war after freak temperatures after famines after economic collapse(ing) after mass hyper-sexual hollow cultural ideation after volcanic eruptions and repeat and augment. And again. Has felt like it to me for a couple of years now. I am largely apathetic. I wouldn't think it terribly unjust for this humanity to disintegrate. Strange thing is that even if there were a consensus about it, we could likely do little...
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