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GUEST,Woody England's National Musical-Instrument? (1943* d) RE: England's National Musical-Instrument? 10 Oct 08

Woody - I repeat once again my questions...

perhaps you'll please do me the courtesy of actually answering my questions properly, with some of the attention and level of detail you must have shown to acquire your degree.

(1) - what you're saying is that in England we should only perform "good English music"? (AND ENJOY LISTENIG TO VISITORS PERFORM THEIRS)

(2) - If the answer to (1) is yes, does that mean that you think we should take some kind of action to preserve the purity of the English music that exists - as alluded to in your perform your own rule?

(3) - If the answer to both 1 & 2 is yes, what methods would you propose would be used to achieve and enforce this? (I HAVE ANSWERED 2 & 3 ABOVE)

(4) - Given your documented attempts to live a more "authentic" English existence (pottage etc) do you think that there should be a wider effort to revive this English culture? (YES)

WAV. In good faith I've taken the time to attempt to explore what you are trying to say & to give you a chance to expand on how you think the situation as you see it can be improved. You say you've got a degree, but the kind of answers you've given me would not be considered acceptable in Primary School. From the your reluctance to reply and the lack of detail when you do I can only assume what most people here already think is true - i.e. you don't really have anything of substance to say and the opinions you spout have no depth of thought behind them.

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