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GUEST,Cj Mediation and its definition in folk music (582* d) RE: Mediation and its definition in folk music 01 Mar 20


Searching through decades old comments for ammunition eh, Pseud? Methinks the lady is obsessed, somewhat.

When I read Jim's posts, there is sometimes bluster to get through, on occasion there is lazy keyboard work and sometimes he does seem to be swatting at flies that nobody else can see, but there is always a point to what he brings to the discussion and that point is usually made from experience and knowledge.


Whereas, your posts have the same amount of bluster and fly-swatting, but at the heart of them there is almost always bitterness and trolling. I've long since dismissed almost all you type as your "point" seems to be nothing more than having a constant go at Jim and his life's work.

And one thing more - constructing "proper" sentences doesn't make you right, and in this instance, it certainly doesn't make you come across as a decent person.




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