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GUEST,Phil d'Conch Are all folk musicians political? (164* d) RE: Are all folk musicians political? 29 Jan 21

But seriously folk:

Hospitality: ...eft la vertu d'une grande ame, qui tient à tout l'univers par les liens de l'humanité. Les Stoïciens la regardoient comme un devoir inspiré par Dieu même. [Louis, chevalier de Jaucourt, 1751]*

Joanne: I know you can't please everybody, but is there a way to engage musically with conservatives without sacrificing your liberal viewpoint? Am I being saddened by an issue that cannot be resolved?

We choose when, where and how to express any viewpoint we may hold and we do it all the time with everybody we know. Duty and sacrifice are a matched set and it's not like your others are asking an arm and a leg of you here.**

*For Steve, roughly speaking: “ the virtue of the great soul who cares for the whole universe through the ties of humanity. The Stoics regard it as a duty inspired by God.” or words to that effect.

**Fish and guests in three days are stale. [Euphues the euphemismist]

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