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just curious

GUEST,Andy mööer 06 Jul 00 - 09:23 AM
wysiwyg 06 Jul 00 - 02:49 PM
McGrath of Harlow 06 Jul 00 - 03:19 PM
Homeless 06 Jul 00 - 03:45 PM
Irish sergeant 06 Jul 00 - 08:24 PM
McGrath of Harlow 06 Jul 00 - 08:47 PM
GUEST,Joerg 06 Jul 00 - 08:50 PM
SINSULL 07 Jul 00 - 08:39 PM
Jim the Bart 08 Jul 00 - 01:29 AM
sledge 08 Jul 00 - 04:25 AM
Alan of Australia 08 Jul 00 - 10:11 AM
GUEST,Karibu-sana@gmx.net 09 Jul 00 - 08:34 AM
Peter T. 09 Jul 00 - 09:23 AM
Callie 09 Jul 00 - 09:48 AM
katlaughing 09 Jul 00 - 09:50 AM
Tracey Dragonsfriend 09 Jul 00 - 11:45 AM
GUEST,andy mööer 10 Jul 00 - 06:59 AM
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Subject: just curious
From: GUEST,Andy mööer
Date: 06 Jul 00 - 09:23 AM

Was wondering (for the sake of itself,if nothing else). Are there any other humans (besides John c and myself) mudcatting from Austria??,or indeed Innsbruck?


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Subject: RE: just curious
From: wysiwyg
Date: 06 Jul 00 - 02:49 PM

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Subject: RE: just curious
From: McGrath of Harlow
Date: 06 Jul 00 - 03:19 PM

The Mudcat Locator (Quick links/Mudcat Resources/Muscat Locator) doesn't show anyone in Austria, but there's one 'catter in Bavaria anyway.

I wish a few more people would put their location in there - it's not streets or even towns, just counties in Engkland, or States in the USA and so forth. But it helps remind us we're linking around the world here. And it can be handy sometimes too.


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Subject: RE: just curious
From: Homeless
Date: 06 Jul 00 - 03:45 PM

How does one get his (her) location put there? By PMing Max?

I'll volunteer that I'm in Indiana, USA.


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Subject: RE: just curious
From: Irish sergeant
Date: 06 Jul 00 - 08:24 PM

Andy: Nice to meet you! I'm Neil AKA (Also KNown AS) Irish Sergeant from Syracuse, New York in the United States. I never got to Austria when I was in the service but it would be a nice visit I think. Mit Gemutlikeit, Neil PS forgive my German, I'm out of practice.


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Subject: RE: just curious
From: McGrath of Harlow
Date: 06 Jul 00 - 08:47 PM

You go to the Mudcat Resources page, Homeless (ie, Quick Links/Mudcat Resources), and click on the Blue Clicky saying Max. And then you become the second identifiable 'Catter in Indiana!

That's unless some lother fella gets in first and pushes you into number three. Go for it NOW


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Subject: RE: just curious
From: GUEST,Joerg
Date: 06 Jul 00 - 08:50 PM

Well, McGrath, there's a 'catter and a GUEST from Bavaria

;-)

Joerg


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Subject: RE: just curious
From: SINSULL
Date: 07 Jul 00 - 08:39 PM

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Subject: RE: just curious
From: Jim the Bart
Date: 08 Jul 00 - 01:29 AM

From Austria, huh? Well put another shrimp on the barby and G'day to ye, Matey.

Sorry, but it's late and I'm feeling Dumb (and Dumber) and couldn't resist. I'm just a goof from Chicago


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Subject: RE: just curious
From: sledge
Date: 08 Jul 00 - 04:25 AM

Hi Andy,

Sledge from the South coast of England, spent a delightful weekend in Vienna with my Girlfriend last year, Love them white horses.


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Subject: RE: just curious
From: Alan of Australia
Date: 08 Jul 00 - 10:11 AM

G'day Bartholomew,
Can somebody tell us Aussies what the hell is a shrimp? We are familiar with prawns however.

Cheers,
Alan


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Subject: "how to become a busker"
From: GUEST,Karibu-sana@gmx.net
Date: 09 Jul 00 - 08:34 AM

Hi everybody!

Well, I just got on this page while looking for "street-musician´s-links". May I ask all the buskers around on their way, background, and motives for becoming a street musician? Myself, I am playing guitar and sing (suppose not that good yet), I like the old Beatles songs, Crowded House, Oasis, Deep Blue Something,...I am turning over in my mind whether and how to live as a busker, maybe for one year going around Europe or beyond, with a nice collection of guitar songs...I am not a professional musician...may be you have a recommendation also on how to contact one or two persons for such an undertaking, having the same idea...

regards from Hamburg! Thorsten


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Subject: RE: just curious
From: Peter T.
Date: 09 Jul 00 - 09:23 AM

Thorsten, there was was a thread about this recently giving advice on busking -- you could search in the Digitrad and Lyrics Forum Search space. I can't remember the title. Can anyone else recall what the title was and link it here? I don't remember that it had busker in the title.

yours, Peter T.


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Subject: RE: just curious
From: Callie
Date: 09 Jul 00 - 09:48 AM

Alan: I always thought "shrimps" were short people. Never understood why they should be thrown on the bbq.

Callie


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Subject: RE: just curious
From: katlaughing
Date: 09 Jul 00 - 09:50 AM

Here ya go click for busking thread


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Subject: RE: just curious
From: Tracey Dragonsfriend
Date: 09 Jul 00 - 11:45 AM

Alan - A shrimp is just a smaller version of a prawn! They're stonger-tasting, dryer, and much smaller & fiddlier to peel. They come in pink & brown varieties, and are maybe 2cm long. I think we in the UK may be the only ones that bother with catching, cooking, peeling (yawn!) & eating them - I haven't seen them anywhere else in Europe or the US.


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Subject: RE: just curious
From: GUEST,andy mööer
Date: 10 Jul 00 - 06:59 AM

This thread has become a seafood show. Servus Neil! ,your german seems better than mine,I kind of knew the word 'Gemutlikeit'but had to look it up to be sure.Tis true I have found some of that here. -Bartholemew-,Sorry I dont have any shrimps and I've never owned a barbie (not to mention a Ken),but its ok cos I'm sure my goof rating is way above yours. -Sledge,I've been to Vienna twice ,but white horses?-I saw some light brown cows on the way ,does that count?. Please explain the equine enigma. -Thorsten,I have been busking for years my first time was in Sydney(Devonshire st Tunnel at Central) It came about from a severe need of money then turned out to be very enjoyable( by the 20th time).Now my act includes a foot operated dancing cow (wearing Lederhosen) viel Glück,with your busking.


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Subject: RE: just curious
From: sledge
Date: 10 Jul 00 - 08:11 AM

The white horses of the Spanish riding scholl, the famed Lipizaners, to be found slap bang in the middle of Vienna.


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Subject: RE: just curious
From: Callie
Date: 10 Jul 00 - 09:18 PM

The Devonshire Street tunnel is still the liveliest place for buskers. All other busking activity in Sydney has been severely curtailed leading up to Olympics nonsense.


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