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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #300 on: January 21, 2013, 06:03:04 AM »
As someone who knows how to appreciate true beauty in members of the opposite sex, I would like to say that some women in their 40s give many women in their 20s a run for their money!

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Even without having the necessary experience in all areas I would've argued that also..

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #301 on: January 21, 2013, 06:21:59 AM »
As someone who knows how to appreciate true beauty in members of the opposite sex, I would like to say that some women in their 40s give many women in their 20s a run for their money!


I am sure he just meant they run a bit slower...

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #302 on: January 21, 2013, 06:28:29 AM »
I am sure he just meant they run a bit slower...

That would depend on their condition and the amount of training they've had, not on their absolute age. Even if this is true, though, as long as they don't run AWAY, I can live with that. ;)

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #303 on: January 21, 2013, 10:28:53 AM »
The issue here (if and to the extent that there really is one) is not about how fit certain women over the age of 40 might be or indeed whether, as j_menz suggested, "some women in their 40s give many women in their 20s a run for their money" but about the appropriateness or otherwise of harbouring and/or expressing feelings (if that is indeed what they are) for a married woman of 40+ on a public internet forum as repeatedly as has been done here.

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #304 on: January 21, 2013, 12:35:06 PM »
The issue here (if and to the extent that there really is one) is not about how fit certain women over the age of 40 might be or indeed whether, as j_menz suggested, "some women in their 40s give many women in their 20s a run for their money"

Actually, it was me who suggested this because I thought some remarks about women of 40+ could be understood negatively. Sorry for the off-topic.

but about the appropriateness or otherwise of harbouring and/or expressing feelings (if that is indeed what they are) for a married woman of 40+ on a public internet forum as repeatedly as has been done here.

As to this issue, I can only react in good humor and congratulate Valentina:

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #305 on: January 21, 2013, 03:15:25 PM »
Actually, it was me who suggested this because I thought some remarks about women of 40+ could be understood negatively. Sorry for the off-topic.

As to this issue, I can only react in good humor and congratulate Valentina:

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #306 on: January 21, 2013, 07:28:07 PM »
Hey I'm not a freaking stalker!!! >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:(
That has not yet been for a judge in a court of law to decide and, for your sake, I hope that it never becomes a matter for such a judge's decision.

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #307 on: January 21, 2013, 07:35:01 PM »
In the beauty stakes, Lisitsa is good to average at best.

I see prettier women serving at McDonalds.

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #308 on: January 21, 2013, 07:44:45 PM »
Difference is, lisitsa is really good at her piano, and the girls at mcdonalds are probably not as experienced with music, if at all experienced.
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«Reply #309 on: January 21, 2013, 07:54:53 PM »
Indeed, but is Lisitsa any good at serving a Breakfast Meal??

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #310 on: January 21, 2013, 08:45:23 PM »
In the beauty stakes, Lisitsa is good to average at best.
"At best" indeed - though let's not turn this unnecessarily into a Lisitsa-bashing exercise, since the context is hardly or her making.

I see prettier women serving at McDonalds.
For one thing, few if any of them can in all probability play the piano at all and, for another, what are you doing in the environs of McDonald's when you make so much of exercising and trying to lose weight and become fitter?

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #311 on: January 21, 2013, 09:17:06 PM »
In the beauty stakes, Lisitsa is good to average at best.

I see prettier women serving at McDonalds.

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #312 on: January 22, 2013, 04:09:06 AM »
Indeed, but is Lisitsa any good at serving a Breakfast Meal??

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Whats so great about the breakfast meal?   :)
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«Reply #313 on: January 22, 2013, 08:04:25 AM »
The hash browns of course ::)
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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #314 on: January 22, 2013, 09:44:28 AM »
Whats so great about the breakfast meal?   :)
Really?

Having prepared by someone other than yourself.

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #315 on: January 22, 2013, 11:02:20 AM »
The hash browns of course ::)
Well, our resident alleged stalker should know this already, having made more than a mere hash of his imagined relationship with a certain female pianist and ensuring that most of us here are thoroughly browned off with repeatedly hearing about it.

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #316 on: January 22, 2013, 01:49:23 PM »
Really?

Having prepared by someone other than yourself.

Haha!

Ok...
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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #317 on: January 23, 2013, 03:46:47 AM »
Well, our resident alleged stalker should know this already, having made more than a mere hash of his imagined relationship with a certain female pianist and ensuring that most of us here are thoroughly browned off with repeatedly hearing about it.

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #318 on: January 23, 2013, 08:39:59 AM »
I'm not a freaking stalker!!!
Read my post more carefully; I wrote "alleged" stalker!

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #319 on: January 25, 2013, 06:42:33 PM »
This thread is still alive?
Seriously why can't this be locked or something.

Nobody. Cares. At. All.

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #320 on: January 25, 2013, 09:08:37 PM »
This thread is still alive?
Seriously why can't this be locked or something.

Nobody. Cares. At. All.
Well, one may suppose that one person does - but it's up to Nils as to whether and when the thread might be closed.

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #321 on: January 26, 2013, 01:10:52 AM »
This thread is still alive?
Seriously why can't this be locked or something.

Nobody. Cares. At. All.

That's why it's 7 pages long right?  If you don't like it, then just don't read it.

Anyways, the original purpose of this thread is to promote Valentina Lisitsa because I think she's a pretty good pianist, and I am in love with her.  Notice how I don't bump this thread unless I think there's something worth posting, or if I'm replying to someone.

ANYWAYS, I'm buying this once I get some money.  I'll have to save my lunch money for three days.

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #322 on: January 26, 2013, 09:58:17 AM »
Anyways, the original purpose of this thread is to promote Valentina Lisitsa
So are you really seriously trying to persuade us all that Valentina Lisitsa is under-promoted? I would have thought that, in some respects, she's done more self-promotion than most artists!

because I think she's a pretty good pianist
She's not bad; there are plenty worse and plenty better.

and I am in love with her
But she doesn't even know that, does she? (and nor, I assume, does her husband)...

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #323 on: January 26, 2013, 11:45:17 AM »
I'll have to save my lunch money for three days.

Good lord, it really is love!  :o
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«Reply #324 on: January 26, 2013, 11:59:23 AM »
Good lord, it really is love!  :o
But not so much so that he's saving to take her out to lunch, methinks (and I mean "out to lunch" in the literal sense - I think..)

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #325 on: January 26, 2013, 05:24:34 PM »
So are you really seriously trying to persuade us all that Valentina Lisitsa is under-promoted? I would have thought that, in some respects, she's done more self-promotion than most artists!
She's not bad; there are plenty worse and plenty better.
But she doesn't even know that, does she? (and nor, I assume, does her husband)...

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I'm not saying that she's under-promoted.
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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #326 on: January 26, 2013, 09:24:34 PM »
I'm not saying that she's under-promoted.
OK, then just what are you saying? And why do you persist in these inanely repetitious declarations of "love" for someone whom you've never met and who's married to someone else? What's the point (if any) that you're trying to make?

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #327 on: January 26, 2013, 10:59:16 PM »
OK, then just what are you saying? And why do you persist in these inanely repetitious declarations of "love" for someone whom you've never met and who's married to someone else? What's the point (if any) that you're trying to make?

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I'm just sharing her music because I think she's a kickass pianist, it's as simple as that.

And me saying that I love her is just a side note.  Ignore it if you want, it's not a big deal.

Well actually the title was made to get people's attention.

And who says you can't love someone you've never met before?!
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«Reply #328 on: January 27, 2013, 07:31:21 AM »
That's why it's 7 pages long right?  If you don't like it, then just don't read it.

Anyways, the original purpose of this thread is to promote Valentina Lisitsa because I think she's a pretty good pianist, and I am in love with her.  Notice how I don't bump this thread unless I think there's something worth posting, or if I'm replying to someone.

ANYWAYS, I'm buying this once I get some money.  I'll have to save my lunch money for three days.



Originally I was the first person to post to this thread. But I realized that you aren't just posting here to promote a great painist, which I think Valentina is.

Instead, I see this thread as turning into a great example of how immature you are and something that if I had started I wish would be erased from the internet.
You are NOT in love with Valentina Lisista. You are not. I honestly do not care what you say. You are a teenager who probably has never experienced what love actually is and instead are mistaking infatuation for love.
Would you take a bullet for Valentina? Would you willingly give up your life so that she would live? Honestly, love is an EXTREMELY serious word that we are just throwing around here without any regard to. You do NOT love her. Love is an EXTREMELY serious word. Please do not devalue it by using it for a crush or infatuation. And also do not respond with, "You just don't understand." Yes we do. We've all been there because we've all been your age. I got dumped by a girl I thought I was going to spend the rest of my life with two years ago, which was when I was the same age as you. You think you have love understood at that age and you really don't.
If you would like to turn this thread into about how Valentina is a great pianist, FINE. I'd be all for that. She is by far one of my favorite pianists. As of right now, I am ashamed to have posted here before. It soils the value of the word love and the reputation of Valentina Lisitsa.

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #329 on: January 27, 2013, 07:49:52 AM »
It's perfectly normal for the very young to "be in love" with people they have never met or that are in other ways an impossible target. In fact that is a very important element of popular culture. Either some of you are too old to remember or you missed that part of growing up... The classical musicians have not fully exploited this phenomena yet, but I am sure that some will want to because the fan culture gets you record sales and in other ways boosts the income.

And to be honest, R-4 is beginning to appear very sane compared to some others on this forum :)


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«Reply #330 on: January 27, 2013, 10:39:44 AM »
It's perfectly normal for the very young to "be in love" with people they have never met ot that are in other ways an impossible target.

Indeed. I find people I've never met much easier to "love" in that ideal 17 year old sense than people I actually know. Less threatening, no bad habits and always in a good mood. Not quite as much fun in other ways, nor as interesting, but what the hey.
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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #331 on: January 27, 2013, 02:43:29 PM »
Originally I was the first person to post to this thread. But I realized that you aren't just posting here to promote a great painist, which I think Valentina is.

Instead, I see this thread as turning into a great example of how immature you are and something that if I had started I wish would be erased from the internet.
You are NOT in love with Valentina Lisista. You are not. I honestly do not care what you say. You are a teenager who probably has never experienced what love actually is and instead are mistaking infatuation for love.
Would you take a bullet for Valentina? Would you willingly give up your life so that she would live? Honestly, love is an EXTREMELY serious word that we are just throwing around here without any regard to. You do NOT love her. Love is an EXTREMELY serious word. Please do not devalue it by using it for a crush or infatuation. And also do not respond with, "You just don't understand." Yes we do. We've all been there because we've all been your age. I got dumped by a girl I thought I was going to spend the rest of my life with two years ago, which was when I was the same age as you. You think you have love understood at that age and you really don't.
If you would like to turn this thread into about how Valentina is a great pianist, FINE. I'd be all for that. She is by far one of my favorite pianists. As of right now, I am ashamed to have posted here before. It soils the value of the word love and the reputation of Valentina Lisitsa.

Don't tell me what I'm here to do or what my feelings are.

If you don't like this thread, then just don't pay attention to it.  Or just don't pay attention to the title.

You're the immature one for whining over nothing.

Douchebag.
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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #332 on: January 27, 2013, 05:06:47 PM »
Don't tell me what I'm here to do or what my feelings are.

If you don't like this thread, then just don't pay attention to it.  Or just don't pay attention to the title.

You're the immature one for whining over nothing.

Douchebag.
Now there's an attitude of mind that will surely endear itself to Ms Lisitsa; not.

No one is telling you what you should and should not do, nor even what your feelings should or should not be but, since you've made so much here of your alleged "love" for this pianist (as distinct from your admiration for her playing, which I don't particularly share, but that's neither here nor there, really), you must expect that others here might feel inclined (as indeed they have) to comment upon your remarks and that what you write will likely invite disagreeing and possibly disagreeable (to you) responses. The facts are that (a) you are not personally acquainted with one another personally and have never even met, (b) she is married, (c) if you did meet her it is unlikely that you would declare your alleged "love" for her to her and (d) you probably know very little about her as a person, which you'd really need to do in order to ascertain whether or not you "love" her. What you seem to have instead is a mere infatuation with your perceived image of her solely on the basis of her playing (which you obviously admire greatly) and her appearance such as you have seen of it (most examples of which will be with her seated in front of a piano).

You're therefore not doing your personal credibility any favours by going one about "winning her heart" and all that stuff, especially as it seems that you have made no specific efforts of any kind to do so.

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #333 on: January 28, 2013, 03:58:03 AM »
honestly...rach 4 is showing dedication, personality and strength. He knows she is married, and older and whatever...He has a vision of what he respects and appreciates, and obviously piano is important to him and he looks up to her for her abilities. The thread mostly involved conversation, and discussion of Lisitsa's most appreciated trait-her pianistic abilities and virtuosity. This is not a "I don't appreciate Lisitsa so I will flame anyone who likes her for any reason" thread...;)
You must be really old school. If this thread was about Arthur Rubinstein, I wonder what you would respond with... ::)
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«Reply #334 on: January 28, 2013, 08:15:19 AM »
honestly...rach 4 is showing dedication, personality and strength. He knows she is married, and older and whatever...He has a vision of what he respects and appreciates, and obviously piano is important to him and he looks up to her for her abilities. The thread mostly involved conversation, and discussion of Lisitsa's most appreciated trait-her pianistic abilities and virtuosity. This is not a "I don't appreciate Lisitsa so I will flame anyone who likes her for any reason" thread...;)
You must be really old school. If this thread was about Arthur Rubinstein, I wonder what you would respond with... ::)
If it were all about piano playing, that would be different. It isn't, quite obviously. I'm not any school. Rubinstein has nothing to do with it.

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«Reply #335 on: January 28, 2013, 05:35:45 PM »
Sure it is, we talk about how she practices. We all practice and it is important to know what works for other people and what doesn't. She's a pianist, a modern one. This brought up many topics related to piano to talk about.
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«Reply #336 on: January 28, 2013, 06:35:51 PM »
Now there's an attitude of mind that will surely endear itself to Ms Lisitsa; not.

No one is telling you what you should and should not do, nor even what your feelings should or should not be but, since you've made so much here of your alleged "love" for this pianist (as distinct from your admiration for her playing, which I don't particularly share, but that's neither here nor there, really), you must expect that others here might feel inclined (as indeed they have) to comment upon your remarks and that what you write will likely invite disagreeing and possibly disagreeable (to you) responses. The facts are that (a) you are not personally acquainted with one another personally and have never even met, (b) she is married, (c) if you did meet her it is unlikely that you would declare your alleged "love" for her to her and (d) you probably know very little about her as a person, which you'd really need to do in order to ascertain whether or not you "love" her. What you seem to have instead is a mere infatuation with your perceived image of her solely on the basis of her playing (which you obviously admire greatly) and her appearance such as you have seen of it (most examples of which will be with her seated in front of a piano).

You're therefore not doing your personal credibility any favours by going one about "winning her heart" and all that stuff, especially as it seems that you have made no specific efforts of any kind to do so.

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This. Rach clearly does not know the difference between love and infatuation and that is exactly what I said. Maybe I came off a little too harsh, but I don't really care. No one else was telling him what needed to be said.

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #337 on: January 29, 2013, 01:37:48 AM »
This. Rach clearly does not know the difference between love and infatuation and that is exactly what I said. Maybe I came off a little too harsh, but I don't really care. No one else was telling him what needed to be said.

No, you actually didn't come off as harsh at all.  You and that Anhiton kid just came off as pretentious douchebags trying to ruin my fun.  I know myself better than you and Anhiton do, so don't act like you're soo on, snot-nosed punks.
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«Reply #338 on: January 29, 2013, 03:09:46 AM »
hey do you know when she will live stream again? :( I wanna watch!
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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #339 on: January 29, 2013, 03:18:57 AM »
hey do you know when she will live stream again? :( I wanna watch!

I know she's having a Recital coming up soon, and I think she's gonna stream it.

Hopefully she doesn't let the audience choose the repertoire, because last time was a disaster!!!
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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #340 on: January 29, 2013, 03:30:38 AM »
yes, quite sad...lol
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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #341 on: January 29, 2013, 02:29:26 PM »
No, you actually didn't come off as harsh at all.  You and that Anhiton kid just came off as pretentious douchebags trying to ruin my fun.  I know myself better than you and Anhiton do, so don't act like you're soo on, snot-nosed punks.

You're "fun" happens to be denying the fact you aren't actually in love with her. I take great offense to you claiming the contrary. I don't think you really understand what love is and that is sad. If this thread were simply about Valentina's great piano playing, which has been posted, that would be fine. However, the title and the way you respond to people questioning your "love" are just plain immature and show this thread is more than just plain admiration of piano playing.

Also, I never once insulted you directly, and neither did Allistar. Calling you immature is not an ad hoc like calling us douchebags. It just proves my point really. Allistar isn't a kid either.

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #342 on: January 29, 2013, 08:23:18 PM »
Allistar isn't a kid either.

Indeed, and he has a bus pass to prove it.

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #343 on: January 29, 2013, 10:34:14 PM »
I take great offense

Perhaps you should be more judicious in taking great offence lest you wear yourself out before you become chadbrochill20.
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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #344 on: January 30, 2013, 01:28:07 AM »
You're "fun" happens to be denying the fact you aren't actually in love with her. I take great offense to you claiming the contrary. I don't think you really understand what love is and that is sad. If this thread were simply about Valentina's great piano playing, which has been posted, that would be fine. However, the title and the way you respond to people questioning your "love" are just plain immature and show this thread is more than just plain admiration of piano playing.

Also, I never once insulted you directly, and neither did Allistar. Calling you immature is not an ad hoc like calling us douchebags. It just proves my point really. Allistar isn't a kid either.

Oh, so you're offended?

I'll give you a little math problem.

I started out the day with a bushel of 12 fucks.  It's now the end of the day, and I still have 12 fucks.  

How many fucks did I give about you being offended?

I'm not apologizing.
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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #345 on: January 30, 2013, 02:34:04 AM »
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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #346 on: January 30, 2013, 02:35:09 AM »


You still didn't solve his math problem.
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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #347 on: January 30, 2013, 02:36:48 AM »
You still didn't solve his math problem.

I'm part of the civilised world where bushels no longer mean anythng.
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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #348 on: January 30, 2013, 02:41:35 AM »
12-0=12

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Re: I'm crazily deeply madly in love with Valentina Lisitsa
«Reply #349 on: January 30, 2013, 02:44:47 AM »
I'm part of the civilised world where bushels no longer mean anythng.

I hope you are also a part of the intelligent population who knows that the metric system is the only logical way of measuring things.
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