Also laughing a Max’s troubles with that class.
But I get this, just think you are missing out with Game of Thrones; on the other hand as someone who tried the first page of the DaVinci Vode before throwing it cross the room (figuratively at least), I am definitely with you there, Bill…
On Jan 20, 2015, at 3:08 PM, Andrew Burke <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Ha ha, Bill - What: no Sound of Music? I'm tempted to rhyme, but as it's
> expected, I'll avoid that too! I worry that it is a form of snobbery, but I
> do it too. Only sometimes I pontificate on high about the social impact of
> mass hysteria ... eg, Beatlemania, Harry Potter, Gangsta rap,
> I love the 'housing reno's' and 'pre-disposed' rhyme :-)
> On 21 January 2015 at 07:29, Bill Wootton <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Veer clear of the middle is my mantra.
>> When mates downed Coke, I sipped Fanta.
>> Beatles favourites: John or Paul?
>> I went George; Love is all.
>> No Ford or Holden my first car.
>> A front-drive Morry - less insular.
>> Football? Cricket? Too mainstream.
>> Joined the junior volleyball team.
>> Don't watch The Wire or Game of Thrones.
>> Even The Sopranos got postponed.
>> Still yet to put myself through Jaws
>> or submit to Star Wars' laser sword.
>> The Da Vinci Code I will not read.
>> And The Labor Party has gone to seed.
>> To cooking shows and housing reno's
>> I'm neither post nor pre-disposed.
>> Though they'll ever be defeated,
>> I support amendments at stopwork meetings.
>> Radio with ads, and all that talkback:
>> how, oh how, can this attract?
>> I'm not averse to fellow feeling
>> but popular taste just leaves me reeling.
> 'Undercover of Lightness'
> 'Shikibu Shuffle'
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