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  1. Anyone listening to some great music? I am looking for something new. I am a fairly omnivorous music fan. I will listen to pretty much any genre except twangy conservative country stars. But I am happy with most anything else. What's your favorite genre/artist?
  2. AtroposHeart

    What games are you playing?

    Right now I am playing Dragonage:Origins
  3. JesusFightClub

    Post a youtube

    I always love seeing FJists' music choices, so please post what you are listening to. I am on a folk thing at the moment strangely. It's like comfort music for me. (Hope these work) PqbI6UyVimQ That one's in Scots so Americans might struggle a bit with it. Quick translations: tak' tent o = take note of or pay attention to swart supper't = they fed him enough food heid bummer = like "high heid yin", it's a contemptuous way of talking about a boss wheeched = it's like grabbing or snatching something. "He wheeched it awa'." nae mair = what it is in English, "no more" ken't = knew. "Ken" is "know" in Scots. So for example "Ah didnae ken" means "I didn't know" gey close tae scunnert = the best way I can describe this is "He was really near to being in bad trouble" but Hulett means it as "He nearly died". If you're scunnert, you're fucked, basically. ower blaistart = they were very excited and angry (there is not a clear translation for this, I don't think). Ilk wey = every way (the lyric says "every way the government turned they were in trouble", as best as I can translate) Hopefully other Scots can explain better than me Here is a nice song in English after that. This is very popular on the Left, strangely. a0UA2UjJYbU And a hymn, to fit in with the tone of the board. (A very nice one) SmDwjDiDXb8 A personal favourite (I apologise in advance for this. I really am sorry. It just gets stuck in my head) nHY14OVk7r0 Now I would like to hear your YouTube favourites
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