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    Senior Member anfield5's Avatar
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    i have 4 guitars, 2 banjos, a mandolin and an antique bonjolin - on the lookput for a bouzouki and a balalaika.

    do you prefer warm or cold weather, I ask because it is bloody freezing here at the moment

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    I like it when it's cold in winter and hot in summer. Over the last couple years it's bee the other way around and it was weird and unpleasant.

    Picnic or an indoor party?
    Llibertat

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    Hate to eat on a blanket. Not fond of indoor locations. I'd rather choose a terrace.

    Do you like to climb the mountains?
    'I am just too much.'

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    Yes I do like to climb mountains. I have done some of that recently.

    What is your favorite non alcoholic drink? and alcoholic drink?
    Its not crashing it's drifting with style

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    alcoholic - strong Belgian ales
    non-alcoholic - sour milk

    What shows up most often in your stream of consciousness?
    Llibertat

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    Horticulture, gardening and plants. It is my job, business, hobby and passion. I truly love my job and hobby equally and thus am quite happy.

    What is the biggest problem in your country right now?
    Its not crashing it's drifting with style

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    People's apathy. The common perception is that the economy is bad, the country is going nowhere etc. So instead of putting themselves together people wake up each morning and go to work like to their own funeral. Mood is dismal and faces are gloomy.

    Same q.
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    In Britain: facing the reality of the Brexit vote. Those who voted "leave" are having to realise that there may well be implications they had not realised. Those who voted "remain" are having to accept that the country will be leaving the EU come what may come. And the politicians in general should recognise the difficulty of the task Theresa May has and not try to score cheap political points by sabotaging her task.

    Next Q: Is there a workable alternative to "One man one vote" democracy?
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    Most of the polities in the history of the humankind were not "one man one vote" democracies, and some of them were pretty well run, so the short answer is yes. What will that alternative look like, I don't really know.

    What part of your basic comfort are you ready to sacrifice for the common good?
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    Nothing. Enough with sacrifices!

    Do you like to go to the theatre?
    'I am just too much.'

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