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    Default Books / Films / Music section would be complementary?

    Ever thought that a "Books / Music / Films" section would be complementary to this forum?

    You probably all realised that this forum has almost everything to have a good discussion.

    What it is missing is a section of "Books / Films / Music" that would complement it.

    Would it be possible to add this section, in order to be able to have even this one?

    ZZ forum has mainly intelligent posters, it would be great to hear their thoughts.

    There are still a lot of intelligent writers, musicians and moviemakers to talk about.

    It looks like this forum is missing vital information from the intellectual artists.

    The forum can be complemetary to History, Politics, Philosophy, Conspiracy info.

    And I believe it woud add more topics in the search engines query suggestions...
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    I second the motion- forum called -
    Popular Media

    Description -
    Discussion of Books, Film, Culture, Music

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    I noticed that you already have two sections that are quite the same:

    "Zen Zone General Discussion" and "Anything Else But".

    If you have noticed these two forums are quite the same thing.

    I think the Popular Media Forum can be easily put instead of the "Anything Else But".
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    Quote Originally Posted by DDutton View Post
    I second the motion- forum called -
    Popular Media

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    Discussion of Books, Film, Culture, Music
    I terd the motion. Az, Bronx, NY
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    Quote Originally Posted by aslan View Post
    I terd the motion. Az, Bronx, NY
    I fourth the motion. Arkham, but not in Anything Else, because it gets mixed up and lost too easily there. I vote it has its own pigeon-hole

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    It will take some getting used to, at least, trying to figure out when to start a new thread or when to link to books, music, films, culture from other threads as is the current practice. But it really does deserve its own homeland, so to speak, even though such links will exist all over the various threads. Moderators will have to keep up with when to split to a new thread or when to permit links within non-arts-and-culture threads. I'm sure in time it will prosper on its own merits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aslan View Post
    It will take some getting used to, at least, trying to figure out when to start a new thread or when to link to books, music, films, culture from other threads as is the current practice. But it really does deserve its own homeland, so to speak, even though such links will exist all over the various threads. Moderators will have to keep up with when to split to a new thread or when to permit links within non-arts-and-culture threads. I'm sure in time it will prosper on its own merits.
    Concur. I put forward Great Sax as #1 in the ZZ collection.
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    Default Carlos Santana Black Magic Woman

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    Default Carlos Santana Black Magic Woman Without the dancer

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    I like it with the dancer better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katweezel View Post
    Concur. I put forward Great Sax as #1 in the ZZ collection.
    I would like to see if the lovely young lass is using correct embouchure, purely from a musical standpoint of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metronome View Post
    I would like to see if the lovely young lass is using correct embouchure, purely from a musical standpoint of course.
    Interesting that embouchure tickles yur fancy... from a musical standpoint of course. Even more interesting you didn't seem to show much interest in the seagulls, nor the quality of the sax.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katweezel View Post
    Interesting that embouchure tickles yur fancy... from a musical standpoint of course. Even more interesting you didn't seem to show much interest in the seagulls, nor the quality of the sax.
    Actually Kat, upon further review, the gulls are a little creepy, and I think this beauty prefers a baritone sax. She wouldn't like me, I'm sportin' a soprano or perhaps an alto "instrument".

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