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  6. Enough Takemitsu, he certainly seems like a very put together musician. I dont thing any young pianist has the potential to overwhelm with the Faust transcription or else I dont think they would be in this competition. Outside of an extreme few performances captured in the past century of the work, more often than not performers have a tough time holding the piece together and in the end, all we really want to hear is the excitement at the end. But I must give our pianist credit for really trying to be imaginative and playful in the middle section. But unfortuately, again a case where the odds are overwhelmingly against any pianist, no matter the talent.

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  10. No.. not for a while signing Soriano for so long will haunt them i hate them to they stole Soriano from the Phillies who were supposed to get them and they spent like 300 million to upgrade their team when all other teams spent 100 million max.

  11. And still theres no explanation for how your deity believing something makes it any more objective. If a tyrant God believed that torturing innocent people was ok, would that make it so?

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  14. To note a passing that will be less noticed one of the last links to Hollywood silent films, and a centenarian actor to boot, died this week Dorothy Janis, who turned 100 last month. She is best (only?) know for her role as Tito, Ramon Novarro half-white love interest in The Pagan (W.S. Van Dyke/1929), one of the last silent films. She did not survive sound; she was in her late teens when she made this (she was very pretty, although not remotely exotic looking. She retired shortly after, married bandleader Wayne King, whom she survived after he died after 52 years of marriage.

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  16. @Chris: Im sure Brad and his team will start loading up the gallery, and will migrate material from the other WordPress multimedia site as well. The gallery here has a much different look and feel, but will get the job done. Im glad youre still checking in with us from time to time. You did some outstanding work here. Brad and his team continue to do the same.

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  18. Having just spent a year taking care of my slowly dying father, seeing Hereafter really affected me, because it deals with the connection of the dead and dying to the living. Like the french journalist in the film, I discovered that no one wants to acknowledge the altered state in which you find yourself after you have been intimate with dying (not quite the same as being intimate with death). Remember in one of the Harry Potter books that the children always arrive at Hogwarts pulled by horseless carriagesor so Harry thinks? After he experiences first hand the death of a friend, he can see that the carriages are in fact pulled by beautiful black horses, and realizes that only people that have seen death first hand can see the horses. (I think its black horsesit might be black dragons). Anyway, the point is that I felt very grateful to Clint for addressing this hugely significant aspect of livingknowing dyingAND addressing the fact that our culture wants to keep the experience as sterile as possible. Made me go on a mini Clint Eastwood jag, re-watching Gran Torrino and everything except the Dirty Harrys (yuck).

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