Old Guy Music

Jan 09 2014

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Well hello folks,

As promised it was a very special year. And it’s come full circle as we end the year’s Vacation Mystery Hour with the final segment. Who knows what will come in the future. In 2 days it seems I’ll be disappearing into the wilds of Northern Myanmar to socialize with exotic animal poachers and smugglers. Not my ideal choice of company but my travelling companion will more than make up for that. It appears to be an expensive trip as it stands. We’ll see how the old pochette livre holds up.

Here we have a reminisce of about 10 months ago combined with a few new tidbits. My time in Shangrila is interspersed with memories of my youth and present. I hope you enjoy.

Socialized children
A peeping tom’s ears: music from an old person’s workshop
Chinese Furniture Review 1
Guangchang Dance Indecision
Travelbuzzkill ABaum Ruins the Day Again
Comedy Break
A Trip to the Spa
Quincey Enok – Ugly World
A Quiet Ending

See you all next season.

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4 Responses to Old Guy Music

  1. Slippery Pete says:

    Children need to shut the fuck up when grown ups are engaging in discussions. What the hell are they jumping around like that for? Damn narcissists think that everyone should give a shit. But we grind them down good, we grind them down.

    • ABaum says:

      Indeed we do and I guess now I can announce the winner of last episode’s challenge! You! Well…kind of. The audio effect was the transition between the recording of my headphones to the actual song recording. Pretty badass, I must say.

  2. slippery pete says:

    I was dissapointed by the lack of participation in the competition. Although the victory seems hollow, I still take great pride in knowing that I was kinda close.

  3. Quincey says:

    cable is a big waste money. i think she made the wrong choice in the end.

    ps. The skill testing question would not except 8-x=6.

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