Music

Looking for a hobby with a beat? Check out a few of these musical hobbies.

Beatboxing

Rahzel, Killa Kela, Doug E. Fresh...you've always wondered how the pros do it exactly. Perhaps you've even practiced a few times, your tongue tripping over itself, a garbled mess of speech coming out--speech that sounds nothing like real beatboxing and,...

Jazz Appreciation

I wasn’t born a jazz fan, but I did form an instant “addiction” at age 13. How does that happen to some one? So you heard some music you liked and were told it was jazz, and you wanted to hear more, and you did. Bang! You’re a jazz fan! But that wa...

Playing Guitar

Learning to play the guitar isn't an easy thing for most people. This is why many people choose to invest into guitar classes. However once you become proficient in the basic skills it really becomes an enjoyable hobby. Almost like riding a bike, it's...

Playing Piano

The piano is quite possibly one of the most fun-to-play, beautiful sounding, and popular instruments out there. Many lucky children are taught to play the piano at a young age and continue to play throughout their lives. In cases where they're not...

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  4. Oh yes, it is such a pity so many curtain fabrics these days have that yuk thermal coating on the inside making them unreusable for clothing. My two fave curtain makes were the the kaftan/butterfly dress thing I lived in while at home in lieu of a dressing gown in the early 90's, and a fab long coat with a huge colourful floral in the late 80's.I've also been known to make curtains out of dress fabric… 😉

  5. Huhu…habs ja jetzt erst gesehen…ist leider an mir vorbei gegangen. Ich hüpf mal mit rein, ich finde Deine Kissen sooooo klasse! Ach ja und meinen Herzlichen Glückwunsch, hast ja auch nen tollen Blog!knuddelz nadine

  6. Agreed: you know i’ve worn through two vinyls of One More Chance? I’ve got vinyl, tapes and now CD’s of the Bad boy big years. Craig, Total, Faith, Big….I’ve put a lot of P’s in Puffys pockets over the years. Dude owes me SUMMIN!

  7. Ã…h, sÃ¥ søte!MÃ¥ nok gÃ¥ til anskaffelse av en slik maskin jeg ogsÃ¥ – Anita har jo vist at det finnes utallige, morsomme mÃ¥ter Ã¥ bruke den pÃ¥ ;o)Ha en fin helg, Marianne!Klem

  8. Vettel é fera. O cara que dá a 1ª vitória a times pequenos em corridas completamente adversas, é sinal de competência. Quando ele começar a ganhar no seco… a concorrência vai tremer. heheh

  9. Anne-Kit and Sagunto: As an alien American, I am going to stay in my spaceship and beam down these questions:If the author was unconcerned about religious hate speech laws, would the author have mentioned Islam by name instead of dancing around the elephant in the room?If the the author was unaffected by PC MC ideas, would the author have designated the majority of Muslims as being oppressed masses instead of free will actors?If the author was employed in a secular instead of religious capacity, would the author have been as concerned about writing passages referring to Muslims that, if quoted out of context, would appear positive to Muslims?

  10. You might enjoy Martinsville CC. Hilly course with a lot of interesting holes. Around Indy, you might like Plum Creek in Carmel…a Pete Dye design. Another somewhat unique one is Heartland Crossing in Camby…this was a Nick Price design….crazy bunkers.Down south Fuzzy’s course in Sellersburg is pretty decent…Covered Bridge. He also did Timbergate in Edinburgh..its ok.

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