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Old 11th December 2011, 08:09 PM   #4011
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Sorry, that should have been sight - it's been a long day
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Old 11th December 2011, 09:08 PM   #4012
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I am now came across the music of these three young Arab man for my unspeakable pleasure:
Le Trio Joubran, Safar- ???? ?????? ??? |oud - ??? - YouTube
But the point is in a nutshell is what I quoted from you now.
Thank you for the link Gyuri - I did find that music enjoyable

You might enjoy this link to Craig Chaquico who is also from Sacramento and used to play often at our night club (before he went big time of course). At the time he was so young (less than 18 y/o) I would have to escort him from the club door directly to the stage to play due to state laws about performing in a place where alcohol was being consumed.

Craig Chaquico Electric Acoustic Guitar - YouTube

BTW - my team did not win today - but they put up a good contest right up to the last play of the game. Our starting quarterback was injured about half way through the game and the 1st year rookie (Jake Locker) came out to fill in and I must say did a very nice job of things for a rookie. The Titans are in a rebuilding phase of things and this young man is a big part of the teams future and I think the Titans found someone they can build a team around. I will be looking forward to seeing him develop in the coming years!!!
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Old 11th December 2011, 10:34 PM   #4013
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Are those Grey whales? Are they headed south? They may be on their way to Baja California seeking warmer waters
This is the start of migration for the Gray whales, but it looked like these
were part of a local pod, as they were hanging out close in. The migrating
whales are usually about a quarter or half mile out, and they are traveling.

When migration is in full swing, you can see a spout every couple of
minutes.

There are supposed to also be Humpbacks and Orcas, but it's not so
easy to tell.

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Old 12th December 2011, 12:01 AM   #4014
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I have been on a few whale watching cruises departing from nearby Newport Beach and Dana Point. Seeing the whales up close is amazing.

Whale Watching Southern California - Year Round Whales, Dolphins
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Old 12th December 2011, 12:16 AM   #4015
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I have never experienced whale watching before, but one of the most peaceful things I have ever experienced happened while diving in Key West. I found an alley way in between some coral reef and managed to position myself in such a way that allowed me to float back and forth with the tide and yet stay in between the two reefs. While floating there for about 30 minutes I watched the sea life around me continue on as if I wasn't even there. There was a nurse shark that was moving slowly in and out of crevices down near the ocean floor, barracuda cruising above me as if they were the guards of the ocean. It felt awesome to be in an environment where I didnt belong yet be able to fully enjoy every aspect of it. Best part was rolling on my back and watching the bubbles float to the surface and all the little fish who were to curious to leave them alone. I love the ocean and hope to spend many hours diving in the future. There is nothing like it.
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Old 12th December 2011, 02:01 AM   #4016
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I've seen just one whale - a Dutchie one

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Old 12th December 2011, 06:10 AM   #4017
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Hi, Zen!
I have been waiting for this comment!
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Old 12th December 2011, 06:21 AM   #4018
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Papa!
I ask only that from you:
They sang anything to you?

http://whale.fm
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Old 13th December 2011, 07:23 AM   #4019
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Look! What I took!!!
And be jealous!
Almost as big as a whale.
Three amplifier is connected to it.

230V/11A Wow!
And it would even more.

https://public.bay.livefilestore.com...big.jpg?psid=1
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Old 13th December 2011, 12:55 PM   #4020
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I like stuff with big red switches and meters and little adjustment knob things. That thing look like it was being used in a bomb shelter somewhere.

You should be able to power a couple of Papa's amps with that!!!
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