A logical conclusion

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A logical conclusion

It took a while, but this forum has finally arrived at its rightful place. 

 

The End of The Road.

 

 

 

Parla et al: Well done!

Debating opinions and the living truth.

"Logical"?.."Conclusion"?.."End of the road"?..Not really!

...Surging toward the heart of the problem, even if you've barely skimmed its surface...

Parla

I've seen the problem

A glacier-like surge.

 

Hint: for the heart of the problem, a mirror might offer you some assistance.

I've seen your problem.

A glorious reflection of booming shadows in a plane mirror: a glaring revelation.

Tip: Insulate yourself against anything that might make you feel uncomfortable.

Parla

tagalie wrote:

tagalie wrote:

It took a while, but this forum has finally arrived at its rightful place. 

 

The End of The Road.

 

 

Parla et al: Well done!

 

 

Still talking to headstones in a graveyard I see Tagalie. Ever question the point of it? You weren't the only person to predict this situation but it seems you are the only one who stuck around to see it. 

 

Vic.

 

 

 

Jumping Je-hosephat, am gonna get those critters.......

Sounds like the old pepper-pot is still firing, Vic........

Good to see you are still around. I hope you are well and enjoying life.

revival

How about gettng some real discussion going again, with well informed rational, lucid and knowledgeable contributions? I have - largely in - vain tried to re-start a few things in areas where I may have something of substance to contribute, but I would really love to benefit from others' knowledge and expertise in those areas where I am not as well versed.

So can we really invite those who have real knowledge to chip in again, and make themselves heard? And can we please ask those who have inundated the discussions with their rather idiosyncratic ruminations to hold back, or at least formulate them more economically? Even they migh enjoy the revival.

Willem

Revisiting.

Why don't you start a thread on some of "those areas where you are not as well versed" and see what might come up? Maybe those who have "real knowledge" may respond (although I don't know how we "can really invite" them, unless they visit or revisit the forum somehow).

Parla

janeeliotgardiner wrote:

janeeliotgardiner wrote:

Sounds like the old pepper-pot is still firing, Vic........

Good to see you are still around. I hope you are well and enjoying life.

 

 

Thanks Jane. And yes indeed, I am enjoying my life in music more than ever, and to an audio quality and freedom of access I have been seeking for half a lifetime.

 

I'm only passing through though. I pop in every now and again to see if the old site is regaining the life and variety it used to enjoy. But I fear that as long as this pair of insufferable pedants continue to dominate, neither our former corresponding friends nor new blood will feel it worth contributing. Such a pity, and a loss to classical music discussion, debate and education. Oh well...

 

 

Vic

 

VicJayL wrote:I'm only

VicJayL wrote:

I'm only passing through though. I pop in every now and again to see if the old site is regaining the life and variety it used to enjoy.......

Yes, it is sad to read through old threads. Very much like visiting a graveyard, as you say.

I am glad you are well and enjoying things, though. Good luck until next time.

VicjayL remarked:

VicjayL remarked:

" But I fear that as long as this pair of insufferable pedants continue to dominate, neither our former corresponding friends nor new blood will feel it worth contributing

 

Perhaps use of the terms 'pair of insufferable pedants'  is not appropriate language for an open and educative forum.

Who could this pair possibly be? 

 All should be tolerated, except for the trolls of course.

Please let me know if I am one of them. Will gladly stay away.

 

As for loudspeakers what are the opinions about high sensitivity speakers which are said to be making a recovery, including open baffles, and some horns? Nice to link up with decent valve amplifiers and some real analogue music.

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