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General The Cure Discussion / Re: Have you had dreams about The Cure?
« Last post by chemicaloverload on September 16, 2018, 22:03:14 »
Well I've never been a big MM fan, but there used to be one song I kinda liked, I've forgotten the title though. I'd accept him if he wanted to join us for a Curefan meeting.  :winking_tongue

...was one of the group I was with going to see The Cure, along with David and Ulrich  :lol:

Ha ha, thanks for taking me along!!
I hope I'll get to see The Cure again one day soon, maybe even with you and David and more Curefans!  :cool

Hahaha that’s good to know, should I ever turn up somewhere with MM in tow  :rofl Oh the things your mind does to you when you sleep. I read somewhere that dreams help us to live with trauma, by dreaming about it, we are reliving it and it’s supposed to help it us accept it so we can move on from it in real life.

Awww you’re very welcome. I was pleased to see you and I really do hope that it will become a reality at some point :) Until then, the dreams will just have to do.
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Something else / Re: What's On Your Mind Atm??
« Last post by chemicaloverload on September 16, 2018, 21:56:28 »
Take it easy. He's meanwhile regarded as a writer and not necessarily as philosopher.
You will find a lot of English quotes in his writings, e.g.

Quote from: Byron
Such as we know is false, yet dread in sooth,
Because the worst is ever nearest truth.

He translated the Oraculo from B. Gracian as well. Someone gave me a copy when
I was in my twenties. He is important, but I've collected others too.

Good to know   :smth023
 
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Something else / Re: What's On Your Mind Atm??
« Last post by chemicaloverload on September 16, 2018, 21:54:07 »
He's meanwhile regarded as a writer and not necessarily as philosopher.

I'm not even sure whether you're both talking the same subject here! ("The Secret" is a book which was quite popular 15 years ago or so. Basic message was that the universe will send you what you wish for... And no, I haven't read it either.)

You just cleared that comment up for me. I didn’t even connect the dots between the two  :1f636:
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Something else / Re: What's On Your Mind Atm??
« Last post by Ulrich on September 16, 2018, 21:06:30 »
He's meanwhile regarded as a writer and not necessarily as philosopher.

I'm not even sure whether you're both talking the same subject here! ("The Secret" is a book which was quite popular 15 years ago or so. Basic message was that the universe will send you what you wish for... And no, I haven't read it either.)
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General The Cure Discussion / Re: Have you had dreams about The Cure?
« Last post by Ulrich on September 16, 2018, 21:00:05 »
Well I've never been a big MM fan, but there used to be one song I kinda liked, I've forgotten the title though. I'd accept him if he wanted to join us for a Curefan meeting.  :winking_tongue

...was one of the group I was with going to see The Cure, along with David and Ulrich  :lol:

Ha ha, thanks for taking me along!!
I hope I'll get to see The Cure again one day soon, maybe even with you and David and more Curefans!  :cool
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General The Cure Discussion / Re: Have you had dreams about The Cure?
« Last post by tanyasmith on September 16, 2018, 15:47:31 »
Sounds fun, Chemicaloverload! Although the truth is that I will never ever listen to more than one word or chord of a Marilyn Manson song.

I had a dream as well. It was one I've had before, at least in the same location. It was in a smallish amphitheater with red seats. I recognized a smiling guy who was collecting little pieces of paper from audience members. The Cure was taking a while to come out. Then some people from behind the scenes came and rearranged the audience. I moved from where I was sitting to very close to the front row. Robert Smith came out for like half a minute, as if doing a sound check or something, looked at the audience, but then disappeared quickly. Then some performers came out on stage to do an advertisement and the audience was told to respond in a way to show viewers at home that we were into what we were watching. There were even paid audience members brought in, wearing business clothing. I had the sense that The Cure didn't approve of using the fans to do this and hadn't fully given approval. Then the advertisement was over, the stage was cleared and the audience went back to normal. The Cure had not come out by the time I woke up.
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Other Artists / Re: Currently Listening to
« Last post by chemicaloverload on September 16, 2018, 15:15:10 »
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Albums and songs / Re: Which Cure song are you listening to right now?
« Last post by MeltingMan on September 16, 2018, 14:16:39 »
Spilt Milk
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Something else / Re: What's On Your Mind Atm??
« Last post by MeltingMan on September 16, 2018, 14:06:00 »
Take it easy. He's meanwhile regarded as a writer and not necessarily as philosopher.
You will find a lot of English quotes in his writings, e.g.

Quote from: Byron
Such as we know is false, yet dread in sooth,
Because the worst is ever nearest truth.

He translated the Oraculo from B. Gracian as well. Someone gave me a copy when
I was in my twenties. He is important, but I've collected others too.
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General The Cure Discussion / Re: Have you had dreams about The Cure?
« Last post by chemicaloverload on September 16, 2018, 13:22:31 »
I had another dream last night. This time it had other people in it, Marilyn Manson, who was one of the group I was with going to see The Cure, along with David and Ulrich  :lol:

Don’t worry, all our antics were PG this time round  :rofl
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