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Something else / Re: What's On Your Mind Atm??
« Last post by MeltingMan on November 09, 2018, 10:28:18 »
Do you think by giving tree's legal rights, it goes far enough though?

No, actually not. It can be only a symbolic step. I see clearing campaigns every autumn - with
mixed feelings. People tend to act first and think later. Look, an oak tree takes 100-150 years
to be fully grown, and then you can fell that beauty in a couple of minutes! Not good, and the
nature strikes back, of course. Our actions or non-actions always have consequences. For my
taste the German government is not ambitious enough. But that's a new topic.  ;)
Something else / Re: What's On Your Mind Atm??
« Last post by Ulrich on November 09, 2018, 09:21:33 »
Sometimes the trees can be saved, if/when there are enough people taking action. The Hambacher forest for example (as mentioned by MeltingMan) did receive the media attention.
There are other places though where (almost) nobody cares.

Now for something completely different:
I'll soon be giving up hope of ever hearing from her again...  :'‑(
Something else / Re: What's On Your Mind Atm??
« Last post by chemicaloverload on November 08, 2018, 19:35:51 »
This is exactly the problem Ulrich. Every good idea is about 50 years too damn late. I've heard nothing but bad things about the new Brazillian president. Him and Trump...bad combo.
Thanks for pointing these out!
Albums and songs / Re: Which Cure song are you listening to right now?
« Last post by Ulrich on November 08, 2018, 17:58:54 »

Several problems have been reported in the past. Reviews from the last edition below.

Obviously the band didn't read those before signing/confirming.  :1f632:

Let's hope at the next one these problems will be sorted!  :cool

“Sabbath” features Evi Vine’s gossamer vocals and precise orchestration, cleverly woven together with bass guitar by the very talented Simon Gallup of The Cure and guitar by Peter Yates of Fields of the Nephilim. With only 300 copies made in this first pressing and Evi Vine and Simon Gallup being as popular as they are, these are likely to disappear really quickly.

More info:
Wow, brutal.
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