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PostPosted: 24 Oct 2006 16:52
by truth_hits_me
[quote="georgygirl"]Good answers Al.

Very Polite :!: [/quote]

In medio stat virtus :)

ciao
veronica

PostPosted: 24 Oct 2006 20:10
by Al
[quote="georgygirl"]Good answers Al.

Very Polite :!:

8)[/quote]

Thanks,Georgy. :)

PostPosted: 24 Oct 2006 20:11
by Al
[quote="truth_hits_me"][quote="georgygirl"]Good answers Al.

Very Polite :!: [/quote]

In medio stat virtus :)

ciao
veronica[/quote]

Eh eh,I see you got it.

PostPosted: 24 Oct 2006 22:55
by georgygirl
"In medio stat virtus"

Aristotele's Maximum

8)

Anyway Notte de la Taranta was in

South-Middle-North all is Italy.

La Notte della Taranta

PostPosted: 28 Oct 2006 16:24
by Thukol
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This is my first message in this forum. So CIAO and YO! to everybody!
FIrst of all: I knew and felt in love with the Police, particularly with their rythm...(Oh, dear Copeland!) Since the beginning. In the last '70ies. I was a child.

I had the fortune to know for first time -very late indeed- La Notte della Taranta, in the festa dell'unità of Modena, 9th september 2006. Unforgettable!!
I pray somebody of the back stage staff to throw me a stick of Stewart and now I have it like a Reliquia in my room!!!
I danced all night and I'm waiting to come in Salento to be "tarantulated" again.
I never felt that kind of energy before. I think it's really an exorcism.

Ok, basta qua, se no rompo le palle!
YO!!!!!! :D

PostPosted: 08 Nov 2006 19:30
by Al
Nessuna rottura,tranquillo.Welcome(It's a little late,I know)!

Bill Belknap Tulsa

PostPosted: 10 Feb 2007 06:21
by BILL BELKNAP
Hi Stewart,
Bill Belknap here. Rumblefish companion. My wife doesn't believe I know you. Would you set her straight?
Best of luck on Grammy night!

Bill Belknap
loudounroadstudio
Same ol' city

PostPosted: 18 Jul 2007 06:26
by georgygirl
So was a hard time at Naples after all...

:roll:

PostPosted: 18 Jul 2007 17:05
by Kalypso
[quote="truth_hits_me"]I smell the way you love Italy and it's great.
I live 30 minutes to milan and if you compare the land around my town with the southern regions of the country....NO WAY.... :lol:
anyway I'd like the idea to see you play a gig in Isola Del Giglio....that's a wonderful place...you'd love it!!!!

kisses

veronica[/quote]

F**K YOU VERY MUCH! Stewart grew up in the Middle East, he will certainly prefer the South to BerlusconiLand....
Isola del Giglio is beautiful, but it is nowhere near Milan....

PostPosted: 18 Jul 2007 17:07
by Kalypso
You will have gotten by now, Georgy, that we Italians are a litigious, diverse and divided nation.
8)
After all, we exist as a nation since 1870, and there are times when I don't feel I have anything more in common with somebody from Turin or Milan than I have with somebody from Philadelphia or Guadalajara.

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

PostPosted: 19 Jul 2007 03:47
by georgygirl
Oh Kalypso!

In me, you have a virtual SC/KK pal from Monterrey Kalypso!

And to me, I have this identification with Italian people, no matter where they are...

:mrgreen:

PostPosted: 19 Jul 2007 05:05
by Kalypso
Really? I just started to have a dissociation with my country. And I certainly never felt American. Maybe I am a Mexican in disguise. No?

It is so weird...when you grow up in different countries comes a time when you don't know who you are anymore.

I wonder if and how Stewart has always kept such a strong American identity even if he has lived in several, so different, countries.

PostPosted: 19 Jul 2007 12:38
by georgygirl
Heyyyyyyy Kalypso:

[quote]Maybe I am a Mexican in disguise. No?

[/quote]

Sounds wild & cool!

:wink:

And about this:



[quote]It is so weird...when you grow up in different countries comes a time when you don't know who you are anymore.

I wonder if and how Stewart has always kept such a strong American identity even if he has lived in several, so different, countries.[quote]

To me both of you are World Citizens...

:mrgreen: [/quote]

PostPosted: 20 Jul 2007 00:56
by Kalypso
I think I made up my mind and chose to be a Proud Citizen of Copelandia, with pledge to the Flag, Tube Socks, Leroy T Shirt and all!!!! :D

PostPosted: 06 Jan 2008 02:01
by SophieYorke
[quote]Night off in Rome, wandering the piazzas waiting for Fiona to arrive from LA. At around midnight at the Piazza Navona she comes around the corner right at the moment when the ten-year-old accordion kid bursts into O SOLE MIO. Rome is like that. Fiona is like that. [/quote]

Woa man! I knew you were a great rocker, but I didn't know you are such a romantic guy! That's a lucky girl, certainly :D