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Zanadu

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    Dzldoc

    This is a bit difficult topic for me since I don't know Dzldoc well or much at all, but I have been thinking of you, Dzldoc, often lately and I do pray for you and your loved ones.
  2. Black Sabbath - Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Sentenced - End of the Road (My day has been good enough, but I'm feeling sad about Miika Tenkula's fate)
  3. Hermann Hesse - Siddhartha
  4. This may be a different matter altogether, but still at the moment it reminds me a bit about how media used to direct attention from Michael Jackson's actual message and charity work into him supposedly having been a "freak".
  5. Ha, even better. Thanks glicine. Edited for an ADHD spelling mistake as usual.
  6. The Crooked Vultures , oh gosh I love that name and can't wait to hear more about them!
  7. The ending scene in Dancer In The Dark. :'(
  8. Skenet Bedrar - Kaipa http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r45TUGoNQAE...&playnext=1
  9. Grass for Blades - Wigwam and Stairway to Heaven - LZ
  10. Hmm yes, cultural products from USA are a part of the daily life here in Finland these days, and our journalists also write about America regularly, during Obama's presidency with a fairly positive tone too. I'm afraid I am too young to know firsthand how things were in the 60's and 70's, but of course people did follow the news back then also, and western youth culture became popular here as well. I do appreciate you asking about the Finnish 60's and 70's, but I guess I should think about this a little more before I answer. There were a few influences around then, and regional differences within the country regarding youth culture and protest movements were much greater than they are now (my hometown in the north was way more conservative than eg. Helsinki) so I will reflect on your question a bit more and answer it later, if that is ok.
  11. Please remember that this is an international forum. Perhaps it can be argued back and forth whether the 60s/70s is viewed as a time of peace and love for the USA, but I really don't think that period is globally remembered as a hippie heaven or anything like that.
  12. Merry Clayton and Tarja Turunen are the first that come to mind at the moment.
  13. Thanks for the clarification, but I'm quite worried with your view that deviations like pedophilia and possibly even murder (which you specifically mentioned in your previous post) would be ok if they are just done quietly in private.
  14. I don't understand this post at all. Could you clarify which people and what privileges you are talking about?
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