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PeteKleinow

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  1. Only in context of this thread and the question of who invented the world wide web. Led Zeppelin did have several songs named that started with W. When the Levee Breaks, What is and What should never Be and Whole Lotta Love for a few. WWW.
  2. Apparently this was missed by some here. http://forums.ledzeppelin.com/index.php?showtopic=10133
  3. They are addictive aren't they? The key is multitasking. Be doing something creative or constructive while surfing the internet. Open many windows and let the breeze blow in.
  4. I consider it the best song on an otherwise mediocre album. The drums being the highlight.
  5. Are you implying that computer, or online, activity is a waste of time? At least for "middle aged folks"? I see it as an interest, or a diversion, that can be informative, interesting and fulfilling no matter what age you are. The instant worldwide communication is but only one part of the whole. But that to me is the best part.
  6. The quintessential 5. The Beatles Led Zeppelin Jimi Hendrix Cream The Who Amazing.
  7. It's all about balance. What about all the people hooked on cellphones? They can't leave home without it.
  8. http://tech.msn.com/news/articlecnet.aspx?...0&GT1=40000
  9. In the best legislation for Medical Marijuana EVER handed down, the new Attorney General, Eric Holder, says the states can now be free to enact, enforce and regulate the weedy industry. So the states that have it in full effect like California and Oregon can rest easy, streamline their policies without the threat of federal intervention. And the states that have been on the fence about it can also go ahead with implementing their own legislation. It's been difficult to figure out exactly how to do it, like finding secure places to keep from bandits making off with the crop. Now it can be an open system where secure fences and the like can be built without the need for clandestine operations. Finally, after all these years, progress has been made for the usage of marijuana by those who truly benefit from it. Higher minds have finally prevailed. There will be obstacles to overcome in getting this to the level of operation desired, but now the pressure is gone and local laws will be the rule of the day. The last time there was anything positive toward decriminalization or medical marijuana from the Feds was Jimmy Carter's suggestion and endorsement of a $100 maximum fine for possession back in the late 1970's. This new action is the first real advance to happen, not just talked about. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/29433708
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