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Nextrush Unplugged: Saturday Night Version
Nextrush Free ^ | 4/27/2019 | Nextrush/Self

Posted on 04/28/2019 5:06:53 AM PDT by Nextrush

Music Links.....




Welcome aboard, its Saturday night again and my mood in the music watching things move on by concerned about the pathways of people I have supported and admired in the past.

Nigel Farage is disdaining the party he once led, UKIP, and he's getting great mainstream media coverage.

Farage talks about being against "The Establishment" on Brexit, campaigning in an election campaign that Prime Minister Theresa May and Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn can put he kibosh on if they cut a new treaty they will call "Brexit" with the European Union by May 22nd.

There will be no European Parliament election if those two get a deal cut.....

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Don't normally repost this on FR, but for tonight I decided to pass it along. Its a more laid back approach with music, features, news, comment etc. etc.
1 posted on 04/28/2019 5:06:53 AM PDT by Nextrush
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To: Nextrush
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No. Nothing is preventing you from posting the the full content right here.
Is there something you've written that isn't suitable for Free Republic?
Admissions of wrongdoings or porn or Scientology? Why do you write
things like that on your blog? You may have a mental issue.

2 posted on 04/28/2019 5:07:59 AM PDT by humblegunner
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To: Nextrush
What are the sources for this info?

What makes this presentation unique?

What makes this presentation worthwhile?

What do I get here that I can’t get elsewhere, with sources?

Are you ashamed of your blog? Is that why you excerpt it?

See tag.

3 posted on 04/28/2019 5:18:21 AM PDT by upchuck ("Bloggers" is the most abused forum on FR. Most posts made there should be in chat.)
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To: Nextrush; a little elbow grease; All
Since you mentioned The Kingston Trio

Scotch and Soda - The Kingston Trio (1958)

"Scotch and Soda" was discovered by the Trio through the parents of the baseball player Tom Seaver, who had first heard it in a hotel piano lounge in 1932 when on their honeymoon in Phoenix, Arizona. They liked it so much that they had the piano player write it down for them so it would be "their song." One member of the trio (Dave Guard) was dating Seaver's older sister (Katie) at that time, and heard the song on a visit to the Seaver home. Although it is credited to Guard, the trio never discovered the real songwriter's name, though they searched for years.[2]

4 posted on 04/28/2019 5:25:50 AM PDT by JonPreston ( The GOPe is on board with the North American Union and the European Union.)
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To: Nextrush

Some folks are just fascinated
by their image in a mirror.
I know I am.

5 posted on 04/28/2019 8:54:06 AM PDT by sparklite2 (Don't mind me. I'm just a contrarian.)
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