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Hello there! 8)
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Heya Keith! :smt039
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Beside that one post I had just made, I haven't even visited the forum in ages. But I can't help it that the place is forever in my heart :)
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07734 ... well it works on my upside down calculator

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That map makes me feel uncomfortable haha
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not down under anymore... "I come from the land up-side-down"... hmmm doesn't have the same ring...
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Hi! I am no longer young and in Nebraska! I have been a Pink Floyd for 16 years!
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Well, it's been a long time indeed :D Glad to see this site is still going and been fun working through this thread to see what the old line up are up to. I fondly remember spending my late teens and half my 20s here (was also the first mod!) Nowadays I'm a lecturer in psychology and barely listen to music except bits of irish punk.
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David Smith wrote:Well, it's been a long time indeed :D Glad to see this site is still going and been fun working through this thread to see what the old line up are up to. I fondly remember spending my late teens and half my 20s here (was also the first mod!) Nowadays I'm a lecturer in psychology and barely listen to music except bits of irish punk.
Welcome back!
So am imagine you won't be interested in the new Roger album then?
Good to see you back!
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Cheers :-) And sort of - just heard Smell The Roses and it's not a bad number. Although it's maybe worrying that it was chosen as the first single. That being said, Roger is more an albums artist. It still has that signature overproduction to it, and the backing singers - wish he'd just do a minimalist piece sometimes.

Midsection is great though - even if it sounds a bit too much like he's copying his old stuff.
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David Smith wrote:Well, it's been a long time indeed :D Glad to see this site is still going and been fun working through this thread to see what the old line up are up to. I fondly remember spending my late teens and half my 20s here (was also the first mod!) Nowadays I'm a lecturer in psychology and barely listen to music except bits of irish punk.
Hey David Smith grew up and is now a lecturer - welcome to the world of lesson plans, E & D, retention and achievement <ii>
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Good to hear from you Nick. Most of the old gang are on Facebook, but missing you. And ha - it's a surprisingly rewarding job - paid reasonably to talk about stuff I love with people I (mostly) like.
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Yo dawgs!!