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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000990.txt from 1999/01

From: "Buckman, Nancy" <nebuckman@-----.us>
Subj: RE: [kl] The New York weather report, tweeting birds, and music
Date: Tue, 19 Jan 1999 11:53:28 -0500

I'd just like to know how you remove the little piece of silver tape that
invariably is on every CD? You can't do that with your teeth. ;-o

Nancy

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> From: CmdrHerel@-----.com]
> Reply To: klarinet@-----.org
> Sent: 16. tammikuuta 1999 13:19
> To: klarinet@-----.org
> Subject: Re: [kl] The New York weather report, tweeting birds, and
> music
>
> In a message dated 1/16/99 8:32:36 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> Babylon92@-----.com
> writes:
>
> << YOU GOTTA A PROBLEM WITH DAT?? :) >>
>
> LOL! On the contrary! I adore going into the city for my lessons. I
> live
> near Hartford, CT, so going is an all day event. BUT... what an event it
> has
> become.
>
> 1. I make sure I get to the New Haven train station early enough to get a
> coffee and a chocolate frosted donut before my train takes off. (I cut it
> quite close, but a little running is worth the donut...)
>
> 2. By the time my bus gets to Lincoln Center, that first coffee has worn
> off
> (I have to get up much earlier than I'm used to to catch the train), so I
> must
> find a second cup. Now being a Connecticut backwoods wimp, I need to find
> coffee that doesn't rip the skin off my tongue (for fear of losing that
> fastissimo staccato!) After much searching, I found a little place off
> Columbus Ave (the name escapes me now) that has GREAT coffee.
>
> 3. I keep my eyes open all along the route for that extra special
> prize... A
> magazine left behind by some lunchtime luncher. Sometimes I find one! I
> stuff it in my bag to read on the way home, because... it's FREE!
>
> 4. Also along the route I keep my eyes open for people, because once I
> rode
> the bus with one of my soap stars! Whoohoo!
>
> 5. By now I've gotten down 67th street for my lesson, which is an
> adventure
> all in itself...
>
> 6. And of course coming home is just as fun. Depending on how hungry I
> am
> and how much money I have left, I have various "dinner" points I like to
> hit.
> (by the way, the lounge upstairs in Grand Central has great peanuts in
> bowls
> on the bar and... they're FREE!)
>
> 7. And if it's still early when I get back to New Haven, a third coffee
> from
> Dunkin Donuts is always good. :)
>
> 8. Also, the car ride to and from New Haven is always a good time to
> catch up
> on listening in my car. (Especially if I stopped at Tower Record... You
> know, opening wrapped CD's in your car with your teeth requires quite a
> technique.)
>
> Teri Herel.
>
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