Music for the occasion

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12 Responses to Music for the occasion

  1. calli

    It starts a little earlier this year, but 44 years ago the arabs started shelling Israel on the first day of Yom Kippur.

    Bad move.

  2. Snoopy

    The 100 day contract was signed today?

    What.
    A.
    Fucking.
    Con.

    Tesla boss Elon Musk has held a party in South Australia’s mid-north to mark the halfway point of construction of the world’s most powerful lithium ion battery.

    A grid connection agreement for the 100 megawatt battery array was signed by transmission company Electranet on Friday afternoon, sparking the start of a 100 day deadline for Tesla to complete construction of the battery or build it for free.

  3. OneWorldGovernment

    Thanks for that Sinclair.

    Love that.

  4. Wozzup

    If you enjoy the sound of Kol Nidre (no doubt a bit exotic, I must admit for most Australian tastes) you may enjoy the Max Bruch interpretation for cello and orchestra. Or indeed even if you do find it a bit too esoteric when sung by a cantor (or Neil Diamond playing one) the cello version might be a little more accessible especially when played by Jacqueline Du Pre. And a slightly belated “shanah tovah” to my Jewish friends out there. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=i91RX2LhY8s

  5. old bloke

    What’s with the ((( )))?

    It’s not the bird-man again is it?

  6. Bob in Castlemaine

    Perhaps we can hope that with the launch of Stephen Dank’s legal challenge, a day of atonement is also nigh for the AFL and ASADA?

  7. Bruce in WA

    (((Neil Diamond)))

    Birdstrike??

  8. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    It starts a little earlier this year, but 44 years ago the arabs started shelling Israel on the first day of Yom Kippur.

    Outnumbered fourteen to one on the Golan Heights, and the Bar -Lev line on the Suez Canal, and the war ended with the Israelis within artillery range of Damascus, and Israeli tanks going hell for leather down the road to Cairo.

  9. PB

    “Outnumbered fourteen to one on the Golan Heights, and the Bar -Lev line on the Suez Canal, and the war ended with the Israelis within artillery range of Damascus, and Israeli tanks going hell for leather down the road to Cairo.”

    Grab it and run like hell, as any shoplifter will tell you.

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