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    I won't get it.

    Nour Al Ain by Amr Diab is the only song in Arabic for which I know both the title and the singer.






    Edit: Actually it looks like I haven't even got that one right.

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    ^ You've got it right.

    I saw this guy play this song in 1997.





    Re: Camel Spotting - I had (or maybe still have somewhere) the same album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post

    And Lou Reed in front of WTC singing reap what you sow.
    And yet, still not comprehended.
    Lost in the daze.

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    My last one from 20 years ago. Another cracker.


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    this:



    for some reason reminds me of:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Thai3 View Post
    Even I like this, Nerverna would probably prefer something in Arabic
    20 years ago I was listening to this song.

    Nobody is surprised, the singer is gay of course even though he got married famous body builder, what a give away
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    What an interesting twist this has taken.

    BTW ... I still LIKE that track that Lulu suggested, both as a song in it's own right and as an advertising campaign for the BBC.

    You guys were listening to fringe stuff back then.

    in '97, I was tuned into ...






    Time for the Pub ...



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    Lulu didn't suggest anything.

    Except perhaps deep contemplation of how fast the last 20yrs have gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    20 years ago I was listening to this song.

    That song is about or was dedicated to his daughter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    This tour.



    Quality when that first beat kicks in.
    Searched that vid and found me in the crowd.



    And Pill Pill Dill.


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    Brokedown Palace

    Just re-watched this movie. It's funny how back home this opening sentence wouldn't have any meaning whatsoever.



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    ^ Is that some kinda Brokeback Mountain spinoff?

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    I find the whole concept of this thread to be flawed. YouTube did not start until 2005 so how can a video be 20 years old?

    Yes I have had a few beers but FFS...

    The album or music was released 20 years ago. Never mind it was crap at the time.

    20 years seems a long time when you are...

    To put this in perspective this song (not video) was released 20 years after the end of WII



    In fairness this is 20 years after the Vietnam War but still before Youtube

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    Better to think inside the pub, than outside the box?
    I apologize if any offence was caused. unless it was intended.
    You people, you think I know feck nothing; I tell you: I know feck all
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    Alright, alright. Take it easy, Grandpa.

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    ..and this is from 20 years after the Gulf War son and still not technically 20 years old on Youtube.



    And this is embarrassingly 40 years old you decide



    Some people like classical music and some is 190 years old
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    Big deal. 113 years ago this was released and has never been surpassed!


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    ^ that's because ground leak tests are no longer carried out using animals.
    I give it 5.8 style points in the old system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    ^ that's because ground leak tests are no longer carried out using animals.
    I give it 5.8 style points in the old system.
    I'm not an electrician but I'm led to believe that ground leakage tests no longer require elephants and that todays more accurate measurement techniques can be done with hamsters, cats, or, in larger installations, babies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
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    ^ that's because ground leak tests are no longer carried out using animals.
    I give it 5.8 style points in the old system.
    I'm not an electrician but I'm led to believe that ground leakage tests no longer require elephants and that todays more accurate measurement techniques can be done with hamsters, cats, or, in larger installations, babies.
    Some US states still conducts (sic) it on adult humans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
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    ^ that's because ground leak tests are no longer carried out using animals.
    I give it 5.8 style points in the old system.
    I'm not an electrician but I'm led to believe that ground leakage tests no longer require elephants and that todays more accurate measurement techniques can be done with hamsters, cats, or, in larger installations, babies.
    Some US states still conducts (sic) it on adult humans.
    Which ones and how?
    The Above Post May Contain Strong Language, Flashing Lights, or Violent Scenes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    ^ that's because ground leak tests are no longer carried out using animals.
    I give it 5.8 style points in the old system.
    I'm not an electrician but I'm led to believe that ground leakage tests no longer require elephants and that todays more accurate measurement techniques can be done with hamsters, cats, or, in larger installations, babies.
    Some US states still conducts (sic) it on adult humans.
    Which ones and how?
    Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.



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    There was no testing of equipment in those days?

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    ^^
    Looks like someone forgot to wet the sponge.


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    Yup. Going in dry can cause writhing. At least rub a bit of spit around the head eh.

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    Damn that's gay.
    Butt what do I know.........Still that's gay...

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