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    Re: Great Moments in the History of Music

    Thanks for the education about Blackstreet. No Diggity is still something I listen to regularly, so I'm pretty sure I over-inflated their spot in R&B history for the time period. And yes, Usher's...
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    Re: Great Moments in the History of Music

    Music is so deeply personal. Ever since I started this thread, I have struggled with what is a truly great moment in the history of music vs what is something I THINK is a truly great moment in music...
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    Re: Great Moments in the History of Music

    And then, if you think about what women of color were doing on the dance floor in the late 80s and early to mid 90s... Martha Wash, Jody Watley, Janet Jackson, Cici Peniston, Crystal Waters, Loleatta...
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    Re: Great Moments in the History of Music

    Nothing about music fascinates me more than what moves one person but perhaps does not move another. Without question, some of it has to do with exposure. You can't love something if you don't know...
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    Re: Great Moments in the History of Music

    I'm laughing because when I lived at 12th and T, NW, in Washington, DC, (1992-1998) I had a neighbor who used to BLAST this. But I never minded. And until now, I never would have been able to tell...
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    Re: Great Moments in the History of Music

    Never heard this. Thank you for sharing, Jazz. This is Luther-caliber baby-making music.
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    Re: Great Moments in the History of Music

    So, I was never a big fan of New Edition. That said, I did not DETEST them the way I detested NKOTB. I absolutely hated NKOTB. Hated them, hated them, hated them.

    But it's a completely different...
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    Re: Let's Discuss Science

    Okay. As someone who has worked in or for the federal government for 28 years...

    Advisory committees, advisory groups, steering committees, etc., have always been a problem--at least as long as I...
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    Re: World News Random, Random

    Doesn't the Taliban have a fairly illustrious history of claiming responsibility for attacks they actually had nothing to do with?
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    Does anyone know how many match points Coric has fought off today over his two matches? I just know it's a bunch...
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    Sticky: Re: Tennis Players Random, Random

    Have you discussed this with your doctor?
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    Re: A Chronicle of our Descent to Hades

    I did not need to visualize that, ponchi.

    Weekend. Officially. Ruined.
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    Re: The Run to the WH

    I thought we learned in 2016, the hard way, that polls, even legitimate ones without extremely leading questions, are not valid.
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    Re: ATP 250 Stuttgart 6/10 - 6/16 2019

    The game where Dustin served for the match at 5-4 in the third was super messy, but that was totally understandable, and it actually elevated the tension and entertainment level. I hate rooting...
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    Sticky: Re: Tennis Players Random, Random

    No, I think you tap it and then it transports you to Romulus...
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    Re: '19 WTA Int'l Mallorca 6/17 - 6/23 2019

    And for women. Stuttgart confuses me. But this is downright bonkers.
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    Re: Let's Discuss Science

    It's important to remember that AI (artificial intelligence, not artificial insemination) can be used for tremendous good. The most accessible example in my case, because of my job, is the positive...
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    Re: A Chronicle of our Descent to Hades

    They've already forgotten about when Kellyanne told viewers to go buy Ivanka's stuff?
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    Re: Predictions : Week of 061019

    Yeah, rub it in, why don't you...
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    Sticky: Re: '19 Racquet Smashing Contest

    Sorry. This thread has been officially jacked. Oh, d'oh!!!
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    Sticky: Re: '19 Racquet Smashing Contest

    Great. Now I can't get Every Sperm is Sacred out of my head...
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    Sticky: Re: '19 Racquet Smashing Contest

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arCITMfxvEc
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    Re: Predictions : Week of 061019

    Yeah, an hour or two ago I wasted 2.5 minutes trying to figure it out.
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    Sticky: Re: '19 Racquet Smashing Contest

    Ain't nothin' gonna beat that this year.
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    Re: Becker: Under 28 Players are Useless

    Boris bores me. To tears.
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