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 Posted: Wed Sep 17th, 2008 07:05 pm
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Southern Son wrote: Guys,

Here are my top ten CW songs

1. Dixie (of course)

2. The Bonnie Blue Flag(of cource)

3 The Southern Soldier Boy

4. Cumberland Gap

5. The Unreconstructed

6. Oh, I'm a good ol' Rebel

7. Yellow Rose of Texas

8. Lorena

9. Aura Lee

10. The Battle of Antietam

I'd love to heer y'alls


diddo.....it seems we have yet one more thing in common



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 Posted: Wed Sep 17th, 2008 07:51 pm
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I'd have to say that is pretty much my top 10 as well. Did you ever notice that the South's music seems to be a little me lively than the Northern tunes?



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Sorry, I meant more lively, not me lively.



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I like Bonnie Blue Flag and that slow mellow version of Battle Cry of Freedom that's in Ken Burns's Civil War film.

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Can't get much better than the Norman Luboff Choir's version of the Battlecry of Freedom. Still gives me prickles. It's version of "Dixie" doesn't cut it. Dixie ought to be a lively tune.

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Really like the CD I bought in New Salem of Songs of Lincoln.  I think several people in the group bought copies.  

Talk about chills Ole, a good verison of Battle Hymn of the Republic does that for me.



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Here's that mellow version of Battle Cry of Freedom I was talking about in my earlier post:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=heObdXpA7ic



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WARNING!

There is a worm out there plaguing the social sites. One of the keys is "Your Adobe is Outdated. Click here to download the latest version."

From an article in a recent issue of Computer World.

 



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Does this worm repeat a post in triplicate?



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Don't know enough about puters to comment, Pvt. Son posted that it was on Facebook and My Page and a few other social sites. Apparently, when you click on that download thing, you expose yourself and all of your listed "friends" to the hackers and then they can get into your computer and files and such.

It is probably best, if your installed Adobe is not the latest version, to go to Adobe directly instead of through a link.

I don't know nothing about birthing no babies.

Ole



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My wife's computer got infected with that a couple of weeks ago and I found that a free download of Malware is your friend. It is a very nasty worm too, someone did a nice job of creating that thing. Too bad such talent wasn't put to a better purpose.



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how do you hate the Battle Hymn Of The Republic???



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Savez wrote:    It was written by a lying abolitionist wench.
i love the way you worded that!!! you would fit in great with me and my pirate friends!!! you do make a very good point Savez. i do believe that some people are so caught up on the Union and their cause that our ancestors get over shadowed. i have met one person before that said because my ancestors are Confederate they have no right to a memorial or to be remembered or honored. that is not true, all men white or black, Confederate or Union have a right to be remembered and honored.



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Savez:

I am not aware of Ms. Howe's history of lying or promiscuity, please enlighten me.



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Okay I'll retract my "lying" statement and replace it with "hypocritical". As far as the wench part goes? Well, I guess that was a little harsh. But I still don't like the woman.

 

Why do you call her a hypocrite ?  She seems to have had strong convictions and stayed true her whole life to those convictions. 



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