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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    I wouldn't thank you to live in any of these congested big cities, especially down south! If I were you, I'd stick to the relative peace and tranquility of rural Hampshire

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    Quote Originally Posted by southall-1998_mk2 View Post
    1. Good mental health
    2. Money
    3. Hobby/Hi-Fi

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    Uncanny Shane, your three are at the top of my 'wants' list...
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    1. To be able to give my brain a 'spring clean' every couple of weeks or so (don't ask!)

    2. Not letting item 1 wreck my short term memory

    3. Dammit! I had it, but I've forgotten it again
    Pining for the fjords? What kind of talk is that? And why did he fall flat on his back the minute I got him home?

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    You never fail to crack me up Steve
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    1. To be able to give my brain a 'spring clean' every couple of weeks or so (don't ask!)
    Brain? Is that what you call that tiny piece of stagnant grey matter, floating between your ears?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Brain? Is that what you call that tiny piece of stagnant grey matter, floating between your ears?

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    Doesn't need to be big, there's still plenty of room for both my brain cells to move about.

    Anyway, ask any of my ex's, they'll all tell you I think with my dick
    Pining for the fjords? What kind of talk is that? And why did he fall flat on his back the minute I got him home?

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    It would seem to me, that our lives up to this moment have shaped these three things we hold dear.

    1. Being able to play music!
    (To me, getting with the mates and rocking out a
    few songs brings joy! And emotional release!)

    2. Eating GOOD food!
    (After nearly starving to death for 6 years, I have
    a unique appreciation for the finer foods, it
    satisfies many primal urges, and is truly one of
    simple pleasures in life)

    3. Peace and Quiet
    (I think we all understand this, I live in a small
    Cottage deep in the woods, and it is so
    Relaxing and peaceful here, its good for the
    Soul.)

    Russell

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    Peace and quiet from noisy ignorant neighbours should be one of them.
    Many of course would just want a place to live, a job etc.

    No good answer for all
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    Quote Originally Posted by alphaGT View Post
    It would seem to me, that our lives up to this moment have shaped these three things we hold dear.

    1. Being able to play music!
    (To me, getting with the mates and rocking out a
    few songs brings joy! And emotional release!)

    2. Eating GOOD food!
    (After nearly starving to death for 6 years, I have
    a unique appreciation for the finer foods, it
    satisfies many primal urges, and is truly one of
    simple pleasures in life)

    3. Peace and Quiet
    (I think we all understand this, I live in a small
    Cottage deep in the woods, and it is so
    Relaxing and peaceful here, it’s good for the
    Soul.)

    Russell
    I like your '3', Russell, and indeed are fundamentally good for the soul and to feel happy. Simple pleasures, but fundamentally important

    I simply couldn't function without peace and quiet. The world today is so 'noisy', for all sorts of reasons, and people are always stressed out and shouting at each other, screaming kids, etc, all of which for me stands out like a sore thumb when entering the 'real world', and I'm forced to leave my tranquil repose at home, where the noisiest thing I'm exposed to is the purring of my cats...

    Marco.
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Peace and quiet from noisy ignorant neighbours should be one of them.
    And if you don't get it, teach them some manners and silence the fuckers!

    Marco.
    Proud anti-establishment/elite 'heretic', motivated to expose widespread Establishment bias, cover-ups and mind-control!

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