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PostPosted: Mon Sep 18, 2006 12:40 am 
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a'ight. here's me. with a bunch of trophies from a competition last winter. they're so big because there is no money involved besides the registration fee... :roll:


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 Post subject: Re: Fish.
PostPosted: Mon Sep 18, 2006 3:42 am 
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jcfeli wrote:
Hello PianoLady,

I would love to see a photograph of your fish -- then perhaps I could submit a recording of St. Saens' "The Fishes" from his Carnaval of the Animals.

Cheers,

Joe

:lol: Seems like we connect two topics here.

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joeisapiano wrote:
a'ight. here's me. with a bunch of trophies from a competition last winter. they're so big because there is no money involved besides the registration fee... :roll:

Or perhaps becaused you played very well? Nice pictures!

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 Post subject: Halloween Party: Saddam and Mrs. Saddam
PostPosted: Mon Sep 18, 2006 6:48 am 
Hello to Piano Society Moderators and Members.

Enclosed is a photograph of Yours Truly and Mrs. Yours Truly when we attended a Halloween costume party a number of years ago.

This photograph is intended for entertainment purposes only. No political statements are intended; if the moderators dislike this photo, they are free to remove it from this thread.

Before someone asks, the TNT/dynamite prop consists of three red cardboard rolls used to spool engineering chart paper, and the timing device is nothing more than a high temperature thermometer.

The moustache was created by my wife, who kindly donated a lock of her hair for my costume. Her face is covered in this photograph -- when she removed the cover from her face at the party, the guests laughed to find that two of her front teeth had been blackened out.

Enjoy

Joe <jcfeli>


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Techneut, is that all you're eating for lunch in Rome, a piece of bread? :lol:

Not always. But eating rough seems to have a certain charm, as well as spending 3 euros instead of 30.

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 Post subject: Saddam Family
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Great photo Joe ! You look better with the moustachio :wink:
That dangerous TNT device looks more like a trendy flashlight to me.
So, for next Halloween, you gonna do Bush ?

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Enclosed is a photograph of Yours Truly and Mrs. Yours Truly when we attended a Halloween costume party a number of years ago.


Nice picture, jcfeli. You look like a 'nice' Saddam.


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Juufa, your first picture is artistic. Are you into photography too?


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Techneut, is that all you're eating for lunch in Rome, a piece of bread? :lol:

Not always. But eating rough seems to have a certain charm, as well as spending 3 euros instead of 30.


Typical Dutch people. Always eat bread. Don't know whether they just like it or want to save some money :lol: ...

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Me a few months ago. Lol I shouldn't lean forward so much. But if I wanna play good it just automatically happens... Should change that habit.

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pianolady wrote:
Juufa, your first picture is artistic. Are you into photography too?



Ah, may this answer all your questions

http://www.photo.net/photodb/user?user_id=1174685


(as you see Technuet, even my self portrait in this web page has the same vibe of 1) low key lighting and 2) never making direct eye contact with the camera....muahaha...I just do not like being photographed. I prefer to be behind the camera)!


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as you see Technuet, even my self portrait in this web page has the same vibe of 1) low key lighting and 2) never making direct eye contact with the camera....muahaha...I just do not like being photographed. I prefer to be behind the camera)!

Or behind the sniper gun... sheesh you look fearsome !
The pics of the squirrel are beautiful though.

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I shouldn't lean forward so much. But if I wanna play good it just automatically happens.


lol_nl, I'm not sure what piano teacher professors say, but I think you should sit however you are comfortable. I saw Joyce Yang or Lang play and she sat very close. Some people have mentioned that I sit too far back from the keys. :? Hmmm, maybe that should tell me something. Anyway, what kind of piece uses the piano and the bongo drum? :lol: ( I'm joking, but then again, maybe there is such a piece?)


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Ah, may this answer all your questions


It sure did! Nice photos. (but the sniper shot is a little scary :) )


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 Post subject: Bikini picture
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Just kidding! Although I do have one on file that I send to my friend as a joke of how us female teachers in Canada might increase the appeal of piano lessons to teenage boys. It is a large-busted gal standing in her bikini at the grand piano. If anyone wants it, let me know. Scared to put it here for fear that Chris or Robert will kick me off of the forum!


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