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Guffoo


Camy

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Bloody black dog. I can't seem to shake the thing. And me thinking it was all roses. They have thorns, don't you know. :stare:

'Bath Time' is finished, and should be up this weekend, I hope. Like 'Fellow Travellers', it has a pinch of truth swaddled by muse's wanderings. Apropos of nowt: spooge is such a great word!

'Probisher' is getting longer and longer, and consequently more and more convoluted. I want to write an 'A does this, then that, then a bit of the other ... and finally shags B' :shock: Oh, so I have. Neato. Another one to strike off the list.

Erm ... well then. I'm on a Nutella binge. I can't get enough of it. And milk. Can you drink too much milk, I wonder? I must be on two to three pints a day. I Love it ... and NO health warning, which makes me suspicious. Consumer paranoia, the cat says. Still, what does she know? She likes cream. Tart.

Seraph. Damn. I knew there was something I should be doing. Can't. Not cooked enough.

Grasshopper's 'Darkfall' has reached chapter 22, and is brilliant. Brilliant! Ronyx's 'Brittle as a Bird' is good too. Chapter 15 should be released this week.

We've been rehearsing a lot. There are two of us, as at the moment, neither of us can handle the nightmare politics of a full band. We've pared the material down, and, as well as the rest of the set, we're now playing two tracks with just piano, guitar and voice. One of them is 'Broken Heart' which is sounding better and better each time we play it. When we're ready, we're planning on videoing one of our gigs and putting it on YouTube.

Ave.

Camy

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"And milk. Can you drink too much milk, I wonder? I must be on two to three pints a day. I Love it ... and NO health warning, which makes me suspicious" -- CamyMilk contains both calcium and fat. Fat clogs your little arteries, raises your blood pressure and leads to stroke and heart problems. Calcium, if you have too much in your system, gets into your kidneys and is the main element in kidney stones.Now, I don't know if the type calcium found in milk causes the kind of pain associated with kidney stones, and I don't know what fat content milk you're drinking, but why take the risk on something as dicey as milk? it seemed to me you had a much b etter plan working for you a while back.Drink red wine. Good for you. Both your heart and disposition. And encourages peeing, instad of blocking it up.C

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hmm...milk or wine, which should I drink? I guess I know which is more fun.I had to look up Nutella (which is not the fist thing that I have had to look up). Look at how much smrter I am getting from visiting here.

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Drink red wine. Good for you. Both your heart and disposition. And encourages peeing, instad of blocking it up.C
Umm ... you can't make coffee or tea with red wine. Or if you did it would taste pretty weird! :hehe: Besides, I like wine. It's just I drink an awful lot of milk. Though it is semi-skimmed.
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If I have my way there'll be milk and red wine backstage. So ... that takes care of both of you :dry: CamyP.S. Apparently Amy Winehouse, who just won five Grammys, said: "I'll have one grammy now, and keep the other four for later." :hehe:

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If you supplement the milk with a magnesium supplement you will decrease the chance of a kidney stone.Not too much magnesium though. I read the calcium to magnesium ratio should be about 2:1 in favour of the calcium.Milk can be deficient in magnesium depending on the area in which the cows feed.I now return you to your winery. :hehe:

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I think you're ready already for YouTube. Why delay? And don't worry about getting it perfect because (a) no one else does and (b) no one know what perfect is anyway.I try to procrastinate, but there's never get around to it. That's <i>almost</i> a line from a song.Maybe the craving for milk comes from not getting enough spooge? ;-)What?

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Not getting enough ...? :dry: Well, REALLY! Go to your room! :hehe::hehe: Which reminds me - why don't you join the forums? Then you can hang out in the ultra funky green room, with the Raccoon, Rabbit and moi ... not to mention all the other non animal (yeah right) stalwarts.We'll be on You Tube soon as we get a camera and I re-install my Mac's editing bits. Oh ... then there's wardrobe, and hair to take care of, not to mention catering. :dry: Camy

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