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« Reply #15 on: August 18, 2012, 06:29:11 pm »

When I joined this forum I had a quick scan of the membership list and found a familiar name-a member with whom I had crossed swords on yet another forum because he thought my tastes were "too conservative" Grin Grin

Oh.....the irony Grin Grin Grin Grin

(Actually he hasn't been on here for 3 years so I am-probably-safe Grin Grin)

But I DO so much agree about civility and good manners. Just because I wouldn't go on holiday with Harrison Birtwistle doesn't mean that his music is not worth listening to and loving/appreciating if that is your taste. And YOUR taste is no more valid/justifiable/ it what you will than is mine Smiley
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