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Author Topic: A new way of displaying music  (Read 6849 times)

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Offline kentfrat1783

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A new way of displaying music
« on: April 03, 2023, 08:30:35 pm »
Hi All,

I hope your week is off to a good start and you're doing something that makes you happy. 

I have a new fun way that I display my vinyl.  I don't have many so I want to display it and not just put it in a drawer and never see it. Then again I already have the music on my phone so I can still enjoy it. 



Two CD's and love it that I got them signed



Full size vinyl



A small 45 vinyl that I got from CMA Fest 2019

What do you think?  I have a few others that I framed last year.

How do you display your collections?

Kenneth
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Re: A new way of displaying music
« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2023, 06:48:08 am »
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Very sharp-looking, thanks for sharing.

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Re: A new way of displaying music
« Reply #2 on: April 04, 2023, 10:03:19 am »
Nice!

I used to have a collection of ceramic/misc masks. I filled up every piece of wall in the foyer of my old home up in Ohio. At one time I had 312 masks! So many of my pictures are lost to me on a dead hard drive; but luckily I kept a website about my life and have at least some crappy pictures like this one.



I have a small collection of Coca-Cola stuff on my dresser here at my home in SC. Since I'm such a coke addict LOL my friends often pick up coke themed items for me, so that collection started by default. LOL I guess we have a collection of puzzles. We have nearly 400. About 200 we completed and like enough to keep to do again (except for 2 that I glued together because although beautiful, they were so freaking hard I NEVER want to do them again! I have these in frames but I need to get them matted up like your pieces.), and the other half of the collection are puzzles to do.

My other collections are digital - 402gb of music, 300gb of porn, and 7883 MM romance books.  ;D 8)
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Re: A new way of displaying music
« Reply #3 on: April 04, 2023, 08:19:44 pm »
Those masks are so cool.  Then again I'm sure at some time they may have been looking at you.    It also shows have unique those are. 

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My other collections are digital - 402gb of music, 300gb of porn, and 7883 MM romance books.

What an amazing collection of much and romance books. Then again what is MM?

I've lost a lot of my porn collection over the year and just realized a few good ones I had were on the laptop that crashed a few months back.  Maybe I'll find some new stuff this weekend.

P.S. I just realized how to "quote" and add "pics" with this thread.  I'm a slow learned at times.
Date - CD4 - Percent - VL
08/23/23 - 366 - 26%
06/20/23 - 349 - 21% - UD
04/15/23 - 229 - 19% - <20
11/14/22 - 486 - 24% - 73
10/12/22 - 316 - 19% - <20
06/20/22 - 292 - 21% - <20
01/25/22 - 321 - 22% - <20
09/22/21 - 278 - 19% - <20
02/02/21 - 225 - 19% - <20
06/08/20 - 257 - 20% - <20
03/17/20 - 285 - 19% - 101 (2.00)
12/17/19 - 290 - 20% - <20
09/17/19 - 218 - 16%
06/18/19 - 173 - 16% - <20
03/13/19 - 170 - 16% - <20
January 2019 - Started Triumeq
12/05/08 - 174 - 18% - <20
08/28/18 - 166 - 15% - <20
05/08/18 - 106 - 11% - <20
03/05/18 -   90 - 10% - <20
12/11/17 -   60 -   8%
09/07/17 -   42 -   6% - 54 (1.70)
May 2017 - Started Atripla
05/11/17 -    2 -    1% - 169,969 (5.23)
OI's: PCP
Dx`d May 11, 2017
Location: US

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Re: A new way of displaying music
« Reply #4 on: April 12, 2023, 06:35:52 am »
Then again what is MM?
;D ;D
I've always read a ton (easily 4-8 books a week), and the categories vary. SciFi, horror, bios, political, fantasy, thrillers, best sellers, mysteries, dystopian futures, etc. I hate biographies, although I do read some here and there. I adore science fiction though!

Then last April, I ended up with a male/male romance and got swept away. Ok, so about a third of these books are clearly just smut.....mmmm....the rest have sort of a story with lots of sex, lots have HEA (happily ever after), and some are super sweet while others are super angsty love stories. While a lot of these books are kind of cheesy, a whole lot of them are actually quite well-written (.....and edited. Nothing peeves me more that errors in books.

Every time I mention this genre, I get a lot of weird looks; but it was kind of earth-shattering when I started reading these books. I mean whole books about gay guys falling in love?!?! where was this kind of book in the early 80s? Reading books like this about other healthy (and unhealthy) m/m relationships and the stories of other people's struggles and accomplishments with coming out, I might have had an easier time as a young adult and even better relationships than some that I had. When all you knew all your early life were stories of heteronormative relationships and all the expectations that came with that "lifestyle", I really envy this generation growing up with marriage as a right and examples, real life and written, of how not to live the heteronormative life. :)

So in the past year I've read hundreds of these books. Who would have known that these books came in all genres too: SciFi, horror, political, fantasy, thrillers, mysteries, dystopian futures, paranormal (ghosts, shifters, werewolves, vamps, etc). Ok I have to admit a secret, as a switch, the bdsm ones are my favorites although I'm always a sucker for a good werewolf pack novel.
leatherman (aka Michael)

We were standing all alone
You were leaning in to speak to me
Acting like a mover shaker
Dancing to Madonna then you kissed me
And I think about it all the time
- Darren Hayes, "Chained to You"

 


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