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Old 12-13-2008, 10:45 PM
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Ludwig van BeethovenIn 1779, a composer, writer, teacher, and dreamer named Christian Neefe arrived in Bonn, Germany, to work for the Electoral Court. Neefe (pronounced nay-fuh) was the definition of what Germans call a Schwärmer, a person swarming with rapturous enthusiasms. In particular, he was inflamed with visions of endless human potentials that the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment promised to unleash. Like many progressives of the time, Neefe believed that humanity was finally coming of age. So he had picked the right place to get a job. Bonn was one of the most cultured and enlightened cities in Germany; the court supported a splendid musical and theatrical establishment . Before long in his new post, Neefe found himself mentoring a genius. Meanwhile, in his spare time, he signed on with a plan to, as it were, rule the world!

One of Neefe’s first students was a sullen, grubby, taciturn 10-year-old
keyboard player named Ludwig van Beethoven. He was the son of an alcoholic singer who had more or less beat music into him. The kid seemed more like a charity case than a budding musician, but Neefe soon discovered that his talent could put him in the league of the musicalphenomenon of the age, a child of freakish gifts named Mozart.
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Old 12-13-2008, 11:17 PM
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Ludwig van BeethovenIn 1779, a composer, writer, teacher, and dreamer named Christian Neefe arrived in Bonn, Germany, to work for the Electoral Court. Neefe (pronounced nay-fuh) was the definition of what Germans call a Schwärmer, a person swarming with rapturous enthusiasms. In particular, he was inflamed with visions of endless human potentials that the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment promised to unleash. Like many progressives of the time, Neefe believed that humanity was finally coming of age. So he had picked the right place to get a job. Bonn was one of the most cultured and enlightened cities in Germany; the court supported a splendid musical and theatrical establishment . Before long in his new post, Neefe found himself mentoring a genius. Meanwhile, in his spare time, he signed on with a plan to, as it were, rule the world!

One of Neefe’s first students was a sullen, grubby, taciturn 10-year-old
keyboard player named Ludwig van Beethoven. He was the son of an alcoholic singer who had more or less beat music into him. The kid seemed more like a charity case than a budding musician, but Neefe soon discovered that his talent could put him in the league of the musicalphenomenon of the age, a child of freakish gifts named Mozart.
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Oh, no.

Beethoven was influenced by the Illuminati.

Absurd!
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Old 12-16-2008, 10:21 PM
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Im pretty sure Mozart was a Freemason.
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Old 12-17-2008, 02:08 PM
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Masons are even among us now
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Old 12-30-2008, 12:16 PM
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Im pretty sure Mozart was a Freemason.
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Old 12-30-2008, 07:55 PM
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Yeah, but those who are here are basically low men on the totem pole who think they know all, but don't.

Mr. Worshipful Master's presence is barely noticed, if at all.
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Old 12-30-2008, 08:39 PM
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Mr. Worshipful Master's presence is barely noticed, if at all.
I'M A REAL BOY!
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Old 12-30-2008, 09:15 PM
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I'M A REAL BOY!
What is it that you are trying to convey by stating that you are a real boy?

How old are you?

If you're over the age of 18, you are considered a man.

If you are over the age of 18, and consider yourself a boy, something is dreadfully wrong with you and, might I ask, what is the difference between a REAL BOY and a fake one?
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Old 12-30-2008, 09:44 PM
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What is it that you are trying to convey by stating that you are a real boy?

How old are you?

If you're over the age of 18, you are considered a man.

If you are over the age of 18, and consider yourself a boy, something is dreadfully wrong with you and, might I ask, what is the difference between a REAL BOY and a fake one?
Humor, satire, and so forth. I was making light of your comment about me being barely noticeable.
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Humor, satire, and so forth. I was making light of your comment about me being barely noticeable.
Your answer to my post, "I'm a real boy," doesn't make any sense whatsoever.

It wasn't satire, humor nor did it make light of my comment.

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