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Mar-22-22
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  harrylime:

WATT were Frankenstein's creations FIRST WORDS ??

<<Dice>> at least attempted this ...

Geeeeeeeeeeez

Simple Minds - Don't You (Forget About Me)

https://youtu.be/CdqoNKCCt7A

Mar-22-22
Premium Chessgames Member
  harrylime:

I WAS NOIR

I AM NOW INTO ROMANTICISM

a-ha - Take On Me

https://youtu.be/djV11Xbc914

Mar-22-22
Premium Chessgames Member
  harrylime:

MARY SHELLEY

The first rock star rebel

Mar-22-22
Premium Chessgames Member
  harrylime:

THO I did not realise

KATE BUSH shares the same BIRTHDAY with EMILY BRONTE

Kate Bush - Wuthering Heights -

https://youtu.be/Fk-4lXLM34g

Mar-22-22
Premium Chessgames Member
  HeMateMe: What were Mark Finan's final words?

"Where was Maggie Thatcher when we were getting high?"

Mar-22-22
Premium Chessgames Member
  diceman: <harrylime:

So er

What were Frankenstien's Creatures first words ???>

I buried Paul, Loki

Mar-22-22  cormier: morning guys ... ths G
Mar-22-22  Schwartz: 1. d4 d5 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. Bg5 Be7 5. Nf3 h6 6. Bxf6 Bxf6 7. e3 c6 8. Be2 b6 9. O-O O-O 10. Rc1 Nd7 11. h3 Re8 12. b3 Bb7 13. cxd5 exd5 14. Bd3 g6 15. Re1 Bg7 16. b4 Rc8 17. a4 Qe7 18. Rb1 f5 19. a5 b5 20. Ne2 Rc7 21. Nf4 Nf8 22. h4 Bc8 23. g3 Be6 24. Kg2 Bf7 25. Rh1 Nd7 26. Qc2 h5 27. Ng5 Nb8 28. Rhe1 Na6 29. Qd2 Bf8 30. Nxh5 Nxb4 31. Nf4 Nxd3 32. Nxd3 Bg7 33. Nc5 Bf6 34. f4 Qf8 35. Kf2 Rcc8 36. a6 Be7 37. Nd7 Qg7 38. Ne5 Bxg5 39. hxg5 Kf8 40. Rh1 Ke7 41. Rh6 Rh8 42. Rbh1 Rxh6 43. Rxh6 c5 44. dxc5 Rxc5 45. Qb4 1-0
Mar-22-22
Premium Chessgames Member
  diceman: <harrylime:

So er

What were Frankenstien's Creatures first words ???>

I neeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee- eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee- eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee- eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee- eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed some Edgar Winter Group!

Mar-22-22
Premium Chessgames Member
  diceman: <I neeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee- - eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee- - eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee- - eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee- - eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed some Edgar Winter Group!>

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8f...

Mar-22-22  Polonia: 10/10 how world championships should go:
The Kibitzer's Café

chessgames: adolf anderssen was champion from 1851 to 1868, the lost to steinitz and zukertort does not count and here is why:

Any player who draws world champion should be considered as CO-CHAMPION BUT NOT THE CHAMPION. In reality the lineal world champions should start from Anderssen, because of the major intnerational tournament he won in London in 1851 where he pretty much destroyed all the competition.

1. Adolf Anderssen 1851 - 1858, 1860 - 1865, 1868 - 1871 (23 years on top) Won all matches against Zukertort, except for the 1865 and 1871 match, Steinitz defeated Anderssen in 1866 but Anderssen was not the champ. Co Champions: Paulson drew Anderessen in 1860 match, 5 to 5, one draw, Kolisch did it in 1862 match, 3 to 3 with 2 draws. Anderssen also drew Daniel Harrwitz in 1848 match, 5 to 5, this could be considered the first world championship match since at least 10 serious games were played! In 1860 he drew 11 game match vs Harrwitz. In 1861 he won 9 game match vs Harrwitz. In 1862 he drew 8 game match vs Paulson! In 1864 he also drew Suhle, 3 to 3 with 2 draws. He lost a match in 1865 to Zukertort, regained the title in 1868. Since 1848 match was very competitive and Anderssen defeated everybody who met him, he should be considered the best player of his time.

2. Paul Charles Morphy 1858 - 1860 ( technically, in reality: 1857 - 1884 )

3. Johannes Zukertort 1865 - 1868, 1871 - 1872
In 1866 he played Victor Knorre in a 6 games match, it was drawn 3 to 3.

4/1. Willhelm ( William ) Steinitz 1872 - 1894 (Defeated Zukertort in 1872, the 1866 match should not count against Anderssen, because at that time Zukertort was stronger from Anderssen, beating him in 1865)

5. Emanuel Lasker 1894 - 1920 (He resigned the title in 1920

Mar-22-22  Luke Warm: ‘Severance’, a show that I was totally stoked about because it’s directed by Ben Stiller, moves like the slowest glacier you could imagine...
Mar-22-22
Premium Chessgames Member
  keypusher: <Luke Warm: ‘Severance’, a show that I was totally stoked about because it’s directed by Ben Stiller, moves like the slowest glacier you could imagine...>

I've enjoyed it so far, though yes, it is a bit slow.

Mar-22-22  Schwartz: Meditative Ragas | Vol 1 | Audio Jukebox | Instrumental | Classical --- https://youtu.be/GZYWX9if10E
Mar-23-22  Schwartz: Robert Schumann - Kreisleriana, Op. 16 --- https://youtu.be/L16yD3HbBZI
Mar-23-22  Schwartz: Sviatoslav Richter plays Rachmaninov Concerto No.2, Op.18 --- https://youtu.be/uT_ZhhQeudY
Mar-23-22  Luke Warm: Jan and Dean, Dead Man’s Curve

I was cruisin' in my Stingray late one night
When an XKE pulled up on the right
He rolled down the window of his shiny new Jag
And challenged me then and there to a drag
I said "You're on buddy, my mill's running fine
Let's come off the line now at Sunset and Vine
But I'll go you one better, if you've got the nerve Let's race all the way to Dead Man's Curve"
is no place to play
(Dead Man's Curve) you'd best keep away
(Dead Man's Curve) I can hear 'em say
Won't come back from Dead Man's Curve
The street was deserted late Friday night
We were buggin' each other while we sat out the light We both popped the clutch when the light turned green You should've heard the whine from my screamin' machine I flew past La Brea, Schwab's and Crescent Heights And all the Jag could see were my six tail lights He passed me at Doheny then I started to swerve
But I pulled her out and there we were at Dead Man's Curve is no place to play
Dead Man's Curve
"Well, the last thing I remember, Doc
I started to swerve
And then I saw the Jag slide into the curve
I know I'll never forget that horrible sight
I guess I found out for myself that everyone was right" Won't come back from Dead Man's Curve
is no place to play
(Dead Man's Curve) you'd best keep away
(Dead Man's Curve) I can hear 'em say
Won't come back from Dead Man's Curve
is no place to play
(Dead Man's Curve) you'd best keep away
(Dead Man's Curve) I can hear 'em say
Won't come back from Dead Man's Curve
is no place to play
(Dead Man's Curve) you'd best keep away
(Dead Man's Curve) I can hear 'em say
Won't come back from Dead Man's Curve
is no place to play
(Dead Man's Curve) you'd best keep away
(Dead Man's Curve) I can hear 'em say
Won't come back from Dead Man's Curve

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=S1Cue...

Mar-23-22  cormier: nite nite guys ... ths G
Mar-23-22
Premium Chessgames Member
  HeMateMe: Luke, are you familiar with a young woman named Aliyah Edwards? She's from Kingston Ontario, plays power forward for the no. 7 college ranked UConn Huskies, a perennial force in college basketball.

She's on the Canadian olympic basketball team, but somehow was under the radar as a teenager choosing colleges. The wily Geno Auriemma spotted her and gave her a scholarship. Edwards is one of the top five players at her position in basketball.

Perhaps a summer olympics medal for Canada, next go around?

Mar-23-22  Schwartz: 1. Nf3 d5 2. g3 Bg4 3. Bg2 Bxf3 4. Bxf3 e6 5. O-O Nc6 6. c3 Nf6 7. d4 Bd6 8. Re1 b5 9. b4 O-O 10. a4 bxa4 11. Rxa4 a6 12. Qc2 e5 13. Qa2 e4 14. Rxa6 exf3 15. exf3 Rxa6 16. Qxa6 Nb8 17. Qa5 Qd7 18. Ba3 Re8 19. Rxe8+ Qxe8 20. Kf1 Nbd7 21. b5 Bxa3 22. Nxa3 Nb6 23. Qa7 Qc8 24. c4 1-0
Mar-23-22  Luke Warm: No, I’m not, but I wouldn’t mind watching her score 20 or so.
Mar-23-22  Luke Warm: HeMateMe,
What kinds of cool stuff do you have in your rumpus room?
Mar-23-22
Premium Chessgames Member
  HeMateMe: here she is

<https://www.bing.com/images/search?...>

she's a babe!

<https://www.bing.com/images/search?...>

Mar-23-22  Schwartz: Turkish March Mozart - Rondo Alla Turca --- https://youtu.be/HMjQygwPI1c
Mar-23-22  Schwartz: The Pink Panther · James Galway · Henry Mancini · National Philharmonic Orchestra --- https://youtu.be/p__LzGw5TUg?list=O...
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