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Why is music getting worse every year? Country's not country anymore, rock isn't as good as it used to be, and it seems like rap has infested every genre of music. I can only think of a small handful of songs that wasn't made before 2000 that I actually like.
Same here- I just won't listen to "modern" country===
Gimme that old time rock 'n roll
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Why is music getting worse every year? Country's not country anymore, rock isn't as good as it used to be, and it seems like rap has infested every genre of music. I can only think of a small handful of songs that wasn't made before 2000 that I actually like.
ROFL..........you're starting to sound like your Father.

Things change. The world goes on, moves forward. Haven't you all noticed that yet?
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Have you seen twmim's thread titled "music you never heard of"? Too many labels these days just sign on bands that make the "in" music, or the ones that will make them the big $
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ROFL..........you're starting to sound like your Father.

Things change. The world goes on, moves forward. Haven't you all noticed that yet?
The closest thing to a father I have is my Grandpa, and we both like the same kind of music.

I know the world is changing, but I don't think it is changing for the better at this point.
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The closest thing to a father I have is my Grandpa, and we both like the same kind of music.

I've know the world is changing, but I don't think it is changing for the better at this point.
That's what my Mom said to me 40 years ago. ROFLMAO Maybe she was right, but that's the way of the world.
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Why is music getting worse every year? Country's not country anymore, rock isn't as good as it used to be, and it seems like rap has infested every genre of music. I can only think of a small handful of songs that wasn't made before 2000 that I actually like.
You would have a hard time finding music I won't listen to....
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I know sum bums that need to meet your Grandma
Tho i bet she wud out work them -
This hit me, I remember making hay in the late 70s, we didn't have a baler sort of did it the amish way except we had tractors. Grandpa was in his early 70s, Dad and my uncles in their early to mid forties, and my cousins and I in our mid to late teens. Grandpa could outwork any one of us and on a good day any two of us.

We would take a load into the barn to unload and about the time we were done grandma would show up with some cold drinks before we went out for the next load. We would sit down for 5 min with our drinks, Grandpa never did he was always moving.

Random question how many guys on here know how to build a load of loose hay on a hay wagon?
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Random question but I have another job interview tomorrow and if offered the job do I type up my two week notice or do it verbally? I have actually been laid off from other jobs so I am not sure how to handle it.

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Random question but I have another job interview tomorrow and if offered the job do I type up my two week notice or do it verbally? I have actually been laid off from other jobs so I am not sure how to handle it.
Type it up and hand it in, keeping a copy for yourself. Good luck on the new job.
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This hit me, I remember making hay in the late 70s, we didn't have a baler sort of did it the amish way except we had tractors. Grandpa was in his early 70s, Dad and my uncles in their early to mid forties, and my cousins and I in our mid to late teens. Grandpa could outwork any one of us and on a good day any two of us.

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Random question how many guys on here know how to build a load of loose hay on a hay wagon?
My Mothers Dad was like that-Always doin, never just sitting.
No loose hay but throwed many a bale on back of a flatbed in the middle of the night @ a nickel a bale
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