Normal Nobody
Normal Nobody answered Skunky Stinkerson's question

Hey, I was born in the 80s and I still like the 60s all the way till now.  Why am I excluded?

Honestly, I feel mixed about today's music.  But, I'm a rock fan, not too much alternative (though I listen).  Rock was big in the 60s and 70s, with a huge resurgence in the 90s.  … Read more

Didge Doo
Didge Doo answered

I worked for a Japanese company in Sydney and one of our Japanese nationals returned home to work for a month after six years in Australia. On his return I asked him how he enjoyed his visit and he said, "I'm still in shock I'd forgotten how expensive everything is." You may find that buying … Read more

Didge Doo
Didge Doo answered Skunky Stinkerson's question

Not a lot. I grew up in the era before Rock and Roll (I think Rock Around the Clock was the first, about 1955) and my taste was for a different kind of music.

I don't bother to listen to the radio any more but my phone is loaded with a very eclectic mix from Wagner … Read more

Tris Fray Potter
Tris Fray Potter answered sing song's question

Ask your choir instructor.  Or try out any part you can sing, and choose the one that's most comfortable for you.  I've gone between alto and soprano several times before I decided that I am a soprano.

Rooster Cogburn
Rooster Cogburn answered Skunky Stinkerson's question

Being kind of old school, there isn't many I listen to much but I like some of Pink's music and videos and the same for Carrie Underwood.

Danae Hitch
Danae Hitch answered

You don't bring clothes for six months. You bring clothes for up to 14 days and do laundry. I'm quite sure you can buy clothes when you get there. Stock your wardrobe with basic pieces that allow you to wear with multiple outfits.