what does dialectical mean?

thirdform

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Why the French are always so mediocre and have spread their contagion into British electronic music, I don't know. Perhaps @woops can enlighten us.
 

thirdform

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Who said gabba can't be loads of fun?


Help Germany how to beat the [fascist] devil.

This tune has done more than any old rock against racism march.
 

woops

is not like other people
The engle field erstwhile lord clyde is very bonne classe bonne genre. I'm there now
 

WashYourHands

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To get to grips with labour, there’s a crew working on a wall next to here, half of whom are Italian

They’re communicating in English and Italian, but somewhere in the middle both languages have fused into a hybrid. Gerry is leading the English and Carmine (seriously) is leading the Italians (Gerry is Carmine’s s.i.l)

“Gerreee, dono ow yor comesidice lato, side, weighing? Sono something muffled ok?”

- ”Grandee, bella grandee Carmine, heeeave”

Tempted to record them
 

thirdform

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Selin as Kivanc: Projeyi handle ettin mi?
Michael: Have you heard how the English words were adapted into Turkish grammar? This is one of the main features of Turklish. Even if the words are coming from English, they become part of Turkish speech and have to follow Turkish grammar rules. The word "handle" becomes a verb in Turkish and is adapted into the phrase
Dilek: handle etmek
Michael: which means "to handle"
[Recall 2]
Michael: Now, let's take a look at our second sentence.
Do you remember how Mark answers "No, the deadline is next week. "
Selin as Mark: Hayır, deadline haftaya.
Michael: Here, the word
Dilek: deadline
Michael: clearly comes from English and is used as a noun. When using Turklish, this word is sometimes treated as an ordinary noun and can be attached to pronoun suffixes like in
Dilek: deadline'ımız,
Michael: which means "our deadline."

 

woops

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Why the French are always so mediocre and have spread their contagion into British electronic music, I don't know. Perhaps @woops can enlighten us.
To attempt a more serious response, I find this question ironic as in my mind the great tradition of épater la bourgeoisie is as French as it gets
 

thirdform

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To attempt a more serious response, I find this question ironic as in my mind the great tradition of épater la bourgeoisie is as French as it gets

Of course its ironic, given your love for German post-IDM. Lithops is futurepop.
 

thirdform

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One could say kompakt is a regression from that, it got too straight. The point was to go even further than pc music.
 

luka

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contentedly flocking through the cath kidson catalouge, spearing gordal olives with a cocktail stick while all around you the burghers of islington discuss house prices
 

woops

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contentedly flocking through the cath kidson catalouge, spearing gordal olives with a cocktail stick while all around you the burghers of islington discuss house prices
C'est la belle vie non?
 

thirdform

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To attempt a more serious response, I find this question ironic as in my mind the great tradition of épater la bourgeoisie is as French as it gets

The germans don't scandalise the bourgeoisie though. they reduce them to a cold mechanism of history. Jan ST. Werner is a very nice fellow, always overflowing with a true love for the species, always interrogating the grains, the spaces between spaces. Mr. Voigt also did this. The funkiest white-white man alive, through mathematical equations. Turn your deficiencies into joy. Huysmans was the exact opposite of this, a bygone feudal relic, a contempt for the uncouth ways of the bourgeoisie. The Germans strength is precisely to take these uncouth ways and extract the positive content out of them, whereas the french run away into flights of fancy. I doubt Luke would ever want to be associated with the French.

tuff and light, proletarian pop.

pop, don't be afraid.
 
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woops

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I've always been drawn to sophistication, such as I imagine it. Hence the French, the cultivated post-african repetitions, banal politesse to which I am addicted. Etiquette.
 
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