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  internet slang / regarding the LOL question

This links might be interesting http://www.mtr.de/internet/acronyms.html...

12/23/2005, by 0 replies
  jmderay blog

nice blog entry ;)...

12/23/2005, by 0 replies
  Paris in december

Jmderay, I am going to paris this december 28,29,30,31 .. can you recomend a place to go to listen some good jazz???...

12/23/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 22461

"he went to guitar because the only thing you can bend on an accordion "is the accordion itself. :) " HAHAHAHAH.. good one... LOL ----...

12/23/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 22454

No specific groups (although Queen Ida comes to mind). I'm thinking of zydeco in general. Great fun!!...

12/22/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 22446

nice one, 7 ;-))...

12/22/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 22443

José Feliciano's first instrument was accordion, he said he he went to guitar because the only thing you can bend on an accordion is the accordion itself. ...

12/22/2005, by 0 replies
  Je ne parle frances pas

Ok, I don't know if It helps Jmderay, but of course I won't stop playing accordeon.. I use it in the mornings to play in my living room when I can not play...

12/22/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 22410

Oui, c'etait une blague.

12/21/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 22409

I expected more for an answer, and I don't really see what is funny, but I'm glad in a way you agree with me, so Lobito shouldn't stop playing accordion, r...

12/21/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 22393

Laughing out loud = LOL Trés drôle monsieur jmderay! Tout de bon pour la nouvelle année! Lobito: Feliz Navidad y Prospero Año Nuevo!...

12/21/2005, by 0 replies
  LOL

Hey jeff, please tell me what means "LOL", I see it in the posts, but I do not know the meaning .. :| also, thanks for the reply!...

12/21/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 22378

that's http://www.richardgalliano.com/home.htm sorry...

12/21/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 22377

[sf]Sorry to get into your dialog, but nooooooooo ;-)) 7 I can't read that, I know you love music and all kind of music, how is it possible to tell...

12/21/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 22347

Only geeks play accordion, so I'd definitely drop that one. I mean have you ever seen ANYONE who actually looks cool playing the accordion? Honestly! LOL ...

12/20/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 21666

[u]Positional Visualization vs. Thumb Crossings[/u] An alternate way of thinking about efficient piano fingerings. http://www.Jeff-Brent.com/Lessons/po...

12/01/2005, by 0 replies
  jeffrey-brent.com "spatial playing"

Hi 7, I was reading the piano method of dr. chang, (he explains with mathematics how to practice to get good in piano), and it helps us engineers ...

12/01/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 20511

Sam, Albetan already did a fantastic job with the translation. I appreciate the offer though. Welcome to Learn Jazz Piano. There's a lot of good stuf...

11/02/2005, by 0 replies
  New guy

I left a message in the Spanish-speaking room, answering your request for help in translation. Then I saw this place. I'm new here, trying to find my way a...

11/01/2005, by 0 replies
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I suggest you begin by checking out the lessons section of this site.

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