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What a long, strange trip it's been -- (Robert Hunter)

Discussion in 'Mike Moffat (Baldr)' started by baldr, Oct 13, 2015.
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  1. FLTWS
    Of course; Brangäne, to obvious for me as I look for the unobvious.
  2. bosiemoncrieff
    Schläfst du Hagen, mein Sohn? — ja!
  3. FLTWS
    2 more to go!
  4. bosiemoncrieff
    Yes, though they're less interesting. However, the art ought to be shared:

  5. FLTWS
    Less interesting, maybe. Easier, no!
    That appears to be a man (I think - shoulders/head) astride a horse in a forest.
    Siegfried astride Grane departs on his Rhein Journey?
  6. bosiemoncrieff
    I'll give it to you — dawn on the Rhine. There are two paintings — one is dawn on the Rhine, the second is the Rhine journey. I preferred the color on this one, even despite the minor damage toward the bottom. I can always stick an end table in front of it.
  7. Pietro Cozzi Tinin
    I must be on this man's ignore list.
    Otherwise he wouldn't repeat me.
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  8. Alcophone
    He answered your question by adding a "ja!"
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  9. FLTWS
    The "ja!" could be his agreeing with you, or both of us.
    One more to go, the final jeopardy question is...
  10. Alcophone
    I think he's asking for coffee
  11. bosiemoncrieff
    As I say, the last image is the least interesting:

  12. bosiemoncrieff
  13. FLTWS
    And we have to figure out which of his operas he's composing.
  14. FLTWS
    Looks like he's not ignoring you but I've never seen that emoji before, looks like a prize fighter that really took a beating. Can't tell if that's a heart or blood?
  15. Pietro Cozzi Tinin
    It's a nice gesture.
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