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(Kare11)   Pianist caught in snow blower. Men everywhere flinch instinctively   ( kare11.com) divider line
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2013-01-22 11:05:43 AM  
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Don't you see? Your hand may be stilled, but your gift cannot be silenced if you refuse to let it be. The gift does not lie in your hands. I have hands, David. Hands that can make a scalpel sing. More than anything in my life I wanted to play, but I do not have the gift. I can play the notes, but I cannot make the music. You have performed Liszt, Rachmaninoff, Chopin. Even if you never do so again, you've already known a joy that I will never know as long as I live. Because the true gift is in your head and in your heart and in your soul. Now you can shut it off forever, or you can find new ways to share your gift with the world - through the baton, the classroom, or the pen. As to these works, they're for you, because you and the piano will always be as one.
2013-01-22 01:39:13 PM  
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Folks like this guy serve to remind the rest of us how to never ever unstick your snow blower. Use a broom handle. Not sure why it takes 7 of them though.
2013-01-22 11:12:53 AM  
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What kind of an idiot reaches with his hands into a machine that possesses moving, whirling chopping blades in order to clear them? Does he also clear his garbage disposal by hand when it gets stuck, or his lawn mower when it gets twine wrapped around it?
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