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Discussion in 'General Chit-Chat' started by billsines, May 13, 2019.

  1. billsines

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    Are you in a position where you can listen to music throughout the day? If so, what kind of music do you listen to?
     
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  2. Texas_Signmaker

    Texas_Signmaker Very Active Signmaker

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    deja vu
     
  3. Jay Grooms

    Jay Grooms Printing, Printing, Printing......

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    Right now
     

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    Yowsa.................. I feel r-e-e-e-eal old, after listening to 2 of those songs. No finger pointing, but how can you concentrate ?? :confused:
     
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  6. Jay Grooms

    Jay Grooms Printing, Printing, Printing......

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    I'm no spring chicken myself.... 42 Years old.... guess I am an emo kid at heart.
     
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  7. Stacey K

    Stacey K Getting Back in the Game

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    I bounce around between 90's grunge, 80's pop with a little bit of bluegrass (fav: The Dead South), old stuff like Johnny Cash and some heavy metal like SOAD mixed in for variety. It gets a little lonely working by yourself some days so I've been known to put Jerry Springer or Dr. Phil on YouTube in the background just so I can hear people talking stupid LOL News at noon.
     
  8. James Burke

    James Burke Being a grandpa is more fun than working

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    80s pop/rock....it's the soundtrack of my life during the high school years.


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  9. InstantOneMedia

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    The Current by Minnesota Public Radio, best mix of non-pop music. Except during their fundraising season, limited commercials:
    https://www.thecurrent.org/listen
     
  10. Texas_Signmaker

    Texas_Signmaker Very Active Signmaker

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    No listen to talk radio during the day? Music gets boring.
     
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    Streaming from a dedicated NAS of OTR shows throughout the office and shop.

    Not music at all, but it does help pass the time and that entertainment in a lot of ways is better then what exists today (at least in my thinking).
     
  12. Dan360

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    Got bored of listening to music at work several years ago. Now I do podcasts, figured might as well learn some stuff throughout the day and keep up on interests.
     
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    Right now....Alice Cooper
     
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  14. White Haus

    White Haus Formally known as RJPW..........

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    I'm the same way when it comes to driving in traffic. I find it's a good way to start and end the work day, by listening to something like the Tim Ferriss show.
     
  15. Moze

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    You should give the Old 97's a listen. Start with the Graveyard Whistling album.
     
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    Bob Schneider and Old 97's are my most frequently played...
     
  17. GAC05

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    Audiobooks all day long. Lots of classics in the public domain over at librivox.org
     
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  18. myront

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    Sirius Satellite.
    70's , 80's, 90's, Ozzy's Boneyard (classic metal), Classic Rock, Deep Tracks, Christmas (during season), Lithium, Octane, Studio 54, Blend...
    Rarely country (don't mind country prior to the 80's but not for everyone). Absolutely no rap or hip hop! When I retire they can have that *&^%!.
     
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    I have a tv in my office and still room. The still room has a small pa hooked up from my former rock star lifestyle, lol. Music any more is just background but when I am spending long stretches in still room I either put on a movie or plug in my ipod which has everything my kids and I have downloaded over many years of itunes. You are liable to hear JIm Croce then Slayer then Bobby Vinton when it's on shuffle.
     
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