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So here's the question...

What kind of music will go best as background sound while reading "The Ludwig Conspiracy" by Oliver Pötzsch?

It is a murder mystery set in 19th century Bavaria. The setting is the royal court of Ludwig II.

Weber and Wagner seem obvious choices in classical for the period.  any suggestions for popular or cultural pieces for the time period?
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talk about feeling good.  hell yeah.
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Here's some advice about getting advice from beekeepers.
There are facts and there are opinions.

Any and every beekeeper will give you their opinions. Not every beekeeper will give you the facts.

One thing universal about beekeeping is that there is no single universal right or wrong way to beekeeping. What might work for one beekeeper in Montana may or may not work for a beekeeper in Florida.

Ask lots of questions, ask lots of people. Find the people whose beekeeping situation is more similar to yours. environment, growing zone, hive type, management style, etc...

You can trust me, but don't just trust me. I can be wrong about things. Go ask JP, he'll be glad to tell you when I'm wrong. Maybe I'm not wrong, maybe I'm just too different in my hive style, environment, management style to be of use to you.

Anyone who is offended that you would ask others the same question after you already asked them needs to quit being a whiner.

Personally, I will tell you the most fact based information I am able to and let you decide how good or bad or useful it is. I'm here to help you get things done, not hold your hand and do it for you. Other folks might not respect you that much.
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Here is an article I've been thinking a lot about lately.

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She is awesome on this song.
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When you were growing up, who was you're celebrity crush?
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Patty Andrews
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Elvira
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Raquel Welch
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Sophia Loren
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Someone Else(list in comments)
25%
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I don't know. Patty just has something about her.  mmmhmmmm
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oh yeah, it's a feelin good kind of day.
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Here is an article I've been thinking a lot about lately.

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purty much.
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[Boy:] On a hot summer night, would you offer your throat to the wolf with the red roses?

[Girl:] Will he offer me his mouth?

[Boy:] Yes.

[Girl:] Will he offer me his teeth?

[Boy:] Yes.

[Girl:] Will he offer me his jaws?

[Boy:] Yes.

[Girl:] Will he offer me his hunger?

[Boy:] Yes.

[Girl:] Again, will he offer me his hunger?

[Boy:] Yes!

[Girl:]And will he starve without me?

[Boy:] Yes!

[Girl:] And does he love me?

[Boy:] Yes.

[Girl:] Yes.

[Boy:] On a hot summer night, would you offer your throat to the wolf with the red roses?

[Girl:] Yes.

[Boy:] I bet you say that to all the boys!
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So here, for anyone that actually gives a shit, I will begin a new tradition of "Book/Author of the Week".

Basically, what it means is that I will recommend a specific book, book series or a particular author every week on Thursday.

So, for the inaugural post, I am going to start with my personal favorite writer of all time, Edgar Allen Poe.

Not only that, I am going to suggest you find a specific story by him found in many of the anthologies of his works and also online at several web sites.

The story is..."The Angel of the Absurd".

Poe is most commonly known for his "horror" stories and poems. He is also the author of the arguably first detective/mystery story and several others.

He was a renowned literary critic and had a scathing wit and sense for, appropriately reflected in this story, the absurd.

Keep an eye out for next Thursday when I share with all four of the people following me another author and or story.
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Poe was also a pioneer if not the grandfather of science fiction.  Take for example his story titled "The Unparalleled Adventure of One Hans Pfaall".  or another one titled "The Devil in The Belfry".
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Licensed Pesticide Applicator-Nebraska, live bee removal, garden and crop pollination, honey production, business management, staff and volunteers supervisor, customer service, sales, contract negotiation, fundraising, educator, mentor.
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  • Tech Dissected
    Beekeeping Technology Writer, 10 - present
    I write articles and reviews covering the technology of beekeeping. Covering a wide range from website hosting to websites to track beekeeping inspection information to hive tools to smokers, and much much more. Technology in beekeeping has been forward moving since the Egyptians hauled bees in clay pots on the Nile river to pollinate crops. Beekeeping in the 21st century has experienced a veritable explosion in technology that is accessible to beekeepers and able to be re-purposed to tech that is made available specifically to meet beekeeper needs.
  • Omaha Bee Club
    Volunteer Executive Director/President, 2010 - present
    Founder and President of the Board of Directors. I function as the Volunteer Executive Director of the Omaha Bee Club handling business, negotiations, scheduling of events and activities, organizing educational classes and activities, coordinating and supervising teams and individuals engaged in official Omaha Bee Club activists, events, etc...
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    Owner/ General Manager, 2010 - 2014
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    Truck Driver, 2010 - 2010
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    Truck Driver/Dispatch Manager, 2003 - 2009
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Beeing the best I can bee
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I am a Topixqui and have taken the vow of Topixqui to be a resource for other Peoples as we meet on this path of life.

I am a blue-sash-at-the-side student of the Yang Taijiquan martial art form as it has been adapted into the topixqui way of life.

I am a Master Beekeeper (Homesteader style), certified by the Omaha Bee Club. It fulfills my obligation to practice an honorable trade of self sufficiency and giving back to the world as much as I take from it.

I believe in self sufficiency and that one of the most sacred things we can do in life is to be and help others to be as self sufficient in our lives as possible.


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The variety of products available at Tomato Tomato is more than I thought it would be. and they keep working to bring more items in, especially since the new expansion. The staff are friendly and knowledgeable about their products. The latter is especially important as most stores staff have little to no clue about where the products come from, how they are grown or made, etc... I would frequent this store even more if I lived closer to their location.
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Howard's is a truly family friendly restaurant. Three generations of my family has been eating there since it first opened on South 24th St. The food is first hand, the staff are friendly and treat you like family. The food itself is incredible.You just haven't had good Mexican food until you've been to Howard's
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This is a place that obviously puts people first. From offering free movies through the summer for low income families to hosting special and local elated events. The atmosphere and "personality" of Aksarben Cinema is always outstanding.
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