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GUEST,eliza c England's National Musical-Instrument? (1943* d) RE: England's National Musical-Instrument? 03 Oct 08

hi Ralphie xxx
David, spoons are still not a musical instrument. My long lost aunt Lal wrote a four-line poem better than anything you have ever come up with about a homeless man who played "upon the laces of his shoes" because he had nothing else. It doesn't make shoes a musical instrument either, it means that the human being is the one that makes the music, because that's what it's all about.
And since your response to pleading you to help your cause and yourself by having some grace and being quiet for a bit in order to learn more and be useful to said cause was to post something you've written yourself from your almost barren in respect of this massive subject, closed mind...bye again. If you stick around and remain this way, I will be forced to try and help you again, because as I said I can't help myself. But I repeat, you're an ignorant weirdo and you are actively ruining the reputation of English folk and traditional music. I stand against you for that, it's unforgiveable.

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