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Mike Zee



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PostPosted: Sun Jul 28, 2002 4:57 pm    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

Jas,
here are some thoughts...

It looks like: in today's fast world people got closer to each other much faster than they could learn to handle it.
People get information in REAL time, people can and do move from one place to another INSTANTLY, but they ARE NOT prepared to face it, to adapt, to blend-in, to eccept - to co-exist. Sadly, it looks like people do not want to learn how to co-exist :(
Or maybe , again, this is a phenomena of our time, - The Technology brought us together into one "tight room" and we just are NOT ready to take it.
I think it will be one or the other: either we learn to respect each other as soon as we can, either we eliminate each other.

I drow the line between Religion as reflection of human beliefs, and Religion-The-Low.
You see, the Low is something you must obey or be punished.
Religion-The-Low means: believe THIS and Live You Life as your "belief" guids you. Changing your "belief" is against The Low and will be punished. Religion-The-Low is a form of Oppression. Oppression is a growing soil, the platform for disrespect of other beliefs and for Aggression, Aggression is the begining of the War.

well, man, it is sure easy to just talk about it, the reality is way much more complicated... talking is a good start thou... :)

respects,
/Mike Zee

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Mike Zee



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PostPosted: Sun Jul 28, 2002 5:07 pm    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

bin_ez, :) LOL

sounds, like you're just as happy as you can be right where you are , heh heh heh :)

btw, as we all know, LSP has found his home too and he LOVES dark beer, :),

humour is a healing thing, Ya'know

later,
respects

/Mike Zee

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JAS



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PostPosted: Sun Jul 28, 2002 8:47 pm    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

The dark beer?, I'm assuming u mean Genuis? Did ya'kno it's actually good for you?

Hahaaa! I geuss dark beer has a healing affect too- as well as humour!!

Peace 2 y'all xxx
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bin_ez



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PostPosted: Mon Jul 29, 2002 6:52 pm    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

Guinness/Genius......?
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Mike Zee



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PostPosted: Mon Jul 29, 2002 7:09 pm    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

yeaYh! "magic drink" direct from DUBlin - :)
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 30, 2002 1:09 am    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

Guinness is made by English people.
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Mike Zee



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PostPosted: Tue Jul 30, 2002 2:12 am    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

bin_ez, really ???
I mean I have no idea, here simple guys in US think that Guinness is Irish beer. :)
heh heh , I guess we need some better education.... :)

Now, what can you say about this, this is a quote from some guinness Q/A:
quote:
Arthur Guinness & Sons deliberately chose the harp symbol as its logo or symbol to appeal to nationalist pride in Ireland. The harp is also a symbol of Ireland., which appears on the back of their coinage. The Irish Government and Guinness versions of the symbol are identical, except for the fact that the Guinness Harp faces left, while the official government version faces right.
it's kind of all confusing,
could you pls spell some light on it?

any beer historians here... ???

later,
:)
/Mike Zee

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bin_ez



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PostPosted: Wed Jul 31, 2002 3:54 am    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

I thought you were Swiss or something, Mike...anyway..
Guinness started out as an Irish company I think but it got bought out by English people or something...actually Arther Guinness was probably a British guy living in Ireland (seen as they thought they owned our country for 800 years, y'know).......ah I don't have a clue, man....
but yeah Guinness is really a symbol of Ireland, but I think its just important to let it be known that it is an English owned company.
Yo! Guinness is straight up Dub Ital Culture.

I dunno, I'm rambling.....someone come up with some wild theory, to get attention....is Guinness Ital?
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kris



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PostPosted: Sat Aug 03, 2002 5:52 pm    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

as i see it dub is? fun. sure its a lot deeper than that, manipulating exsiting sounds to create depth or texture(atmosphere) it can almost be called spiritual. there nothing better than cutting a new dub and turning off the lights and cranking the stereo up until the windows are shaking and your mum or dads bashing on your door. just sitting there by yourself in the glow of your moniter LEDs admiring your work.
i m normally half way thru a bottle of scotch at this point so i guess that just makes it even better.
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jah_say_dub



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PostPosted: Tue Aug 06, 2002 8:36 pm    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

King Lion,

I like your theory... literally, You took the word outta my mouth!

Jah Guide
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Stu Heather



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PostPosted: Tue Aug 20, 2002 10:15 pm    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

On the whole religion bidness....Religion dont bring war, them stupid people too dumb to accept what others believe...them bring war, its not like everyones gonna change their belief just to avoid war, the best way is just to learn about and respect other religions. Im not black, Im not no rasta...Im white...I love dub. i love reggae, i love all the rastaman culture, I love all the hindu culture. all the jewish culture...The painting you get when you paint a picture with all the brushes of culture in the world, theres no reason for a man to be persecuted cos of his belief, if people could see like this there would be no more war, like selassie I say "until the colour of a mans skin is of no more significance than the colour of his eyes" thats the way you have to see.

Respect to all cultures,
Stu
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King Lion



Joined: 03 Feb 2002
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 29, 2002 4:11 pm    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

Jah_Say_Dub,
Bwoy! Mi nevva tuch you mouth!! Course if you shake you booty in dem pum pum shorts me could get a liking to ya. :)
Seriously tho. Tanx, me glad I could mek a connection. All me frends and ppl me meet donno what Dub is... some ppl nah even heard a reggae! Tis a sad world.
When I read Bird's original post I was inna deep depression. An when I get like dat me cyaan do a ting. Got no music in me or nuttin. But him query got me tink bout Dub an what it mean to I and I. So I wrote it and it made sense (to a degree) an I got outta me depression, got some inspiration an all dat. Tanx and praises to Bird an to The Interrupta for dis forum.
Cha, I sank inta depression some time later but I happy fi di respite.

It late. Me prattling.
Peace, Love, Inity.
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jah_say_dub



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PostPosted: Fri Sep 20, 2002 8:52 pm    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

King Lion
Im glad that I iz made a connection to! Sorry about the late late reply... I've just come back from E.Africa...
Anywayz, I especially like the way u wrote/expressed "Dub is a journey for the soul. And journey can not exist without space and time. And space and time are not a journey without a traveller."

Take it easy
Jah Guide
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kru_style



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PostPosted: Wed Oct 02, 2002 4:21 pm    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

Dubbing is the way...cause dubbing is a must...is a quest,an adventure...when sound is the best in our culture.
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cheffy



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PostPosted: Fri Nov 08, 2002 6:41 am    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

dub is rule.
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Draumorka



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PostPosted: Thu Nov 28, 2002 2:23 am    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

Hi there all of you.
Here are few things we would like to share with you. We live on a very remote island up norht, where we not only see northen lights every other night but also smoke them. As they drift over the sky on icy nights , large columns dancing side by side, shape shifters in color and form, we drift along with them on the waves of dub.It does not matter to us realy the music though we prefer minimal dubhouse. Just strip the music of and listen to the silence beetwen the reverb and the delay.It does not matter what music you are making the reverb and the delay are elements that bring it all together, they are the ones that stand together after everything is gone, they are the waves of the electricity that make the northen lights.Just like the mixingdesk chanels full of power, stripes that form northenlights like strands of sequencing information leave mental images in our memory after the they are gone. Through music we will be one because music is spirit and if you can hear spirit you must be a spirit. Hope you´ve been drifting whith us. May the light be with you. DRAUMORKA
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bin_ez



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PostPosted: Fri Nov 29, 2002 1:50 am    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

I'm there. For definite. But I listen to the precussion as well.
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Nematod



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PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2002 9:28 pm    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

Well he he , Ive only just read this loooong thread - ive been busy awhile (not music , unfortunately :( ) , but given that (and im *not* at all a Guinness fan) im "on the ground" so to speak (Bin Ez - that means back in the motherland!) im gonna have to check this out, and btw Bin Ez , about Arthur Guinness - doncha know that if you're born in Ireland you're an Irish Citizen ? Now for ya!
btw , the new Guinness ads on TV are pretty cool , like alternative histories - only they use real facts , which is interesting like the 17.59 thing and the harp logo on the pint glass ?? , i dunno , maybe theyre available on their website for you other good folks to check out!!
Take it Easy , Nem.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2002 4:50 am    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

Ah but there's a difference between being Irish and being an Irish citizen. Nah, I'm only talking garbage. I don't know.

Anyway, that was a long, long time ago. i'm no longer responsible for any of that, it's Daniel's responsibility now. Sue him! Defamation of Arth Guinness' character.

Actually, when was the last time you were here? do you live in Ireland, because I asked you a question (here: http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discus/messages/2/71.html?) Well, it was back in May. Does Lee Perry have a studio down on the quays?

Those Guinness ads are rubbish. They aren't facts, man. Arth Guinness poured his first pint at 17:59? Come on. Those ones are okay, I hate that stupid one with the guy in the arctic somewhere. Ridiculous.

What was the one about the Harp logo?
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ctrlz



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PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2003 12:47 am    Post subject: Dub culture Reply with quote

delay is god speaking
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