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black alonso
Posted: Saturday, April 6, 2019 3:49:32 AM

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Location: Heidelberg, Baden-Wuerttemberg Region, Germany
1960's folk singers who are still alive today

1. Gordon Lightfoot
2. Joan Baez
3. Arlo Guthrie
4. Emmylou Harris
5. Bob Dylan
6. Joni Mitchell
7. Buffy Sainte-Marie
Alice M Toaster
Posted: Sunday, April 7, 2019 5:07:26 PM

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 9/4/2013
Posts: 32,691
Neurons: 1,353,103
Location: San Martin, California, United States
1960's folk singers who are still alive today

1. Gordon Lightfoot
2. Joan Baez
3. Arlo Guthrie
4. Emmylou Harris
5. Bob Dylan
6. Joni Mitchell
7. Buffy Sainte-Marie
8. Randy Sparks

"The meeting of meaning is more important than agreement" - Rob Gleghorn
black alonso
Posted: Monday, April 8, 2019 5:36:37 AM

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 10/21/2015
Posts: 6,792
Neurons: 34,849
Location: Heidelberg, Baden-Wuerttemberg Region, Germany
1960's folk singers who are still alive today

1. Gordon Lightfoot
2. Joan Baez
3. Arlo Guthrie
4. Emmylou Harris
5. Bob Dylan
6. Joni Mitchell
7. Buffy Sainte-Marie
8. Randy Sparks
9. Tom Paxton
Alice M Toaster
Posted: Wednesday, April 10, 2019 6:16:31 PM

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 9/4/2013
Posts: 32,691
Neurons: 1,353,103
Location: San Martin, California, United States
1960's folk singers who are still alive today

1. Gordon Lightfoot
2. Joan Baez
3. Arlo Guthrie
4. Emmylou Harris
5. Bob Dylan
6. Joni Mitchell
7. Buffy Sainte-Marie
8. Randy Sparks
9. Tom Paxton
10. Van Dyke Parks

"The meeting of meaning is more important than agreement" - Rob Gleghorn
black alonso
Posted: Thursday, April 11, 2019 5:25:13 AM

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 10/21/2015
Posts: 6,792
Neurons: 34,849
Location: Heidelberg, Baden-Wuerttemberg Region, Germany
1960's folk singers who are still alive today

1. Gordon Lightfoot
2. Joan Baez
3. Arlo Guthrie
4. Emmylou Harris
5. Bob Dylan
6. Joni Mitchell
7. Buffy Sainte-Marie
8. Randy Sparks
9. Tom Paxton
10. Van Dyke Parks
11. Judy Collins
Alice M Toaster
Posted: Friday, April 12, 2019 9:15:25 PM

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 9/4/2013
Posts: 32,691
Neurons: 1,353,103
Location: San Martin, California, United States
1960's folk singers who are still alive today

1. Gordon Lightfoot
2. Joan Baez
3. Arlo Guthrie
4. Emmylou Harris
5. Bob Dylan
6. Joni Mitchell
7. Buffy Sainte-Marie
8. Randy Sparks
9. Tom Paxton
10. Van Dyke Parks
11. Judy Collins
12. Rodney Dillard

"The meeting of meaning is more important than agreement" - Rob Gleghorn
black alonso
Posted: Saturday, April 13, 2019 5:58:44 AM

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 10/21/2015
Posts: 6,792
Neurons: 34,849
Location: Heidelberg, Baden-Wuerttemberg Region, Germany
1960's folk singers who are still alive today

1. Gordon Lightfoot
2. Joan Baez
3. Arlo Guthrie
4. Emmylou Harris
5. Bob Dylan
6. Joni Mitchell
7. Buffy Sainte-Marie
8. Randy Sparks
9. Tom Paxton
10. Van Dyke Parks
11. Judy Collins
12. Rodney Dillard
13. John Sebastian
black alonso
Posted: Saturday, April 13, 2019 6:05:41 AM

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Location: Heidelberg, Baden-Wuerttemberg Region, Germany
Famous ships that sank

1. Edmund Fitzgerald (Well, it wasn't famous when it sank, but it sure holds that status now.)


anton exobio
Posted: Saturday, April 13, 2019 5:29:59 PM

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Joined: 4/10/2014
Posts: 16,028
Neurons: 52,235
Location: Le Mans, Pays de la Loire, France
Famous ships that sank

1. Edmund Fitzgerald (Well, it wasn't famous when it sank, but it sure holds that status now.)
2. Amoco-Cadiz, March 16, 1978. Famous because it caused the worst oil spill in France and Europe.
Alice M Toaster
Posted: Saturday, April 13, 2019 7:54:40 PM

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 9/4/2013
Posts: 32,691
Neurons: 1,353,103
Location: San Martin, California, United States
Famous ships that sank

1. Edmund Fitzgerald (Well, it wasn't famous when it sank, but it sure holds that status now.)
2. Amoco-Cadiz, March 16, 1978. Famous because it caused the worst oil spill in France and Europe.
3. Titanic. Sank in 1912 on trip to New York.

"The meeting of meaning is more important than agreement" - Rob Gleghorn
anton exobio
Posted: Sunday, April 14, 2019 7:51:46 AM

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 4/10/2014
Posts: 16,028
Neurons: 52,235
Location: Le Mans, Pays de la Loire, France
Famous ships that sank

1. Edmund Fitzgerald (Well, it wasn't famous when it sank, but it sure holds that status now.)
2. Amoco-Cadiz, March 16, 1978. Famous because it caused the worst oil spill in France and Europe.
3. Titanic. Sank in 1912 on trip to New York.
4. Rainbow Warrior, July 10, 1985, NZ. Something France is not proud of... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sinking_of_the_Rainbow_Warrior
black alonso
Posted: Sunday, April 14, 2019 11:10:27 AM

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 10/21/2015
Posts: 6,792
Neurons: 34,849
Location: Heidelberg, Baden-Wuerttemberg Region, Germany
Famous ships that sank

1. Edmund Fitzgerald (Well, it wasn't famous when it sank, but it sure holds that status now.)
2. Amoco-Cadiz, March 16, 1978. Famous because it caused the worst oil spill in France and Europe.
3. Titanic. Sank in 1912 on trip to New York.
4. Rainbow Warrior, July 10, 1985, NZ. Something France is not proud of.
5. Scandinavian Star – caught fire in 1990 en route between Norway and Denmark, killing 159 people.
anton exobio
Posted: Sunday, April 14, 2019 11:52:07 AM

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 4/10/2014
Posts: 16,028
Neurons: 52,235
Location: Le Mans, Pays de la Loire, France
Famous ships that sank

1. Edmund Fitzgerald (Well, it wasn't famous when it sank, but it sure holds that status now.)
2. Amoco-Cadiz, March 16, 1978. Famous because it caused the worst oil spill in France and Europe.
3. Titanic. Sank in 1912 on trip to New York.
4. Rainbow Warrior, July 10, 1985, NZ. Something France is not proud of...
5. Scandinavian Star – caught fire in 1990 en route between Norway and Denmark, killing 159 people.
6. Grande America, March 12, 2019. More fear (and fame) than harm.
black alonso
Posted: Monday, April 15, 2019 3:32:43 AM

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 10/21/2015
Posts: 6,792
Neurons: 34,849
Location: Heidelberg, Baden-Wuerttemberg Region, Germany
Famous ships that sank

1. Edmund Fitzgerald (Well, it wasn't famous when it sank, but it sure holds that status now.)
2. Amoco-Cadiz, March 16, 1978. Famous because it caused the worst oil spill in France and Europe.
3. Titanic. Sank in 1912 on trip to New York.
4. Rainbow Warrior, July 10, 1985, NZ. Something France is not proud of...
5. Scandinavian Star – caught fire in 1990 en route between Norway and Denmark, killing 159 people.
6. Grande America, March 12, 2019. More fear (and fame) than harm.
7. The Vasa - Vasa is a retired Swedish warship built between 1626 and 1628. The ship foundered after sailing about 1,300 m (1,400 yd) into its maiden voyage on 10 August 1628.
anton exobio
Posted: Monday, April 15, 2019 12:44:02 PM

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 4/10/2014
Posts: 16,028
Neurons: 52,235
Location: Le Mans, Pays de la Loire, France
Famous ships that sank

1. Edmund Fitzgerald (Well, it wasn't famous when it sank, but it sure holds that status now.)
2. Amoco-Cadiz, March 16, 1978. Famous because it caused the worst oil spill in France and Europe.
3. Titanic. Sank in 1912 on trip to New York.
4. Rainbow Warrior, July 10, 1985, NZ. Something France is not proud of...
5. Scandinavian Star – caught fire in 1990 en route between Norway and Denmark, killing 159 people.
6. Grande America, March 12, 2019. More fear (and fame) than harm.
7. The Vasa - Vasa is a retired Swedish warship built between 1626 and 1628. The ship foundered after sailing about 1,300 m (1,400 yd) into its maiden voyage on 10 August 1628.
8. The German Wilhelm Gustloff. Sunk in January 1945 by a Soviet Navy submarine, with an estimated loss of about 9,400 people (the deadliest maritime disaster ever recorded).
Jyrkkä Jätkä
Posted: Tuesday, April 16, 2019 7:06:56 AM

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 9/21/2009
Posts: 42,882
Neurons: 477,465
Location: Helsinki, Southern Finland Province, Finland
Famous ships that sank

1. Edmund Fitzgerald (Well, it wasn't famous when it sank, but it sure holds that status now.)
2. Amoco-Cadiz, March 16, 1978. Famous because it caused the worst oil spill in France and Europe.
3. Titanic. Sank in 1912 on trip to New York.
4. Rainbow Warrior, July 10, 1985, NZ. Something France is not proud of...
5. Scandinavian Star – caught fire in 1990 en route between Norway and Denmark, killing 159 people.
6. Grande America, March 12, 2019. More fear (and fame) than harm.
7. The Vasa - Vasa is a retired Swedish warship built between 1626 and 1628. The ship foundered after sailing about 1,300 m (1,400 yd) into its maiden voyage on 10 August 1628.
8. The German Wilhelm Gustloff. Sunk in January 1945 by a Soviet Navy submarine, with an estimated loss of about 9,400 people (the deadliest maritime disaster ever recorded).
9. M/S Estonia sank in Baltic Sea 1994 with 852 lives lost.


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black alonso
Posted: Wednesday, April 17, 2019 5:59:19 AM

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 10/21/2015
Posts: 6,792
Neurons: 34,849
Location: Heidelberg, Baden-Wuerttemberg Region, Germany
Famous ships that sank

1. Edmund Fitzgerald (Well, it wasn't famous when it sank, but it sure holds that status now.)
2. Amoco-Cadiz, March 16, 1978. Famous because it caused the worst oil spill in France and Europe.
3. Titanic. Sank in 1912 on trip to New York.
4. Rainbow Warrior, July 10, 1985, NZ. Something France is not proud of...
5. Scandinavian Star – caught fire in 1990 en route between Norway and Denmark, killing 159 people.
6. Grande America, March 12, 2019. More fear (and fame) than harm.
7. The Vasa - Vasa is a retired Swedish warship built between 1626 and 1628. The ship foundered after sailing about 1,300 m (1,400 yd) into its maiden voyage on 10 August 1628.
8. The German Wilhelm Gustloff. Sunk in January 1945 by a Soviet Navy submarine, with an estimated loss of about 9,400 people (the deadliest maritime disaster ever recorded).
9. M/S Estonia sank in Baltic Sea 1994 with 852 lives lost.
10. USS Maine (Havana, Cuba, 15 February 1898) it is disputed whether this was accidental or an act of terrorism - deaths 274.
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