Mitch Cronin

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About Mitch Cronin

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  1. I just had a long, hard look at this thread and I can only say what I said in the initial post. , So I repost:
  2. I've been lost listening to several from her.... Yessir, she's good.
  3. Nah. I'd have to agree with J.O. on that. I think both Dark Side and Wish You Were Here are better than Animals. ...and here we come to the point we all recognize it's a good thing we all have different preferences, otherwise all men would want the same lady. In your previous post, Seeker, you nailed it with the favourite recipe analogy. I get it, and I agree, really. I'll always prefer hearing Gilmour's classic guitar work, but for a change, I thought I'd listen to the pretty piano lady and was quite surprised to hear how well she pulled it off. Cheers all, M
  4. Right on the money JL. ...But the thing I wanted to discover was whether my ear had been influenced by my eyes... I can certainly forgive myself for that, given the pleasure of seeing such a beauty, but I'm inclined to think in this case my ears alone would have made me a fan of hers. Dangit, I always thought that was an instrumental. Yessir! I've been listening to Kent Nishimura for a little while now. He can make a guitar neck seem malleable... or like he's got 8 fingers on each hand! But in his case, I know it's my ears. Cheers all... M
  5. OK... I need answers... I'm interested in discovering whether it's just that she's pretty and I've fallen for that magic, or is this as awesome as I think it is? I know there are a lot of Floyd fans here... Please have a listen and let me know what you think?:
  6. Thank you Kip. That's good to hear.
  7. This image was posted on twitter... Nice gesture by the Thunderbirds:
  8. I haven't heard anything about the condition of the pilot who survived this accident... Can anyone shed some light? I know there were questions of all sorts, and in case it's inappropriate, I won't ask any of them, but it would be nice to hear if there's any news about him? Anyone?
  9. Hi Blues. Thanks for the thoughts. I doubt it's a great story, but it is funny if you can see it in the right light. I've learned that with mental illness, confidence goes awol, so that's restricted my music considerably. I stopped playing anything for a while. I'll still pick up my acoustic guitar, maybe every other day for some light fiddling, but that's about it nowadays. I miss the jamming with the boys on Thursday nights though... Maybe another time I'll get back at something like that. I always enjoyed the times when everyone is contributing to the music and just soaking in the mom
  10. Damn. .... I'd really hoped to keep quiet. ... I thought I could get away with popping the "Thanks" button on a few posts and not have to bring this back up again... But y'see... (he says in a Bugsy Malone sorta voice)... I got's this kinda issue with bein' a dick, and I don't wanna do it. But now, after having ground through some several hours worth of noggin nonsense that the pro's call "ruminating", I've decided, since I answered the one time poster, Tyler (who, of course I had to answer, Thank you again,Tyler, for your addition to the thread.) I owe you other guys a response. Please
  11. Thanks for that Tyler! I quite enjoyed reading through that thread just now. I feel like I've forgotten more than I ever knew that I knew, by now, but reading through that helped remind me of a time when I still knew a couple of things about airplanes. I remember that incident now and I'd guess you probably know all about what had caused it. Our written mtc procedures were modified afterwards to make sure any leak checks we did after opening fuel lines on engines included adding sufficient power to be sure said fuel lines were well pressurized. As I recall in that case the boys in YVR had don
  12. Some of you will remember, and some of you probably thought I was lying... I couldn't tell the whole tale at the time, but I'm retired now and nobody will take offence, I don't think. I was off work at the time, on disability for what I was first told by my doctor was, "sleep deprivation", but had then been diagnosed as, "depression", by a psychiatrist. All I knew was I was in a hell of a state. I'd just returned from a visit to the psychiatrist in Toronto and I was shaky as hell. I never have liked the city and any visits anywhere near downtown got my nerves spinning. Visiting the shrink
  13. ahhhh... how's that Florida vs New York comparison doing today?. ...Or was it DeSantis vs Cuomo? It was clear for some time that numbers from Florida were being watered down. Pretty damned sad now.