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Arts or Music?
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I love both!

Art is a more "visual" thing and you don't really feel anything about it except whether its good or bad. But I must say it is most fun to do!

Music is totally different and I'm all for it because of the dancing!
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firecrouch wrote:


Joshuah wrote:


firecrouch wrote:

There's something wrong with our society if people consider arts and music two seperate things.


Bloody hell people stop being an arse and use some common sense.

(P.s. sorry to pick on you firecrouch but you were the closest example)


I am using common sense. Arts are creative expression, music is just a part of that. I know what they're referring to when they're saying arts, and they could just say visual arts or something along those lines. Although I guess I follow my culture instinctively too. Sometimes I say I should start an art portfolio when I really should be saying a portfolio of drawings.


You were still lacking the common sense to recognise a colloquialism for its intended meaning and not write something pointless.
and even if you had recognised what she meant you still went and made a smartass comment which is even worse and p*ssed me off immensely for some reason.
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Music y I don't like art and i'am not good at it
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Posted 7/5/07
music is a art form
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Posted 7/7/07
music... yeah music.. cos i cant do painting.. but i know art... the art of music... lol...
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Liothyronine sodium
Systematic (IUPAC) name
L-Tyrosine, O-(4-hydroxy-3-iodophenyl)-3,5-diiodo-,minisodium salt
Identifiers
CAS number 6893-02-3
ATC code H03AA02
PubChem 5920
DrugBank APRD01074
Chemical data
Formula C15H11I3NNaO4
Mol. mass 672.96 g/mol
Pharmacokinetic data
Bioavailability ?
Protein binding 99.7%
Metabolism ?
Half life 2.5 days
Excretion ?
Therapeutic considerations
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Posted 7/7/07
Music is the best it describe ur feelings and it's meaningful sometimes....
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both..even i dont have the talent at drawing i luv arts and for music...Music is my first love ^^
Posted 7/7/07

JoSh242 wrote:

music can be seen as a form of art...

gosh if only i would of seen this thread a month ago lmfao
well what he said and which one would you use more in the future?

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Me? I would choose music. Even though I love going to art galleries and my girlfriend is an Art/Photography major. I would choose music, because there is nothin better than waking up in the morning and stretching your fingers on some guitar strings. Laid your head back and sing to the morning.
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28 / M / Spencer,Iowa 51301
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Posted 7/7/07
I prefer music but... *Shrugs*
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Posted 7/12/07
Music for me~
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Posted 7/14/07
i would choose both..well, music is also a form of art!
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ZoUnG wrote:

Wooow, its hard to choose dude!... You see, music is also a kind of art!... Hehehe!.... NO wonder you find it hard too!...


hmm whats it called.... muscical art? and yea but i choose art becuz i cant sing with this deep voice T_T

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ZoUnG wrote:

Wooow, its hard to choose dude!... You see, music is also a kind of art!... Hehehe!.... NO wonder you find it hard too!...


hmm whats it called.... muscical art? and yea but i choose art becuz i cant sing with this deep voice T_T


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