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jime307 Posted on: 14-Jan-2013, 12:23 AM

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Hey I haven't been around here much lately, it seems I've been too busy but I've been pursuing music a lot, I've been recording covers as a single man band for a bit, and although these are not strictly Celtic Music I'll post some covers, right now I'm working on a couple of covers of some traditional celtic songs like Red is the Rose as performed by the High Kings and Will Ye Go Lassie Go.

I'd appreciate it a lot if you gave these a listen, but I'd love it even more if the other musicians on this forum would come in and post their own covers and maybe we can get a little thing going!

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  Forum: Celtic Music  ·  Post Preview: #307818

jime307 Posted on: 24-Nov-2011, 04:54 AM

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classic
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No New Posts  Anuna
jime307 Posted on: 24-Nov-2011, 04:50 AM

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I was just in a choir group that performed this song and I thought it was really cool so I looked up Anuna and haven't been able to take it off repeat since, Michael McGlynn's voice is great (although I'm sure he arranges the songs to make them that much better)

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  Forum: Celtic Music  ·  Post Preview: #303645

jime307 Posted on: 24-Nov-2011, 04:40 AM

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Can you Feel the love tonight! - Lion king
Can't help but sing along
  Forum: General Discussion  ·  Post Preview: #303644

jime307 Posted on: 24-Nov-2011, 04:32 AM

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I'm afraid I can't help you there, as I often have similar problems, I'm re-reading one of my favorite books, Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
  Forum: The Book Stop  ·  Post Preview: #303643

jime307 Posted on: 21-Apr-2009, 07:54 AM

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Wow! That looks like quite an adventure!
  Forum: The Trail Sign  ·  Post Preview: #280133

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jime307 Posted on: 21-Apr-2009, 07:51 AM

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wow these are some beautiful pictures! It truly must be a treat to see such gorgeous birds so often. Our backyard has been a little torn up by construction so I have a feeling we may not be getting so many visitors this year. But of course there is still nature to enjoy and I'm very glad we can all enjoy it together
  Forum: The Trail Sign  ·  Post Preview: #280131

jime307 Posted on: 06-Feb-2009, 05:03 PM

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AAaah! too much snow! It'll snow here for a while then get warm and then freeze so everything's icy and it just plain stinks, the skiing is awful because it's all ice and getting around is a pain I want it to be summer so I can ride my bike and climb again!
  Forum: General Discussion  ·  Post Preview: #273867

jime307 Posted on: 06-Feb-2009, 04:26 PM

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I have done a bit of Kayaking, although it was whitewater and my advice is this, if someone tells you not to go out they mean it one of my friends and his kayaking teacher almost died in bad weather once, so heed warnings Is all I can say
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jime307 Posted on: 19-Dec-2008, 05:03 PM

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I use ebay a lot. however had a rather ridiclous problem with a seller where I bought an iPod and never recieved I got my money back but it really was aggravating
  Forum: Ye Ole Celtic Pub - Open all day, all night!  ·  Post Preview: #270512

jime307 Posted on: 19-Dec-2008, 04:59 PM

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trying to warm up after snow shoveling and checking up on CR
  Forum: General Discussion  ·  Post Preview: #270511

jime307 Posted on: 19-Dec-2008, 04:56 PM

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hmmm I'm not sure about where to recommend about fishing. My uncle knows a lot of great spots all over, I'll see if he'll let me know.
  Forum: The Trail Sign  ·  Post Preview: #270510

No New Posts  Firefox 3 (Pages 1 2 )
jime307 Posted on: 29-Oct-2008, 06:27 PM

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Yeah there are scripts errors involving jscript on a very regular basis with be as well, although I try to steer clear of MS "enhanced" languages
  Forum: Computer Technology  ·  Post Preview: #266259

jime307 Posted on: 29-Oct-2008, 06:24 PM

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Yeah, I really thought that would be interesting, it's a shame they're having so many problems with it.
  Forum: Philosophy, Science & Religion  ·  Post Preview: #266254

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jime307 Posted on: 19-Oct-2008, 07:50 PM

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I really should keep up with this better huh =D anyways I think it would be wonderful for you to get back into climbing it's a blast, I've never really tryed purely repelling but it sounds interesting. Last week my friends and I went climbing at Cascade Falls which is over a river/waterfall, it was really beautiful scenery and probably about the last time I'm going to do outside climbing for the rest of the year, it's Snowing already =(
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jime307 Posted on: 29-Sep-2008, 04:27 PM

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I am wondering why on all my topics, they are marked with the yellow "moved" tag?
  Forum: Historical Archive  ·  Post Preview: #263059

jime307 Posted on: 29-Sep-2008, 04:21 PM

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Well, I haven't got around to editing it so it's still needs streamlining but here's my article from Historium.org on the Persian Wars I have full right to post it, because hey it's not plaugerism if I wrote it right laugh.gif Some facts are off I know, but hey it's a start I'll probably end up adding more about Marathon and whatnot

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I'm sure everyone has heard stories of the incredible Persian wars in ancient Greece, whether it be about Thermopylae or Marathon everyone knows something. Now allow me if you will, to expand upon your knowledge on this interesting subject.
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These are the two general areas that each country encompasses, Persia being Asia Minor and stretching up onto Thrace above Greece, (ignore the boundaries on the Map) And Persia was still hungry for more land and so started to conquer islands in Greek waters drawing ever nearer to the Balkan Penninsula. The Persian army was not made up of incredibly well trained troops with top of the line armor and weapons, it did however have immense numbers greatly dwarfing the Greeks. The Standard Persian troop would be equipped with a sword, a woven wicker shield and maybe leather armor.
The Whole Persian wars started when a Persian adviser for an Island ruled by Persia requested help from the Greeks to Rise up in the rebellion against Persia, the Greeks helped him fight and win as long as he was part of Greece and burned down a city in Persia . But the Greeks lost interest and returned home. Persia however quickly reconquered the island and started to grow closer to the Greeks. And the Persians attempted to invade Greece, and there was only one way in, Thermopylae, or The Hot Gates, as the Greeks referred to it.
The Spartans, a very renowned militaristic City-State who had an army of 300, the Phoenicians, a not well known City State which nearly matched Sparta in fearlessness and strength who had an army of 2-3000, and the Athenians who had a land army of 5000 and a good fleet of ships as well, made a stand against the Persians who's army was nearly one million troops, not including it's large navy. After the first day both armies had felt great losses although the Persians had taken a loss much higher than they thought possible. The Spartan King, Leonidas, who was also the head General of the Greek armies sent the Phoenicians and the Athenians home to prepare the rest of the Armies for the Persians attack. The Athenians left gladly but contrary to popular belief the Phoenicnians refused to leave and also made a stand against the Persians With the Spartans. For the next several days the Greeks made the Persians pay dearly, for the Infantry's light wicker shields and leather armor stood no chance against the Greeks strong Bronze shields and armor.
The Greeks held of the Persians for three or four days and would've gone longer except a Spartan traitor told the Persians of a secret path leading around the Hot gates, and when the Persian infantry attacked in large numbers in suprise from behind, the Greeks were defeated very quickly. The Persians had great losses and yet it had not seemingly dented their forces Although the Cavalry had been damaged greatly.
But when the Persians meet the Greek League, the Largest army of Greeks ever assembled at Platea it was obvious that they had picked a force to be reckoned with. There were nearly 188,000 Greeks and although they had no Cavalry and few bowmen, their superior armor and weapons gave them a great upper hand. A large deal of the Persian cavalry had be depleted at Thermopylae and so it was truly infantry versus infantry. After nearly eight days of putting off the battle, the two armies collided in a crash of ringing blades and bloody death. The Persians were simply stunned by the ferocity of the Greek warriors and were losing masses of men.  
  The Persians were still confident, however, in their Navy, but once again they were too cocky and their enormous ships could not hold against the small, fast, easily manuvered ships that the Athenians had, and their navy fell quickly. The Persians had to face the facts, they had truly bitten off more than they could chew and soon had to retreat. The Greeks celebrating in joy at the amazing feat they had just accomplished. Soon after the defeat in Greece, Persia fell due to civil strife, and it's land was divided once again into small nations again.


History articles and More on http://www.Historium.org/
  Forum: Historical Archive  ·  Post Preview: #263057

jime307 Posted on: 29-Sep-2008, 04:02 PM

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Here's a few,
1) Great Tabbed Browsing
2) Great numbers of helpful add-ons
3) Themes
4) Sturdy structure (REALLY Hard to crash)
5) Hieghtened Security
There's more I just can't think of a Huge list right now..
Free and open source
  Forum: Computer Technology  ·  Post Preview: #263056

jime307 Posted on: 21-Sep-2008, 04:08 PM

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Great sugesstions all, I'v read a few of those including the once and future king and it's one of my favorites too, I love the sword of Shannara probably the most out of the huge shannara Series. I haven't heard of Dies the fire until now but will check it out.

Another couple of my favorites are the Forgotten Realms by R.A. Salvatore. And The Secret Story of Tom Trueheart, and the authors name currently eludes me.
  Forum: The Book Stop  ·  Post Preview: #262342

jime307 Posted on: 15-Sep-2008, 08:11 PM

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Sounds Like a great sport to me, I've seen a few races around here during the winter and it certainly is entertaining.
  Forum: The Trail Sign  ·  Post Preview: #261887

jime307 Posted on: 09-Sep-2008, 08:01 PM

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Hello Peoples of Celtic Radio, I have just set up a new History Oriented site off the website for my project historium, right now its mostly an empty forum, but I intend to change that and would love your help. The Url is http://www.historium.org/ and there are several buttons to the forum on the main page, in fact those are really the only buttons. If you are a history buff or have an interest in history or even want to know something, please come join our community because we'd love to have you and your knowledge.

Please note: I set this up as both a community website as well as a historical archive for my school to use (voluntary, not required mind you) so there's gonna be probably quite a few people who don't know a ton about history, but that's o.k. because it is a learning site.

I look forward to seeing you there
Cheers - Jimmie

http://historium.org -site url
http://historium.org/forum -forum url
  Forum: Historical Archive  ·  Post Preview: #261300

jime307 Posted on: 24-Aug-2008, 04:20 PM

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Open Office is really a great piece of software , it's very similar to MS Word and can even read and save in .doc format, if I'm ever writing anything I use Open Office because it's free and works good, there are also open office programs mimicking PowerPoint, Exel and a few others.
For Programming Editing I'd have to say that Notepad++ is one of my favorits, although eMacs is quite nice.
I Use Audacity often for sound effects and music. As well as making podcast and really anything involving audio.
  Forum: Computer Technology  ·  Post Preview: #258943

jime307 Posted on: 15-Aug-2008, 09:53 AM

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Sorry if this is in the wrong section it seems I've been a little lost around the forums lately, anyway the Jackson Hole Highlander Festival is tonight and all day tomorrow. I'll be there both days this time and I'll hopefully be able to get myself a kilt (last year they were closed on friday night) It's also very close if not already been a year since i have joined Celtic Radio, my does time fly by. Anyways, just a heads up, I was wondering if anyone was going to be there, if so I guess I'll see you there. Feel free to post your thoughts and comments (I'll be sure to take pictures!)

Jimmie
  Forum: Festival & Games  ·  Post Preview: #257406

jime307 Posted on: 04-Aug-2008, 05:27 PM

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Great pics of your family in there mdf3530, and that cathedral is really beautiful, just think of how long it must have taken to make that stained glass! I just got home from weed whacking all day, I'm green in front but white and tan on the back of my clothes. Anyways, I'm about to leave to hunter safety soon. pflanary, I'm so happy to hear everythings going so well for you, that's fantastic. Wishing you all the best.

Jimmie
  Forum: General Discussion  ·  Post Preview: #256518

jime307 Posted on: 04-Aug-2008, 05:21 PM

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Checking out licensing for nintendo Wii Development (making games for Wii) can you believe you're required to have an office seperate from your home, also, getting ready to get to go to hunter safety
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