#arts (Discord ID: 393289209726894081) in Literature Club, page 1

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2017-12-29 16:24:51 UTC

@TheVar - SC No, because it isn't a book. Maybe you can talk about it on the skills server, though.

2017-12-29 16:25:24 UTC

Ah gotcha.

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2018-02-21 23:27:36 UTC

Is there a music channel? This is great! (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iN6yv6HTn38)

2018-04-04 23:01:47 UTC

@SamanthaM the boy and the fife...classic art

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2019-01-20 18:53:38 UTC

If Europeans ever get on you for being uncultured, you can remind them that cocktails are distinctly American. They were considered a faux pas all throughout Europe, because they were told not to adjust the flavor profile of a distiller’s spirit. So all the greats were made in America and the whole culture was based in America. There were some Central/South American classics, but I believe those were Americans who went south, especially during the prohibition.


2019-01-20 18:53:54 UTC

Great book too.

2019-01-20 18:56:35 UTC

Also American Cowboy/western culture is world renowned and romanticized, probably America’s most notable and distinct culture

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2019-01-20 19:00:57 UTC

Too bad Florida doesn’t get the credit it deserves for having is own unique cowboy/ pioneer history. Florida cattle fed the confederacy. This state was as much of a frontier as the West was in the late 1800s. Few white men had even ventured south of Orlando/ Tampa by the 1860s

2019-01-20 19:06:41 UTC

Interesting. Palm tree cowboys. You’re right they don’t get the credit they deserve, because I’ve never seen that. I’d love to read a book or watch a doc on it.

2019-01-20 19:23:49 UTC

A good book on it is “A Land Remembered”

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