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Sunday, 6 February 2005
The Greatest Music Of All Time
Very soon, I will be compiling my top 490 songs of all time. Why not 500? Well, Sony's Atrac software only burns 490 melodies on a single CD.

I have listened to thousands of songs from the 1930s to present time. Every era produce its own hits.

The song list will be placed on a separate webpage with references concerning the tunes.

Hope you enjoy this star-studded material.

Posted by qualteam at 11:52 PM EST
Updated: Sunday, 6 February 2005 11:54 PM EST
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Thursday, 3 February 2005
The Top Songs Of All Time
Mood:  cool
These would be songs that you can listen to hundreds even thousand of times.

Since 1940, there might be 1500 hundred songs that might fill that description. While there have been many good songs over the last 25 years, I can't see them amounting to 1500. Can you remember the top number one songs over the last five years?

Songs express just about every mood and experience of the human condition. We can feel very intensely about different things even funny stuff. Check out "novelty tunes" when you get the chance.

Fun Music Remembered

Posted by qualteam at 8:29 PM EST
Updated: Thursday, 3 February 2005 8:35 PM EST
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Wednesday, 2 February 2005
Groundhog Day 2005
Mood:  down
A groundhog is simply a squirrel on steriods.

Like most experts, they disagree with each other. The ones in Nova Scotia and Pennsylvania predict six more weeks of winter while the ones in Ontario and Alberta predict an early spring.

We spend millions on weatherforcasting and then leave it to a rodent to look into his crystal ball.

Not only is this crap. It's boring crap. The Bill Murray movie("Groundhog Day") was more interesting than any real Groundhog Day, past or present.
Retire Groundhog Day And Groundhog Forecasters

Posted by qualteam at 11:33 PM EST
Updated: Wednesday, 2 February 2005 11:45 PM EST
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Tuesday, 1 February 2005
New Search Engine For The Barron Blog And Webpages
With over 605 entries in the Barron Blog and 20 megs of webpages, it helps to have a search engine tailored just for the weblog and webpages.

Well, our good friends over at Google helped us with an original search engine for free. Thanks guys. You're number one. Here it is:


Google
Search WWW Search http://webhome.idirect.com/~barroni/ Search qualteam.tripod.com


Posted by qualteam at 9:27 AM EST
Updated: Tuesday, 1 February 2005 10:19 AM EST
Monday, 31 January 2005
The Iraqi Election Reviewed
Mood:  a-ok
Over 60% voted in the Iraqi election which was in a similar range to the Canadian and U.S. elections.

The electorate showed great bravery in turning up at the polls despite death threats. They followed the words of Popeye towards bullies. "That's all we can stands. We can't stands no more."

I was touched by the heroism of those who could have been very intimated by the terrorists"

"Remarkable scenes became commonplace as voters in wheelchairs and others who were deaf, blind or clearly in poor health made their way to vote".

"When I got up this morning at 5 a.m., there were voters already outside waiting to vote", Lieutenant Saad Sarhan of the Baghdad police said as he ushered a visitor around the polling station in the Huda Girls' School in a mainly Shiite suburb of the capital. Five stars.

Posted by qualteam at 5:31 PM EST
Updated: Monday, 31 January 2005 5:33 PM EST
Sunday, 30 January 2005
A New Day Has Dawned In New Iraq



Posted by qualteam at 9:14 PM EST
Saturday, 29 January 2005
The Ultimate In Canadian Boring Entertainment
Seen any really boring sports on TV like darts, bowling or golf. Those might make somebody's top ten list of boring TV sports, but right at the top would probably be curling.

Curling is something that Canadians are good at.

Check out the top Canadian curling teams at CBC Sports Curling

Also, take in a Canadian movie on this sport called Men With Brooms It's not about male witches. It's about curlers, Canadian ones at that.


Posted by qualteam at 11:45 PM EST
Updated: Saturday, 29 January 2005 11:46 PM EST
Friday, 28 January 2005
Dave And Irene Is Finally A Domain Name
The whole process of registering a Canadian domain name was very difficult, but we did it. Our family webpages can be easily accessed now at www.daveandirene.ca.
Please enjoy our pictures from Newfoundland and other senic sites around Ontario.

Posted by qualteam at 10:12 PM EST
Updated: Friday, 28 January 2005 10:24 PM EST
Wednesday, 26 January 2005
Remembering Auschwitz 60 Years Ago
"The evil of Nazi ideology did not come from nowhere. The brutalization of thought and the loss of moral inhibitions had a history; above all, Nazi ideology was desired by people and man-made."

German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder on the 60th anniversary of the camp's liberation.

When I read this newspaper article on the above, I cried my eyes out and muttered, "What have I done?" My soul is in danger of eternal damnation.

Later on in the same year, I was born in Pembroke Canada.



Auschwitz Remembered

Posted by qualteam at 9:50 PM EST
Updated: Wednesday, 26 January 2005 9:53 PM EST
Tuesday, 25 January 2005
Mission Statement Three For The Barron Blog
Most of us know that the New Testament was written in the first century A.D. There were great insights into God and Jesus Christ at that time. Unfortunately, the "Era of Revelation" ended in the first century for most Christians.

I found it hard to believe that Jesus and "The Body of Christ" would cut itself from the brethren on earth. If one were connected to Jesus and the early church through a common mind, then the link with the first saints would continue and expand. It didn't. Most believers wanted a heavenly escape from the harsh realities of earthly life.

The fixation on dogma stopped the mystical connection with Christ from expressing itself.

The dark ages continued until the 20th century when sci/fi writers began exploring the possibilities of advanced alien life and civilizations in the universe.

Star Wars, Star Trek, Lord of the Rings and other works were results of non traditional, non religious searches for truth as to what was actually going on in galaxy.

"The Mind of Christ" after 100 A.D connected with me when I was eighteen. The experiences of millions of Christians over two thousand years could now be accessed on a slow gradual basis. No matter where Christians were in the universe, they were united with Jesus and his divine mind.

Separating myth and imagination from actual experience is a difficult process, but it can be done.

Part of this journey involves recovering the memories of many lifetimes.

There are ways to bring back memory fragments from world's long dead.

Hopefully, we can be travelers together on that long road that leads to a new heaven and a new earth.


Posted by qualteam at 9:51 PM EST
Updated: Tuesday, 25 January 2005 10:08 PM EST

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