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#1 6 years ago

the only think I now about them is that it was a movement of 60s (I suppose).. which includes artists, architects, musicians.. any references would be helpful..or bibliography about them..:)




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#2 6 years ago

Dear doris088,

There is a wonderful webpage called "Google", it allows you to encode and query you desire and you receive millions of results. You can also try Wikipedia, another outstanding source of information.

However, since you are not aware of these facts, it brings me to the conclusion that you may be a technologically challenged fellow. And I am truly sorry for your disability.

Most Sincerely, AviationEnthusiast




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#3 6 years ago

Dear Jetfreak,

I know what google means BUT I don't think I can trust it..I'm asking for BOOKS.. BOOKS are really cool and I prefer them.. also I want to discuss this subject with other people..I like to hear other opinions..




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#4 6 years ago

Dear doris088,

Google can help you find books. Try using the "books" subsearch, or the shopping subsearch. Or try searching for "60's artists", and find books on the popular names that come up through wikipedia or Amazon.

Good tidings, obankobi




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#5 6 years ago

Dear Doris,

I am in good humor at your approach to this topic. While speaking in a tone and manner not befitting The Pink Forum, you are now asking for literature on the matter in the format of quill and parchment?

I find your hypocrisy most offensive, Sir! Please read the glued threads for further clarification on the matter.

Yours bycicle-ridingly,

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#6 6 years ago

Obankobi;5628744Dear doris088,

Google can help you find books. Try using the "books" subsearch, or the shopping subsearch. Or try searching for "60's artists", and find books on the popular names that come up through wikipedia or Amazon.

Good tidings, obankobi

dear obankobi

I've SEARCHED god lord..I want MORE opinions or suggestions..:rolleyes: I'm not that stupid




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#7 6 years ago

dear filetrekker

It isn't hypocrisy sir..what's going on here?I've never tried to make anyone feel uncomfortable here




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#8 6 years ago

Dear Doris,

I have discovered a most fascinating tomb that may be of interest, it is named George Bradshaw's guide to 1860's Britain, and provides a fascinating insight into the period.

I hope this guide will help further you in your research. With matter to your coduct, there is a sticky thread in this forum that will explain what is going on. Do not mistake me however as this is all in jest.

Yours Fishbowlingly,

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#9 6 years ago

Dear Doris,

I suggest you go smoke some weed, and try to become one with the 70's. From there, you can start painting drinking fountains black and regress to the 60's. There, you should find all you are looking for.

Good luck in your quest, Obankobi




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#10 6 years ago

the word DEAR is a little bit annoying if the following text doesn't respect the person