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R. Scott White
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  • Nashua, NH
  • United States
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Married
About Me:
52 year old free lance musician with 5 little jobs

- Staff Accompanist, Keene State College

- Music Director, Union Congregational Church, No. Reading MA

- Organist, Christian Science Church, Weston, MA

- Faculty/Piano teacher, Nashua Community Music School

- Music Director, Methuen Young People's Theater (MYPT), MA

Happy dad and husband

Iconic inventive accompanist musician with a need for humor

I still mow my own lawn.

And I shovel my own snow.

Interests: classical music, piano, church (pipe) organ, choirs, handbells, piano teaching, music directing, hiking, Chinese adoption, politics, restaurants, parenting

Who would I like to be friends with...:
Those with interests in classical music, music teaching, church music, musical comedy, light opera. Non music things like food, sports (huge Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins and Patriots fan), China and the adoption situation there, today's politics and the economy interest me. I'd prefer gentler thoughtful discussions and don't like "in your face" comments - though I never would back away from any games or fun questions. I am NOT interested in a sexual relationship, thank you - I'm happily married.
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Quentin Tarrentino, enough already

Are you a fan of "Pulp Fiction"? "Kill Bill"? "Death Proof"? "Reservoir Dogs"?

Good. Don't read this blog.

Because I've had enough after hearing about "Inglourious Basterds" which I'm refusing to see.



Have we become so insensitive and isolated as a society that violence as a humorous diversion is acceptable?

Well, not for me. Violence in entertainment bothers me. And while critics, many moviegoers and marketers poo poo it, there is enough people out there like me who… Continue

Posted on August 20, 2009 at 11:39am — 6 Comments

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At 8:38am on January 3, 2010, Ladyg said…
HAPPY BIRTHDAY

At 10:43pm on September 5, 2009, Apposite said…
Hi:)

Is correct grammar, spelling, and sentence structure still important, or is it no longer that big a deal today?

Thanks for answering my post on O'Bama's education speech.

I got to looking at some of your discussions and saw the above question. I have always appreciated good grammar, punctuation, and spelling. I'm glad you (and those who posted such) still think these basic language skills/arts are important. I find their lack of emphasis and resulting deterioration in many classrooms deplorable.
At 3:25pm on July 17, 2009, Allen Woodman said…
Thanks. Photography is a hobby for me, but I do like it very much, and am always trying to improve. No, there is nothing online of my singing. Maybe some day.
 
 
 

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