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About Drosera

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  • Birthday September 8

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    North Carolina
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    Over the top fan of Silent films, Legends cars, life masks, photography, nature... ah, the list goes on and on.

    I'm an happily married, recent empty-nester from Chicago (proper) now living in VERY rural NC.

    ..... are those banjos I hear??
  1. I find the soundtrack to "*Putting Pants on Philip*" the 1927 Laurel and Hardy silent, featuring the score by Robert Israel AMAZING. (Philip, a Scot played by Laurel, comes to The States to stay w/ a very American relative, played by Hardy) Being a Scotophile, I was watching the film and I wasn't surprised to find that Mr. Israel had used old (circa 17th & 18th Century) Scottish tunes, until I realized that he'd matched up the song lyrics to the action on the screen. Once, and it might have been a coincidence, but no, the unincluded lyrics to each tune were perfectly timed an
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