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  1. I've read most, if not all, of the NP tributes and obituaries being written over the past week since the news broke. The piece in the Buffalo News was among the best in my opinion, but the one I keep going back to as my favorite is about a random encounter the author had with Neil years ago at a diner in the mountains of West Virginia. https://www.inc.com/jeff-haden/neil-peart-was-an-exceptional-drummer-but-his-legacy-could-be-summed-up-in-4-words.html?cid=search
  2. Hit you in a soft place A melody so sweet A strong and simple beat That you can dance to Watch his every move Superconductor Orchestrate illusions Superconductor Watch his every move Superconductor Hoping you'll believe Designing to deceive That's entertainment
  3. The guy had dealt with unspeakable tragedy in his life in losing his teenage daughter to a car accident and his first wife to cancer in the span of a few months in the late 90s. In light of that, this instagram post by a good friend of Neil's is hard, showing him reading to his young daughter who is now left without a dad.
  4. It's such a cloudy daySeems we'll never see the sunI feel the day is all uncertaintyBurning in the moment, trapped by the desperationBetween how it is and how it ought to beBetween how it is and how it ought to be
  5. I'll take "Rants that unequivocally indict you as an anti-process guy for $1000 Alex"
  6. On my drive in this morning: The Necromancer, By-tor and the snow dog, Natural Science. Those three there are deep, deep tracks indeed.
  7. It doesnt matter that it was ref assisted, when you "cheat" on the bills....billsy ***** begins happening to you. There you have it Houston....
  8. I've been making my way through the Rush catalog since I heard the news. Everyone knows the classics, but there are so many great hidden gems throughout the Rush catalog. I just finished listening to Presto (1989) while doing some work in the garage and the last song on that album, Available Light, hit me like a ton of bricks. What a great example of Neil's lyrical genius, it had probably been at least 15 years since I last listened to this song.
  9. https://buffalonews.com/2020/01/10/exit-the-warrior-neil-peart-1952-2020/
  10. Two beers in and the Fly By Night album on now...going all the way through..
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