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Discussion in 'Adelaide' started by feenix67, Feb 13, 2017.
You must make a lot of apologies
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Truly is stunning these days
I keep waiting to wake up having fallen asleep whilst catching a Crows game at 3am my time.
Apparently this is not a nightmare and I am awake.
Had to chuckle when I saw that on the front page. Dowdy is a top guy who doesn't mind spending a corporate dollar or two. Shouted me many a feast at Greek on Halifax in his Optus days
No need to apologise. To be fair, we had drunk a couple of corrs lights by that stage so we could have added our own special twist to some of the lines but nothing that warranted their response I wouldn't have thought.
Salespeople can sell themselves into management roles in the same manner that bankers get themselves into accounting roles. Debacles generally ensue.
Look like one of the multimedia points Fages was mention is Out and ready to use
That's been out for a few weeks
Great listen CastCrew.
Interesting to hear strategic direction on expanding membership with new communication strategies.
Also, interesting to hear discussions around making our football department the best, including use of external reviewers.
Really appreciate the time taken to meet the club & feed the discussion back to us, including the audio with Fages. Hope the BF negativity by some won't lead you all to lose any of your enthusiasm to contribute to BF/CC.
Keep up the great work.
I don't see why the club would need permission as the marine corp did not write the melody, and the song is public domain.
Our "Trunbull" is used to beach visitors........being from Point Piper and all
Thought I had read somewhere they did it out of courtesy. But perhaps I mixed that up with Sydney and Notre Dame.
I understand but I know the wiki page claims the following:
Some websites, including the official USMC website, claim that the U.S. Marine Corps secured a copyright on the song either 19 August 1891 or 18 August 1919; however, US Copyright Law prohibits the US Federal government, including subordinate agencies, from holding domestic copyrights, and as such, the song falls into the public domain. However, several composers do hold copyrights on different arrangements of the song. These copyrights cover only the specific arrangements and not the song as a whole.
So perhaps the club did not seek permission but I could have sworn I ran across an article that said they asked out of courtesy maybe??
Then again perhaps Trump is right and I just am spreading fake news.
Might be time to deport me humanely
Got a feeling the original tune is from G & S. Not really up with G & S, but rings a bell from there.
Thanks Kane, and no, we wouldnt give the handful of trolls the satisfaction
Haha it is all good. You could be right though given that the melody is synonymous with the US Marine Corps.
And has been used in an Iron Man movie.
So you are saying RDJ should be a club ambassador?
What good would it do to sink the boot into their donkeys?
It's been used in LOTS of movies.
Isnt the tune for "Here we go Here we go Camry Crow" a US military them too?
I reckon that could be adapted some how for match day. Just the chorus and swap out "Camry" for "Adelaide"
Corny as hell but catchy.
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See I was afraid this had happened when I saw the most recent avatar change.
You have turned into a complete fancy dog now.
Sorry if this is the wrong thread to ask this in, but does anyone know a way to get The Muffin Man song out of my head?
It's been two days now.
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