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41 is the new 21...i think...

As the calendar turns my biological clock past my 41st birthday, I'm not sure how many more of these "Benjamin Button" tales I'll be able to regale, but as long as I still have a few hairs on my balding head, I might as well enjoy them while they last:

  • About 2 months ago, Kyungmi and I took the boys in to the county office to have all of our passports renewed. The clerk looked at my wife and asked, "So these are your four boys?" We have three sons...Kyungmi was really, really peeved...

  • About a month ago, we had some visitors at Church. Following the worship service, Paul and I went to greet them and invite them to our fellowship meal downstairs. One of the ladies looked at us and asked if we were brothers. Paul (my oldest 15 year old son) and I shared a hearty laugh. To make matters worse, she said, "I thought the pastor was your father!" Um...the pastor is about the same age as I am...

  • A few days ago, a gentleman was going around the neighborhood asking for support for his upcoming marathon for Multiple Sclerosis. When I opened the door, he looked at me and asked if my mother or father was home. Next time, I promised Paul that I would call him over and call him, "Dad".

  • Sigh...i might just start dying my hair grey, this is getting ridiculous ;)
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    Sorry about the off-topic question:

    I don't know how many people have similar experiences, but when playing pieces from memory over a long period of time, sometimes I get back to score and realize that I've been consistently playing a few wrong notes here and there (without knowing that they're wrong) that do not make the piece sound particularly awkward, but are nevertheless wrong. So it occurred to me, whether there is a "sanity check software", that compares what you play (on a digital piano) with a given score (say as a midi file or in some standard format) and points out your mistakes, or gives you a smart idea of the discrepancy between what you play and what is right. Even if there is such a thing that works for simple pieces, that could be still of some use.

    Are you aware of any software that does something along these lines?

    by: Mahdi (contact) - 11 Oct '09 - 16:09

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