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Konidela Siva Sankara Vara Prasad



Chiranjeevi

Padma Bhushan.

Having a quite long and industrious career
having won the title of Padma Bhushan

known predominately in the Western world for his
rendition of Michael Jackson's Thriller in the film
Donga.

Konidela Siva Sankara Vara Prasad
also holds a doctorate.

Many laugh and shake their heads
but they never do the leg work
they never do the research
they never see what the story is behind anything

The leg work must be done
the facts must be known
nothing is miniscule
all the details - all the facts

Minutiae is a word used to compartmentalize the searcher
the true spirit of life can be found
in the search for supposed meaninglessness

Konidela Siva Sankara Vara Prasad's version of Thriller sticks with
me because of its tones and signals
the compression and the through the looking glass effect
of a true reflection of our cultural beliefs

HUNAB KU

Chiranjeevi Padma Bhushan. Имеющ довольно длиннюю и труженическую карьеру выигрывая название Padma Bhushan знано predominately в западныйа мир для его rendition thriller michael jackson's в пленке Donga. Konidela Siva Sankara Vara Prasad также держит doctorate. Много смеются над и трястиются их головки но они никогда не делают работу ноги, котор они никогда не проводят исследование исследование они никогда не видят рассказ за что-нибыдь Работу ноги необходимо сделать фактам необходимо знать ничего будет miniscule все детали - все факты Minutiae будут слово используемое для того чтобы compartmentalize искатель поистине, котор дух жизни можно найти в поиске для supposedly meaninglessness Вариант Konidela Siva Sankara Vara Prasad's thriller вставляет с мной из-за своих тонов и сигнализирует обжатие и через смотря стеклянное влияние поистине отражения нашего культурного верования

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Chiranjeevi PadmaBhushan. PadmaBhushan의 차지하는 확실히 길고 근면한 경력을 있는 predominately필름Donga안에 마이클 잭슨 스릴러의 그의 번역을 위해 서쪽 세계안에 있있는. KonidelaSivaSankaraVaraPrasad은 또한 박사 학위를 붙들n다. 많은 것은 그들의 고개를 실소하고 흔들n다 그러나 결코 결코 이야기가 아무거나뒤에 이는 것 결코 보지 않는 연구를 하지 않는 걷기를 끝내지 않는다 아무것이 =minuscule모든 세부사항 - 모든 사실 것 을 걷기는 있있 한다 사실이라고 끝내야 한다 지문 선이 끝나는 지점은 생활의 진실한 정신이를 위해 수색안에 머안잉렀넜 가정으로 발견될 수 있는 수색자를 분류하는 사용하는 낱말 이다 스릴러의KonidelaSivaSankaraVaraPrasad's버전은 그것의 음색때문에 나와 찌르고 압축을 그리고 우리의 문화적인 신념의 진실한 반영의 거울 효력으로 신호한다 HUNABKU

Konidela Siva Sankara Vara Prasad's version of Thriller sticks with
me because of its tones and signals
the compression and the through the looking glass effect
of a true reflection of our cultural beliefs

Our memories are nothing
more than scraps of sensory data
of combinations that can never exist again

therefore - Konidela Siva Sankara Vara Prasad's version of Thriller may
have different resonance depending on the viewer

for me it equals perfection
I cannot take my eyes off of it
I have watched it several times now and I feel that it is part of the
dimensional rift that I described earlier when speaking of Jane Wiedlin's Rush Hour
and the Pointer Sisters I'm so excited...
...


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