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Hi, my name is Goliath Flores. I'm a musician and multi-media artist. Ask or tell me anything.
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  1. Anonymous6:40 PM

    Do you like chocolate chip cookies?

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  2. When are you going to play at Bold Bean again!!?? More people need to hear your wonderful music!!

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    1. I'm not sure at the moment. I'll talk to Jay, the owner, and let you know what we set up. And thank you for liking my work! :-)

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    2. Have you thanked everyone? I'm pretty sure there isn't a single person on Earth who doesn't like your work so I guess you'd better get started. lol

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    3. That's incredibly nice to hear. Thank you. :-) I'll get started right away.

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  3. Anonymous3:28 AM

    Do you like ginger ale?

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    1. If there's nothing else to drink, yes.

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  4. Anonymous3:35 AM

    So you do not prefer it. And when you are out you do not ask for it with a lemon or lime garnish?

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    1. Anonymous2:25 PM

      You're doing it wrong. Haha.

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  5. Anonymous11:28 AM

    Ah, the man with the golden fingers. Such a treat to hear and see you perform at The Brick on Dec. 6. And what a great introduction to my friend Patricia's new love interest. You two are wonderful together. And your talent and energy have me inspired to get all my percussion instruments out of the closet and start making rhythms again. Have fun -- Kelley

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    1. Thank you, Kelley! I simply adore Patricia and think she's fantastic! I'm happy to hear you getting your instruments out, it's a great thing, and I'm honored to trigger such a thing.

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  6. Anonymous4:31 PM

    When is your next listing of shows after today (December 20th)? Also, why can't we all just get along? - Jenny K

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  7. I updated my website, but have only added two dates at the end due to the holidays: http://www.goliathflores.com

    Also, people can't get along because of egos mostly.

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  8. Anonymous10:07 PM

    Do you perform at private parties?

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