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Bedubya Instrument Geek Thread Topic Needed (37) RE: BS: Instrument Geek Thread Topic Needed 19 Apr 01


Thank you Susan! Thank you Susan.! Thank you Susan!

Shit gang! I know how to call up old threads and read them. It's the give and take, the immediacy of addressing the issue at hand in a current thread that's fun. If I have a serious question, I'll hit the old threads. I'm usually not looking for serious information here! Just some bullshit to pass the time!

Now, repeat after me, "Do not take anything Bedubya ever posts on the Mudcat at face value. He has a warped sense of humor. He is full of shit. He is no relation to that other Dubya guy, who is also full of shit."

It reminds me of my old college professor who once told our class that if he ever came to class wearing a spin-around bow-tie with blinking red lights we could take everything that he said on that day dead seriously.

Maybe I should have titled this thread "Stupid Musical Instrument Questions and Their Improbable Answers!" Why are banjos round? Is Susan the only one out there who recognizes this as too stupid a question to deserve a serious answer? They're round because if they were triangular they'd be banjo-likas!

Now, to answer Susan's questions:

1) I quit pumping my organ when I got married again. (I didn't really, but don't tell my wife.) 2) I always forget I bought Gorilla Snot until I find the jar under the sofa and it's too dried up to be used for anything. 3) Hair in tuners? Do like I did. Go bald! 4) Would you please repeat the question? 5) The little foam wind-baffles keep coming off and choking me. 6) Nunyadambidness! But all my guitars are "well-strung"!

Happy Days

Bruce


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