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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Cheap Trills, Oct 1, 2017.
I find being politer is a rather awkward way to annoy neighbors.
You just need to up your game.
Is mentioning Political Correctness similar
to mentioning the name of the Scottish Play?
I am relaxed. Quite relaxed, actually. My reply was a simple response to comments such as "Am I crazy or is it ridiculous to include this in an owners manual for musical equipment?!?"
Sir. If you continue to rage and yell at the other members, you will be escorted out of this thread.
Now please, sir. Calm down.
I'm itching to know what it looks like when someone is escorted out of a thread. Sounds like the kind of think that could happen in the Harmony Central political discussion forum.
I remember buying a rack mount parametric EQ, I think it was a RANE. In the back of the owners manual it said to use the EQ to get rid of feedback, if it still persisted then move the microphone, if you were still getting feedback then move the speakers, and if the EQ and moving the mic and speakers still didn't eliminate feedback they suggested to start knocking down the walls of the building until all reflections and feedback was eliminated.
It's every bit as awful as you'd imagine. In the past, I'd check in occasionally, acting as an alien anthropologist, if you will. But it ceased being interesting to observe years ago.
Yes, it does. And it doesn't hold a candle to the HC Amp forum. (Or didn't used to, I haven't been there in quite a while.)
Sounds like the nintendo switch joycon issues. Their fix was turn off your fridge microwave router dvd player other consoles lights move your furniture move your tv move your fish tank etc
Wat? Wat Yo Say?
My Macs came with a warning not to use them for launching rockets.........HMMM never crossed my mind
I think this is pretty much how it works - someone with a nut allergy eats a bag of nuts, gets sick, and tries to sue the company for not warning the consumer that there were nuts in the bag of nuts. So the legal teams tell them they have to put a ridiculous warning on their product to make it as idiot-proof and lawsuit-proof as they can - and we (including me) laugh at the poor company for the silly warnings they put on their gear.
Incidentally my personal favourite was a Darth Vader mask warning: "Do not drive or operate machinery while wearing this mask."
Not even a TIE fighter?
In all fairness they did offer you the option of using headphones "so you need not to be concerned about those around you." The Japanese are especially civil when offering you ways to circumvent the rules. Gaijin...
Roland (and many Japanese Co's) became Rock N Roll when they decided to emulate USA musical Co's - and in some cases made some incredible instruments by imitation (Old Tokai LP's, Ibanez guitars, 1970's Aria Pro II's)...as they say, IT'S GOOD ENOUGH FOR ROCK N ROLL!
Only if the force is strong in you