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Just ribeye medium rare, and mushrooms cooked in butter. No sauce, no other sides.
Arbitrary rules or undifferentiated chaos?
I'll take the former.
If even math is a social construct then language has no chance.
And if language is lost then Reason is lost.
Nothing left but Force.
Here's an amusing little essay relevant to the thread if you're interested: The Cult of Common Usage by Bertrand Russell.
A large band, and the four sides featured different styles, and all four sides were great.
"All mathematicians are Platonists" and so physicists inherited it. This was a mistake but I wasn't the person to prove it.
Ok, no need to ridicule anyone currently anywhere on the spectrum between the two extremes.
Some people accept without question and probably play more, while others question everything and probably tinker more.
No need to ridicule either...
Makes it look legit. See, the side isn't smooth either. I'd leave it alone. :-)
People knew and cared about wood and they cared about weight one way or the other, before the Internet.
I'm with you brother.
(I'm not on Facebook but the principle applies to many other things, and it has been bothering me.)
As I said, although the word "tonewood" might not have been used, people knew about and cared about the wood type before the Internet.
They look exactly like my Phillips/Sylvania STR387 (looking at fine details inside), but mine have dual halo getters. (Yours have even more...
Ribeye cut into hotdog sized strips.
Yeah, I already said sorry for my sarcastic post.
The last few percent matter to some people.
Sorry I spoke sarcastically. Really hopeless to talk about it anyway.
With the same pickups and wiring, a Strat sounds exactly like a Tele, and an SG sounds exactly like a Les Paul. Ok, thanks.
Dictate, no. Lead or coax, yes, strongly.
EDIT: This post is not necessarily a direct reply to the previous one. Previous post is better.
If you think wood does *not* matter, please...
Yeah, almost super-human, and also very nice. :-)
I've had "Spellbound" running through my mind since I saw the thread title.
Love him, yes.
Heard about the nibbler many times. I guess it's a workout using it on steel?
Are they sure it wasn't a gerbil?