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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Bones, Aug 13, 2019.
Oh the gnashing of teeth and bashing of Gibson...
What I wanna know is, is the guy training to save the world doing so by eating ALL of the cheeseburgers he can find to prevent food possible wide spread food poisoning?
Did ANYBODY ever stop to consider HOW MANY suburban youngsters are now at risk of drowning in backyard pools and beaches without these guitars to save them? This is just TOTALLY IRRESPONSIBLE behavior!!!!!!
Interesting insight about the inflated guitar market.
That's 47 seconds I'll never be able to get back...
I like silly videos. The Ultra Spiritual Life guy encourages people to storm Area 51...….
What the hell did I just watch?
Haha, this guy is AWESOME!
I found my inflatable guitar in box full of books last Sunday.
It's a red 1980's Strat. It's all original. Never gigged.
What do you reckon it could be worth?
I don’t know whether the toy guitars were used to parody what Gibson did in crushing the guitars or whether they did it to avoid retribution from Gibson themselves, but in any event, it’s their business why they chose to destroy the guitars. I’ll bet they’d like to get their hands on whomever leaked it in the first place.
AFAIC, here’s the bottom line: I don’t give a fiddledy flyin ball of flux why they destroyed their own guitars. That’s their business. Next case.
Hmm. I wondered whatever happened to Jerry Springer's bouncer. Now I know. Good for him, he's got a trade now.
I had been meaning to watch that one.
These are adult men speaking directly into the camera, counting their "likes."
Videos like this are proof that we need to standardize a 32 hour work week to bring some of these leeches into the productive economy, and give those of us who DO sh*t a little bit of a break.
Yeah, I think if they deflated them they wouldn't take up as much warehouse space.
Just think, the intertubes have created a whole new group of jobs for people who can't find regular jobs. Manufacturing goes to China and commenting on manufacturing (and everything else) comes to the internet. I do believe that the whole world has jumped the shark.