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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Phrygian77, Jun 17, 2021.

  1. Phrygian77

    Phrygian77 Friend of Leo's Gold Supporter

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    I've been seeing this a lot lately, e.g., Is “Tune once and done” a myth? and How straight/crooked is your bridge plate?
     
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    Ugh, we’re not going to rehash duplicate posting, are we?

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    Oh, I'm so tempted right now...
     
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    Are you asking me or telling me???????
     
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    Threads have their own way of evolving. Some die out after a few posts. Some continue and grow branches or drop seeds. Sometimes two members unbeknownst to each other have the same or a very similar idea and open separate, and to some, competing threads. And then there are epic threads like the meme thread. And even that one has dropped seeds. How is this a problem? It's evolution in its simplest form. Some of us feel the need to complain about "zombie" threads. These come up when someone searching finds one of them and rather than start a new thread, adds to an existing thread. I don't think of them as zombies as much as fossils, something found and dug up, and as in the fossilized dinosaurs in the museum, more complete when the missing pieces are filled in. Evolution. It's only scary when you think it shouldn't happen but there's nothing you can or should do to stop it.
     
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    Deja Vu all over again much?
     
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    Cool! So I learned this is called the droste effect from the title of that photo. I didn't know it had a name.
     
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    Mute people who make dumb threads and posts.
     
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    I put a six saddle bridge on my Telecaster, and now it looks different than it did when it had a three saddle bridge on it, I just don't understand that. Maybe I should get another Telecaster? Could it be the angle thing from the other thread? If I tune it with the six saddle bridge on it, and don't change my underwear for a week, will it still be in tune? Should you change your underwear before you tune, or after? Would it be more appropriate to start a separate thread about tuning and underwear?
     
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    Do it again!
     
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    Yup. Do that.
     
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    We’ve been doing it for years - why stop
     
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