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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by John Backlund, Mar 26, 2020 at 7:55 PM.
Times are tough all over .
Just like buying meat at Aldi this afternoon. They had a limit 2 sign on most every item.
Oh my God! That is just precious.
On the other hand, if they were banjos, the sign would read 'TAKE FIVE...PLEASE!'
Ouch! I like to but my button accordions three at a time. Guess I'll have to come back for the third.
Perfect for my 'volver volver' serenades!
Walmart had 2 frozen chickens and were selling them for 25 dollars a piece and 1 frozen turkey for 50 dollars
Apparently price gouging will be prosecuted
You mean the thing a lady has?
At first glance, I thought I was looking at boutique tube amp heads.
Me too. It took a while for me to notice. It as the Honer name that made me realize what I was looking at
It must be a pawn shop ?
I had a girlfriend back in the late ‘80s-early ‘90s that played accordion and was good. Her grandfather played in a bunch of national bands in the ‘40s & ‘50s. I heard some recordings and, damn, he was good. Really good.
I hold no bias to someone’s choice of instrument. If it’s good it’s good
That looks photoshopped. And I resent the banjo remark. Let see, what is this called? Oh yeah, "instrumentism." Irrational prejudice against particular instruments not favored in popular music. I think this is banned on TDPRI, if I am not mistaken.
How would you feel if there was a two item per household limit on Telecasters? People would be stocking up and hoarding them! They would double and triple in value. Hmmm.
I bought this little cajun guy last year. I really need to start figuring it out so I can make friends and impress people!
Send your significant other into the store and pretend you don't know her. Buy four!!
Lucky I stocked up on accordions before the rationing set in.
I don't know if I have the requisite number of teeth to play one of those.
JUST KIDDING!! I'm from East Texas. It's my three missing fingers that would make it really challenging.