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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by studio1087, Nov 12, 2020.
"oh no it isnt..."
"oh yes it is"
"oh no it isnt"
"told you so"
The stinkier a cheese is, the better it is.
So if you got to taste a stinky cheese assume it's really enjoyable and taste it.
no one would stick around long enough to listen to your appreciative comments on said cheese
and then the cheese induced nightmares...cold sweat...waking up..."I WANT ME MUM"
A mule is a lot smarter than a horse.
Banjos don’t float!
they do...like that log that refuses to flush away
That raises several questions.
Who was walking?
The “first time” for what?
Was your mom delivered in Chama?
Were you walking in Chama?
I’m overlooking unlikely interpretations, such as that your mom was delivered while walking with the doctor in Chama when you were 15, even though that’s what you wrote.
I hate lettuce and beets.
Hate hate hate em’!
There, I don’t feel any better.
Wulf is on track to make 1,000 posts in his first two weeks on TDPRI.
Whimsy is > Novelty songs
I’ve spent enough time on this forum to have heard some of these tales multiple times. I know I’m not the only one.
My cat can talk. She can say no and I don't know. And she knows what they mean.
I wrote intentionally to be interpreted in other ways than what happened. But yeah, my Mom was born in Chama. My very first visit to her home town was not until I was 15 and our family was just walking down one of the streets and my mom recognized her childhood doctor ( who also delivered her). I think it is a pretty darn cool story.
Jorma Kaukonen once told me a joke:
"--------" can't talk about that here, sorry
Nice one...Well spotted
at the moment apart from phone calls from friends and family moaning bout their lot...and going to the shop this is my only real link with normality!!
(its great...im enjoying it)
already fallen out with one "mate"...needs to give himself a good shake....
tried to help him ..he got shirty...i told him to wind his neck in before a daneaxe fell on it
he wouldnt know a real problem if it bit his left buttock..."friends" like him i dont need enemies
(rant over...spleen vented)
Both pots just pass through the signal when wide open, like a switch does. All the resistance is bypassed. You may have a pot that just slightly never goes wide open though. In theory anyway.
huge diff between the 2 wide open...i can hear it ...and im old
been building guitars from bits for donkeys years...was taught by one of the best luthiers in the biz
he designed and built these
a pot is a variable resistor...different values have different resistance...changing the resonant peak of your pickups and therefore the very nature of their output 500k on single coil can go ice pick bright and brash..go to 250 it takes the edge off thickens the tone but reduces output..your doubling the resistance..thats why some like no load pots..takes them right out of the equation...no load no resistance...with the same pressure does water flow through a pipe faster or slower depending on pipe diameter?..of course...its resistance electrons behave like water...open the tap more you get more
thats why a guitar with a tone by pass is louder than one with a tone knob......
How did you know!!
That tire is the one with the slow “Rez” leak going on...
Three more things...
I drove cab in Philadelphia...and Boston.
I cooked in a Japanese restaurant (Started washing dishes- was doing the appetizers by the end of the week .
I was a merchant seaman- worked in the engine room of Sun Oil tankers. Sailed through the Panama Canal numerous times.
I'm the guy that coined the term 'hardtail bridge'. Up to that point, they were known as 'non-trem' bridges. Made sense to me because they were "non-springers."