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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Frodebro, Oct 11, 2013.
Thank ya, thank ya vera much.
You're very welcome.
Smart ass kid.
My acoustic amp is 100 watts. Fishman Loud Box. Yah. Yahhhhhhhhh!
Watch it, before I push you over and you wind up on the ground with a broken hip, desperately stabbing at your Life Alert bracelet.
Subs?... I like yellow ones....
If you are going to do this, could it be in a BIGGER FONT!
Crimini sakes alive!
My grandma, now she used to raise chickens. She had this ol' rooster that took care of all the hens, and one day he up and dies. So we had him with dumplin's and gravy that night for suppa'.
Well, it's only a couple of day's later and my grandma comes home with a new rooster. She puts him out in the hen house and about 2 or so that mornin', just before grandpa got up, we here this squall a comin' from the hen house. Granpa said that grandma just rolled over an smiled.
Then in the mornin' she goes to collect the eggs and all of the hens are layin' in the house dead as doornails. The rooster is sittin' on the roof of the house kind of grinnin'.
So she goes out and buys twice the number that she had before, and shur enuf that night same thing. She goes out in the mornin' and all the hens are deader than a doornail.
So she goes to town agin' and buys 4 times the last amount. Same thing happens that night but in the mornin' not only are the hens dead, but the rooster is layin' on the ground, his feet up in the air, staring blankly at the sky. Grandma thinks she's finally fixed him.
Just then a buzzard lands on top of the chicken house and she looks at the rooster. He turns toward her and winks then says "Shhhhh".
Anyway we had him with dumplin's and gravy for dinner that night.
My grandma was quite a woman. Every now and then, she would take a notion and strip naked. She'd move the piano out on the porch and sing songs from the bawdy house.
Now, what was it, you wanted agiin????
Is it a problem if I'm sixteen and I at one point or another in my life have been able to say yes to most of those? Is it a problem if I still can say yes to most of those?
Is it a problem that I'm 54 and play through a thirty watt Vox modeling amp, have an iPhone that I really dig, and absolutely love my Yamaha Magic Stomp pedal (which requires programming via computer)?
Have you noticed that guitars and amps get heavier as they age?
here, get off the soapbox, take the stick out wipe it clean
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No problem, young man.
That sub forum needs a name!
'The Curmudgeon Bunker'
Guess I'll have to sell the Twin Reverb, Peavey and Boogie, dump the pedals, trade in the Android, and surrender my speeding tickets to assimilate...
Sorry, you don't fit the profile.
Wow sounds just like your coming into the old age arena
Let me gather my gitar and I'll be right over to this new sub forum
Young man yells at clouds?
100 years from now, guitar players will PINE to know how to create those "classic" sounds. They will be informed to purchase a book called "TDPRI". The book will be full of old forum threads from unknown members who are long gone from this planet.
It will sell in the billions.