We give funny answers to some posts, eh?

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by fenderfan, Aug 15, 2004.

  1. reverbbb

    reverbbb Friend of Leo's

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    Hmm. Too many variables.
     
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    Damn Straight!
     
  3. tahoebob54

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    no george is not here and HY 89 around Emerald bay has way to many turns on it.
     
  4. trag-o-caster

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    Definately maybe.

    But don't quote me on that.
     
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    Excellent. Rockin' Good News.
     
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    I have something profound to say but unfortunately it is more than 400 pixels wide.
     
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    I'm laughing my A off at this thread...

    So where DO I get a road case for my hard shell!!??
     
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    Missed who?

    Like I was saying, if you can get the nitro really thin so it dries, then rosewood is definately the way. Unless you only use Fender Medium picks. Then I'd go with the Barden in the neck, and a six piece saddle. First, make sure the nut slots are clean, and that the action is about 4/32" over the tuning heads, when the throttle is fully depressed. Speaking of depressed, have you heard that Gibson just bought everything in the universe. Yup, you, me, my dogs, everything. It's all Gibson, all the time. Oh well, at least Brent Mason is the greatest player ever and everything else in the universe (now owned by Gibson, have you heard?) sucks. So then it's settled. Put the Barden in the bridge, make sure it's a Vintique 3 piece, and ONLY Vintique. No shabby second rate stuff from all the imitators. Only Callaham. Period. Then string it with a mix of 9's and 11's, only backwards, and use fiber-core-bronze-coated super dooper slinky strings. They're the only real manufacturer of strings anyway.

    I'm getting hungry. Can you get pancakes at Waffle House?

    ps. Has anyone seen my moose?
     
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    Why did the bunny crossed the road?
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    To get under the pancake. :lol:
     
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    :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:

    Oh my word! Vivian Brown, on the Weather Channel is looking PARTICULARLY fine this evening!!! Mmmm....
     
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    What the....

    <<It varies! By the way , my daughter has a gerbil with a waffle on it's head!>>

    Aauggh, another off topic post ;-0

    The effects chain should be telecaster into the rabbit turned to the pancake setting, then straight into the amp. Do NOT put a stompbox in the chain next to the rabbit or you'll have PETA on you for reckless endangerment.

    And I don't think the gerbil on the waffle setting will give you that "tone". Gerbils like to run on treadmills, so you need to use them as part of an effects loop.

    On that other question, the answer was 42, ask the dolphins.
     
  13. Paul in Colorado

    Paul in Colorado Telefied Ad Free Member

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    A couple made a deal that whoever died first would come back and inform the other of the after life. Their biggest fear was that there was no afterlife. After a long life, the husband was the first to go and,true to his word, he made contact:

    "Mary ..... Mary"

    "Is that you, Larry?"

    "Yes, I've come back like we agreed."

    "What's it like?"

    "Well, I get up in the morning, I have sex. I have breakfast and off to the golf course and I have sex. I bathe in the sun, then I have sex twice. I have lunch, another romp around the golf course, then sex pretty much all afternoon. After supper, golf course again. Then I have sex until late at night. The next day, it starts again."

    "Oh, Larry, you surely must be in heaven."

    "Not exactly, I'm a rabbit on a golf course in Tucson, Arizona."
     
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    Larry the Rabbit...

    I shoot golf in the low 90's. If it get's any hotter than that, I stay home.


    Don't mind me, I'm just trying to get this topic to go to yet another page.
     
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    Did someone request "Turn the Page"???

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    East of Omaha................"

    OK, I'll duck now!
     
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    Duck???

    Where's the duck? I thought the topic was the bunny with a bundt cake on its head.

    I'm still looking for my moose. Anyone seen it?

    [​IMG]
     
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    Only 359 more posts and the GREEN light will blink!!!
     
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    Two blinking Green lights? That would blow my pancake-lovin mind, man.
    Which translates to, "My bunnies' chapeau, it is quite stylish, no?"
     
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    My bunny lies over the ocean...
     
  20. trag-o-caster

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    Bundt cake??? :eek:
     
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