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Bloodrock? Heck yes. The neighborhood rockers loved them in the 70s.
Big Bad Leroy Brown.
They look cool but I have no experience with one. They remind me of a car from the 50s. Solid, bold, and announcing itself without even driving...
A typo for certain. Meth Junkie?
Of course! I never thought about that at all. This neighbor needs to go back to the hell from where he was spawned.
Stop being nice to him. That's called Toxic Positivity. Your neighbor is a piece of excrement.
Thank you for answering! You've played many venues familiar to me. I've worked a few of them myself.
What did you use to polish the frets? That's a pawn shop prize for sure.
Cool story! I'm a New Orleans native and understand what you go through with the hurricanes. What is your preferred platform to sell gear on? By...
Yes! That comment has a delightful to read sting.
Your location, State of Disbelief, is awesome. I'm certain I'm close to your locale.
Thank you for the concern. Mrs. D and I are in Solano County and luckily only encounter drift smoke.
I have to decipher your cryptic post before I add additional text.
This is so far from my wheelhouse I can only say that you are right.
I will certainly open the links when I can give full attention to them. As a sidebar, a few minutes after using the word Frank in a reply to you,...
Completely cool post!
Hi, I missed the reference. That's my bad, not yours.
That story is great! It sounds like the gopher hole that players that want to play like Allan Holdsworth fall into.
I don't play the game but have always been fascinated by the specific openings that the masters use. Can you elaborate on openings? What opening...
I'd like to put my Charlie Brown shirt on and say, "Good Grief."
Whenever I learn a new vocabulary word or acronym I consider myself smarter than the day before. Thank you for mentioning NFTs
Thank you for clearly explaining 2008 and the crazy article that I posted. It seems those with the means to work the system will most certainly do it.
When I read your posts I see them coming out of the mouth of Frank and I truly appreciate it.
I'm not sure really. This quote is puzzling> Ownership of an EDS-1275 doubleneck model approved by Slash, of the band Guns N’ Roses, was chopped...
A thoughtful post. While reading it I thought of back when I used an iMac. There was a period where I'd buy a tune and it actually existed on my...