Angry trumpet critic

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by simonstl, Oct 25, 2013.

  1. afp

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    Nothing a right cross wouldn't resolve....... ;-)
     
  2. gmonady

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    Perhaps studying about the person who died on the cross may be more beneficial.
     
  3. mgcoleman

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    Wow, that guy has problems. He might be mental, he might be staging the whole thing...who knows.
     
  4. afp

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    Maybe, but people rarely change, and a personal relationship with the person for whom the cross did not defeat is simply not compelling for most people. The right cross would be immediately compelling.......
     
  5. Churchman

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    Au contraire my friend, au contraire. A personal relationship with the one who overcame death is completely compelling, there is no standing against the transformation that is wrought by this.
     
  6. afp

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    I agree is SHOULD be, but 85% of us who believe in what happened on the cross make that decision as children. That fact says it isn't compelling for most adults.
     
  7. Churchman

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    I'm not here for a religious debate, merely presenting what the Gospel says on the matter.
    I will not discuss this further.
     
  8. gzent

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    I didn't realize that "New York City Zoo" was redundant until I visited there.
     
  9. gzent

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    This comment to the video is priceless:

    "I can relate to the little dude. I went off a street musician once after his third night of attempting to play the sax and busk for coins in front of my building.
    But not being a New York Jew, nor one for small talk, (I'm Aussie) I opted for throwing a garbage can at him and told him I'd kick his ass if he ever came back.
    He didn't. Musicians are annoying as ****."
     
  10. Ed Lee

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    I wish I could now say a left hook followed by a right uppercut resolved many of my problems. Even with a broken nose, I did win the bout on a TKO.

    You realize, it takes several weeks before one can resume playing a trumpet when they get a broken nose ... I wasn't really a winner and still have a deviated septum as a consequence and reminder.
     

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