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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by trumpetsplus, Jan 30, 2015.
Now THAT'S food for thought...!
There is another issue in this case - an outstanding practicioner who is a dodgy commentator
Although he was correct in this case TJ
I have 40 years of teaching experience and only repeat myself. The truth has not changed in 40 years. Here at TM I am just short of making the top 10 answers sticky and then referring new posts to them before I lock them shut!
Ex-has been, used to be was
Spurt- Drip, under pressure
Ex-Spurt, has been drip under pressure.
Now for the Creme de la Creme (well Cream is only the scum on top of the milk)
Okay in all seriousness I do see where Ivan is coming from. It reminds me of what my Grandfather used to say (He was an engineer who worked at Blackburns on the Buccaneer and was there through the war working on the Skua, Roc, Botha etc) Beware the man who has never made a mistake, he has never made anything. Basically saying if you don't make a mistake you can't learn from it.
But only because he knew how much better he too could have been had he not imbibed so heavily in alcohol during his career - and for both of them that word (career) is more accurate as a description of their cricketing times than they might like!