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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by gzent, Jun 24, 2013.
Did as you said, and torsed my testical into a knot... calling my lawyer as I write this...
No, it's the lead in the yellow dye... causes an encephalopathy that will make people believe anything.
encephalopathy |enˌsefəˈläpəθē|noun ( pl. -thies) Medicinea disease in which the functioning of the brain is affected by some agentor condition (such as viral infection or toxins in the blood).
For those less informed. You're very welcome.
Trumpet players need none of that!!! We do it fine with no agents. Too many cooks = just one trumpeter.
After painting central NJ for 30 years you'd think it would be finished. Maybe it's time to get out the scraper.
I'm confused. I thought the OP was using American spelling and when he wrote "hop" and "hopping" he meant what we English speakers call "hope" and "hoping". At that stage it kind of made sense and I was ready to believe this New Method could work.
One very common such toxin, leading to a total softening of brain tissue is called "viola".
Back when ... the core writing tip of a pencil was powdered lead in a binder. Geez, I wonder how I survived. Too, in the past several years, I've had to sign to purchase Dutch Boy white lead oil base paint as is essential for vintage restoration. Don't think yellow paint has lead, but most has cadmium which is just as bad if not worse than lead.
So I'm guessing you can at least sing higher? I'm beginning to believe. Might have to sell the golf gadgets and buy this scheme!
pssst! Hey man--don't tell anyone, but they actually sell HiC in a can in the grocery store! Keep it a secret or everyone will be playing them soon!