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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by vanbuskirk, Oct 22, 2010.
Sock puppet? I haven't heard that before. What does it mean in this context?
Is this according to Hoyle, or are you just makin' this stuff up?
You have a PILE of ignores????? lol....
Oh my yes!
You use a tiddly to "wink" a widdly -it hops. The hopper differs from the hoppee only in action. They are otherwise identical. Take the widdly and "wink" a tiddly - you can't - because you can only "wink" a widdly with a tiddly.
So if I wink at my widdly, is it a misdemeanor or just another bad behavior I need to put on my "need to fix" list?
Oh god this is the stupidest thread I have ever read
Just to say rowuk knows what he´s talking about when the trumpet is being discussed
Yes he is sarcastic but build a bridge and get over
Well, apparently I'm not one of them . Yet
Thank you. He who should not be ignored has just spoken.
Low $ Pro Horn Capture:
Rule #1: Stay focused. Remember, you're after big game (low $ pro horn) so, while on safari, avoid all smaller game--like mouthpieces--or you will end up with a bathtub full of them.
TRICKG phone home!!! Admit it, you belong here.
He's still here somewhere, I know it. Look under that trumpet that says "POST REPLY" or maybe he's behind the offline marker, yep - there he is!
What!?! Get back here. You're a trumpet player for pete's sake. We don't get ulcers, we give them.
Now get back to helping people(that are willing to read and listen) quality information on how to play the trumpet.
Trickg, Don't make me release the flying monkeys!