Trumpets ready for trip Down Under

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by trumpetsplus, Jul 30, 2014.

  1. Peter McNeill

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    TJ,
    That reminds me of my time in Shanghai, when we used to go to a Hot Pot Restaurant, and you could have a huge feed for about $20. And the Beer was free.... at least at the start of my time there. After about 12 months they started charging 1 RMB for each Tall Bottle (About 15 cents). This was because we used to line the room with the empty bottles... It was a very nice beer when chilled.

    It took us a while to work out how they came up with the name - until we saw the bottle in the mirror. Someone copied the word Beer off the Mirror. REEB

    There's no similar challengers for Saturday.
     
  2. Peter McNeill

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    Sad Day....

    Fog has socked Ivan in at Canberra - he missed the meet. Some upset Aussies, but Hey Shxt Happens!

    Maybe next time.

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    The Jaeger Diamond was at least heard at the Meet...

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    Typical Melbourne weather for the day - woke up 6:00am to 3 degrees C - chilly clear Blues skies, and Bright Sun. By 8-00am fogged in on the way to rehearsals. Expected it to burn off to a nice sunny 17 degrees C sunny day - well that never happened. See you next time Ivan. Those horns do look good, and the Diamond played well.
     
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  3. tjcombo

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    No upset here Pete. Thanks to you and Ivan for having a crack at setting this up.

    Ivan, I see that your NZ publicist is active. I received an email blast from the Shakey Isles a couple of days back announcing your session over there. Good (better) luck with the rest of your trip.
     
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  5. Peter McNeill

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    A Chilled VB is the only way. Hot VBs are known to create adverse reactions, and can cause some bouts of un-consciousness if too much VB is consumed in 1 sitting - like all VBs - moderation is the Key.
     

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