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    Azu, your comments were about this forum, and I addressed them in that context.

    It is not germane to the matter to comment on treatment in another forum, or bad service in Coles.

    Your claim to be the most-hated is, of course, not supportable.

    How's the books coming along?
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    Quote The Irreverent Mr Black said View Post
    Azu, your comments were about this forum, and I addressed them in that context.

    It is not germane to the matter to comment on treatment in another forum, or bad service in Coles.

    Your claim to be the most-hated is, of course, not supportable.

    How's the books coming along?
    My novels or books I read?

    Hey, TIMB, why do you change your avatar a lot? Looks like a rapid succession of firing images - or to the likes of a barrage of artillery cannons over a trench somewhere.
    Last edited by Azurisan21; 12th June 2017 at 06:30 PM.

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    Your writing,I mean.
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    Quote The Irreverent Mr Black said View Post
    Your writing,I mean.
    At least you've shown your interest in my creative works once more. I'm glad!

    I just rewrite it all the time until perfect and publishable. There may never be an end to it.
    Last edited by Azurisan21; 12th June 2017 at 06:36 PM.

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    Quote The Irreverent Mr Black said View Post
    Your writing,I mean.
    Love your new avatar Mr B.

    Kvicksdraw as Bubbalouie said his name smashed up more guitars than Pete Townsend or Jimmie Hendrix put together, both of whom came on the scene later. But Kwickdraw McGraw was smashing them up in the name of justice, over the baddies' heads. El Kabong. There goes another Kalamazoo.

    Gibson refused to let Townsend have the SG Deluxe in the end. Those Gibson luthiers' hearts would have broken to see Townsend commit such stupid vandalism on the quality mahogany SG tone beast perfectly built, the same as Angus plays and Frank played.
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    Quote Strato said View Post
    Quote The Irreverent Mr Black said View Post
    Your writing,I mean.
    Love your new avatar Mr B.

    Kvicksdraw as Bubbaloiue said his name smashed up more guitars than Pete Townsend or Jimmie Hendrix put together. But Kwickdraw McGraw was smashing them up in the name of justice, over the baddies' heads. El Kabong. There goes another Kalamazoo.

    Gibson refused to let Townsend have the SG deluxe in the end. Those Gibson luthiers' hearts would have broken to see Townsend commit such stupid vandalism on the quality mahogany SG tone beast perfectly built, the same as Angus plays and Frank played.
    I'm not overly fond of the SG myself, Strato. They're a bit rubbery of neck when one plays with a bit of grunt and gusto.

    My favourite solidbodies are both Westones by Matsumoku. The neck-through prototype (1980) isn't given to bending.


    The ThunderJet (1984) is quite light, with the poplar body, and doesn't seem to present inertia problems with vigorous play.
    EJB

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    Quote Azurisan21 said View Post
    Hey, TIMB, why do you change your avatar a lot? Looks like a rapid succession of firing images - or to the likes of a barrage of artillery cannons over a trench somewhere.
    I'm an avatart, is why.

    As far as all those gun barrels, trenches, etc... looks terribly Freudian to me.

    Perhaps you need to adjust to the idea that things don't always happen for the reasons you suppose they do.

    EJB

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