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RE: Never mind....
Reply on October 11, 2017 01:51 AM
That sounds like a recipe that with a couple of months of tuition, I might be able to handle, Gloria.

Very nice, Mikey. I'm willing to assign half the credit for a 75% cut of the royalties. That's Trumponomics - sort of like Reaganomics, only dumber -and you didn't think it was possible!

You can handle the vocals. Emma can be lead ukulele. I'll do second uke and off-key backing vocals. Gloria can pick any instrument she chooses, and arrange the chairs so they are *exactly* in line :)




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RE: Never mind....
Reply on October 11, 2017 02:09 AM
The Havarti is perfect, the rest of that stuff sounds VERY healthy and SCARY.

I can't play Trumpet or any other brass instruments, so you have me at a disadvantage with the negotiations. I'm in. I hope it's okay that I don't own a gun, it ISN'T okay with anyone in my country except Bernie Saunders and the pre-James-Brolin Barbra Streisand....

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Reply on October 11, 2017 02:24 AM
Damn - I was sure I put "keyboard" in there somewhere. Someone has taken our keyboards away!!! Must be those weak, liberal minions of Satan, namby-pamby do-gooding anti-keyboard jerks.


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RE: Never mind....
Reply on October 11, 2017 02:25 AM
It's really very, unhealthy, so you're good to go! We could always double up on the Havarti, yes?

Okay I'll play the musical saw, and then afterward we can use it to cut up the chairs for firewood. ;-)






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Reply on October 11, 2017 02:55 AM
Jeesh. I have a violin, bow and SAW. I listened to a bunch of saw music. I have seen that I need to saw. Did you listen to Over the Rainbow? Nice. This may be my calling. I have to have a calling don't I? Well, this shouldn't take more than seven or eight years....


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Reply on October 11, 2017 03:02 AM
Yep. Listened to Somewhere Over the Rainbow. It's sweet! You go through a lot of bows learning--poor horses. I found getting the bend on the tip of the saw the hardest thing to learn and never really did. It's not really a convenient instrument to carry around and some folks see the saw as a dangerous weapon, and they have a point.

Just think of it.

Hey Joe, where you goin' with that saw in your hand?
I'm goin' out to the forest, gonna cut my old trees down ...




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RE: Never mind....
Reply on October 11, 2017 03:03 AM
Wait, where's the pineapple? It's not proper cheese on a stick if it hasn't got a bit of pineapple on it, and all the sticks have to be stuck into a grapefruit to make a hedgehog.

I realise this height of haute cuisine might have been peculiarly British, but back in the 70s/early 80s you couldn't have a swanky party without cheese & pineapple on cocktail sticks stuck in a grapefruit.


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Reply on October 11, 2017 03:19 AM
Are you kidding me, Emma? I love pineapple, so agreed. In fact it sounds so good I'm going to try it out tomorrow. Is the grapefruit filled with beer perchance?


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RE: Never mind....
Reply on October 11, 2017 04:59 AM
No, sorry. If you weren't quite rich enough for grapefruit, it was a potato covered in tinfoil. And the pineapple has to come out of tins as well, for that truly nostalgic feel, because actual whole pineapples were a bit of a rarity this side of the pond. While you're at it, if you're feeling really posh, chuck some vol-au-vents on the table as well.

   
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