[Trombone-l] fictional account
crtune at adelphia.net
Sun Nov 20 23:04:20 CST 2005
I'm usually much too busy every time a helicopter goes buy . . .I HAVE to
go out and see if it's one of those BLACK ones . . .you know. . the ones
used by the CIA to spy on us. . . ;-)
I got done playing "Saints" over several times. Also played my version
with Teagarden several times. Now I'm going to go back into the Grey's
Anatomy text and see if I can identify the EXACT place you are supposed to
BOP the trumpeter. . . :-)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Eric Edwards" <eric at elsjledwards.net>
To: "'Chris Tune'" <crtune at adelphia.net>; "Trombone-L"
<trombone-l at maillists.samford.edu>
Sent: Saturday, November 19, 2005 3:33 PM
Subject: RE: [Trombone-l] fictional account
> Forget the tin foil.
> I just read it may actually attract the radio waves from space.:)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: trombone-l-bounces at samford.edu
> [mailto:trombone-l-bounces at samford.edu]
> On Behalf Of Chris Tune
> Sent: Saturday, November 19, 2005 1:47 PM
> To: dslide13 at aol.com; trombone-l at samford.edu
> Subject: Re: [Trombone-l] fictional account
> MTC: Sometimes I've felt as if I'd LIKE to hit a trumpet player in that
> spot right behind the ear, where you can instantly kill them. . .BUT they
> are usually behind the trombone section or next to them (maybe that's why
> they set the groups up that way!). . .all I've got in the way of targets
> spindly, geeky woodwind players who don't have the truly obnoxious aspect
> a really loud trumpeter clamming and botching lick after lick after lick.
> The saxes are just kinda out of tune.
> Boy! The Weekly World News should be inducted into the Mainstream Media
> "Hall of Fame" . . .it seems that only WWN are steadfastly revealing all
> these alien invasion plots, half-human canibal tribes, and other important
> stories that no-one else will carry (I'd doff my hat to them, but I MUST
> keep the tin-foil over my brain).
> I'm sure that their journalist staff can be proud of the fact that these
> stories are moving people's opinion. . .despite being "made-up",
> pipe-dreams. Perhaps the better, more subtle staff are recruited to work
> the Washington Post, or the New York Times. . .where extra subtletly is
> required in your lying . "Position" and "ommssion" are extra-special
> obfuscation techniques used by the MSM--current example-almost entirely
> ommitting any continuing story about THREE WEEKS of rioting in France and
> western Europe. . .the SIN of ommission!. Perhaps they can point proudly
> their excellent article below the fold in the back of section two. . .
> .while some piece which, in essence, furthers some agenda of their own, is
> above the fold on page ONE!
> I hate to point this out to reporters when I meet them, but the internet
> (Google News for example) has changed that a LOT. And now, when
> internet-saavy news fans read a MSM paper they ask themselves--". .why the
> heck is THIS story given such a prominent place?" Because the internet
> news fan sees news based upon the main stories as brought up by a largely
> automated process. Search engines are not known to do political
> (at least the more fully automatic ones).
> I'm going to go play "When the Saints Go Marching In. . "
> Hope we all have a great Thanksgiving.
> Chris Tune
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <dslide13 at aol.com>
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> Sent: Saturday, November 19, 2005 10:02 AM
> Subject: [Trombone-l] fictional account
>>I remember getting this story from someone on this list. I was checking
>>snopes for something else recalled it. Here's what snopes says....
>> David Gibson
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