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    I think a couple of the guys from Badfinger were Welsh. Any thoughts?

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    got a job lined up for after uni?

    whats birmingham university like?

    any objectives before christmas?
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    One more question if you please ,young man;
    Would you please give me the recipe for Welsh Rarebit?

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    Thanks for cool answers. Sigur Rós is amazing, especially the Agaetis album. Didn't know they had a DVD out, will have to check that out!

    What's on your GAS list for now?

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    Hey Rich

    What are your two most embarrasing moments?

    What is your favourite main course meal?

    What is your favourite flavour of ice cream?

    Favourite brand or product of chocolate?

    Are you a big fan of hot sauce?

    How do you relieve stress?

    How often do you just sit somewhere doing nothing whilst zoning out?
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    Welcome to the real world. Everybody wanna booooo me but I'm a fan of real pop culture!!! No disrespect but we watchin' the show at the crib right now cause...well you know...I'm not crazy y'all, I'm just real.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevie_bees View Post
    What note and in what position is your favourite note on the guitar?

    What would be the specs on your ultimate "Rich_T" signature guitar?

    What would be your one rule for making the world a better place?

    Cod or haddock?

    Reeves or Mortimer?
    Favourite note... hmm. Well, I play in all sots of tunings, but a nice low B is always satisfying to drop in to a riff.

    I dunno about a signature guitar really, I'm pretty happy with my Jazzmaster. Maybe a second one just the same but with a Custom Custom and a Jazz pickup combo. In a green sparkle paint job. That would be pretty rad.

    Its all about the cod in batter.

    Reeves and Mortimer. I think they are one of the greatest comedy duos of all time. Don't split them up! They just end up making crap bingo adverts!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake View Post
    It's a fight to the death. Who wins:


    1. Carmine vs. SD Forum

    2. Rich_T vs. Kyuss_Rock

    3. Rich_T vs. Rich_S
    1. SD Forum has that guy owned.
    2. Rich_T seems to have won.
    3. Rich_S wins due to alphabetical superiority.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Imp View Post
    got a job lined up for after uni?

    whats birmingham university like?

    any objectives before christmas?
    No job lined up, I plan on avoiding a career for as long as possible. I like to keep my options open. I want to travel too.

    I'm not at Birmingham Uni, I'm at BCU (formerly UCE) and it sucks. Poor organisation, poor resources, the courses are crap, most of the lecturers suck, and the other students are there because they couldn't get in anywhere else. I have 6 weeks left, and I can't wait to see the back of the place.

    I plan on just saving for my travels up until Christmas, or if I decide not to go away, I want to find a decent flat to rent in Cheltenham.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerryjg View Post
    One more question if you please ,young man;
    Would you please give me the recipe for Welsh Rarebit?
    Cheese on toast, under the grill basically.

    I put Worcestershire sauce, black pepper and paprika on it sometimes if I am felling a bit mental.

    I call it cheese on toast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tor View Post
    Thanks for cool answers. Sigur Rós is amazing, especially the Agaetis album. Didn't know they had a DVD out, will have to check that out!

    What's on your GAS list for now?
    Right now, all sorts of weird and wonderful pedals as usual. If I find a 1970s Ibanez Iceman at a reasonable price I will jump on it. I'm also looking at getting a kaoss pad to hook up in an FX loop. Also a lower wattage combo for some nice cleans would be cool, but its a while off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainmaker View Post
    Hey Rich

    What are your two most embarrasing moments?

    What is your favourite main course meal?

    What is your favourite flavour of ice cream?

    Favourite brand or product of chocolate?

    Are you a big fan of hot sauce?

    How do you relieve stress?

    How often do you just sit somewhere doing nothing whilst zoning out?
    Just the usual things for embarrassing moments really, falling asleep on complete strangers on the train, forgetting people's names, that kind of thing.

    But there was this one time. I has a Sony mobile phone for a while that stopped working. I took it back to the shop and they sent me a replacement, which would not charge up. I took the phone back three times in total, getting more and more irate each time, before the woman at the shop politely pointed out that I hadn't put the battery in it. Ha. I never went back.

    Can't beat a good sausage, mash, and red wine and onion gravy. Always a winner.

    I'm not a big ice cream eater (it's cold enough here), but rum and raisin from Haagen Dazs is the ****.

    I only buy Fair Trade chocolate, of which Divine is probably my favourite.

    I have this bottle of hot sauce I picked up from a market in Kenya. Totally unlabelled, hot as hell, but really, really tasty. I'm running out of it though, so I'll have to find a new brand.

    I generally go for a bike ride, play guitar or go and take pictures to relieve stress. If that doesn't work, a few pints and a few ciggys usually do!

    I've often been known to zone out whilst looking out of the window for hours. Mainly on trains and buses.
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    Default Re: The Well XVX - The well has sprung a leek.

    You've posted pics of your rainbow guitar in the past. I have a similar, embarrassingly colourful guitar. My excuse is that I once thought it would be funny and ironic to play really heavy music on an instrument that resembles barfed-up rainbow sprinkles. Boy, was I sorely mistaken. What is your excuse?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Calx View Post
    You've posted pics of your rainbow guitar in the past. I have a similar, embarrassingly colourful guitar. My excuse is that I once thought it would be funny and ironic to play really heavy music on an instrument that resembles barfed-up rainbow sprinkles. Boy, was I sorely mistaken. What is your excuse?
    Mine is pretty much the same reason. I was inspired by Clapton's SG and Billy Corgan's old lace sensor Strat. The guitar was already pretty battered and beaten to I went to town with some stickers and enamel model paints. It looks crap, but that is part of the charm! I seem to have a thing for guitars that don't really suit the music I'm playing. The new pink sparkly Jazzmaster gets used for grindcore and thrash as well as pop.
    "I believe the truth is not told between 9 and 5." - Hunter S. Thompson

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