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    avatar? i just lost some respect for you.
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    Put the two together, and make it Kambone.

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    Asleep and dreaming
    can do or be anyone or anything any where
    who?
    what?
    when?
    where?
    why?


    ever eat a
    booger?
    grasshopper?
    oyster?


    how many fingers am I holding up?


    three people living or dead you'd like to have a five min conversation with
    and why?


    what color the moon at midnite?
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    Quote Originally Posted by trevorus View Post
    So, cigars, eh? What's your favorite smoke? I was loving Monte Cristo Series V's. Those were tasty! Kinda quit because it's an expensive hobby.
    Favorite smoke of all time? Cuban Cohiba Esplendidos. At one time I had 2 full boxes of them in my humidor. I have about 12 left. I have a little over 200 cigars in my humidor currently, and about 30 of them are Cuban. One of my customers when I was in the car business was from Spain and he would get me Cubans whenever he traveled.

    Non embargo affected cigar - #1 Padron Anniversary 1964. #2 Arturo Fuente Anejo (very rare, only available around christmas and fathers day). #3 Ashton Cabinet Series VSG.

    Very expensive hobby. I don't mind paying $20 bucks for a good cigar when I'm working and making enough money,

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    Default Re: The Well XCVIII - Jeff_H An Enigma Surrounded By Mystery, Wrapped In A Conundrum

    JeffH - I didn't know you don't have an amp. I have PLENTY of amps. (Way more than I need)

    If you want a VOX AD30VT-XL, You can have it for the cost of shipping it to you. I'll double box it and everything so it arrives intact. It's geared for metal, but it has a few good sounds in it that are sure to please. It's not terribly heavy, so that is a plus for that bad back.

    I've been trying to sell this amp for over a year now and I can't get $150 for the darned thing. I paid over twice that amount for it new. You might as well put this thing to good use instead of letting it rot in my basement.

    Note - I'm going to be out of touch after tomorrow and won't be doing anything online or offline until the week after.



    Last edited by Gr8Scott; 09-04-2010 at 09:23 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ehdwuld View Post
    Asleep and dreaming
    can do or be anyone or anything any where
    who?
    what?
    when?
    where?
    why?


    ever eat a
    booger?
    grasshopper?
    oyster?


    how many fingers am I holding up?


    three people living or dead you'd like to have a five min conversation with
    and why?


    what color the moon at midnite?
    Who - Khufu
    What - Pharaoh
    When - Roughly 2500 B.C.
    Where - Egypt
    Why - Always wanted to know how they built the pyramids.

    Booger - Yes
    Grasshopper - yes, roasted and one chocolate covered
    Oyster - Yes...as often as I can. Raw, Rockefeller....I like them all.

    No fingers....just one paw...and they all look like thumbs to me.

    3 People Living or Dead -

    Jesus, to try and grasp the true meaning of his teachings from his own lips.

    Khufu - To ask about the pyramids and see if they had alien help.

    Plato - To see if Atlantis was real.

    What color the moon at midnight? - I like a hunters moon, orange/red. Not sure if you have a hidden meaning in that question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newking70 View Post
    avatar? i just lost some respect for you.
    Sorry man; I do live for your respect...seriously. If I thought about it a lot longer, I could come up with a huge list of movies....I love to watch movies more than tv. I hesitate to tell you that I also love all of the Harry Potter movies as well. Avatar is just something that I really liked....I haven't liked a lot of current movies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff_H View Post
    Sorry man; I do live for your respect...seriously. If I thought about it a lot longer, I could come up with a huge list of movies....I love to watch movies more than tv. I hesitate to tell you that I also love all of the Harry Potter movies as well. Avatar is just something that I really liked....I haven't liked a lot of current movies.

    i was just messin with you......
    Quote Originally Posted by Gearjoneser View Post
    Put the two together, and make it Kambone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newking70 View Post
    i was just messin with you......
    Like I don't know that, you idiot.

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    OK so I really haven't read them all but wtf? Your real bros here missed you and worried about you. Life is OK now, balanced etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wattage View Post
    OK so I really haven't read them all but wtf? Your real bros here missed you and worried about you. Life is OK now, balanced etc?
    Not completely balanced and ok, but getting there. I just got laid off and so did my wife, which has turned out to be a blessing in disguise already after hearing what the new owners of the company are doing to those who are left.

    I need a job making some good money, so I can get back on my feet, help my daughter with college, let my wife stay home or work only part time if she wants to and lastly get some of my lost gear back. The job market here blows and wages are low. I'd like to be making 6 figures again, but I'd settle for the higher 5's...not going to happen in Tulsa probably. I'll have to move eventually after I can save some money....probably back to Colorado.

    I am in a better place mentally than I have been in a long time....thanks to being back here and reconnecting with old friends. I'm afraid I'll never be the same physically, so I'll just have to learn to deal with that. I could be in a wheelchair or not able to walk at all, so I am thankful for that. Thanks for asking Scott.

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    Hey just needed to ask. You were missed here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wattage View Post
    Hey just needed to ask. You were missed here.
    I appreciate that more than you know. Rock on Heartless Devils!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff_H View Post
    Who - Khufu
    What - Pharaoh
    When - Roughly 2500 B.C.
    Where - Egypt
    Why - Always wanted to know how they built the pyramids.

    Booger - Yes
    Grasshopper - yes, roasted and one chocolate covered
    Oyster - Yes...as often as I can. Raw, Rockefeller....I like them all.

    No fingers....just one paw...and they all look like thumbs to me.

    3 People Living or Dead -

    Jesus, to try and grasp the true meaning of his teachings from his own lips.


    Khufu - To ask about the pyramids and see if they had alien help.

    Plato - To see if Atlantis was real.

    What color the moon at midnight? - I like a hunters moon, orange/red. Not sure if you have a hidden meaning in that question.

    finally someone looked at the avatar and got it



    I think you are right something seems to have been lost in the translation

    Give the Egyptians credit

    I believe it was and it was Santorini


    good luck in the job hunting
    I've been between jobs a lot in the past few years
    its part of His plan, all things for a reason and such

    EDIT
    oh that popped into my head while I was typing
    thought it might have meant something to you

    song title or something?
    Last edited by ehdwuld; 09-05-2010 at 06:09 AM. Reason: EDIT
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    I am just glad to see you back around these parts, Jeff.

    Which forum bro would you like to gig with?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnJohn View Post
    Alright alright.
    Enough of the warm-up questions,now for the real revealing soul searching one:




    Boxers or briefs?
    Boxer briefs. Can't have any unsightly panty lines, and boxers bunch up on me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bungalowbill View Post
    I am just glad to see you back around these parts, Jeff.

    Which forum bro would you like to gig with?
    I really appreciate that BB, I try not to wear out my welcome....but I do have my moments!

    Asking me to pick a single forum bro to jam with is is like asking me which planet I would like to visit....the answer is most of them. There are so many talented guys here and I can think of a dozen right off the top of my head that I would love to jam with and learn from.

    If forced to answer right now, I would have to say Wattage. He was in an 80's hard rock/metal band, unabashed fan of Kiss and still plays the type of music I cut my own teeth on. Besides, anyone who was in a band named Mr. Nasty has to be a blast to jam with.

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    Peanut butter -- chunky? Smooth? Allergic?
    Sandwich spread or naughty fun with your S.O.?

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    let me add to the chorus of guys happy to see you back

    i remember at UGD hangin with you for a few moments while the heavy metal polka act was blastin away ... we just got big ol grins on our faces listenin to them from out on the porch (no appreciable diminution of the SPLs !! ) diggin how the young guns were doin their thing with gusto

    if i get a moment later, i'll tell my "why jeff is a man i want my sons to grow up to be like" story ...

    jeff's a major dude

    enjoy your weekend, bro

    oh, i guess i gotta ask a question ...

    tell us about a time when you were young and some musical moment sealed your fate and made you need to become a guitarist
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    Robot Hawk


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    Quote Originally Posted by ginormous View Post
    Peanut butter -- chunky? Smooth? Allergic?
    Sandwich spread or naughty fun with your S.O.?
    Used to be strictly a chunky guy growing up, and it had to be Jiff. When I met my wife, she couldn't stand chunky so we bought 2 smaller jars for a while. I finally gave in and tried the smooth and liked it better that I thought I would. Today, all we buy is smooth, and always Jiff.

    I really dislike sandwich spreads...except for mayo. Naughty fun with the wife...definitely.

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