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RudyH

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  1. Bruno690: I was a bit disappointed to read some of the first posts in this thread because there seem to be some misconceptions. It is nice to see your post here, as it is the correct way of seeing this issue. The aspect of systems of socialized medicine that we should all be concerned about is that rationing care hits the elderly especially hard and, in effect, kills a great number of people who otherwise would have lived longer had they had adequate care. President Obama, in a speech about two weeks ago, said explicitly that the new system would have a component in it for reducin
  2. Guitars are just tools to me, but since they are handled and looked at a lot I want them to look nice too. But I don't think it's worth spending much on cosmetics. As long as it looks OK, that's enough. As for the collectors, well God Bless America! To each his own.
  3. KSG_Standard: Awesome! Thanks! I may end up living in that area because I love wade fishing in salt water more than any other kind of fishing. Those are my two favorite species. Last year I took a road trip to the Florida panhandle and my favorite parts were wade fishing. The best redfish of the trip was right near a fishy looking spot just outside the biggest town in the area. I love those saltwater Zara Spooks for Reds and Trout. Being a northerner, I just went fly fishing for the other kind of trout yesterday. Fun and beautiful, quite different from sea trout fishing. I wil
  4. KSG_Standard: Is that Laguna Madre? I've been wanting to go there for a wade fishing trip. Does it make sense just to drive there and wade? Or do you need a boat? Thanks.
  5. It's not that kind of french horn. This is special. Very cool.
  6. I've heard of French horn, but this is really amazing http://funlok.com/index.php/videos/french-horn-suit-amazing-funny-artist.html
  7. I don't mind a bit of advertising as long as I get some good info in return. I'd like to know more about the following specifically, but you can see the general pattern of what I'd like to read: 1) More about the Dark Fire. Perhaps cool things that have been done with it since its release. I'd like some sound examples to go with the text. 2) Getting the most out of my ES 335. For example, why the tone knobs and pickup selector work the way they do, and suggestions for some cool combinations for rock, jazz, country and blues. Some amp settings of compatible Gibson Amps to go with it.
  8. My rule for shopping at wal mart is never to buy anything there that is expected to be durable. Expendibles are OK, like toilet paper, magazines, batteries, etc.
  9. Homz: It's a sad state of affairs when people on the right and people on the left can simultaneously agree that things are bad in congress.
  10. Splendid! Is there one for Jimmy Hendrix's Purple Haze also?
  11. Hoyt: I should point out that I was merely responding to your assertion that the new administration is better than the last. Are you not judging the new administration based on 100 days?
  12. Hoyt: What makes you say that this administration is better than the last? It seems to be shaping up as something much worse. Perhaps historically bad. I'm open to persuasion on this one.
  13. They are expensive, but I don't think they are overrated at all. They do a good job of delivering excellent instruments. At least the ones I have seen and tried have been excellent. My Gibson sounds great. It is no wonder that they are the choice of so many professionals.
  14. Oh yes, I forgot about the high energy costs resulting from his cap and trade policy. Ouch! That's going to hurt. On the other hand, he's still got 90% approval rating from democrats and 60% for general population. He must be doing something that a lot of people like.
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