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gh1
Posted 2006-12-22 2:00 PM (#225414)
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You need these!


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brainslag
Posted 2006-12-22 3:51 PM (#225415 - in reply to #225414)
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Only 135.00 plus shipping. I'll take 10.
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Enaitz Jar
Posted 2006-12-22 4:13 PM (#225416 - in reply to #225414)
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I don't really think this would make a good pick material, probably too hard and probably won't last long.

They could try making hard meteorite cases out of it. Wonder how much it would be.
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ProfessorBB
Posted 2006-12-22 5:19 PM (#225417 - in reply to #225414)
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4-1/2 billion years in space, but man (or woman) manages to break it during the first thrash set?
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schroeder
Posted 2006-12-22 6:10 PM (#225418 - in reply to #225414)
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Is it really that easy to part Americans from their money?
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fillhixx
Posted 2006-12-22 6:24 PM (#225419 - in reply to #225414)
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As long as people will buy shares in magnetic motors and electric cars it will continue to be possible to bilk the willingly stupid. It's only easier to pull on Americans because, on an international scale, that's where most of the money is. (Really, who's going to waste time scamming loose cash out of a bunch of Socialist scouser Brits?)
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schroeder
Posted 2006-12-22 6:39 PM (#225420 - in reply to #225414)
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Scouser? Scouser? Some insults are beyond bearing my commonwealth cousin. Do you understand what you said?
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fillhixx
Posted 2006-12-22 6:45 PM (#225421 - in reply to #225414)
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An insult is only about you if you choose to be so defined.
You're actually a bit too far south, ya wet git!

(All the british slang I know I learned from the Monkees "Randy Scouse Git." ;)
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Old Man Arthur
Posted 2006-12-23 1:16 AM (#225422 - in reply to #225414)
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Originally posted by schroeder:
Is it really that easy to part Americans from their money?
Remember Pet Rocks?
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Waskel
Posted 2006-12-23 9:54 AM (#225423 - in reply to #225414)
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This year they've been playing 20 year old radio commercials for "The Clapper" and Chia Pets.
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Captain Lovehandles
Posted 2006-12-23 10:13 AM (#225424 - in reply to #225414)
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I've never owned a chia pet, but darned if the Homer Simpson head chia doesn't look like a ball of fun. The fact that I think so is proof that Americans just might buy anything.

Could there be anything more stupid than a Homer Simpson chia head? And yet I'm drawn, as a moth to a flame.

But to stay on topic, or to come full circle, the meteor picks, like the Homer head, would be an interesting curio to have, but I'm not letting one of them near my guitars.
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fillhixx
Posted 2006-12-23 11:44 AM (#225425 - in reply to #225414)
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I had one of those stone M'ind picks once upon a time. Similar to the meteor pick I'd imagine.

There was only one song it sounded right on...the introduction to Joan Armatradings "I'm Lucky."

Don't have it anymore. It was just too good a 'skipping stone."
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