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MusicMishka
Posted 2008-01-14 4:42 PM (#448447 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux



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Location: Blue Ridge Mountains
I certainly hope no one is suggesting that the one on "vacation" hijacked a user id...I would not believe that for a second and neither should anyone else...he made a mistake; who hasn't? I'm sure he'll abide with the decesion, apologise, and hopefully be back...that said, lets get on with life; realise the limits, and put it behind us.
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Slipkid
Posted 2008-01-14 4:48 PM (#448448 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux



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Location: south east Michigan
I certainly hope no one is suggesting that....
No no no.... Not at all.
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Paulcc1
Posted 2008-01-14 5:54 PM (#448449 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux


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Posts: 1180

Location: Vermont USA
You da man Al
Pauly
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sligoman
Posted 2008-01-14 6:34 PM (#448450 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux


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Posts: 281

Location: Portland, OR
Ditto for me. Actually, I'm here to learn more than much of anything else. Email's a lousy way to poke fun with people you don't know. John
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Trader Jim
Posted 2008-01-15 5:18 AM (#448451 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux


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Location: South of most, North of few
I've learned how to dispose of a lot of money here. :rolleyes: :eek:
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AussieJames
Posted 2008-01-15 7:48 AM (#448452 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux



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Posts: 3084

Location: Brisbane Australia
Yeah, but you get it back.
With interest(hopefully)
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auchencrow
Posted 2008-01-15 10:19 PM (#448453 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux


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Posts: 37

Location: Detroit Mi
Mr Pepiak - THANK you for helping to maintain the standards of this forum: I am a new member, and I can only hope that everyone's posts here will mirror the integrity of all the good people who build, sell, and enjoy these great instruments.
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ProfessorBB
Posted 2008-01-22 1:03 PM (#448454 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux



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Location: Colorado Rocky Mountains
IMHO, there's only one real way to thank Al for all he does on this forum . . . make him your dealer when you're ready to buy.
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alpep
Posted 2008-01-22 2:58 PM (#448455 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux


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Location: NJ
thank you for the support but it is not a necessary nor can I or do I expect it.

I am grateful for all the business that comes my way
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CrimsonLake
Posted 2008-01-22 3:01 PM (#448456 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux


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Posts: 3145

Location: Marlton, NJ
If you could just get rid of that (**)&%* sales tax...
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Beal
Posted 2008-01-22 3:06 PM (#448457 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux



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Location: 6 String Ranch
Just have him ship it to Florida. Then you come down here to get it.
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CrimsonLake
Posted 2008-01-22 3:12 PM (#448458 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux


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Location: Marlton, NJ
That would also solve the problem of the large box sitting by the front door when the wife gets home.
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G8r
Posted 2008-01-22 3:13 PM (#448459 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux


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Posts: 3968

Originally posted by Mauvais Beal:
Just have him ship it to Florida. Then you come down here to get it.
I can provide a foster home until the adoption comes thru ;)
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CrimsonLake
Posted 2008-01-22 3:15 PM (#448460 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux


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At least I know it would be in good company (Gainesville or Amelia!).
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ProfessorBB
Posted 2008-01-22 6:59 PM (#448461 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux



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Location: Colorado Rocky Mountains
I have everything shipped to the office. Safe, secure, regular delivery services, I know all the drivers, no questions are ever asked, and the products can be taken home at a time more convenient to our mutual schedules.
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Mark in Boise
Posted 2008-01-22 7:08 PM (#448462 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux


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I'd have a dozen guitars sitting in the office waiting for the right moment to take them home and let my wife see them. Though it's probably better to have her really mad once than have her get mad 12 times.
Edit: I just realized I can only fit one guitar in the Boxster, so she'd be mad 12 times anyway.
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CrimsonLake
Posted 2008-01-22 7:14 PM (#448463 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux


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Location: Marlton, NJ
I work out of my house... therein lies the problem. I did manage to sneak in several solidbodies in very small packages. Just waiting for the right time to reassemble them.
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ProfessorBB
Posted 2008-01-22 7:53 PM (#448464 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux



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Location: Colorado Rocky Mountains
Guitars are easy. So are power tools. Full size motorcyles are more challenging. I once snuck in a Harley Low Rider Custom. Got away with it for about four months, too. Then she looked under what she thought was a tarp covering some lawn care equipment. As Cliff says, I had some 'splanin to do. The pain eased up after a week or two.
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Tony Calman
Posted 2008-01-22 9:10 PM (#448465 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux



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Mark, just change your specialty to music litigation, hang a couple, couple on a stand...tax deductible.
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Mark in Boise
Posted 2008-01-22 10:08 PM (#448466 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux


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Location: Boise, Idaho
Good idea, Tony. I should have thought of that. We had a couple lawyers that bought artwork that way. I wouldn't even have to change my "specialty" (we don't have too many specialist lawyers in Idaho), I'd just call them art or office decorations.
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schroeder
Posted 2008-01-23 8:41 AM (#448467 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux


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They could be "available for clients to play while waiting to see their lawyer". Better than a 17 year old copy of Reader's Digest and the local realtors sales listings.

Then you could take them home for safe-keeping.
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dobro
Posted 2008-03-10 2:40 PM (#448468 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux



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Posts: 2120

Location: Chicago
Joke: "98% of the lawyers out there give the rest of them a bad name!"
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Jim Simpson
Posted 2008-03-30 1:21 PM (#448469 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux


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Posts: 12

Location: Ottawa Canada
As a new member I have to mention why I joined. I found a new love for Ovation after purchasing a sweet sounding 1537. Wanting to find out more about this model I joined and was welcomed with open arms {so to speak} and have sure learned alot in a short time, which I think would be one reason for the club in the first place. I never gave alot of thought to the poor people who run the site until I noticed this post, and like many other clubs I have joined there are always a few bad apples, and very little praise for the people who take the time and effort to monitor the site. Speaking only for myself I would like to thank everyone associated with this site and know I understand how difficult it can be. Please keep on the same path you are on and continue to run as you see fit, it sure has worked so far. I am behind you in all decisions.
Thanks again
Jim Simpson
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Pitney
Posted 2008-04-27 11:18 AM (#448470 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux


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Posts: 26

Location: Fernandina Beach
ok guys .... you have me sufficiently scared to post but really i cant resist....

You'd think that a bunch of grown men would just naturally behave better without having to be told to.......

hmmmmm grown men ... isnt that an oxy-moron

coulda been the best rythum bitch lol

Pit
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alpep
Posted 2008-04-27 12:38 PM (#448471 - in reply to #448422)
Subject: Re: Rules Redux


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Posts: 9971

Location: NJ
miss pitney!!!

good to see you here

I'll be your rhythm bitch any day!!!
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