Topic: There is a lot of truth in this funny

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lol Roger

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I think that picks go to the same place as socks when you take them out of the dryer. Find the socks and you will find the picks. And vica versa.

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I very rarely use a pick, but I had to smile at JJJ's comment about socks. I always seem to lose just one sock at a time. No idea where they go but I got a lot of odd socks. So if theirs any one legged strummers out there I can fix you up with some.

Thick as two short planks

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and I have mastered the art of retrieving them but I'm not telling how

out of tune out of key and out of touch

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The one i lose always tend to show up after i throw the odd one away....It could take years before i throw them! But hey ho

There are two "L's" in Phill

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keepitreal wrote:

I very rarely use a pick, but I had to smile at JJJ's comment about socks. I always seem to lose just one sock at a time. No idea where they go but I got a lot of odd socks. So if theirs any one legged strummers out there I can fix you up with some.

It must be awkward when it comes time to buy slippers

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Off the subject, but today I had to mow the yard. While working under a fir tree a non-quite-yet-old-enough-to-fly chick fell out of the nest and unfortunately got mulched. I looked up and saw another chick the same size (days from flying by itself) glaring at me as if to say "If you think I'm taking a worm from you, you're nuts!" Anyway. I stopped mowing when I finished with that side of the house, went in the house, got my Seagull 12, and worked my way about halfway through my 150-song book on the porch. Before I started the blackbirds, robins, doves, and wrens, were all in the air complaining. Two hours later when I was totally fried, I looked up and saw nothing in the air. I put down my guitar, called my wife outside, and we walked together over to the tree where the mishap occurred. I got protests from the parent robins, which assured me that the young one I saw was still being fed and taken care of. I hugged the lady at the base of the tree and we both returned into the house. The rest of the yard can wait. Oh, what we nature lovers go through...

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Yup, picks in the sound hole is a well-practiced tradition ... after a while, the guitar can almost be used as a Maracca. big_smile Coincidentally, Roger's post had a cat, and I use these "Cat's Tongue" picks, just so's I can hang on to the dang things.

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