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bovinehost

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If I wanted to post it elsewhere, I would.

Thanks for understanding. Not a big deal, but you might just ASK first.

Jack
 

Oldtoe

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Sorry. I didn't think you'd mind me sharing your cheese grits recipe on the Southern Living forum.
 

xjbebop

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Funny! ^^^^

anyway, would seem like common courtesy to me..
Oh wait... that's right... too many people don't know what that is anymore... :(
 

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That Ray is an old friend , there’s such an immediate comfort whenever I pick it up .
Hard to believe I’ve had it now for almost twenty years .
 

Oldtoe

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That is one sweet 'ray, Morrow. Made me think that I've had my blue pearl Bongo 4HH since '03. Jack had bought a black sapphire 5HH as soon as they hit the market, I believe. I had to have one, too. Still absolutely one of the best instruments I have ever laid hands on.
 

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Ben ! How are you doing ?
Jack certainly inspired a ton of people to investigate the Bongo , it’s a classic now .
I trust you’re doing well and still out making a racket .
 

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Ben ! How are you doing ?
Jack certainly inspired a ton of people to investigate the Bongo , it’s a classic now .
I trust you’re doing well and still out making a racket .

I'm good, Morrow! Fat, but otherwise good. Thank you for asking. I have been Facebook averse for quite a while now. For sure, the Bongos have been the most solid, dependable, and increasingly pleasant basses I have owned. Thanks mostly to Jack's pestering back in the days when dinosaurs roamed.
 

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I'm good, Morrow! Fat, but otherwise good. Thank you for asking. I have been Facebook averse for quite a while now. For sure, the Bongos have been the most solid, dependable, and increasingly pleasant basses I have owned. Thanks mostly to Jack's pestering back in the days when dinosaurs roamed.

It seems so unlikely now that the Bongo caused such consternation. People are weird.
 

Wim Laven

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It seem like a person could just link to your post if they wanted to share it, such a strange world we're living in.

There are a few mistakes I made in not buying a bass, I definitely feel that way about Big Al...
 
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