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Bob Sneidar bobs at twft.com
Wed Dec 15 17:39:18 EST 2010


I actually played marching drums in a bagpipe band in High School. Everything was imported from Scotland, right down to the drumsticks. The 2 instructors were phenomenal. They would take teenage kids and within two years have them winning awards in major parades in Maryland. That was probably the most fun I ever had with any group of people that involved music. Well, there was my hippie buddies and I driving around town in an oil burning corvair smoking something that smelled funny and listening to Jimmy Hendrix, but that's not the same thing. 

Bob


On Dec 15, 2010, at 2:30 PM, Warren Samples wrote:

> On Thu, 2010-12-16 at 00:05 +0200, Richmond wrote:
>> What a depressing confession! The tangential information one can
>> garner 
>> from this use-list
>> is almost as valuable as the Livecode-relevant information; and
>> usually, 
>> far more amusing.
>> 
>> If all you do it think along ramrod straight lines about coding then 
>> your coding is unlikely
>> to be creative an innovative; and as Livecode is, itself, both
>> creative 
>> and innovative, quite a lot
>> of what Edward De Bono called "Lateral Thinking" helps an awful lot.
>> 
>> Be very, very careful, or I may send you a complete folk-dancing
>> kit . . 
>> . .  :) 
> 
> I have been known to enjoy frivolous pursuits and don't object in
> principle to inanity or insanity, even, but this is too much talk of
> bagpipes and accordions for me. (And somebody felt compelled to bring
> banjos into it!) Uyyyyyyyyyyy!
> 
> 
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