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    Quote Originally Posted by allen84 View Post
    Perhaps LHN could be the UniPiper? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cnVjkE87FDY

    BTW, that is a must watch for Star Wars fans (does that need a trademark beside it?... Spaceballs was better)
    oh my. the infection is worse than I thought....

    My ex's grandmother's dying wish was for me to play a hymn on the accordion at her funeral. So, I learned one of her favorites. When my part in the program came up, I got out the accordion and went to the front of the audience. Meanwhile, the funeral director was holding a microphone in front of the accordion with a puzzled look on his face while he tried to decide where the sound came out of it. I said quietly (so as to not disturb the attendees) that a microphone wouldn't be necessary.
    The guy was probably hard of hearing because he responded, "where do you want the microphone?"
    "I don't need a microphone." I said a little louder.
    "But where does the sound come out?" He persisted.
    "Everywhere. You can just go stand in the parking lot if you'd like," I finally said.
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    That was better than the joke you started with!

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    Quote Originally Posted by loghousenut View Post
    That was better than the joke you started with!

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    Ha! Thanks! Thinking back, I guess it was!

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    Christmas Tip:
    Wrap empty boxes for presents and when your child misbehaves or doesn't listen throw one in the fire.

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    Screenshot - 12192016 - 10:16:42 PM.jpg

    Funny, right? The stuff you see from kit log home companies.
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    Oh, those kit home companies are a bunch of cards, aren't they?
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    Quote Originally Posted by loghousenut View Post
    Only person I ever knew who could enjoy bagpipe music was my Uncle Harvey.





    Harvey'd had the mumps when he was a baby and had been deaf ever since.
    Hold on, a warning for those treading on Scotland,
    don't get them angry. The pipes are the Scot's battle music to instill fear in the enemy. I also enjoy the pipes sound at my family funerals. I'll take the pipe sound any day VS the accordion. Merry Christmas.

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    With all due respect to any of you whose lineage and heritage are somehow tied to bagpipes and accordions... well, I think I'd almost rather hear someone banging gutter pipes together.

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    I wouldn't mind it so much if they didn't make that awful noise.

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    I happen to be of Scottish descent. I love bagpipes and all kinds of amplified music, you carry the tune and I carry the bucket. I like many types of music. You, my wife and others totally missed out on music appreciation. And I proved I have high frequency hearing loss or that my wife is crazy by whatever she heard that I didn't on the radio today.

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