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10-23-2002, 01:45 AM
I just had a great experiance today. Upon asking my teacher where he got some of his sheetmusic he told me "well I buy it from stores that specialize in classical music and the library"


so today I went to the library and sure enough they had tons of sheetmusic ripe for the photocopy and all sorts of exotic books on composing and foreign music


Bongo Boy
10-23-2002, 02:49 AM
Yes, uh...intestineboy...the public library still provides some value. If you have an opportunity to get into a university library, take it (and a lunch). Large university libraries (especially consolidated ones that are 70% in one buidling) are extraordinary places.

Welcome to iBreathe, BTW!

10-23-2002, 03:38 AM
thanks man

you were very polite by the way

thank you
not all forums are.

Bongo Boy
10-23-2002, 03:49 AM
Originally posted by intestineboy
thanks man -- you were very polite by the way

I certainly hope so...no reason not to be. I didn't know what to say about your username :)...so I guess I said something anyway. I laughed pretty hard actually, with a smirk. Love it--for the same reason, I guess, that I wanted to buy the leadsheet book for all of Slipknot's 'greatest hits'. Life is pointless without some 'edge', eh?

10-23-2002, 03:52 AM
Originally posted by Bongo Boy

Life is pointless without some 'edge', eh?

did you really have to resort to a geometry joke? :rolleyes:


Bongo Boy
10-23-2002, 03:54 AM
oooooh...very good. Play chess by any chance?

10-23-2002, 04:16 AM
haha...you liked my attempt to make a terrible, terrible joke and blame it on you? :D

nah...i've never had the patience for chess. my dad was a casual player, but i was never interested long enough to actually get a feel for the game. i've got a couple of fun-looking "intro to chess" books that have been on the back burner for a couple of years, but i've never taken the time. i'm more of a cards player...i played tons of spades and hearts in high school, less so in college. post-college, i got into playing poker in the local indian casinos for a while (started with seven card stud and graduated to texas hold-em), but i do that pretty infrequently these days.

btw, intestineboy, i didn't mean to ignore you. your suggestion was excellent, and your name is...your name. ;)

(i'm worn out...i found several hideous typos that tell me it's time to sign off. ta ta for now!)