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Old 06-06-2016, 04:50 AM   #1
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That could be true.
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Now that's a great idea Dirk!
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Kind of reminds me of when I had a banjo in the back seat of my car. Someone broke the window and threw in another banjo.
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Nah, I'll just pull out my Trumpet and join him. Does remind me of the guy I saw on the AT many years ago using a tuba as a backpack!
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Or bagpipes... (I like them but others not so much)
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Kind of reminds me of when I had a banjo in the back seat of my car. Someone broke the window and threw in another banjo.

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