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Old 04-08-2007, 10:25 AM   #1
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Want to know what to do in the evening with friends, when you're all tired of Mexican Train?Try Karaoke! It's a hoot!
We bought a system from leadsinger.com which consists of two mikes, with the songs and all electronics installed in one microphone. Fully portable, plugs into the Aux jacks of any TV, DVD, VCR, etc. Operates off 110 VAC thru a plug-in transformer. Songs are on plug-in chips that you install in the microphone. Lyrics appear on your TV.
Sometimes priming the singer with your favorite libation to get him / her in the mood helps. For others, they wont do it unless their drunk. Whatever works. Any size RV is good. You can even do it when you get back home! Have fun.
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Want to know what to do in the evening with friends, when you're all tired of Mexican Train?Try Karaoke! It's a hoot!
We bought a system from leadsinger.com which consists of two mikes, with the songs and all electronics installed in one microphone. Fully portable, plugs into the Aux jacks of any TV, DVD, VCR, etc. Operates off 110 VAC thru a plug-in transformer. Songs are on plug-in chips that you install in the microphone. Lyrics appear on your TV.
Sometimes priming the singer with your favorite libation to get him / her in the mood helps. For others, they wont do it unless their drunk. Whatever works. Any size RV is good. You can even do it when you get back home! Have fun.
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Old 04-09-2007, 07:43 AM   #3
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It is easy to see you have not been to a Texas Boomer gathering at Rayfords Crossing.

Everyone has fun. (Some can actually sing too )
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It would take a lot of bribing via liquid refreshment to get me to make a fool of myself! lol
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But think of the fun your friends would have watching it happen.
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Old 04-11-2007, 09:48 AM   #6
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Ah - karaoke. A little linguistic edification is in order. The word "karaoke" is a Japanese term that means:


"Tone deaf drunk with a microphone"!
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"It would take a lot of bribing via liquid refreshment to get me to make a fool of myself! lol"

But would you be willing to try?
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Terbie, Ingram, TX:
It would take a lot of bribing via liquid refreshment to get me to make a fool of myself! lol </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

No liquid for me...some things just come naturally for some folks..At least, that's what my blond wife tells me..
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