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flaggship1 04-17-2013 02:08 PM

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RVM10 here. I like the Zen thing but I'm really into "Gestalt Banjo-Vol. 1" There is no Vol. 2. Paul Hawthorne died before he could write it. Vol. 1 has on its front the picture by Leonardo da Vinci of God's hand passing life to Adam's hand. God has on banjo picks.

RVM10 - looked into this. See now that it's a book - and could not locate actual finger / claw picking by PH - but did find the cover art. Pretty cool.

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CampDaven 04-17-2013 02:39 PM

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Originally Posted by flaggship1 (Post 1534884)

RVM1 is sitting on the rainbow. What isn't freedom there? Try to answer that with one hand clapping. The RV Mutant does not envy his mutant brother, but it isn't easy. :D

Ya got me!

Did you know I dont have a central vac system either? More Mutant every day!

flaggship1 04-17-2013 02:49 PM

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Ya got me!

Did you know I dont have a central vac system either? More Mutant every day!

I have one - but it came with it. But it wasn't on the list of must haves - just was.

flaggship1 04-17-2013 06:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Dick Noble
RVM10 here. I like the Zen thing but I'm really into "Gestalt Banjo-Vol. 1" There is no Vol. 2. Paul Hawthorne died before he could write it. Vol. 1 has on its front the picture by Leonardo da Vinci of God's hand passing life to Adam's hand. God has on banjo picks.

Ok RVM10. I just cruised through the forum Banjo Hangout and see that the book is out of print and anyone who has one won't let it out of their sight. So it falls on you to share the Gestalt of RVMs by way of banjo analogy. I'm actually kind of bummed - but have something to watch for so yin is yanged. :D

4kids 04-17-2013 07:30 PM

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Originally Posted by CampDaven (Post 1534380)

Welcome to Lucky 13!
13 is the 6th prime number.
I grew up on 13th Avenue.
And 13 colonies made the US.

And you said your RV is 13 yrs old. It was destined.

Rvm4

Davdeb1 04-17-2013 07:41 PM

Yes its a good thing this thread didn't start last year when it was only 12.
Also, are you a RV mutant if you watch Duck Dynasty?

flaggship1 04-17-2013 07:44 PM

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Originally Posted by Davdeb1
Yes its a good thing this thread didn't start last year when it was only 12.
Also, are you a RV mutant if you watch Duck Dynasty?

Well they do have an RV now don't they. :D

Wayne M 04-17-2013 07:45 PM

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Originally Posted by flaggship1 (Post 1534512)
Or as the song says - how can I miss you if you won't go away. Lol. Wayne - you may not know it yet, but you are an RVM. Have you poked air holes in your computer so your friends and breath?

Thar R rots of tings I don't have. No roof top AC, no TPMS, no tile floors. A scratched up basement door I will not get fixed. no door handle lights, and I don't miss any of them. (I do have basement air though)

Nope, no holes in the computer, but the next time I load the Xd.40 there may be some extra breathin' space for the little people in the computer. I'll try not to hit anyone.

flaggship1 04-17-2013 07:58 PM

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Thar R rots of tings I don't have. No roof top AC, no TPMS, no tile floors. A scratched up basement door I will not get fixed. no door handle lights, and I don't miss any of them. (I do have basement air though)

Nope, no holes in the computer, but the next time I load the Xd.40 there may be some extra breathin' space for the little people in the computer. I'll try not to hit anyone.

That makes you RVM14 Wayne and proud to have ya among us!

4kids 04-17-2013 08:10 PM

Don't know much about banjos, but I would also nominate the Traveling Wilburys as RVM-type musicians. Anybody familiar with them?

flaggship1 04-17-2013 08:22 PM

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Don't know much about banjos, but I would also nominate the Traveling Wilburys as RVM-type musicians. Anybody familiar with them?

A lineup fit for Kings and RVM alike. How can ya go wrong with Roy Orbison - Tom Petty - Bob Dylan and the rest. A superband and great tunes. Way astray from what others were doing or they had done - they get my vote.

SylviaCub 04-17-2013 11:39 PM

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Originally Posted by dogpatch (Post 1534385)
I think you meant "Unite"

Unless you were referring to untying tie-dyed T-shirts! LOL

RVM12

Well, you ALMOST got the joke. Untie is a dyslexic version of Unite.... we are mutants after all... So UNTIE seemed appropriate to me. ;)

CampDaven 04-18-2013 06:07 AM

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Don't know much about banjos, but I would also nominate the Traveling Wilburys as RVM-type musicians. Anybody familiar with them?

I'm with you on that.
They didn't make enough music together to satisfy my hunger for it.
Sadly, 2 of them have passed on.

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Davdeb1 04-18-2013 06:14 AM

But they never toured or traveled.


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