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    Default My very musical couch...

    Them: So Dave, whenís the last time someone, anyone sat on your couch?
    Me: Shush, now... pfft, and they say I donít know how to party.
    Them: Nobody says that, Dave. Literally nobody.
    Me: Listen, voice in my head, this is my Internet interaction. Shut the frig up or play along.
    Them: social distancing is not good for you, Dave...



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    Nice collection. Are you doing ok?

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    Default Re: My very musical couch...

    For some, Social Distancing was already a way of life...
    "All of us contain Music & Truth, but most of us can't get it out." - Mark Twain

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    Not like this. It's one thing not to want to go out, but it is an entirely different thing not the be "allowed" out.
    There's nothing better than first-hand experience.

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    I am doing fine, thank you, other than the complete loss of my income. That part is a bummer, to say the least. But as a musician, it's not like we expect good things from life financially, for the most part

    As I have shared here before, I run multiple open mics every week, and I *really* miss my music family, which, for the most part, is the only family I have. Add to that that I am a hugger, and this social distancing bull sugar can go... ah, we all know what it can go and do!

    Anyway, my original post was in jest and an attempt at humor. Playing live on FB pretty much every day has been good for my soul, and I'm grateful for the technology that allows it.

    I hope you all are well!

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    Trouble with social distancing is that it comes more naturally to banjo players!

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    Anyway, my original post was in jest and an attempt at humor.
    Good, we were worried

    Leo Kottke tells a story about a classical cellist whose instrument started talking to him. So he smashed this multimillion dollar Stradivari or Guarneri cello to bits. But the pieces kept talking to him. He needed serious psychiatric hospitalization and medication. Don't know if it's true but it is a good story when Kottke tells it.

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    Oh wow, yeah, no, I'm nowhere to that level of THAT FAR GONE :D

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    Default Re: My very musical couch...

    I thought it was obviously "an attempt at humor"...in fact, I laughed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CarlM View Post
    Good, we were worried

    Leo Kottke tells a story about a classical cellist whose instrument started talking to him. So he smashed this multimillion dollar Stradivari or Guarneri cello to bits. But the pieces kept talking to him. He needed serious psychiatric hospitalization and medication. Don't know if it's true but it is a good story when Kottke tells it.
    Leo could read the recipe for oatmeal cookies and it would be a good story....
    "Keep your hat on, we may end up miles from here..." - Kurt Vonnegut

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Winn View Post
    Leo could read the recipe for oatmeal cookies and it would be a good story....
    Ha ha ha, true!

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