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    HERE'S MINE. 1917 A Model Gibson, and "Jack-0"
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    Now I was wondering when the Halloween thread would start!
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    I forgot to mention the brand of AXE. I laid my mando down today next to the jackolantern and thought they'd go together.

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    hey bowfinger-
    great idea. don't have a photo with pumkin, but here's my 2005 Pomeroy A2 (inspired by those teens beauties like yours).
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    I gotcher punkin'...

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    Sweet as a pc. of butterscotch! #Looks like a race car. #Or, maybe cinderella's coach after the spell on the pumpkin. #Mine looks more like a real pumpkin!

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    man that ain't no punkin! thats one a them sissy caramel lattes you city folk drink!


    ted, that rigel looks like you should be dippin apple slices in it...tasty...
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    BOO!!!!!
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    I am glad something brings out Django Fret. I have had more laughs over the years at some of your photoshop pictures!
    If F-model mandolins have F-holes then why don't A-model mandolins have A-holes???

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    Here's another pumpkin -- 1912 or 1913 A3
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    Quote Originally Posted by (mandoJeremy @ Oct. 31 2005, 19:20)
    I am glad something brings out Django Fret. #I have had more laughs over the years at some of your photoshop pictures!
    Thanks MandoJeremy, and hope this one brings back some more!
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    Yes it does! Thanks!
    If F-model mandolins have F-holes then why don't A-model mandolins have A-holes???

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    Just to spice up your holiday - that picture reminds me that one of the more credible theories about witches {pre-modern medicine women} and brooms had to do with the application of hallucinogenic ointments...

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    This was the Jack O Lantern last year... I was going to go for an A4 with a Fleur-De-Lis inlay this year, but ran out of time...
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    wohoooooo. thats cool.
    good idea siren!!!

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    Oh, my stomach. Too much Halloween sugar...
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    That is great Ted!
    If F-model mandolins have F-holes then why don't A-model mandolins have A-holes???

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