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    I can't believe someone loaned him another one. Must be great to be pretty.
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    Ha. I'm a horrible speller and thankfullly Firefox highlights my errors but I still have to choose the right, write, rite???!!!?? one.

    Jamie
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    Here's the article on how the guy broke his Guadagnini falling down the stairs.

    Jamie

    Edit: The Independent Paper seems to be misrecycling old news. Still falling down on your Guadagnini would still be a bad day.
    I swear I was reading the follow ups on this thread and my kid fell down the stairs. He is 6'3 and 200lbs so it made a lot of noise! He only bruised his knee(hopefully).

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    Ouch. Hope he's OK.

    Jamie
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    We've all feared it. That ohnosecond when your balance seems wonky or the mandolin seems about to fall or actually does fall. Imagine how this guy feels after falling on his Stradavarius!

    Jamie
    do you think someone in the audience played a violin to express how sad they were?

    sorry, i couldnt pass that one up haha

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