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    Thank's Ron
    I can't see as well as I should see on the wtite screen so I miss stuff sometimes.
    Thanks again for the heads up, Yeah I guess the site should be family friendly, but with so much on the internet I am sure people have seen worst.
    I do hate site that allow very ugly talk, most forums have a filter if the guys name is Dick it may not allow you to say that and I see the point.
    i the old surf guitarist Dick Dale.
    Still have my old 63 reverd unit
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    No I just saw it.
    Thanks for the help.
    Sorry about the post since I had seen , even today wolf boy post kind of provocative stuff I wished to share what some older christen men send me.
    They sent me one of a girl putting breast milk in a coffee shop , I laughed so hard to hurt my side for days.

    Again thanks for the help and I did not see the notifications.
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    This song http://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=11917478 is called Clarity. It's the from the "CD" that I wrote when I first started playing guitar again as an adult. You can check out the full project here: http://www.soundclick.com/DwaneChristopherWoodard - I plan on going back and revisiting this based upon everything that I've learned in the lyric writing class and the things I've learned here.

    The one thing that I know is that my chord progressions don't make any sense.
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    I am a Christian artist at my core, I also post on a Christian Songwriting forum. I'm currently "writing" a song in real time using the things that I've learned about lyrics from the Coursera course. It's honestly the best thing that I have ever written! It's like everything is clicking at the moment... Happy Easter!
  5. "Let me get some more bass miles under my belt and I would love to do something witchoo m8 like playing a walking line under your chord melody t'wood be cool" Sounds like fun to me. Let me know whenever you are ready. I need to work on hooking up something to this laptop to get a quality sound.
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    Let me get some more bass miles under my belt and I would love to do something witchoo m8 like playing a walking line under your chord melody t'wood be cool

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    Thanks m8 for the encouragement maybe soon we could do a swingin' colaboration for TF consumtion
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    Thanks Ron, I will bring it up next practice.
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    West Virginia your avatar just cracks me up lol

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    I live in the inner city so I dont need a car.

    Here is a report on petrol prices in my area over the last 3 weeks. Unleaded is hovering above $1.60 a litre ($7.20 a gallon).


    Milk - are we talking the price I pay or what the farmer makes?

    I have noticed that milk is wildy varible from shop to shop. I have seen it as high as $5 per litre (that milk was noting special, maybe added calcium). I tend to get it in Aldi (German discount store) for $2 per 2 litres. That is on a par with Irish prices.

    Here is the link for Chevvies


    In short, Australia is expensive!!

    New books cost $30 on average. Classic Vibe strats about $800. Beer in pubs about $9. Steak and chips about $20. Dont start me on clothes...

    I buy most stuff online, save 50-60%.

    Hope that helps WV,

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