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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Munjibunga, Oct 22, 2002.
You probably won't get a straight answer anyway. The answer to all other questions is Eden.
I like you, you are funny.
post more plz
No exactly... sometimes the answer is 300 watts or Lakland. Or 300w Laklands.
BTW don't ask me ^%#$ either. I'm not in the mood.
How did you maintain that fro?
hmmm, well then, which amp....... are you going to give me! hehe, gotcha there mr smarty pants. *waits for an eden*
...actually, in about 2 weeks, the answer will no longer be "300 watts" - it will increase to a minimum of "600 watts @ 2 ohms".
(Yes Munji, it's in actual production and is expected to ship at the end of next week)
ok, I wont ask you how I can teleport myself to england so I can be with my girlfriend which is now ignoring me.
Praise god, whatever you perceive it to be!
Hmm, I always thought the answer to everything was 42
Your lack of support to talkbass members is a serious mistake, and you will burn in hell for that. Further, we understand that your choice of equipment is very specific and clear, yet there is no acutal relation between you opinon and actual situation and real world.
Get yourself friendly.
Errr...somebody didn't "get" the joke!!
What would a paradise on earth be called?
Where did we "fall" from?
Would you "Adam and Eve" it?
I did. Belive me. Really.
Okay. Here's a toughy:
If a train leaves Cincinnati heading west at 50 mph, and another train leaves Kansas City heading east at 79 mph, near which city will they pass each other, or crash head-on depending upon your mood?
Be careful; this is booby-trapped!
Boston. They will crash into the lobby of an Au Bon Pain at about 4 am a few months after they left the original cities.
Then maybe you could explain your post.
Lessons from the Garden of Munji....
I rather answer with "AGUILAR" rather than "EDEN" .... jmho
What's that your doing there?
really? Ham and Cheese or baloney?
*waits for his awful awful awful joke to set in*
Hold on everyone...
The judges are conferring on this answer -
YES! They have accepted it!
It seems that one of the judges thought that Blisshead was a little on the optimistic side stating that the trains would crash after ONLY a few months; he was thinking more along the lines of half a year!
The other acceptable answer would have been: Neither train would have left its home station at all; Amtrak would have already gone broke!
And now we have some good news and some bad news:
Good - We'll be sending you a copy of our home game as our way of saying Thank You for playing along.
Bad - It's being shipped by train from Cincinnati!