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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by Brad Johnson, Nov 16, 2001.
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It strikes me as funny that the seller "took" the $850 amp and speaker cab from his bass player who no longer needs it, nor HIS TEETH!!
I'm glad I never played bass for the dude.
I followed the link and got a message saying that ebay was down for essential maintenance?
In my organisation TMI stands for :"Tailor Made Incentive" - so is something that the Sales Force work out for an individual customer - the more they use our products the more discount they get usually - variations on that theme.
I think in this case it probably means Too Much Information!
Wasn't it the case that in Mozart's day the woodwind players often migrated to Viola - that is, when all their teeth dropped out!!
That's funny (and interesting), Bruce, about the woodwind players, but I took the message to mean the seller had knocked out the bass player's teeth. Still that doesn't make sense, does it? I wonder what the seller does mean after all. At what point in life would one not "need" one's teeth?