We all know you have to read Craigslist ads with a skeptical eye and take them with a grain of salt. Some are straightforward; but you can tell that many others are either sugar-coated or hyperbolized (from the verb: "to hyperbole"). Show an example of a actual Craigslist ad and re-write it to state what it might really mean: For example, this ad appeared in the Denver Craigslist today (10/26/2009): "I play bass and tin whistle and am looking for an acoustic guitarist to jam with. I can also do vocals. Interested in making atmospheric, dark, folky, nature-themed music, possibly with public performances. If you can do vocals and can play guitar (or keys), I'm very interested. I can already sample keys but an actual keyboardist would be great." Seriously. It might also have been written as follows: Psychotic recluse rocks out on bass and magic tin whistle. Seeks unplugged, equally whack gui****. If you can strum it, dude, I can scream it and lay down some killer grooves between whistle solos! 420 friendly. Let's play my weird and depressing tree-hugger songs for free at protests and rallies. I sampled keyboards once and you can also scream if you want. 420 OK. And hey, it'd be awesome to bring in another guy with a Casio (and some wheels) if he was 420 friendly too.