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Old 04-19-2010, 09:20 PM
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ANd now, even if you do it on your CB you could lose your ham gear and your license. You're now held to a higher standard, Grasshopper.
Great, I knew I should have stayed with smoke signals and a drum
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Old 04-19-2010, 10:04 PM
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Great, I knew I should have stayed with smoke signals and a drum
I know its almost time for Markofsky to head out on the Kokopelli trail and warn the spirits that we are arriving in the land of Moab, but don't start him on the flute until he is across state lines. Then it is an awesome addition to the landscape.
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Old 04-20-2010, 02:21 AM
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I know its almost time for Markofsky to head out on the Kokopelli trail and warn the spirits that we are arriving in the land of Moab, but don't start him on the flute until he is across state lines. Then it is an awesome addition to the landscape.
I brought several nice Lakota flutes into CO when I moved here. Are you saying I should not play them at home? They were made in AZ but the guy moved his shop to Paonia recently.
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Old 04-20-2010, 05:55 AM
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I brought several nice Lakota flutes into CO when I moved here. Are you saying I should not play them at home? They were made in AZ but the guy moved his shop to Paonia recently.
Then they're OK. I just bought my first hop plant rhizomes from a guy outta Paonia. My folks lived there for a while before I was born (in the middle ages).

Naw, just bustin Markofsky's chops. I think his flute playing at the trail we went on with him last year was great. He's very spiritual...
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I brought several nice Lakota flutes into CO when I moved here.
Bring them and the drums!

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Naw, just bustin Markofsky's chops. I think his flute playing at the trail we went on with him last year was great. He's very spiritual...
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Old 04-20-2010, 08:53 AM
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I can't play Cumbayah on my flutes, but I can play it on the old git-fiddle.
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