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Dang, I need to actually read the emails the library sends me.
My rented beer leftovers are eventually flushed into Lake Mead.
Lost Wages, you are welcome.
You're doing fine compared to 99% of the people on this planet. I've never been a fan of real estate as an investment, perhaps to my loss. I witnessed the oil bust of the eighties in Denver. Property values plummeted.
The other half of my luxurious double-wide (duplex) sold for over $600k at the peak. It might be worth $400k today. You have your priorities straight, IMHO. What was that "classic" punk song you wanted the chords for? I couldn't find it.
I would gladly pay $15 - $50 for an Amazing Rhythm Aces reunion gig.
Last I heard the band bailed on their hotel bill in Breckenridge, sometime around 1981.
Russell Smith called it "Our Terminal Performance."
George, what was the impetus for you to risk your life's savings? Is this a teachable moment vis-a-vis investing or whatnot? My parents were hardly nuclear medicine physicians, yet they taught me to not put all my eggs in one basket. On the bright side, nobody wants to steal your identity.
Then why do continue to reside here? So you can whine via internet from Fairview?
Be careful, George. You might be "glitched" again.
We got your back. An interesting power chord intro is Chicago's "25 or 6 to 4." After 8 bars or whatever, it then morphs into common jazz chord progressions. But it's not the punk you're zealing for.
Cheech and Chong fans were completely clueless.
Don't Crush that Dwarf ...
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