1965 #25/3 Copperhead

Tone Bender MKI replica circa 2007.

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Re: 1965 #25/3 Copperhead

Post by smogfalls » Tue Jun 23, 2009 12:24 am

wow, very nice. Can you tell me about that Swart amp? I'm in the market for a small amp for cranking. :freakout:
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Re: 1965 #25/3 Copperhead

Post by jimi_dylan » Tue Jun 23, 2009 12:34 am

(My Fargen MiniPlex MKII sounds great with all my D.A.M.s: '66, '65, Fuzzaround)
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Re: 1965 #25/3 Copperhead

Post by Poorbob » Tue Jun 23, 2009 2:32 am

Sickle wrote:
Poorbob wrote:Sickle, what the hell? You know everything.
No, I don't.

Not even close.

I just have a voracious appetite for knowledge/data and a high absorption and retention potential. I doubt its still as high now, but when I was in grade school and had my IQ tested, the score was 175, which is higher than Einstein's.

I just never did anything with my potential.

Stay in school, Trevor. Make something of yourself so you don't end up like I did.
I'm gonna stay in school, but music is my rediscovered passion. I want to give my best shot at creating something worthwhile and see where that takes me.

It's weird because I don't intend on doing anything related to my majors. I'm double majoring in Psychology and Communication Studies with a focus in interpersonal communication and I have a minor in Arabic. This is all basically a backup. If music doesn't work out, the majors come in handy for recruiting (whether for the CIA or a college football team).

So all these classes are just a big diversion from what I'm trying to accomplish, but I know what you're saying.
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Re: 1965 #25/3 Copperhead

Post by Poorbob » Tue Jun 23, 2009 2:37 am

Sickle wrote:If you're thinking CIA, don't wait to long to get in touch with them. They recruit young, like real young, and may even pay for the rest of your school.
I've already checked all that out and after this fall semester, I'll hit them up to see what happens. I don't think they have a number or anything, haha, but you can submit an application.
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Re: 1965 #25/3 Copperhead

Post by Poorbob » Tue Jun 23, 2009 3:45 am

:oops:

I think I just failed the job interview :hihi:
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Re: 1965 #25/3 Copperhead

Post by Philip » Tue Jun 23, 2009 8:52 pm

Poorbob wrote::oops:

I think I just failed the job interview :hihi:
Hah, definitely! :smashed:
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Re: 1965 #25/3 Copperhead

Post by 1bottlerocket » Tue Jun 23, 2009 9:17 pm

Poorbob wrote::oops:

I think I just failed the job interview :hihi:
Don't worry. If the agency is interested, they will contact you.
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