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No Power...AGAIN...for 3 days.

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Sorry boyz...storm took out the power area wide...
for almost 3 days...no nothing...so in catch up mode!

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The day of the storm it was 97...but after the storm it 
had dropped and has been in the 70's and 80's, so was
bearable....but VERY boring...LOL

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That's why God made acoustic guitars.  😋

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21 minutes ago, mibby said:

That's why God made acoustic guitars.  😋

and wind instruments

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5 hours ago, kitekrazy said:

and wind instruments 

Like fans? But they require power, too! Ahh, now I understand, you mean windmills! 😉

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13 hours ago, kitekrazy said:
14 hours ago, mibby said:

That's why God made acoustic guitars.  😋

and wind instruments

and hammond organ! ... ... ..umm... maybe not ;) 

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2 minutes ago, Peter - IK Multimedia said:

Sorry to hear that!  I was out in Michigan Friday through Monday and some nearby areas lost power.  Glad my parents didn't as they're too old for that s**t :P

Yep...that's where I'm at Pete!  Redford, MI

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Larry, I'm in Livonia and we're still dealing with brownouts...but still got SOME juice.  Gonna be cooler today.  Maybe we should ask Bandlab to donate a generator to keep the forum humming!

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This explains the gravitational force exerted on my wallet at peak posting times...you're two miles away.

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31 minutes ago, Peter - IK Multimedia said:

Ah that's about an hour away from where I was (Fenton).

Wow, I know Fenton very well.

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2 hours ago, Marc Cormier said:

This explains the gravitational force exerted on my wallet at peak posting times...you're two miles away.

You guys who are living that close to the event horizon are taking a lot of chances. Fleer's over in Europe somewhere eating Leerdammer sandwiches and barking at the moon and he still gets caught in the gravity well!

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Posted (edited)

Leerdammer, no f...ing way. Leave that for the Dutchies. 

I’m in sweet Ravenna now. Love those female buffaloes. 

 

Edith: When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that's amore. 

Me: No f...ing way, woman. 

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I was in Utrecht all last week and only felt a slight dampening of the gravitational pull...but that might have been GDPR at work.  Save yourself, Fleer, whilst Lars' power is out!!!

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3 hours ago, Peter - IK Multimedia said:

Ah that's about an hour away from where I was (Fenton).

I have lot's of friends in Fenton.  If you're ever up this way
go to Barnfest in Fenton!!!  2 days and 6 bands each day!  It's a charity
event.  We played it almost every year, and there are some GREAT
bands that play there!  Phil, the owner/sponsor is a real good friend!

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3 hours ago, Marc Cormier said:

Larry, I'm in Livonia and we're still dealing with brownouts...but still got SOME juice.  Gonna be cooler today.  Maybe we should ask Bandlab to donate a generator to keep the forum humming!

Very kewl Marc...I'm at 5 Mile and Beech, right next to Lola Valley Park!

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8 minutes ago, cclarry said:

I have lot's of friends in Fenton.  If you're ever up this way
go to Barnfest in Fenton!!!  2 days and 6 bands each day!  It's a charity
event.  We played it almost every year, and there are some GREAT
bands that play there!  Phil, the owner/sponsor is a real good friend!

Everyday is Barnfest where I live. And a brownout is a whole different thing.

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