I hit Techie from time to time in the junk just to make sure he's alive. Also because it is fun. I write one article a year and the others I steal from reputable websites. It's a living.
Hey! I'm sorta here too! Welcome Prof!
I'm a rebel! Also, the airplane (using the term loosely) was maned by two guys who were pilots, stewards, mechanics and luggage handlers at the same time. They didn't go over safety as much as just yell back down the cabin with, "The instructions of how to use the doors in an emergency are printed on the door. But don't worry, you won't need to use them." I wasn't sure if that was a brag about how good of a pilot he was or that, if we crashed, we'd all burn and die and the doors wouldn't be needed. Needless to say, using my phone... not a worry.
I haven't actually tried them. It looks like the silver one works, but the blue one is pretty rusted. I'll try them this week and report back.
I am dyslexic so I actually went back through the entire article to make sure I didn't spell it wrong. Thanks for freaking me out :)
Yup, my ugly is out there. Come now people, share the ugly and let's see what you've got. Eyepatches, fake glasses and fake mustachios are welcome.
Let's just call it an Ibanez and get everybody mad at us.
Just for clarification, I didn't call the guitar a Danelectro, I called it a Silvertone, which was the Sears name for all of their musical instruments including Danelectro, National, Harmony, Kay, and Teisco. Basically it's a great go-to name for guitars that you don't really know the origins of since there were a TON with that name on it. The amp is still a mystery, but I'm liking the Spinal Tap idea.
AH! I have one of those at the lake that I was going to use for my "Stuff from my..." post. Thief! Meh, good post.