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I did the same, but I worked at Target. Then I played the hockey stick warranty game (old one broke, buy new one, wait 20 or so days and then send the broken one back to the warranty dept with the new one's receipt. Old stick replaced.)
it's just part of the culture he deals with. don't talk about work projects, don't stick out, etc.
my father in law works for a defense company and so he likes to keep a low profile. One time, I met him for dinner in San Francisco. After, we're leaving and he shoots me a look like "don't say it". Turns out the car rental company gave him this bright blue FJ Cruiser, and he was mortified. Damn car stuck out like a sore thumb in that parking lot.
and who can forget "Porsche Girl"
so, tampons and shit.
ha, could actually do this (the truss rod part, not the play the guitar for her part since I'd pick a song she knows and while she's a trained jazz vocalist, she'd actually get mad at me for hinting for her to sing without prep).and while that truss rod example is good intentioned, it kind of looks like one flower fucking another flower from behind with its own truss rod all the while "raising a leaf" about the ride / "raising a leaf" to spank that ass.the most important...
https://www.amazon.com/Big-Data-Revolution-Transform-Think/dp/0544227751/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1474918888&sr=8-1&keywords=big+data only read parts of this so far (being slow), but it's really interesting.
thanks Gus, and thanks to the others who had recs.You're right, I don't have a dream guitar in mind. Wife wants to get me something for our 5th anniversary, and she wants it to be an acoustic, and I'm totally down with that .... but just not sure which and for how much. Part of the problem is my father has a really amazing Taylor 810 from the mid-80's that just sings, and I know he doesn't play and would be like "please take it, play it, enjoy it, go pay for its setup"...
$1K or so, what should I do for an acoustic?
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