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Post Fri Jul 25, 2008 10:08 pm

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JasonDeLima wrote:Zen, I'm saving that.
If I ever make a snare in the future, I'm totally putting that badge on it just for kicks.


just make sure that it's straight or you'll catch a lot of hell for it.


XD.

Well, to be fair that kid was presenting himself as a business.

And hell, he turned out to be a pretty good builder, so hopefully it helped him in the long run.


Creature turned out to be a good kid... he's thanked me at least a half dozen times for being so hard on him... he eventually took the criticism well, and he's improved by leaps and bounds because of it.

care bear (aka "backwords dipshit") is hopeless...

what I REALLY wish is to have his dad read these threads with him so he can explain to him what he's doing wrong! bear is a year older than metalhead, and nick is about 900 times more mature... I think his dad (Andy) has a LOT to do with that!
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Post Fri Jul 25, 2008 10:13 pm

I have to admit, Creature Drums later products were light-years ahead of what he started out with. He really improved a lot, and I have to say, it would've taken him much longer (if at all) to learn the lessons you taught him, if you hadn't shown him straight up what was wrong.

And Nick is the kid (btw everyone, kid = person in my vocabulary. I once called a 67-year old man kid, like I call everyone kid, and I got the strangest look. Whoops.) with the PDP 805 Rev kit?
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Post Fri Jul 25, 2008 10:17 pm

Mitchell? wrote:And Nick is the kid (btw everyone, kid = person in my vocabulary. I once called a 67-year old man kid, like I call everyone kid, and I got the strangest look. Whoops.) with the PDP 805 Rev kit?


MEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!! haha
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Post Fri Jul 25, 2008 10:19 pm

I called it!!!

I remembered your headbangin' avatar, but I'll always remember the Rev kit.

...mostly because I saw about 30 dif. ways it was set-up. XD
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Post Fri Jul 25, 2008 10:19 pm

I think I'm going to use that badge Zen, I"m going to create an entry level drum line and call it that. LOL!!!!!

I laughed so hard my wife said she didn't want to know what I was laughing at!
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Post Fri Jul 25, 2008 10:20 pm

Timekeep69 wrote:I think I'm going to use that badge Zen, I"m going to create an entry level drum line and call it that. LOL!!!!!

I laughed so hard my wife said she didn't want to know what I was laughing at!


Bwahaha!!
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Post Fri Jul 25, 2008 10:21 pm

Mitchell? wrote:I called it!!!

I remembered your headbangin' avatar, but I'll always remember the Rev kit.

...mostly because I saw about 30 dif. ways it was set-up. XD


Yeah, Nick is about as nice as they come! Not really talkative, but man, he's a good kid!

Nick... shouldn't you be in BED young man?
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Post Fri Jul 25, 2008 10:22 pm

Mitchell? wrote:I called it!!!

I remembered your headbangin' avatar, but I'll always remember the Rev kit.

...mostly because I saw about 30 dif. ways it was set-up. XD



BWAHAHAHA!!!! Don't worry, they will be many more..........many, many more.......... :twisted:
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Post Fri Jul 25, 2008 10:44 pm

Timekeep69 wrote:I think I'm going to use that badge Zen, I"m going to create an entry level drum line and call it that. LOL!!!!!

I laughed so hard my wife said she didn't want to know what I was laughing at!


Can you say LICENSE FEE?

I will BET you that you can make Backwards Dipshit Drums into a viable line and Creepy Bear has NO IDEA what an opportunity he missed out on! The funny thing was, I was just thinking about contacting you about the prospect of an entry level line with this name, just to prove the point!
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Post Fri Jul 25, 2008 11:18 pm

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Yeah, because having a myspace automatically trademarks a name right?

Man, you have a lot to learn.


haha thank you PJ you understood what i was trying to get across
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Post Sat Jul 26, 2008 3:09 am

Timekeep69 wrote:I think I'm going to use that badge Zen, I"m going to create an entry level drum line and call it that. LOL!!!!!


To go with the name you could use batter heads that said "Hit Here DS"
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Post Sat Jul 26, 2008 7:10 am

If one hides his ignorance, he well never get hit, therefore he will never change.
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Post Sat Jul 26, 2008 10:05 am

Cheerful-Bear wrote:If one hides his ignorance, he well never get hit, therefore he will never change.


that was some Oprah Winfrey shit!
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Post Sat Jul 26, 2008 10:20 am

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Cheerful-Bear wrote:If one hides his ignorance, he well never get hit, therefore he will never change.


that was some Oprah Winfrey shit!


about that i was watching it yesterday and they talked about hermaphrodites :P
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Post Sat Jul 26, 2008 10:30 am

Creepy-Bear wrote:If one hides his ignorance, he well never get hit, therefore he will never change.


"If it looks like dogshit, it smells like dogshit, and has the texture of dogshit... it's pretty likely that you're dealing with dogshit... there's no need to taste it just to prove the given."

And while it is possible to hide IN your ignorance, your ignorance cannot be truly obfuscated...

If I were you... my next move would be to establish the posture of "humble".

The time for baffling with bullshit has long since passed!
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