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Hello everyone.

 

My name is William Chen.

 

I live in Taiwan, and have been assigned the future posting activity for the formum member named "guitplayer".

 

It seems "the big boss" said it was no longer cost effective for him to post here himself... so, for cost savings, they've selected me for the job.

 

I don't know anything about him, his music, or interests, and I'm not a musician... but I am a fast learner and hope to be able to contribute.

 

Also, it gives me an opportunity to practice my English. ;)

 

I've been reading the posts here this morning, and I do have many questions.

 

For example, what is a "Wewus"?

 

Or, what do you think about Chinese hip-hop?

 

I look forward to many communicating with you all.

 

Your new friend. :wave:

 

William Chen, now known as

guitplayer

I'm still "guitplayer"!

Check out my music if you like...

 

http://www.michaelsaulnier.com

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Originally posted by guitplayer:

For example, what is a "Wewus"?

It is a word it's only used in Senegal, you know, it sounds like french, too, and "Wewus" means "Thick Neck".

 

Easy, right?

 

Next question?

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Originally posted by Rim.:

Welcome Willam Chen. Do you know William Hung? :D

Oh yes.

 

She Bang!

 

It is a point of national pride that William Hung has won your most important music award. The United States Idol.

 

We wait, ready to buy illegal copies of his new cd release.

 

William Chen, now known as

guitplayer

I'm still "guitplayer"!

Check out my music if you like...

 

http://www.michaelsaulnier.com

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Originally posted by guitplayer:

Thank you for the kind and generous advice. I must learn about this jazz. Will it hurt my ears?
I recommend the book; "How to Learn About Jazz Without Really Trying", by Mr Jazz Guitar Nice Guy.

 

I especially recommend the chapters:

 

Chapter 2: "How to Drop Names Like a Pro"

 

Chapter 4: "The Gibson L5...What the Hell is it, and How Can I Talk it Up?"

 

Chapter 5: "Belittling Others to Make You Appear Snooty"

 

and finally,

 

"Appendix A: Recommended Band-in-a-Box Preset Jazz Styles (Subtitled: Who needs a band?)

Super 8

 

Hear my stuff here

 

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Originally posted by guitplayer:

Hello everyone.

 

My name is William Chen.

 

I live in Taiwan, and have been assigned the future posting activity for the formum member named "guitplayer".

 

It seems "the big boss" said it was no longer cost effective for him to post here himself... so, for cost savings, they've selected me for the job.

 

I don't know anything about him, his music, or interests, and I'm not a musician... but I am a fast learner and hope to be able to contribute.

 

Also, it gives me an opportunity to practice my English. ;)

 

I've been reading the posts here this morning, and I do have many questions.

 

For example, what is a "Wewus"?

 

Or, what do you think about Chinese hip-hop?

 

I look forward to many communicating with you all.

 

Your new friend. :wave:

 

William Chen, now known as

guitplayer

You can always tell the foreigners 'cause their English is always so much better than us Americans. Er... than that of us Americans.
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I hear that they're outsourcing Nigerian scammers, now. Nigerian internet service is getting expensive with all of that outsourcing, so scammers are moving their operations to Chad, Uganda, and Eritrea where the costs are lower.

 

It is believed that within a few years, chimpanzees and mountain gorillas will be able to do most of the manual labor. This will result in even greater costs savings.

 

Laid-off Nigerian scammers have taken to the streets of the capital in protest. Several people were injured today as police fired rubber chickens into the crowd.

The Black Knight always triumphs!

 

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Originally posted by Dan South:

It is believed that within a few years, chimpanzees and mountain gorillas will be able to do most of the manual labor. This will result in even greater costs savings.

Not to mention cheaper rewrites of Shakespeare.
I've upped my standards; now, up yours.
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Well I had to take a 75% pay cut... but I got my forum posting job back...

 

That William Chen guy didn't really want it anyway from what I understand.

 

Well, add this to the "US employment" stats... 1 more job "in-sourced" back to the US!

 

guitplayer

All American, All the Time.

I'm still "guitplayer"!

Check out my music if you like...

 

http://www.michaelsaulnier.com

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