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FORUM CHANGE: OT is no longer OT


Sven Golly

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Effective immediately, the forum will be mandating that any thread that has ANYTHING to do with keyboards, keyboard technology, or music in general must be labelled with an "OT:" prefix.

 

This will allow the many forum users utilizing this space for discussions about planes, trains, automobiles, Sci Fi series, their most recent cable bill, the odd-looking mole on their hip, or whatever other random fucking thought pops into their heads that they must share with the community will not be sidetracked by anything related to music.

 

We thank you all for your cooperation in this matter.

 

Sincerely,

Decidedly NOT The Management

 

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planes

I need to sign up for a credit card that gets me access to secret lounges. I'm tired of living like a pleb.

trains

not a terrible way to get from SD to LA without the aggravation of traffic. Kind of pricey and it takes awhile though.

automobiles

just found out my insurance wants to DROP me because I totalled my car in Dec 2015 then got a speeding ticket in Feb of 2016. The wife is gonna love that.

Sci Fi series

Just finished season 2 of Stranger Things last night. So excellent.

their most recent cable bill

I have Playstation Vue. I have mixed feelings about it.

the odd-looking mole on their hip

no moles but more and more skin tags. :(

or whatever other random fucking thought pops into their heads that they must share with the community will not be sidetracked by anything related to music

Can't help you here I actually just played a 4 hour Bar Mitzvah gig this AM and now need to write a setlist for a corporate vocal jazz quartet hit tomorrow night AND learn a bunch of tunes for a funk band with whom I just got a gig that's playing LATER tomorrow. I'm procrastinating right now TBH.

 

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Effective immediately, the forum will be mandating that any thread that has ANYTHING to do with keyboards, keyboard technology, or music in general must be labelled with an "OT:" prefix.

 

This will allow the many forum users utilizing this space for discussions about planes, trains, automobiles, Sci Fi series, their most recent cable bill, the odd-looking mole on their hip, or whatever other random fucking thought pops into their heads that they must share with the community will not be sidetracked by anything related to music.

 

We thank you all for your cooperation in this matter.

 

Sincerely,

Decidedly NOT The Management

 

I have been trying to buy keyboards from 2004 but its impossible,

 

Nobody cares for photos of my 2013 BP

and I don't need marital advice, or girl friend advice or both at the same time.

 

And how do you expect me to make a parody of a parody ?

 

This is a big challenge , I will have to consult the experts on FB

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Wake up on the wrong side of padded cell, Sven? :freak::wacko::pop:

Hey, curb your abuse eh? Sven's just being a good Canadian, channeling the "peace, order and good government" clause at the heart of our constitution and weaving it into a shield to protect us all from getting wasted on too much "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."

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There's a forum I post atthat's dedicated to virtual instrumentsnamed VI Control. Over there, "OT" refers to Orchestral Tools, a top-notch producer of orchestral libraries.

 

Their use of the term "OT' threw me a bit at first, but I'm used to it now; so for me anyway, Sven is correct: OT is no longer OT.

 

Best,

 

Geoff

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Okay, I'm a little slow. Had to google, I mean Svengle, "moose bites Kan".

The opening credits to The Holy Grail are among my favorite of all time. As a teen, I first saw that in the theater during it's first run and had no inkling it was coming.

It was the beginning of a lifetime love affair. :Python:

 

dB

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Okay, I'm a little slow. Had to google, I mean Svengle, "moose bites Kan".

The opening credits to The Holy Grail are among my favorite of all time. As a teen, I first saw that in the theater during it's first run and had no inkling it was coming.

It was the beginning of a lifetime love affair. :Python:

 

dB

 

Holy Grail was my first exposure to Monty Python. As I was watching it, I was struck how bizarre it was. The ending shocked me so much that I had to take a holiday in Sweden.

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This will allow the many forum users utilizing this space for discussions about planes, trains, automobiles, Sci Fi series, their most recent cable bill, the odd-looking mole on their hip, or whatever other random fucking thought pops into their heads that they must share with the community will not be sidetracked by anything related to music.

 

If I have to ex-plane this again, you're going to be re-trained for your position. Any further infractions of Company Policy will lead to you losing your job, which will surely interfere your plans to be upwardly mobile. You will no longer be able to pay your monthly cable bill, which will lead to your missing the latest installment of your favorite Sci Fi series. You will also lose your insurance coverage, which will make it more difficult to pay your doctor to check the odd-looking mole on your hip.

 

Fucking, however, remains free.

 

At least for the time being.

 

Grey

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Shouldn't this be labeled OT?

 

Dan, you are missing the OP's point. ;)

I know you are not, though. :laugh:

 

But technically they don't know the change has occurred until after they read the post, but they have to read the title first. So at the time they read the title, it would be OT, but then after they read the post, it would cease to be OT.

Dan

 

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:puff:

 

`Twas brillig, and the slithy toves

Did gyre and gimble in the wabe:

All mimsy were the borogoves,

And the mome raths outgrabe.

 

"Beware the Jabberwock, my son!

The jaws that bite, the claws that catch!

Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun

The frumious Bandersnatch!"

 

He took his vorpal sword in hand:

Long time the manxome foe he sought --

So rested he by the Tumtum tree,

And stood awhile in thought.

 

And, as in uffish thought he stood,

The Jabberwock, with eyes of flame,

Came whiffling through the tulgey wood,

And burbled as it came!

 

One, two! One, two! And through and through

The vorpal blade went snicker-snack!

He left it dead, and with its head

He went galumphing back.

 

"And, has thou slain the Jabberwock?

Come to my arms, my beamish boy!

O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay!'

He chortled in his joy.

 

`Twas brillig, and the slithy toves

Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;

All mimsy were the borogoves,

And the mome raths outgrabe.

 

Just sayin'... :idk:

 

dB

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Right on, dB! In 3rd grade we were required to memorize a poem and recite it for the class. I chose that one, and absolutely flabbergasted the class (& the teacher) by reciting it without a stumble. Many of my classmates had a new found respect for me, while a number of them were just very confused...
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Right on, dB! In 3rd grade we were required to memorize a poem and recite it for the class. I chose that one, and absolutely flabbergasted the class (& the teacher) by reciting it without a stumble.

Hysterical. Pretty much the same story for me, but 5th grade. :roll:

 

My brother... :cool:

 

dB

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I was the weird kid reciting Bukowski.

 

then Mrs. Sorenson told us:

now, what we are going to

do is we are going to tell

each other what we did

during the rainstorm!

well begin in the front row

and go right around!

now, Michael, youre first!. . .

well, we all began to tell

our stories, Michael began

and it went on and on,

and soon we realized that

we were all lying, not

exactly lying but mostly

lying and some of the boys

began to snicker and some

of the girls began to give

them dirty looks and

Mrs.Sorenson said,

all right! I demand a

modicum of silence

here!

I am interested in what

you did

during the rainstorm

even if you

arent!

so we had to tell our

stories and they were

stories.

one girl said that

when the rainbow first

came

she saw Gods face

at the end of it.

only she didnt say which end.

one boy said he stuck

his fishing pole

out the window

and caught a little

fish

and fed it to his

cat.

almost everybody told

a lie.

the truth was just

too awful and

embarassing to tell.

then the bell rang

and recess was

over.

thank you, said Mrs.

Sorenson, that was very

nice.

and tomorrow the grounds

will be dry

and we will put them

to use

again.

most of the boys

cheered

and the little girls

sat very straight and

still,

looking so pretty and

clean and

alert,

their hair beautiful in a sunshine that

the world might never see

again.

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