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    Senior Member Styxx's Avatar
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    Talking Musical terms.

    My niece was over today and announced she will start playing the violin next month in school.
    Uncle Mike she asks, "What does Pizzacatto mean?"
    I told her that meant play faster because the Pizza will be here soon!
    The little ones, ya gotta love 'em!
    Styxx

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    Re: Musical terms.

    As opposed to the PizzaTaco from TacoBell and PizzaHut?

    Hey, same company....

    I just don't want to know what happens when their other branches jump in:

    KFC, A&W, and LG Silvers.

    The 'RootTunaPizzaTacoWing'

    Heaven help us if Yum foods decides to become Yum Music....

    Sample libraries that only play if your fingers are greasy, and holding a can of Pepsi is your dongle.

    ...nevermind.

    Already been done.


    Michael

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    Re: Musical terms.

    [quote=Styxx
    The little ones, ya gotta love 'em! [/quote]

    Well, yes, depending on how they are cooked (paraphrase of W.C. Field).

    In truth, yes, I truly enjoy them, but in small doses, after which I say, "Young Mother, here is your darling returned to you".

    My grandchildren are grown, as well as far away, but some of my younger nieces and nephews have youngsters, and I quite love to seem them now and then.

    Richard

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