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Jim Cohen

Philadelphia, PA
Post  Posted 12 Dec 2018 7:04 am    
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Steve Hitsman wrote:
I had a agent ask me to "open" the bar for him.

I hope you told him he shouldn't be drinking on the job... Wink

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Steve Hitsman

Waterloo, IL
Post  Posted 12 Dec 2018 7:18 am    
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Jim wins the internet today.
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Randy Beavers

Lebanon,TN 37090
Post  Posted 13 Dec 2018 11:50 am    
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Here I am heading to the airport within the hour. This always works, just tell them itโ€™s for a guitar like Robert Randolph plays. Works every time ๐Ÿ˜€
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Jay Coover

Seattle, WA, USA
Post  Posted 14 Dec 2018 12:19 pm    
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Weird story...I had ordered a tone bar online as that mail-bomber was having his moment back in October. The package arrived opened with no tone bar in it (replaced by insurance).

I suspect it got flagged by a detector, but strange that it didn't eventually show up.

Another true story around that same incident...I was at work checking the shipping status on my laptop and along with that was a picture of the tone bar. At that very moment a co-worker walked up behind me and had a strange look on his face regarding what was on my computer screen. I had to explain. You know what those things look like.
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Bob Cox

Buckeye State
Post  Posted 14 Dec 2018 5:10 pm     bar
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Just duct tape a couple wires to it and you should be fine
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