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    Just dropping in to say hello to everyone. I have used Linux desktops for a few months now; and I have decided to learn more. I thought this site was a good place to start.

    Hope to meet some of you soon,
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    Welcome to the forum.
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    Excellent great place for good questions.

    Plus if you're a Jazz fan you get ten extra credits.
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    Welcome to a friendly place

    Quote Originally Posted by docbop View Post
    Plus if you're a Jazz fan you get ten extra credits.
    If you mean Dixieland then oh yes, but if you mean the stuff that sounds like me trying to get a note out of a trumpet then I'll take my -10 please

    By the way, I had no idea you do that with a kazoo and a toilet roll!
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    Quote Originally Posted by elija View Post
    Welcome to a friendly place


    If you mean Dixieland then oh yes, but if you mean the stuff that sounds like me trying to get a note out of a trumpet then I'll take my -10 please

    By the way, I had no idea you do that with a kazoo and a toilet roll!
    Only if the Dixieland is King Oliver with Louis Armstrong.

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    Howdy and Welcome. Musical tastes are a matter for the "buds". Guess what. It is "Bud Thirty for Me".
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    Louis was a big fan of the bud as it happens. Awesome track. Thanks docbop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregm View Post
    Louis was a big fan of the bud as it happens. Awesome track. Thanks docbop!
    Stories have it his handkerchief contained a powdery substance (that was legal back then). He was always smilin' and the father of modern Jazz improvisation.
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    Good choice Labrat Have fun learning!

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