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This is one of my favorite Dylan moments. Back before we had the bandwidth to share this stuff online, I went to great lengths to get this show--and this tour. Dylan's bearing a cross that nobody quite understands. His telling the audience to rock and roll "in the pit" is quite notable. Wow.
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Fascinating. Amen, Bob.
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May I ask what brand of cyanoacrylate glue is that,and if possible--where would I purchase the tips you are using? It's a little more expensive, but in the long run it appears to save a lot of hassle.
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+Rick McQuay Yep, that's a good brand, and it's often available at r/c shops.  Pacer (ZAP! brand) isn't bad either.
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Ha ha... My buddy Russell and I did the same thing--and probably met that same guard. He said, "Um....can I help you guys?" Then told us, verbatim: "You boys best be movin' along..." We've been doing that ever since. Great story. Bob's rottweilers also were a bit of a deterrent, I'll add.
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+JC Haywire I always claimed the bus was a '64, but it was a 1962. Sold to another hippie searcher on July 1, 1993.
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Kind of muddled mix, and the singer's got so much midrange scooped out, it's not clear what pitch he's singing. Still Hlubek's lead is a nice one. Wait, is this that lineup?
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+MeTuLHeD Excellent point. And keep in mind there's a lot of steps in the signal path between me and that show in 1983. 
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I'm wondering if you got a chance to test this "at pitch," meaning at the tension actually played. It looks like the tuner will always tune the low strings sharp, as it stops at a tension (lightly plucked) below that you'd get when actually producing music on the instrument. Still, this seems like it will be standard in just a few years or less.
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4:06 Jake! 

So I was loading a couple sheets of plywood onto the top of the xB and I told my 6-year-old son, "Hey, see that guy? That guy in the green over there. He's famous. He's a singer that has a really wild band and stuff." He says, "Is he like Daft Punk?" "Well," I said, "he's not really famous in that way. But around here people pretty much know him and his cool band." 

"Wow! Let's go see his band!" And we headed out of the Menards parking lot with the plywood. Thanks for the awesome music, Mike.
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I hope everybody was wearing deodorant.
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You didn't mention the coil and capacitor also inside the housing. I just took mine apart. It appears the coil is energized by a nearby magnetic field, not necessarily a magnet--but a field of some sort. It induces a current in the coil, a magnetic field--and that seems to pop the balls. I'm sure I'm only vaguely describing this right.
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I wonder how this was made. It sounds like a studio-remixed 'live' performance of some sort--and then they filmed this scene to go with it. Wouldn't it be nice if live performances could be recorded without microphones?
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Our family has stayed in hotels in a dozen or more countries worldwide, from fancy places in Tokyo to Vietnam, Cambodia, and all over the US. This hotel was truly frightening, but we didn't leave. Barely. A huge gap under the door, factory-like atmosphere, and a feeling of insecurity. It truly is an experience like "The Shining." Please note that there are several fake reviews apparently written by insiders to skew the ratings on this horrible facility. Avoid. Avoid. Avoid.
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I wrote this super long review and Edith pressed the power button on the CPU here at the store and shut it down on me! This one will be far less mellifluous. Long story short, this place has what I was looking for--sort of. They didn't have a PCI to SATA adapter in the olde classic slot style, but I ended up impulse-buying a couple power y-adapters for my XP system. The kindly salesperson here informed me that Microsoft is ending their support of XP. The nerve of them! Anyway, I had a great experience here and will return. If you need an older Vista system, and you're not doing astrophysics in your home, chances are you'll save yourself a big wad of cash. Then you can go over to Half Price Books next door and pick up a Robert Crumb coffee table book--that one where he illustrates the Book of Genesis. I know this is what you're going to do, so get movin'.
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