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#322245 - 09/13/10 10:53 AM Re: Attendees; 30 Year Anniversary Celebration [Re: medic8r]
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Thanks for the group pictures guys. I unfortunately didn't meet onn either, which is a shame.
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#322246 - 09/13/10 10:55 AM Re: Attendees; 30 Year Anniversary Celebration [Re: medic8r]
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So for those of you who hadn't heard the M-80v3 model before your party, how'd they sound compared to the v2 model?
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#322247 - 09/13/10 11:03 AM Re: Attendees; 30 Year Anniversary Celebration [Re: BBIBH]
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Originally Posted By: BBIBH

Not sure what people are referring to with Murph's Island moonshine, I had 2 glasses, and thought it was delightful!


Mike, the moonshine almost melted the cup I was drinking it from. I certainly hope they didn't contain bisphenol A because the moonshine definitely changed the chemical structure of me smile .
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#322248 - 09/13/10 11:11 AM Re: Attendees; 30 Year Anniversary Celebration [Re: kordeo]
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Originally Posted By: kordeo
So for those of you who hadn't heard the M-80v3 model before your party, how'd they sound compared to the v2 model?


To be honest, I'd really have to do a comparison of the two in the same room. With John's setup, the v3's were amazingly smooth. My first impression was that they sounded cleaner than my v2's, but our rooms couldn't be more different.

Obviously not a big help to you, but maybe others can chime in on the sonic differences.

Scott
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#322253 - 09/13/10 11:51 AM Re: Attendees; 30 Year Anniversary Celebration [Re: Ya_basta]
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Originally Posted By: wheelz999
Is there a chance that someone could add everybody's name and forum nick to the group picture I posted? It would be really nice knowing who everyone is.


BobKay and myself were on a tour so we are not included as well. frown
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#322255 - 09/13/10 11:57 AM Re: Attendees; 30 Year Anniversary Celebration [Re: onn]
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Originally Posted By: onn
BobKay and myself were on a tour so we are not included as well. frown

Someone could photoshop the missing people (but who were there) in with the group?
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#322257 - 09/13/10 11:58 AM Re: Attendees; 30 Year Anniversary Celebration [Re: a401classic]
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A special shout out and thank you to chesseroo, who thus far has been understandably conspicuous by his absence.

After Murph cautioned everyone to NOT open the moonshine bottle near an open flame, chess, in a selfless example of concern for everyone's safety, took it upon himself to transfer the moonshine in a safe storage area (his stomach) to avoid any possibility of explosion.

By now, I expect he may have regained consciousness, as well as full command of his vowels and consonants. I am sure he will contribute as soon as he finds his way out of the woods.

Given the camaraderie of the weekend, I think it only fair that we band together and help chess fill in the major memory gaps he is experiencing. But please - speak softly.

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#322259 - 09/13/10 12:00 PM Re: Attendees; 30 Year Anniversary Celebration [Re: onn]
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Looks like a great time was had by all. Nice to have more faces to go with the names. I can only hope to be able to make it for the next big Axiom event.
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#322260 - 09/13/10 12:01 PM Re: Attendees; 30 Year Anniversary Celebration [Re: onn]
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Sorry Cam wasn't in it, but as you'll see from the couple of shots I AM in, that it's a good thing for everyone, really. AND, I look drunker than anyone....... and I don't do alkiehol!
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#322261 - 09/13/10 12:03 PM Re: Attendees; 30 Year Anniversary Celebration [Re: Ray3]
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No, no, no! You help fill in a souse's memory with information of your own invention! How do you think a non-alky, non-druggy could get though music AND art colleges!
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