Friday, October 31, 2003

The Pumpkin Tide

Also Richard Brautigan
I saw thousands of pumpkins last night
come floating in on the tide,
bumping up against the rocks and
rolling up on the beaches;
it must be Halloween in the sea.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Trick or Treating Down to the Sea in Ships

Richard Brautigan
From Revenge of the Lawn
As a child, I used to play Halloween as if I were a sailor and go trick or treating down to the sea in ships. My sack of candy and things were at the wheel and my Halloween mask was sails cutting through the beautiful autumn night with lights on front porches like ports of call.

Trickortreat was the captain of our ship, saying "We are only going to be in this port for a short time. I want all of you to go ashore and have a good time. Just remember we sail on the morning tide." My God, he was right! We sailed on the morning tide.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Pirate Drums, looted the Gretsches

Couple of things going on here. First, I traded the Gretsches. Yes, I know, trading drums is usually not a good idea. But, it's been almost 1 year since I had some "new" drums. And the Gretsches weren't getting played. Last time I played them with Blind Al was in August. I played them with Mac once in late August. Since then, they've just been sitting in the truck. So a budy of mine emailed and wanted to know if I knew anyone interested in a set of Roland electric drums. I told him I'd be interested if he wanted to trade. And he was. So I gave him the Gretsches and a set of Zildjian hi-hats I bought off Barry, and he gave me a Roland TD-7 drum set.
Julia seems to like them ok.

Tonight, Spork is playing at the Waterworks, dresses as pirates. For those of you not coming to the show, you can have a sneak peek of my costume. Susan said I reminded her of Mr. Smee. Of course, my belly won't be exposed. I've also realized I don't have a pirate face--I'm too boyish. I need more scars, and fewer teeth, to be an authentic pirate.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Friday Five Halloween Style

1. What was your first Halloween costume? I can't remember this. Some of the high lights would include: Dracula, Ghost with necktie, Mike the CB'er (remember CBs in the 70s?), and some kind of construction worker costume I made from brown paper bags.

2. What was your best costume and why? My current costume (a black cloak with bell sleeves and a cowl) has served me very well for many years, and is quite versatile.

3. Did you ever play a trick on someone who didn't give you a treat? No. I never had someone not give me a treat. I remember people storing eggs until they were rotten. In high school, a classmate of mine was fired from McDonalds for stealing a case of eggs. 2 1/2 dozen in a flat, 20 flats in a case, equals 600 eggs. Wow!

4. Do you have any Halloween traditions? (ie: Family pumpkin carving, special dinner before trick or treating, etc.) Not really. I always looked forward to Aunt Diana's carmel apples. But really, that's her tradition, not mine. I do break out Saint Saens Danse Macabre for a listen this time of year, though.

5. Share your favorite scary story...real or legend! Dracula is a favorite of mine, as is Sleepy Hollow. I'm also a big Poe fan. I wrote a theater pieces based on his "Masque of the Red Death, " which is probably my favorite Poe work. Oh, and I also wrote a piece on "The Pit and the Pendulum," which is another favorite. And his "The Black Cat" is a favorite too.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Wednesday, October 29, 2003

Reasons 4 Love #27

Reasons 4 Love #27

Every Wednesday those who are involved in a relationship with somebody share a few (simple but significant) reasons for their love. I love Susan because:

She had $35 extra dollars she made babysitting. Though we could use it for bills, I told her to keep it and spend it on herself. She used the money for a project where people buy toys for those less fortunate around the world. Pretty selfless, huh?
She's fun to hot-tub with.
She bought me Diet Pepsi Twist at the store. I didn't ask for it, but it was on sale, so she bought me some.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Tuesday, October 28, 2003


Last Friday, there was no Friday Five. So I pulled one out of their archives, and started it. But, I never finished it. So instead, I pulled this from Darin.

1. What is your least favorite Halloween candy? The candy apples with the red, hard, sugary outside. Don't confuse these with Aunt Diana's carmel apples. Those are divine!

2. What is the worst horror movie you've ever seen? Probably Death Row Game Show. Not really a horror, but I don't watch too many horrors.

3. What's the silliest Halloween costume you've ever worn? I went as a classic Ghost once. You know, sheet over head, eye holes cut out. Anyway, Dad was afraid I'd trip over the costume, so he tied it in place. How? Simple--In classic businessman fashion, he tied it on with a necktie. I was a ghost with a tie on. It was awful. Somewhere, a picture of that costume is still in existence.

4. What do you think of people who dress up their pets on Halloween? They have too much time on their hands. Heck, I think dogs in little doggy sweaters look dumb.

5. If you could pick George Bush's Halloween costume what would it be? I think he'd make a good Nosferatu. Something about the nose.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Thursday, October 23, 2003

Crazy Quizzes From Brewer

First best friend: Denny Davis

First real memory of something: Some kind of carnival in Rockland, and I remember Aunt Ginny being there.

First car: 83 Chevy Citation

First date: Don't really remember

First real job: McDonalds

First screen name: Don't remember

First self purchased album: I think it was some compilation of music called "Power" something. It was on 8-track. I remember it contained the tracks "Every Little Thing She Does is Magic" by The Police, "Rapture" by Blondie, "Super Freak" by Rick James, and "I Can't Fight This Feeling" by REO Speedwagon. It didn't contain anything by Sister Sledge.

First funeral: Hmm. Grammy, my great grandmother, I think. I remember I was too young to go to Nanny's (my maternal grandmother).

First pets: Spike was my first cat, and Nosey was my first (and only) dog. I can't recall if hermit crabs preceded them or not.

First piercing/tattoo: None

First credit card: JC Penney. I used it to buy Susan's engagement ring.

(There's a bunch in the Get More Here section.)

Set this day by the hand of Billy Rhythm [Link] [Get More Here]

Wednesday, October 22, 2003

Cutie Pie

Julia painted this picture today. The subject matter: Jesus is surrounded by two rainbows. The title she picked for it? "The Doom of Good."

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

A follow up to last night

Just home from a trade show. 12 hours. It's a long week for me. Luckily, the guy who producing the new TV commercial asked to reschedule. Fine by me!

Ron Von Doom over at Random Abstract noted that Darin had linked back to me. Thanks Darin! I'll get a link up to you here shortly.

Remember how Jim bought me a new pair of pants? Well, I was a little worried they wouldn't fit if they shrunk any, so I went to JC Penney to exchange them for the next size up. I shop at Penneys maybe once a year. The one here in Rockland is not very inviting. They have the windows blacked out, for crying out loud. Anyway, while I was there, I looked around. And what did I see. There were about 40 people in there--quite a few really. I looked for some pants, and guess what? They had them in my size, in stock. Heck, I tried to buy a shirt at Wal-Mart a couple of weeks ago, and only found one with a 17 1/2 neck. Of course in Penneys, they were everywhere. Sure, more expensive, but wait for a sale, and you get a deal. I'll have to shop there more frequently.

Thanks to Mack at Northern Kingdom Music. He's sent me quite a few drum students recently. Three, in fact. I now give three drum lessons on Monday, and two on Tuesday. It makes up for the complete lack of gigs recently.

I've got an idea for a cgi script: the random liberal bumper sticker generator. Note, this is copywritten by me, on the date above. The idea is to take a random poem generator, change the words, and make a random liberal bumper sticker generator. "Visualize a Cuban bake sale." "I'm pro-Tibet, and I vote."

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Tuesday, October 21, 2003

Sorry Folks... Too tired.

I've got some stuff to say, but I'm just too tired. Soon, however, I'll tell you all about my new students, my trip to JC Penney, a new link back here, and a cgi script I want to write. Until then, though, goodnight.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Sunday, October 19, 2003

Fire Engines? Again?

Check this: A 1959 American Lafrance, complete with two hose reels, and several lengths of hose. It's all decked out and ready to go. How much? $2,501. That's alot closer to $2,350 than $18,000 is! (For those of you not in the local know, the guy who bought my dream fire engine paid $3,000 for the truck, and then paid $15,000 more [you read that right--15k!!!] to have it outfitted with hose and nozels.)

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Friday, October 17, 2003

Which Princess Bride Character Are You?


Which Princess Bride Character are You?
this quiz was made by mysti

Stange thing--right now, I'm watching the directors comments of this movie. Well, not right now, but it is in the DVD player, and I watch parts of it when I have time.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Friday Five

The Friday Five

1. Name five things in your refrigerator.
Milk, chicken croquettes, a Brita water filter pitcher, condiments, eggs.

2. Name five things in your freezer.
Dorman's ice cream (thanks Mom!), a mostly eaten Nestles Crunch bar, a kielbasa, toaster pastries, and ice.

3. Name five things under your kitchen sink.
Tall kitchen garbage bags, 30 gallon trash bags, Dawn dish washing soap, spare lightbulbs, paper towels.

4. Name five things around your computer.
The one I'm currently at? My Palm Pilot, my coffee cup, and York Pepermint "Batty," two pens, and two steno pads.

5. Name five things in your medicine cabinet.
Dental floss, ibuprofen, Imitrex (for my migraines), a timer (for Julia's one minute flouride swish), and athlete's foot cream (I'm not currently under infection).

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Wednesday, October 15, 2003


It's time for me to comment. I'm not into sports. At all. Of all the sports, the one I like to watch best would be baseball. (Watch on TV that is. To watch live, I'd rather watch football. Basketball for me is also a live sport. Basketball on TV is boring to me.) And, being from Maine, I root for the Red Sox. How much do I root? Well, if I'm playing a gig, and the Sox are on, I watch it. Frequently, I like to fall asleep to the Sox on a Sunday afternoon. I know that Garciaparra does that wacky thing with his batting gloves. I know Pedro is a good pitcher, but maybe a little cocky. I know who Yaz was. Jim Rice was my favorite baseball player ever. I saw the ball go through Buckner's legs. Other than that, I'm in the dark. Is Trot Nixon right handed or left? Got no idea.

That all being said, I've listened to the games a little over the last week or so. Susan and I sat and listened to the game tonight. I was listening in the truck when the Yanks went up 6-4. I had written them off at that point. I fixed the dude's computer, and drove home. I heard the tripple and the error--was that Garciaparra that hit that? What, six inning or so? Anyway, listening was fun. I hope they go to the series. Cubs and Sox? Wicked. Last time Sox won in 1918, they beat, you guesed it, the Cubs.

We now return you to your generally sports free page.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Dream Drum Set

The artist relations manager for Ludwig posted this question over on one of the drum message boards I haunt:

" If you could have only one vintage kit and it could be anything you desire. (sic) What would it be?"

My answer? I'm not really sure. I'm leaning towards Gretsch, in standard be-bop sizes: 18" kick, 12" rack tom, 14" floor tom, and Max Roach 4"X14" snare. I'm leaning towards tangerine sparkle, but Birdland finish (Cadillac Green with gold hardware) would be nice too.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Reasons 4 Love #26

Reasons 4 Love #26

Every Wednesday those who are involved in a relationship with somebody share a few (simple but significant) reasons for their love. I love Susan because:

She is ver cute with her snooze alarm procedure. Alarm goes off, then snooze twice. (Why not set the alarm for the right time? I guess if she wakes up three times in 15 minutes, it's easier on the pschye.)
She didn't mind when I spent a bunch of time at my Kiwanis Club's "Haunted House." She even came over and helped a little.
She made me homemade macaroni and cheese for supper twice in the last week. (It's very good, but now I am sick of it.)
She understands that I can't be home frequently, and respects me for working hard.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Monday, October 13, 2003

Dave Clarke and the Frameworkers

Have you seen what's been written about Uptown Rhythm Kings guitarist David Clarke recently?

...(the) haunting chords are played by David Clark. He dances through all seven songs nimbly like the musician he is, which is an excellent one. His playing greatly compliments Goldenthal’s silky singing. Clark’s lead guitar breaks dance their way in and out of each songs complex jazz chord progression... That was in the Casco Bay Weekly.

Village Soup reported "Clarke riffs effortlessly on his electric with both a superb sense of rhythm and playfulness. His work is clean and spontaneous." (Yes, that's the same article in which he agreed that sometimes drummers cause "too much framework.")

So, yall should check out the Erdasa web site. And, if you see them live, make sure you mention to them how good that group would sound if they had a little more framework! :-)

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

The Jim Follow-Up

I played a little practical joke on my buddy Jim the other day. After the joke was over, I needed to clean up some props, so to speak. In so doing, I splashed some bleach on my pants. Jim felt bad, and bought me a new pair of pants! It wasn't his fault--it was all mine. And yet, he felt bad. And, the joke was on him!

"A greater love hath no man than this: than to buy his homey new duds when the practical joke backfires."

Thanks to Jim. A more sincere thank you I cannot give.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Friday, October 10, 2003

Props to Jim

No time for details. Will report tomorrow. But Jim is a heckuva guy.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

MMmm... Amatos!

So last night, Susan and I took Julia to see Dragon Tales in Portland. Julia was hungry as soon as we left, so we got her a Happy Meal before we left Rockland. Susan and I weren't hungry, and we decided we'd grab something on the way home. So, we stopped into Amatos. Amatos, for those of you out of state, is responsible for the Italian sandwich, as it's known up here. Ham (sometimes salami), cheese, peppers, onions, tomatoes, pickles, olives, salt, pepper, and oil. It's another of those symbiotic gestalt things, where the total is greater than the sum of the parts. And let me tell you, the Amatos version is even better than normal. Why? I'm not sure, but I have a theory on the pickles. I noticed last night that they sell jars of their pickles separately. I'm thinking they may be homemade. They had quite a bit of snap to 'em. Very delicious. Those Italians sure can cook, right WOP?

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Friday Five (haven't done this in a long time).

1. Do you watch sports? If so, which ones? Not really. Sometimes baseball. Sometimes football. Don't really care about any sport, really.

2. What/who are your favorite sports teams and/or favorite athletes? Again, don't really have any. I did like Dan Marino, as he wasn't afraid to throw the football.

3. Are there any sports you hate? Not really.

4. Have you ever been to a sports event? Never to a big stadium, but to high school games and such.

5. Do/did you play any sports (in school or other)? How long did you play? No sports for me, really. I was playing in the band. I tried soccer in Junior High for a while. Farm Team baseball in grade school. I like to target shoot .22s a little; I could see me getting into that more.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Thursday, October 9, 2003

Another dream, strange and naughty!

This one gets a little steamy... I dreamt I was hired to build a web site for the fans of porn star Jenna Jameson. (Link is PG-13.) To aid me in my research, I'd been given a stack of adult magazines by the head of the fan club. The head of the fan club? You guessed it: Charles Jones. Anyway, I had to make sure I kept the racey mags away from my Mom. So I was then in my bedroom (which was not my actual bedroom), doing my research, when my Mom came in. In reality, though, she was my stepmom. Yup, my Dad had remarried. What happened to actuall Mom I don't know, but Dad had remarried some young hottie with short brown hair. In a Freudian turn of events, my stepmom and I started with the freaky-deaky. And of course, who walks in during all this taboo? You guessed it: my brother Mike. Where he came from is beyond me. Anyway, after much stammering, I explained to Mike and stepmom I had to leave because I needed to, you guessed it, go fight the Gemans.

So then I'm on this ridge in an Army outfit, with a platoon of other guys. We're next to some little shed like structure, and we're all talking and working and what-not. Just then, I looked down and saw a platoon of Germans heading towards us. They'd heard us, and were coming to investigate. Immediately, the boys and I start talking in German. The Germans, hearing us more clearly know, recognize we're speaking their native tongue, and turn out. In a strange twist of fate, another English speaking group hidden in the bushes on top of the ridge hear us speaking German. They assume we are in fact Germans, and so open fire on us. We're yelling at them to stop, but they can't hear us over the friendly fire. So what's left for us to do but climb into a waiting Cesna and escape via air. The pilot takes off, and we're suddenly flying between the buildings of downtown NYC. He's trying to loose our attackers. Of course, they didn't have a plane, so they weren't chasing us at all.

Once the pilot is satisfied they're not on our tail, he turns back and lands back where we started from. We had just stopped when my Dad pulls up in an old Packard limo. He gets out, and has this really strange beard. It was like Ho Chi Minh's, but without the moustache part--just really long hair coming down from under his chin. And, he had all the brown bags of skin stuck to his face. Big ones too. They looked like bloated leaches all over his face. I said "Dad, you've got tumors all over your face." He said, rolling his eyes "I know, but your mother (meaning my step-mother) says it's nothing."

Then I woke up.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Wednesday, October 8, 2003

Survey Says: Snare Drum Purchases Down

From my Jan 1 post of this year: "I will make a resolution, though. I resolve to buy fewer snare drums this year!"

I've not bought a drum this year at all! 10 months, and not a drum purchased! I wonder if I can go a whole year... I hope I don't have to!

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Quiz: The Religion of 'Star Wars'

I got a 100. I didn't do very well on the Orthodox Liturgical Call-and-Response quiz. Then again, I'm not Orthodox. Either type... I got 7 of 8 right on the Foods of the Bible quiz. (I missed the nut one.)

Also, my Vastu type is Kapha. Your constitution shows a likely kapha (water) dosha. According to "Vastu Living," someone with a kapha dosha should not sleep or work in the northeast quadrant, which is the realm of water. (I have NO IDEA what any of that means.)

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Tuesday, October 7, 2003

Some quiz I stole from Brewer

[Spell your first name back wards]: llib
[Are you a lesbian?]: Well, I do like girls...
[How old?]: 31
[Where do you live?]: Rockland ME
[4 words that sum you up]: funny, moody, plain, round

[Wallet]: black eelskin, in need of replacing.
[Hairbrush]: none. Comb, please.
[Toothbrush]: Some green one I got from the dentist.
[Jewelry worn daily]: wedding ring.
[Pillow cover]: Umm... Whatever matches the comforter right now.
[Blanket]: Puh-leaze. Like I care what my blanket looks like.
[Coffee cup]: Purple Maleficent and dragon Disney Villain mug from Sleeping Beauty.
[Sunglasses]: none, but I need some cheap Blues Bros. style soon.
[Underwear]: boxers. Scooby Doo today.
[Shoes]: brown lace-up kinda casual things.
[Handbag]: A black nylon shoulder bag that I got as a freshman in college.
[Favorite top]: oxford button down
[Favorite pants]: basic pleated khakis.
[Cologne/Perfume]: Whatever is handy. I don't really wear it. I have a bottle of Joop I've had for years. Susan prefers Polo.
[CD in stereo right now]: Pete Drooge's "Necktie Second"
[Tattoos]: None. Nor will there be.
[Piercings]: See tattoos.
[What you are wearing now]: khakis, Scooby boxers, blue MIS shirt, same brown shoes from above, tan socks.
[Hair]: brown, in need of a cut.
[Makeup]: zip

WHO or WHAT (was/is/are) -
[In my mouth]: nothing.
[In my head]: thoughts of a walnut snare drum
[Wishing]: See above
[After this]: a bite to eat
[Talking to]: no one
[Eating:]: not yet
[Fetishes]: white t-shirts and blue jeans
[If you could get away with it and murder anyone, who and for what reason?]: No one springs to mind right quick. Maybe Arafat. But probably not.
[Person you wish you could see right now]: my grandfather
[Is next to you]: a phone
[Some of your favorite movies]: Stars Wars, Amadaus, Citizen Kane, most submarine movies.
[Something you're looking forward to in the upcoming months]: Not much, really.
[The last thing you ate?]: a bagel.
[Something that you are deathly afraid of?]: losing an eye

[Do you like candles]: as much as the next guy
[Do you like hot wax]: what, poured on me? Or as a treatment for excess hair? Either way, I don't really know.
[Do you like incense]: a little.
[Do you like the taste of blood]: not really
[Do you believe in love]: yes
[Do you believe in soul mates]: have one of my own
[Do you believe in love at first sight]: yes
[Do you believe in Heaven]: yes, and I'm going there
[Do you believe in forgiveness]: Yes
[Do you believe in God]: Yes
[What do you want done with your body when you die]: Stuck in the ground with a cool grave stone in a creepy cemetery.
[Who is your worst enemy?]: I don't really have any
[If you could have any animal for a pet]: A newfie or an English sheepdog.
[What is the latest you've ever stayed up]: I haven't really kept track. 48 hours maybe.
[Ever been to Belgium?]: no
[Can you eat with chopsticks]: yes, but not skillfully.
[What's your favorite coin?]: a six pence.
[What are 5 cities you wouldn't mind relocating to?]: Austin, Spruce Head, somewhere in the UK, somewhere in Italy, never to France
[What are some of your favorite pig out foods?]: Hostess cup cakes. Pizza Hut's "Big New Yorker." Chocolate.
[What's something that you wish people would understand?]: There's only one way to heaven, and being a nice person isn't enough.
[What's something you wish you could understand better?]: my wife
[Anyone you miss that you haven't seen in a long time?]: Father.
[What's one thing you want to make happen for tomorrow?]: I can't think about tomorrow. I've got enough crap on my plate for today.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Saturday, October 4, 2003

All right!

Women find Men who do housework sexy.

Hey baby... While you were gone, I washed the kitchen floor, did a load of dishes, cleaned the windows, did a couple loads of laundry, changed the oil in both vehicles, and recaulked the bath tub!

I'm glad you'll be home soon! ;-)

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Pray for Dad, please

Seems that Dad may be suffering some consequences from his battle with kidney cancer. No real details yet, but they found some "spots" on his lungs and remaing kidney. So please keep my dad (Bill Sr.) in your prayers.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

What a wild few days!

So of course Susan's been gone to the Women of Faith conference in Connecticut since about noon Thursday. So I've been full-time Daddy since then. Julia's been terrific! You couldn't ask for a better behaved child. Even yesterday, when I was changing oil in the cars--she didn't want to help, and her friends were still in school (she only goes to half day kindergarten). Still, she climbed in the back of my truck, and built a little house amongst the drum cases, and played by herself, happily, for an hour. Yesterday and today she helped me wash windows. She's always picked up when I asked her to. Just great!

Last night, we had a "party," she and I. She didn't get the balloons she wanted, but we did go to McDonalds like she wanted, and we watched Barbie and Swan Lake, like she wanted. She got to stay up late, and lasted 'til 9:15 before she said she was too tired to go on. This morning, we had a good breakfast to re-group: sausage, holes-in-the-middle, coffee and orange juice. She's now gone swiming with Mack and Amy for the afternoon, which allowed me to go to the dump.

I'm listening to some vinyl that Chick gave a few months back. Buddy Rich and his band. It's in remarkably good shape. Especially after a vacuum on the Record Doctor. I lent my record cleaning machine to a friend a couple of months ago. He's a record collector, and I mentioned this machine enthusiastically. I said "This $200 record cleaner is one of the best improvements in sound for the dollar." He scoffed. I lent him the machine. He's a convert now! So for two months, I've been cleaning only with a dry brush that Jim gave me. As soon as I got the machine back, I put a piece of vinyl on there I had been listening too, only dry brushed. It sounded so much better after a vacuum, you would hardly believe it. But it's true. A record vacuum is a must have for good vinyl collections.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Wednesday, October 1, 2003

Reasons 4 Love #25

Reasons 4 Love #25

Every Wednesday those who are involved in a relationship with somebody share a few (simple but significant) reasons for their love. I love Susan because:

She is attending the "Women of Faith" conference again this year.
She is comfortable enough to leave our daughter in my care.
She made me a list of "who needs to be where, when," so I can keep track of things. After all, I don't do her routine every week.
She's not upset I can't pull off the "While You Where Out" dinning room makeover of new harwood floor and wallpaper.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

Ghost pedal auction

Dig this auction for two GHOST pedals. I sent him an email complimenting his copywriting. He thanked me for having a very knowledgable web site from which he could lift the info. (No problem with that--speading info is what the page is there for.) Already he's up to $150. He's getting good money for those.

According to the prophecy of: Billy Rhythm [Link]

About me: