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  1. oldtimer

    French Press

    It's OK. We think you are a little girl in a man's body too.
  2. oldtimer

    NFL 2019

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nfl/nfl-100-immaculate-reception-named-greatest-play/ar-AAHBO2m?ocid=spartanntp Greatest travesty maybe, although it's neck and neck with the tuck rule call.
  3. I know what you are talking about, but you will have to prove that the pros did it that way for the soundtracks. A real whistler can do amazing things. Now, as for the controversy, my hypothesis is that the Englishman may have whistled it for the cover version, while Andressoni whistled the film version.
  4. Looks like billybob and I don't have to, possessing a pure natural talent....
  5. A good whistler uses diaphragm control and tongue and lip movements for vibrato, no hands needed.
  6. Put a hinge on the end of a couple of 2 by fours, and attach handles to the outsides of the boards. Easy, cheap, and effective instant whip percussion.
  7. Salt is good for them. It absorbs moisture and inhibits infection. It doesn't quite feel as good as lemon juice but is probably better for you.
  8. This is the extent of what I have found. There seems to be a controversy over the actual artist: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Good,_the_Bad_and_the_Ugly_(soundtrack) https://slippedisc.com/2017/03/the-man-who-whistled-up-the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly/
  9. My main regret is that there was never a saved recording produced for the film "For a Few Dollars More," it also uses whistling and to me is a better overall soundtrack.
  10. I think that is called whistling. What makes you think that is how it was done? Was there a documentary?
  11. I'm not sure what you are referring to. The trumpets used plungers for part of it. (a form of a mute)
  12. oldtimer

    Where's Amy Now?

    Happy birthday, Klipschgirl.
  13. Push for universal background checks to keep retards from gaining access to the things, or does that make too much sense?
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