It's easy to tell who the critically acclaimed author AP Merillat is. Just put a bass in their hands, close your eyes, and see who sounds like a cross between Macca, Jack Bruce, Donald "Duck" Dunne and Carole Kaye.
Posts: 2578 | Location: The Great State of Texas | Registered: December 26, 2001
Wow, thanks Greg, if you're the real Greg. But if you put a bass in my hands, I might kiss it and release it, just like Bill Dance does when he hooks a big lunker hog. And to the other AP, I have to warn you that I may have tarnished your reputation and your trek through this life by using your cool name. You might be much better off with a better, more pleasant name, such as JB or Scott or even GG. Exit only and check out my website.
quote: And to the other AP, I have to warn you that I may have tarnished your reputation and your trek through this life by using your cool name.
Well, I've been refered to as "AP" for nearly 30 years by various persons. But, rest assured, I would never take offense if I were mistaken for you. If I could only get so lucky....
Alas, unlike you, fish laugh at the sound of my (full) name and not a sole would dare bother to raise a quill to record any of my attempts at poem-makin'.
Please don't think I was trying to steal your nickname. And I hope others realize I'm not trying to infringe on your territory, whether geographic or intellectual. Hopefully by now people realize I'm just a poor lackey #2 who is (literally) stationed at the last post before you leave this blessed state. Nothing more, and sometimes less.
After a few days of analysis, I find I really like all the changes but the size of the lead photo. (Maybe this photo irks me!) Anyone else find it (or the topic photos below) takes up too much space on their screen making it difficult to check out the topics at the bottom of the screen without scrolling? Seeing the photo is fine, but it will change infrequently I assume. In contrast, the topics will change more often and, as an avid reader of the TDCAA site, those are what I really want to see.
Posts: 586 | Location: Denton,TX | Registered: January 08, 2007