You know how it is...

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Charlie Schultz
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You know how it is...

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when you thought you had something but can't find it. So maybe you lent it out or it got lost in a move? So you order a replacement... and three days after it arrives, you find the one you were looking for.

So here's a giveaway for (legitimately) registered MIMF members: The Big Red Book of American Lutherie, Volume Two, 1988-1990 (topic index: http://www.luth.org/images/books/brb2_index.PDF)

Here's how it works:
- If you're interested, reply to this discussion by 9 PM US CDT on September 30th- I'll assign a number to everyone that responds (duplicate entries and bogus user names will be ignored).
- Shortly after the September 30th deadline, we'll use an on-line random number generator to pick the winner. USA shipping (only) included.

Charlie

JC Whitney
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Re: You know how it is...

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Ooh, that's the good old days. Count me in. Thank you Charlie.

Brian Evans
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Re: You know how it is...

Post by Brian Evans »

I'm in, lucky number two maybe?

Gordon Bellerose
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Re: You know how it is...

Post by Gordon Bellerose »

Is this one open to members who have won already this year?
If so, count me in.
I need your help. I can't possibly make all the mistakes myself!

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Peter Wilcox
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Re: You know how it is...

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Yo.
Maybe I can't fix it, but I can fix it so no one can fix it

Bill Raymond
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Re: You know how it is...

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I'm in.

Randy Roberts
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Re: You know how it is...

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Ooooooo, me too. Have 3 onwards but not 2.

Bob Orr
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Re: You know how it is...

Post by Bob Orr »

I am in too. Just done the same thing with my hand drill!

Bob

Bob Francis
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Re: You know how it is...

Post by Bob Francis »

yes please

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Karl Wicklund
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Re: You know how it is...

Post by Karl Wicklund »

Count me in! Thanks.
Kaptain Karl

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Dan Smith
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Re: You know how it is...

Post by Dan Smith »

Very generous of you Charlie!
I always need new reading material.
Dan
Ever-body was kung fu fight-in,
Them kids was fast as light-nin.

Bob Shanklin
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Count me in, I'll cover shipping to Canada.

Bob

Andy Bounsall
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Include me please.

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Mark Swanson
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I have that book, and it's a goodie! Good luck everyone!
  • Mark Swanson, guitarist, MIMForum Staff

Clay Schaeffer
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I would be interested in it.

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Butch Brookshier
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Hope springs eternal, so I'm in.
My avatar is my incredibly life-like self portrait.

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Charlie Schultz
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Re: You know how it is...

Post by Charlie Schultz »

Geez, it's October already.

The entries in chronological order:
1 JC Whitney
2 Brian Evans
3 Gordon Bellerose
4 Peter Wilcox
5 Bill Raymond
6 Randy Roberts
7 Bob Orr
8 Bob Francis
9 Karl Wicklund
10 Dan Smith
11 Bob Shanklin
12 Andy Bounsall
13 Clay Schaeffer
14 Butch Brookshier

And the winner is... #9- Karl Wicklund (please PM me your mailing address).
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Bob Francis
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Post by Bob Francis »

Congrats Karl

Andy Bounsall
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Re: You know how it is...

Post by Andy Bounsall »

I think you should've started at the bottom of the list of "random" numbers Charlie. :)

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Karl Wicklund
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PM coming! Wahoo'
Kaptain Karl

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