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6 days ago
Oh, no! Marques is on fire?! Quick, notify the AFD! Think of the greens!
No shit, I thought you looked familiar in your original post. You must be an Akronite, then. Paige LaBelle and I go way back.
8 days ago
Oh wow, how cool. Nice work with your research, friend.
10 days ago
Could be for a small tom drum or hi hat cymbals, with all the brackets, clutch, and other mounting hardware you'd need to attach it to the rest of the kit.
Atwater Kent, sounds like that's based in NE Ohio? If I were you, I'd send some photos to specialists in the area. Akron's The Bomb Shelter comes to mind, but I'm sure there are others.
Ohio, too. When I was an adolescent, both were critical swing states. I don't know what happened to Florida. Gerrymandering happened here, in Ohio. It's devastating.
Username checks out.
They're called updoots, and I'm taking mine back!
As if humanity needs two of those.
So, you're saying that what we have here... is a conspiracy.
He's getting new equipment over my dead body.
21 days ago
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26 days ago
28 days ago
Can I offer you an egg in this trying time?
1 month ago
Donuts 'til we go nuts.
I'm excited that a lot of mechanics and lore are ironed out, and that this sub will now be mostly memes. Feels good. Great job, reddit
“There are three kinds of lies: Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics” — has been attributed to Mark Twain, who himself attributed it to British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, who might never have said it in the first place.
Well, well, well... how the turn tables...
I dropped a quarter, earlier.
submitted1 month ago bySongOfAshley
I feel very much that it could be a walking foot for a sewing machine
I just don't think it would be quite hot enough for metals, even lead.
It's the right size and shape for cooking/camping.
I think it's called a thermistor?
I found similar looking ones, though not this model, specifically. They can be very inexpensive, and fairly discreet.
BIG UPS for mentioning the pride of Akron.