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briant
Junior
Username: briant

Post Number: 15
Registered: 12-2004
Posted on Wednesday, November 21, 2007 - 1:37 pm:   Edit Post

Solid. That's ~15 minutes from my house. And so far I don't have a gig that night! I'll be there. :-)
kimberly
Intermediate Member
Username: kimberly

Post Number: 159
Registered: 1-2007
Posted on Thursday, November 22, 2007 - 11:25 am:   Edit Post

Hi Briant, :-)

It'll be nice to see you again, that is assuming you *will be making it* to the Bass Rumble the previous weekend... yes? ;)

Best Regards,

Kimberly :-)
kimberly
Intermediate Member
Username: kimberly

Post Number: 164
Registered: 1-2007
Posted on Thursday, December 06, 2007 - 1:04 am:   Edit Post

A reminder I'm playin' the Global Bean Coffee Traders in Silverdale, WA. Friday December 7th 8:00pm-10:00pm. :-)

This is a sweet gig. The owners are musicians and it's a 'people come to hear the music' instead of the 'people come to socialize with each other' gig. Nice room, nice acoustics.

The Global Bean Coffee Traders
2021 NW Myhre Ave.
Silverdale, WA 98383
360.692.9582
www.theglobalbean.com

I've also been extended through January at the Casa Luna in Poulsbo, WA.

This is another sweet gig. They've let me book other gigs, (Bass Rumble and Three Lions) and then come back after it's all said and done. Really nice folks. I recommend it highly, not only for the entertainment ;), but for the food which is awesome. :-)

Casa De Luna Of Poulsbo
18830 Front Street Northeast
Poulsbo, WA 98370
360-779-7676

Best Regards,

Kimberly :-)
kimberly
Intermediate Member
Username: kimberly

Post Number: 172
Registered: 1-2007
Posted on Thursday, December 27, 2007 - 6:40 pm:   Edit Post

Flash gig and two more dates. :-)

New Years Eve. 8:00-12:00+ Possible split bill with a jazz piano guy. If he doesn't show, it's going to be a long night. ;)

January 11th. 8:00-10:00pm

February 15th. 8:00-10:00pm

All ages venue.

The Global Bean Coffee Traders
2021 NW Myhre Ave.
Silverdale, WA 98383
360.692.9582
www.theglobalbean.com

Best Regards,

Kimberly :-)
davehouck
Moderator
Username: davehouck

Post Number: 5877
Registered: 5-2002
Posted on Thursday, December 27, 2007 - 6:57 pm:   Edit Post

New Year's Eve; cool!
kimberly
Intermediate Member
Username: kimberly

Post Number: 173
Registered: 1-2007
Posted on Thursday, December 27, 2007 - 9:43 pm:   Edit Post

Hey Dave. :-)

You know, it's still kind of a shock to me I'm gigging as much as I am as a solo bassist and I have high hopes and strong indications I'll be gigging even more in the new year. :-)

My first anniversary is the first week in January and to say it's been an interesting year is very much an understatement. I went into my first gig with 14 songs, a lot of heart and strong improv skills ;). I'm runnning about 45 tunes now with about half of them originals. It's no exaggeration when I say I'm having the time of my life musically as a solo bassist. :-)

I think more importantly is I'm 'living proof' it can be done without being 'world class' so to speak. To date I've inspired at least a few other bassists to at a minimum entertain the thought of becoming a soloist. I wish you all the best. :-)

Happy New Year to One and All. :-)

Best Regards,

Kimberly :-)
white_cloud
Intermediate Member
Username: white_cloud

Post Number: 153
Registered: 11-2007
Posted on Friday, December 28, 2007 - 4:55 am:   Edit Post

Kimberly, you rock! All the best for the year ahead:-)
davehouck
Moderator
Username: davehouck

Post Number: 5879
Registered: 5-2002
Posted on Friday, December 28, 2007 - 7:18 am:   Edit Post

Kimberly, your example is certainly inspiring. It appears that I'm changing my approach in that I've started practicing on my six string. I'm thinking that some of the things I am working on will be a lot more interesting if not confined to four strings. There will be a learning curve, I get lost fairly quickly on the six string, so it will be a while; but that's ok, learning is fun too!
olieoliver
Senior Member
Username: olieoliver

Post Number: 1665
Registered: 2-2006
Posted on Friday, December 28, 2007 - 7:27 am:   Edit Post

Very cool Kimberly. I've thought about trying some solo gigs but there's just not many venues for that in my area.

Dave, try taking ONLY your 6 string on a few gigs, this way you have to play it. Thats how I made the adjustment on playing 6 and 8 string. Yea I made some mistakes but it I had to learn to "swim or drown" so to speak.

Happy New Year folks,
Olie
davehouck
Moderator
Username: davehouck

Post Number: 5880
Registered: 5-2002
Posted on Friday, December 28, 2007 - 7:38 am:   Edit Post

Olie; to get more specific, I need to get together with Mica to address a problem with one of the saddles on my six string before I can take it out of the house. And ideally, I'm looking to pick up one with a classic taper neck instead of the comfort taper I have now. But yes, you're right; at some point I need to get out of the house and just play.
kimberly
Intermediate Member
Username: kimberly

Post Number: 174
Registered: 1-2007
Posted on Friday, December 28, 2007 - 6:39 pm:   Edit Post

Hi Guys. :-)

Thanks for the responses. I really didn't expect them, as after posting my last I said to myself, 'Sheesh...where did all that come from? You need to get a life girl!' and thought about deleting it. I'm glad I didn't now. Thanks again for the responses Guys. :-)

Hi John - Nice to see you again and thank you for your compliment. :-) All the best to you and yours also. Very nice profile pic by the way. :-)

Hi Dave - We've got to stop meeting like this! :D Best of times with your sixer and I hope you get the saddle problem settled quickly. I remember switching to my 'fiver' from my four and had the same issues with 'getting lost'. Six boggles my brain, though I have to confess to thinking about a seven. ;) I need to run to Bass Northwest and check out the Conklin they have while it's still there. It'll be the first time I've ever tried playing a bass with more than five. I really wonder about the neck width issue. Anyway, when it's time most likely I'll go with a custom Alembic six. It just seems like six should be plenty enough for me. :-) Brings to mind, what's your tuning? E-f? E-e? B-c? B-b? ;)

Olie - Dude, I am so sorry I didn't schedule the time to get together when I was in Louisiana earlier this year. Truly a regret. For sure, it's a done deal next time through. Promise. :-)

If I might make a suggestion? Work some material up and then find yourself some open mikes. Sure, people will look at you strange when you say you want to play solo bass. Matter of fact, you can count on it! :D But. Your instrument and your music will speak for you! That's when I've found the 'light goes on' for just about everywhere and for everyone I've ever played for. I can't tell you how many times I've heard, and this is nearly verbatim because it's about the same every time. "I couldn't/didn't understand what the big deal was about going to see some bass player until I heard you play". S'truth. Many, many times I've heard that same thing. And as I've said myself many a time, one of the biggest challenges for me is the 'education' of the club owner/manager/public in general, that being a solo bassist doesn't mean playing a bass solo all night long. It's the getting in the door that's one of the tough ones. The gigs are there, you just have to educate/show them that they want you. ;)

Anyway, (hypothetical question) ;), how much more 'pure' can your music and playing your instrument be, then when playing as a soloist? Major, major sweetness and high, high coolness quotient. It's also rumored it could be addictive. Try it, I bet you'll like it. ;)

And with (all) that, a very good weekend to one and all and a most awesome new year! :-)

Best Regards,

Kimberly, whose life is very, very good. :-)

(Warning. Shameless self-promotion follows.) ;)

http://www.myspace.com/bassplayerkimberly

http://www.youtube.com/bassplayerkimberly
davehouck
Moderator
Username: davehouck

Post Number: 5884
Registered: 5-2002
Posted on Friday, December 28, 2007 - 9:10 pm:   Edit Post

B to C.

I've been working on some things on the four string; but before I can start working with them on the six, I need to practice scales for a while. And that's ok since I like practicing scales!

Have a great New Years Gig!
kimberly
Intermediate Member
Username: kimberly

Post Number: 175
Registered: 1-2007
Posted on Tuesday, January 01, 2008 - 7:53 pm:   Edit Post

Hi Guys. :-)

A video from last night from somewhere around the end of the second set. As I had a 'feeling' the piano guy bailed and it was a long night. All told though it was real gas and much to my surprise I actually had material left over at the end of the night. Of course since I can 'stretch things out a bit' I shouldn't have been surprised. ;)

I call this one 'Coppin a Feel'. ;)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YScsxiZIFgg

Best regards to one and all and a very happy new year.

Kimberly :-)
davehouck
Moderator
Username: davehouck

Post Number: 5907
Registered: 5-2002
Posted on Tuesday, January 01, 2008 - 8:25 pm:   Edit Post

Cool! You do indeed look like you're having a great time! Congrats on the show!
richbass939
Senior Member
Username: richbass939

Post Number: 906
Registered: 11-2004
Posted on Tuesday, January 01, 2008 - 8:41 pm:   Edit Post

Kimberly,
Very nice. I've always enjoyed the clips you have put up on Youtube. I was wondering about your gear setup. I bought a Jamman looper this past year (largely inspired by the stuff you do with a bass and looper). I also play Epics (I have a 4 and a 5). I have found that my sound is a bit muddy when I have 2 or 3 things going. Do you just make sure you don't do different parts in the same range or do you change the EQ settings on the different parts? I see you reach down occasionally and adjust something. Any suggestions for me?
Rich
BTW, I really liked the "sax" sound you soloed with.
kimberly
Intermediate Member
Username: kimberly

Post Number: 177
Registered: 1-2007
Posted on Wednesday, January 02, 2008 - 12:49 am:   Edit Post

Hi Guys. :-)

Thanks Dave! :-) Just between you and me, there ought to be a law against having so much fun. ;) I'm not exaggerating when I say my soloist project is exceeding my expectations. It's been an interesting year to say the least. :-)

Rich - Heya, long time no see and thank you. :-) To try and answer your question, (congrats on the JamMan btw), have a seat and let me first establish my setup. :-)

My looper and synth patches are 'tied together' via midi, so if I select patch #50 on the looper, the synth tracks the looper patch selection and changes to patch #50 also. So, I have my synth patch numbers matched up to my looper patch numbers, with the appropriate synth voice for the tune, to keep button pushes and knob spins to a minimum. Cool? :-)

In this video I believe I first changed my synth patch, as 'Coppin a Feel' is patch #50 on the looper and the sax/synth patch I used is on patch #29, so I had to manually change the synth patch from #50 to #29. I can do this via the midi controls on my bass, but as it would take 21 pushes of a button, it was quicker to reach down and 'spin a knob'. :-) As I said in the previous paragraph normally I'd have the patches matched up, but as this was an 'impulsive/improv' sax solo, I wasn't prepared in advance. :-)

So, I went to patch #29 on the synth to play the sax patch/voice I wanted and then I believe I bumped the input level on the looper up some to bring the sax volume up some more. :-)

Whew, it's so much easier to do then to explain. No prob though. :-)

Realize most of the above applied to this video only. ;)

I remember when I had my RC-20XL I'd have a problem that sounds similar to what you're describing.

What I'd do is record the first loop a lot hotter via volume control on my bass. The second one would be a little less 'hot' than the first, but hotter than the third loop etc, etc. ;) After doing it like this I kinda got a feel for volume settings and adjustments and it did help in keeping the first parts 'coming through the mix'. The hardest part was remembering to keep turning the volume down for each new looper part. :D

On my RC-50 looper I have three separate channels/phrases I can record on, each with an individual/independent volume control, as well as an overall master volume. If I'm 'prepared' I'll have the volumes set to do as in the previous paragragh, with the volumes matched with each other without having to make adjustment. I believe the JamMan stacks each part on top of the previous one(s). Major difference between the two loopers, if I'm correct.

However for me, I'm generally not that 'together' so I *do* find myself adjusting individual channel/phrase volumes to keep them balanced. This is most likely what you've see me doing when I'm reaching down and doing something or another. ;) I don't have any EQ control on the looper itself just as an FYI. :-)

It also helps to play your parts so they happen at different times in your groove. In this video (and on some of the others I've done), you can see/hear ;) how I'm doing this with the first two parts as I put down the bass line and then the 'guitar' part. The third part is built around the first bass part and the second guitar part, but as you mentioned in your message about different ranges, you'll note it's one octave higher then the bass part/first loop. :-)

And I think that answers your questions and as always I'm happy to try and help as best as I can. I'm only sorry I can't seem to keep it less wordy and easier to follow. Feel free to ask for clarification. :-)

With (all) that, it's getting late so I'm off to sleepy time.

Nice to hear from you Rich. All my best. :-)

Take care of yourself Dave. Be seeing ya 'round. ;)

Best Regards,

Kimberly :-)
bonnie_rose
New
Username: bonnie_rose

Post Number: 4
Registered: 1-2008
Posted on Monday, January 21, 2008 - 4:33 pm:   Edit Post

Bonnie Rose is Playing her Epic 5 Left with; E Train; at Rielly,s Pub Oshawa Ontario Canada, Sunday evenings 730pm to 1100pm.
Kings St East just east of Simcoe St.
It,s a beautiful Pub,nicely decorated.
We also get folks up to jam with us,lots of talented people,and eclectic music,then later we go out and throw snow balls and make snowmen,just kidding about that,we do snow Angels.
Please Note;
From time to time I will mention I play a lefty Alembic.
Another part of my dysfunctional life I,m proud of.
Cheers Bonnie Rose
5stringho
Advanced Member
Username: 5stringho

Post Number: 205
Registered: 11-2006
Posted on Thursday, January 24, 2008 - 7:47 am:   Edit Post

Hi, Kimberly! Hello, Bonnie Rose!!,

I really enjoy your playing. Keep the YouTube stuff coming. It will probably be a while before I can get out there to hear you in person :[
Don't mean to interrupt your thread, but I just wanted to let our new friend, Bonnie, know about being able to post her gigs on her own little thread. Although everyone looks at yours ;), Bonnie might get more notice on a seperate entry. SOOO, Bonnie Rose, all you need to do is go to the "Gig's" heading, scroll to the bottom, click on where it sez "start new thread" and post all your upcoming events for everyone to see.
Looking forward to checkin' things out, Have fun, Mike =]
kimberly
Intermediate Member
Username: kimberly

Post Number: 190
Registered: 1-2007
Posted on Thursday, January 24, 2008 - 2:19 pm:   Edit Post

Hi Mike, (I just figured who the Mike dude is on my Myspace invitation.) :-)

Thank you and I'm glad you like my videos, which reminds me I should glean through the latest and see if I've 'got anything' worth posting. As far as seeing me 'live', though it is a long way to Ohio, you never can tell as it's a small world and getting smaller. Not to mention I'm beginning to entertain the idea of another road trip this summer with 'more better' planning this time. ;)

Hi Bonnie Rose. :-)

Nice to see you again and sounds like you're doing well gigging around. More power to you girlfriend. :-)

It really would be a better idea to start your own thread with gigging, as it'll be easier for folks to find out where to go to see you playing. No problem as far as I'm concerned, it'll just make life simpler for everyone. :-)

To keep this on track. ;)

The Tizley's Europub open mike (every Wednesday 8-11pm hostessed by yours truly) ;) is still going strong and we had our first anniversary two weeks ago. Management is pleased with the way it's developed and my hostess gig is 'on' indefinitely. :-)

Back off track to one of my patented/copyrighted 'Kimberly Ramble(s)' . ;)

It's only just a little short of amazing how times have changed since my first open mike there. From dragging in my bass amp, a cord bag, mike stand and house supplied Kustom PA, to powered mixer, two Roland 12" two way mains and stands, three cord bags, two bass amps (to split my synth signal and run it dedicated), piano bench, 3 feet worth of floor pedals (Behringer midi foot controller, RC-50 looper, GR 20 synth, Dr. Distorto, and a couple of A/B switches) and last but not least, six LED PAR 36's on a single light tree. Pretty much all thanks to Tizley's. Sweet gig. :-)

Back on track, end 'Kimberly Ramble(s)' . ;)

Tizley's EuroPub
18928 Front St.
Poulsbo, WA
360-394-0080

Did I mention every Wednesday 8-11pm? ;)

I'm going to be at the Pegasus Coffee House on Bainbridge Island again on February 7th from 7:30-9:30pm.

Pegasus Coffee House
131 Parfitt Way S.W.
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Phone 206-842-6725

The Global Bean in Silverdale, WA on February 15th 8-10pm.

The Global Bean Coffee Traders
2021 NW Myhre Ave.
Silverdale, WA 98383
360.692.9582
www.theglobalbean.com

And I'm returning to the Three Lions Pub in Redmond WA on February 16th fron 8-11pm.

The Three Lions Pub
8115 161st Avenue NE
Redmond, WA 98052
425-284-3399

I'm also going to be playing at Tizley's Europub on a weekend sometime soon. It's been a while since I've done anything other hostessing my open mike there, so this should be fun for staff, audience and me. I'll post the date when we work it out.

The Casa Luna gig is hit and miss. I just finished up something like five/six months of Saturdays there and we're now going to a three performer rotation, so if you're thinking about making plans to come out and see some crazy a$$ bass player doing a "bass solo all night long", you should call first. :-)

Casa De Luna Of Poulsbo
18830 Front Street Northeast
Poulsbo, WA 98370
360-779-7676

And thus ends another of Kimberly's 'Please make her stop!' updates. ;D

Best Regards,

Kimberly :-)
kimberly
Intermediate Member
Username: kimberly

Post Number: 191
Registered: 1-2007
Posted on Thursday, January 24, 2008 - 5:22 pm:   Edit Post

Schedule revision. Sheesh.... ;)

The 'stick'.

The Global Bean has been cancelled but 'may be' rescheduled for February.

The 'carrot'.

They gave me two more dates, March 7th and April 18th. :-)

I also just added February 23rd at Tizley's EuroPub located in beautiful downtown Poulsbo.

This should be a gas as I usually only play about half an hour of my material before opening the open mike on Wednesdays. Now I get to play two hours. :-)

If you're 'in the neighborhood', please feel free to 'pop on in'. All ages venue. :-)

Best Regards,

Kimberly :-)
kimberly
Intermediate Member
Username: kimberly

Post Number: 193
Registered: 1-2007
Posted on Thursday, January 24, 2008 - 6:48 pm:   Edit Post

Hi Guys. :-)

Adding a couple more dates. :-)

The Global Bean did reschedule and I'm playing there on February 8th. All ages venue, nice room, nice folks. :-) Matter of fact, the folks are so nice, they added May 9th to my schedule. :-)

The Global Bean Coffee Traders
2021 NW Myhre Ave.
Silverdale, WA 98383
360.692.9582
www.theglobalbean.com

8:00-10:00pm

February 8th
March 7th
April 18th
May 7th

Life is good. :-)

Best Regards,

Kimberly :-)
kimberly
Intermediate Member
Username: kimberly

Post Number: 200
Registered: 1-2007
Posted on Monday, February 04, 2008 - 9:55 pm:   Edit Post

Hi Everyone. :-)

I thought I'd 'consolidate' my February gig's schedule/location and do a copy/paste of my February newsletter which will now follow this ridiculously yet typically long, Kimberlyesque sentence/paragraph. :-)

"Hey Everyone. :-)

For all those who are 'locals', I've got some good gigs coming up for this month. See my gigs schedule ( http://www.myspace.com/bassplayerkimberly )for details, but for now here's the 'bassics' (sic). ;D

Thursday February 7th, Pegasus Coffee House - Bainbridge Island

Great gig, nice supportive atmosphere and I just 'kinda be me' with some no BS pure play from the heart have a good time Kimberly music. Highly recommended if I do say so myself. ;)

Friday February 8th, Global Bean Coffee Traders - Silverdale, WA

Another great gig with a 'listening audience' and another 'good time get down Kimberly music' venue and of course, (as if there there could be any doubt), very highly recommended. :-)

Saturday February 16th, Three Lions Pub - Redmond, WA

My second time through on this one and if the first time was any kind of an indicator this is going to be a good one also. This one's a good location for all you Seattleites and Eastsiders being right in the heart of beautiful downtown Redmond. :-)

Saturday February 23rd, Tizley's EuroPub - Poulsbo, WA

An opportunity to play my material at my open mike hostess venue, expect with the added benefit/bonus of instead of my usual 'play 30 minutes/open the open mike', on this one I get to play for two hours. Sweet. :-) And lest we not forget and since I'm on the subject of Tizley's, my hostess gig at the open mike is now in it's 56th week and been extended indefinitely. Every Wednesday 8-11 and highly recommended. ;) Seriously, you should get there early as it's been standing room only the last couple of months. Good people, good venue, good music and I hear there's some 'crazy a$$ed chick bass player' that lays down some serious rumblin'. Come see for yourself if you don't believe me. ;) Also rumored to be "The place to be on Wednesday nights in Poulsbo". S'truth and I kid you not, that's what I heard and unsolicited at that. :-)

For those 'non-locals' I posted a new tune onto my Myspace page. Pretty decent sound quality Kimberly original get down groove called 'Sassy'. You've likely seen/heard it on YouTube, but this is an actual studio recording from last week. Much more better than my usual video 'quality' audio and as is the norm/usual with myself, very highly recommended. ;)

And with all that (pauses for breath), ;D

My warmest wishes and best of regards to one and all. :-)

Kimberly Lynn - Solo Bassist :-) " ;)
5stringho
Advanced Member
Username: 5stringho

Post Number: 232
Registered: 11-2006
Posted on Tuesday, February 05, 2008 - 7:50 am:   Edit Post

Wish I lived closer :-( We don't have anything like this here in this hole. This area is pretty much a wasteland , for playing OR listening.
New tune RAWKS, Kimberly! Tried to add it to my profile, but it wouldn't let me =[
Have fun, Mike, tho
kimberly
Advanced Member
Username: kimberly

Post Number: 201
Registered: 1-2007
Posted on Wednesday, February 06, 2008 - 11:49 am:   Edit Post

Hi Mike, :-)

Sorry to hear about the lack of 'decent' venues in your area, that's really gotta suck.

Glad you like 'Sassy', thank you. :-) It's nowhere near being as 'free spirited' as when I play live, but I'm pretty pleased with the results, even though it's going to be remixed. Less effects, minor tweaks, it'll all be good. :-) Anyway, I put too much pressure on myself trying to 'keep it together' when I recorded so I didn't dare try any 'flash'. Maybe as I gain more experience...

I'll see if I can't send you a copy via email if you like, as I didn't want to make it 'available' online just because it seemed to be a good idea. It won't be the first cut, but will definitely be going on my CD. My next time in the studio is going to be on the 19th. From the last session I've got seven tunes recorded with about 38 minutes of material, with three more tunes to record and a couple more I'm still working. Time it's all over I should have close too or a bit more than an hour of material. :-)

Just 'for the record', here's the CD title.

'Laying on the Bottom, Playing on the Top'. :-)

Stay tuned. ;)

Best Regards,

Kimberly :-)
davehouck
Moderator
Username: davehouck

Post Number: 6143
Registered: 5-2002
Posted on Wednesday, February 06, 2008 - 6:15 pm:   Edit Post

This took me a while to decide that it makes sense. "Laying on the Bottom" is kinda like "laying on the mustard"; so, in that regard it makes sense. A bass player who stays below the seventh fret and never touches the G string could be said to be "lying on the bottom"; however, when she gets a groove going, she's laying down a nice bassline. Two kids share a bunk bed; one's lying on the top and the other's lying on the bottom. The neighbor has a double decker hen house; and yes, some are laying on the bottom. Two humans are sharing a single bed; neither is laying on the bottom. And no, I haven't been laying on the sauce; nor was I lying in wait for an opportunity to bring this subject up. And no, I haven't been laying it on thick; and I certainly haven't been lying about it. But I have been lying around some this evening; and earlier I was laying up groceries in the pantry.
kimberly
Advanced Member
Username: kimberly

Post Number: 202
Registered: 1-2007
Posted on Thursday, February 07, 2008 - 12:31 am:   Edit Post

Hi Dave, :-)

English major? ;)

Kimberly :-)
kimberly
Advanced Member
Username: kimberly

Post Number: 203
Registered: 1-2007
Posted on Thursday, February 07, 2008 - 12:41 am:   Edit Post

PS. ;)

'Flash' gig this Saturday 6-8pm.

Casa De Luna Of Poulsbo
18830 Front Street Northeast
Poulsbo, WA 98370
360-779-7676

Best Regards,

Kimberly - Still smiling from reading Dave's post. :-)
byoung
Senior Member
Username: byoung

Post Number: 959
Registered: 12-2004
Posted on Thursday, February 07, 2008 - 9:55 am:   Edit Post

Dave,

You must be a layabout to think of so many puns.
davehouck
Moderator
Username: davehouck

Post Number: 6153
Registered: 5-2002
Posted on Thursday, February 07, 2008 - 5:34 pm:   Edit Post

LOL!!
elwoodblue
Intermediate Member
Username: elwoodblue

Post Number: 196
Registered: 6-2002
Posted on Sunday, February 10, 2008 - 9:05 pm:   Edit Post

Kimmmberly...sorry I missed it...I'll try and catch the next one.

well plaid Dave...

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