Separate names with a comma.
You can pick your friends, and you can pick your nose, but you can't pick your friends' noses.
My Dad's favorite---A fartin' horse never tires....
I'm a rhythm player, so, I'm more about a fatter tone than bending strings. Wound G works well for me.
Trust no one.
Now you can procrastinate about growing older (or up, for that matter).
I keep cutting it and it's still too short.
Tight, tighter, loose.
Then the Devil said, "Put the alphabet in math."
When I was 18, I thought my father a fool.
When I turned 21, I was amazed to see how much he'd learned in three years.
I heard $64M, but, as you said, it sounds insanely high.
I'd heard that Grumpy made millions for his people. Hope he's in a happier place now.
There are three kinds of people in this world---those who are good at math, and those who aren't.
Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend.
Inside of a dog, it's too dark to read.
(Cheap is first, fast is...
The spoon hurt more. Dad would use anything he could lay his hands on. Grandfather used a razor strop---which I still have. They were firm...
I've never heard a Zevon song I didn't like. As I'm primarily a keyboard player, Zevon's a favorite. I had trouble reading his bio, tho. Too...
When it hits the fan, not everyone gets splattered equally.
My Mom didn't use a shoe.
Used a wooden spoon instead.
Better busy than bored.
Keep in touch.
I got my wife at Monkey Wards 45 years ago. She hasn't broke yet. So far, so good.
Another of his...
I'm a peripheral visionary.
Break a leg!
Paris sounds typically like many other places---fewer places to play, and for less money.
A Polish aphorism: "Not my monkey, not my circus."
I've seen it redone with pigs and farms and other variants. The idea still holds.
Necessity is the mother of invention.
Desperation is the father.
Behind every successful man is a good woman.
Behind her is a very surprised...
"Useless information for $1000, Alex."
speedicut---Finally, a worthy opponent!
Rachel Price/Lake Street Dive does a great acoustic version of The Kink's "Lola".
Edit: Within an hour of posting this, guess what shows up on...
Liberal arts degrees?