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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by stevie savage, Apr 11, 2011.
You ought to go on "Survivor" and show them what that really means.
when i'm not bust being a musician, i'm busy being an artist. i paint, draw, sculpt, ect.
taking care of my childs,wife,my 14 years old dog,reading,painting,learning music,new instruments ect...
That Chevy is awesome!
Sarah, nice V-Max too!
Mick, you need to go by the nickname Skinny Jim!
Family, Mountain Bike, Nordic Skiing
Reading, cooking, military history, collecting CDs and records.
Too many to count... painting, drawing, sculpting, building hot rods, making films animation, woodworking, and of course relaxing with my hound.
Besides, music, I am interested in books and Art. I also love to ride on my Vespa 250 and take walks with my wife Marianna and our Polish Sheepdog "Arnika" Here are some photos with my wife Marianna.
Other than learning the guitar I also play saxophone. I'm getting into recreational tree climbing (using harnesses and ropes to ascend larger trees), bike, and work on/collect cars. I currently have an 11's v6 Camaro that I'm trying to sell since I'm getting into other things. I recently picked up a 1986 Toyota Corolla GT-S to play around with drifting. I also love off-roading and would like to find another 1st generation Ford Bronco. Aside from cars I enjoy reengineering things. My current project is reengineering the internal combustion engine to run without camshafts (yes I'm a bit of a gear head). I also enjoy wood working and building instruments. I'm trying to find a project guitar to learn some luthier skills on.
When not playing guitars, I build them. When not building them, I'm thinking about playing and building them. Go through a phase once a year where I 'build' historic airplanes and scenery on the computer for FS9, now an 'obsolete' flight sim. When not doing that, I work on my HO layout (4-8-2 mountain running passengers along the Meramec River between Sullivan to St. Louis, for the MoPac, with a soon-to-arrive Doodlebug. Either a 40's era or modern scenic/tourist era, can't decide. I know, 4 years ago I didn't know what any of that meant either!).
Also hugely into military history, woodworking and craft-y stuff occasionally. Hey, after 7 years of college I outta be a doctor! Gotta use that art degree somehow!
Recently I stripped, improved and refinished my mom's 1940's war-time era wooden doll bed for her new granddaughter (my niece). That was a nice sentimental use of my "talents". Love retro stuff (hense the desire for 50's Telecasters and a Les Paul, and finally my Gretsch!!) including cars, but I know absolutely nothing about engines, just love the look, the sound and the power....like my guitars!!
Playing rockabilly and drinkin...
Lol Jack knife!!I admit i'm a little tall and skinny but my real name is Mick and i'm all bones so the name fit like a glove.
"Well I know a guy just teeth, bone and skin
That's it what they ravin' 'bout, Skinny Jim
Skinny Jim, ooh man? Skinny Jim"
my hobby is Jezebel the 54 buick mild custom ...or rather my new hobby is trading it for a 59' gretsch nashville!
That is a pretty nice car!!
Used to build selfbows, and all the gear
that goes with primitive archery, hunt
with a selfbow. Fish for Salmon, and
Steelhead, ride my motorcycle.
<><> Raspy <><>
I collect 1/16th scale farm toys, I have 4 antique Farmall tractors and enjoy spending as much time as possible with my almost 4 year old grand daughter, she loves riding in the new cab tractors with Pappaw!
speaking of bows.. I've been really intrigued by this after watching it on the fishing channel. Anyone here attempt this, my kids want to go out and try it?
Performing sketch comedy, photography, music, skiing.