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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ]-[@n$0Ma☩!©, Feb 1, 2020.
But you haven't fried Turkey in Greece yet!
Dutch you think you should try it with the Hollandaise first?
I Canado that mate, it would be the end of US!
Will you guys Belize cut it out?
Paris the thought!
Those were the days!
Old enough to remember disco, Atari and when people could smoke in airplanes.
You guys hold him and.....
Make the most of every day!
I'm the same age as the 2nd guitar Leo designed.
Are you counting the lap steels? Or just the original Broadcaster as the first?
So, the results, according to these two similar poles, is that the real PRS players seem to be from 40 to 65 and some sort of engineer.
So...middle aged to AARP guys with good jobs. Just saying.
maybe now, but when i bought it i was a 29 year old out of work pastry chef and unpublished underground cartoonist. the punks in the squat hated my prs, it was like skinhead kryptonite.
I was in my mid 20s when I got my first one myself.
I don’t think middle age starts until about 60 any more...but, yes, the ticket seems to be to be an engineer for long enough to have a bit of spare cash.
So we're doing photos as proof of life, errrr, proof of age, now huh. OK...
Sorry, no rock star pics. I have a few newer ones with a guitar, but the only shot I've ever seen of me playing in front of people was when I sat in with the blues band at my wedding reception. And I haven't seen that one in a long long time.
Ray flannel by Ray, on Flickr
Europe '81 (3) by Ray, on Flickr
Scanned Photo 1 by Ray, on Flickr
Just a few weeks ago:
untitled-1-7-3 by Ray, on Flickr
Gotta love the facial hair in ‘81! Respect
That one shot of me with my daughter is one of the very very very few times (all very very very short-lived) when I was totally clean shaven. I always had something going, even just the peach fuzz I could barely manage in '76 (I was all of 17, but it got me into bars)...