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    Quote Originally Posted by typically8 View Post
    I'd say y'all are wayyyyyy of topic. This thread is about me. Marsha, Marsha, Marsha. Any way a dang screw hole is stripped on the G5 cam. A new one is being sent. This is a haunted bow I think. Next up, prepping the DOVE fields. I thought the Hutch clan lived on planet Hoth not New Hampshire?
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    Quote Originally Posted by typically8 View Post
    I'd say y'all are wayyyyyy of topic. This thread is about me. Marsha, Marsha, Marsha. Any way a dang screw hole is stripped on the G5 cam. A new one is being sent. This is a haunted bow I think. Next up, prepping the DOVE fields. I thought the Hutch clan lived on planet Hoth not New Hampshire?
    Who wants to talk about G5 anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mxtuner1 View Post
    But then again New Hampshire...probably a banjo.
    Either the guitar, banjo, or dulicmer. The last two are uniquely American instruments.
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    In New Hampshire they probably play the glass instrument that while it spins and with water soaked hands freaky tunes come out. I will look it up. See, we are on topic.
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    Spinning glass disks (bowls) on a common shaft are arranged with the lower notes (larger disks) to the left and higher notes (smaller disks) to the right. Also known as glass harmonicas, invented by Benjamin Franklin. Held together with better screws than the average G5 bow.
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    436px-Glass_harmonica_in_rome_arp.jpg Picture of Marsha, Marsha, Marsha, looking for her new G5 screw in the glass Harmonica near the Pinksville theater.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mxtuner1 View Post
    In New Hampshire they probably play the glass instrument that while it spins and with water soaked hands freaky tunes come out. I will look it up. See, we are on topic.
    I'm afraid we don't play anything so cool, just guitar and piano.
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    And meanwhile, T8 is having fits with his new G5 and getting ready for dove... I think maybe you should have stuck to Martin j/k I'm sure the bow will be a great shooter.

    I'm guessing that AS plays the bow saw... that's a little more fitting I'd think! Oh, and for the record, the Hutch's were not from Hoth, they were from Tatooine...
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    Although, judging from the pics they've posted this winter, maybe they moved to Hoth? LOL
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