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  1. I'd like to see some experience on that résumé first.
  2. John typically played a 4-string bass, but that Fender was mentioned here: http://www.thewho.net/whotabs/gear/bass/bass6066.html It says he didn't like it - not enough bottom end. They didn't mention that on the Fender page. 😉
  3. In general, when someone has enough of a conscience to ask, "Am I a bad person?" the answer is a resounding "No." In general, that is. Your mileage may vary. 🙂
  4. WhoTom

    Name This Person

    My second guess was Elton John.
  5. It is Entwistle - he's playing a six-string bass. Looks like one of these: https://www.fender.com/articles/gear/the-bass-vi-part-guitar-part-bass-all-epic
  6. I would have used single quotes for the DL quote and double quotes to quote the article. Better yet, use the <quote> tag for the article and keep the double quotes for the DL quote. I'm not OCD, but I am a meticulous writer. 😉 Tom always feels the need to clarify things.
  7. The first quotation mark was quoting the article, not DL. Notice the matching quotation mark at the end.
  8. See my face in the town that's flashing by See me standing in the station in the rain See me running there beside the car I left it all behind me and I've traveled far It took me a long time to get back on the train
  9. I know a man ain't supposed to cry But these tears I can't hold inside Losin' you would end my life you see 'Cause you mean that much to me You could have told me yourself That you love someone else Instead I Heard it through the grapevine Not much longer would you be mine
  10. "Yeah, that's it - peer counseling. You see, the Sergeant - you know, my peer - offered to help me relieve the stress I've been under."
  11. Jeremiah was a bullfrog Was a good friend of mine I never understood a single word he said But I helped him a-drinkin' his wine And he always had some mighty fine wine
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