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Old 10-18-2019, 01:35 PM
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wait... is arts alto reed on a tenor sax?

Anyway, welcome back, adam!
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wait... is arts alto reed on a tenor sax?
Sources neither confirm nor deny

Who I'm definitely NOT is Tenor Reed on an Alto Sax. F that imposter imo.

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...To say that Peanut has stopped chewing up all my belongings isn't really to report a change in Peanut's habits, more just stating the fact that he's run out of things to destroy. Everything I care about I've moved more or less out of his reach (although I admit, he has still surprised me in a couple of cases - this dog can be quite elastic). Everything I haven't moved is already shredded.
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I wouldn't be too sure. One of my sisters dogs chewed up the plumbing when locked in the bathroom one day. yeah, she took out a lot of copper piping.
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Glad to hear the dogs are getting along better
I wouldn't be too sure. One of my sisters dogs chewed up the plumbing when locked in the bathroom one day. yeah, she took out a lot of copper piping.
Man, I hope the dog doesn't read this post...
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Man, I hope the dog doesn't read this post...
If he reads it, maybe it would convince him to behave better. Just sayin'.
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