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Pause Ponder and Pun #147


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Boom Boom Larew said…
Dufus thinks that as far as axes go, more is better.
Michael Wolfe said…
Remember: Three-point contact ladder safety is paramount, even when cleaning Mick Jagger's rain gutters.
Shawn Ohara said…
After many long years of development, John's 12 axe guitar was a complete failure. You see, John is a lefty.
Jamie Baker said…
Everyone thought it would be the drugs and alcohol that would do in Keith Richards. Turns out it was the world's longest guitar solo.
VMax said…
Finally a guitar for conjoined twins and their pet spiders
or
Geddy Lee is no longer impressed by Neil Peart's drum kit.
00dozo said…
Musical redundancy at its finest.
00dozo said…
And one might wonder why some bands' music always sounds the same.
nonamedufus said…
Hey 00dozo! You're alive!!!

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