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Re: goodbye, old friend

Wonderful- but it is a cruel deed and you should feel very guilty about it-
even if another may reap wonderful benefits from your heartless sacrifice-
Thank you for writing that poem!


----- Original Message -----
From: <AaroneousAG@aol.com>
To: <loopers-delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2001 4:40 PM
Subject: goodbye, old friend

> I unscrew the last bolt
> which has held him in place
> and with a heavy heart
> I pull him out of his case
> hook him up to the mixer
> for old time's sake
> but this time his echoes
> sound heartless and fake
> My band in a box
> Is now going away
> to a far away person
> that I met through ebay
> I know why he's mad
> why he's sour and miffed
> his new owner may make him
> loop bad Slayer riffs
> He's taught me so much
> and he's brought me so far
> but that road has run out
> and now I'm selling the car
> The response to my call,
> the pillow when I fall
> he's been everything and all
> and now I'm sorry to say
> That I needed the money
> I wish I'd been sweeter
> but I just sold my Jamman
> and bought a Repeater
> aaroneous
> P.S.  Before any of you accuse me of opportunism, please note that I sold
> for the
> exact amount I bought him for, if you count the memory expansion, and for
> lot less
> than I was offered.  (Thanks, Todd!)  I'm a still a little broken up 
> it, but like to
> think that he's going to a good home.  Machines have souls, given to them
> the
> love and care of their inventor and the appreciation of their user.  
> about it next
> time you bang your keyboard in frustration, or stomp angrily at your
> LD-4 . . . I
> need to get out more . . .