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RE: Elektros Againinator

I can see some humor in this, although I was disappointed that Charley
didn't tell us where we'll be able to buy an Againinator - should we just
assume that it will be available at all of the finer music stores that have
not yet opened for business?

I'm glad Electrix can see the humor too. Ultimately, we're all part of the
same team I think. Thanks especially to you, Jamie, for having the courage
and maturity (and sense of humor) to not perceive this as some sort of
personal affront. We all know that someday - some as yet undefined day
perhaps very, very far into the future - Electrix will have the last laugh.


>     Comments like this make all of our hard work seem worthwhile.
> Thanks for the sunshine,
> Jamie.
> on 3/20/01 11:04 AM, Mark Sottilaro at sine@zerocrossing.net wrote:
> > Hello loop fans,
> >
> > My name is Charley LaRue and I represent a company called
> Elektros and we're
> > proud to announce our new product, The Againinator.  This new
> loop tool will
> > not have any audio features to speak of, but instead will
> feature infinite
> > release delays, making it the ultimate delayed device not
> available on the
> > market today.  Please respond to me with a feature list you'd like to 
> > denied of.  We don't have a prototype yet to speak of, but it
> will be ready
> > sometime between tomorrow and the end of your useful life.  If
> you'd like to
> > get an idea of what it's going to look like, please hit
> yourself in the head
> > with a large office machine instead.  The Againinator will list
> for US$17.99,
> > and through group buys you will actually be able to make money
> from getting
> > it, much unlike most of your gigs.  For those of you that are
> not musicians,
> > we also might offer a product based on chickens with built in
> wheels that can
> > be controlled via the internet.
> >
> > yours truly,
> >
> > Charley LaRue
> > Elektros Inc.