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Ok, I was tagged by my buddy Chris, so where we go:

Some things I don't think I could live without

  1. My fiance. We are getting married in November. Corny, but true. I am required to say this by law in some states, so cut me some slack.
  2. My Epiphone Les Paul Studio. It isn't a Gibson, no, but it rocks. It has more tone than any instrument I've played in my life. I always thought I wanted a Fender Strat (and I have one), but once I played my Les Paul....that changed forever. No chance I'll be giving that up anytime soon.
  3. My PSP. If you've ever traveled like I have in the last 7 months, you know how bored one can get sometimes. I love to read, but sometimes, I want to beat something up. Mortal Kombat on my PSP meets this need. I'v become a huge fan in the few weeks I've owned mine.
  4. My Creative Labs Zen Vision:M. Travelling tunes that also play vids.
  5. My cats. I've three that have lived with me for the past 15 years. They are honestly 3 of my very best friends. Sounds corny, I know it, but it's true.
  6. My family and friends (some of them)
  7. Allergy medication. Anyone who's heard my explosive sneezes or my snores will attest to the fact that life sucks without meds for me....oy
Guess that's about all I can think of right now.....tagging a few myself now.....

EDIT: Someone suggested I clarify the family and friends one. I couldn't live without some of my family and some of my friends...not all of my family and some of my friends. Pretty angry at the ol' fam right now anyway...maybe should change to just friends.....ah, well

Posted on Monday, July 23, 2007 9:54 AM | Back to top

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One of my favorite guitars was a Ephiphone Les Paul Custom (black with white binding -- gold hardware, etc). It sounded awesome, and I still pick it up on occasion. In 1998, my wife bought me a Les Paul Studio (Gibson), it then became my guitar, but after buying a Travis Bean, I sold that Studio. Worst decision ever. I think about that guitar all the time. A good friend of mine once told me... "Never sell anything.. you'll always regret it.. and end up trying to replace it". Wise words.. should have never have sold it.

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