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  • Who the fuck is Craig Andertson?

    Just wondering.

  • #2
    Uhhhhh...could it be the guy that's going to ban you?:freak:

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    • #3
      Ooooh, powerful guy.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by redsox3g2
        Just wondering.


        Hey, you know what? That's not cool. Gratuitous f-word, sarcastic right out of the gates, and goes after the moderator for nothing. Try on a civil 'tude, or go away, redsox3g2.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by redsox3g2
          Just wondering.


          Craig Andertson is a small atoll in the south Pacific where US nuclear testing was performed in the mid 50s...it's known for prduceing 16 arm octopuses (yes, "octopuses" is correct as the root is Greek, and was only later brought into new-world latin) which make 50% more tako than your standard octopus


          Historical note :

          The "Andertson", the ill fated 3-piece swimwear consisting of pasties and a "space age" mylar thong was named after ther Anderston atoll.
          unfortuantely, the swimwear was pulled from the market when it was found that the reflective nature of the bottom was causing flash blindness in males between 10 and 80 during "surreptitious
          inspection of on-beach goods"
          Thsi lead to a 15% increas in healthcare expenses during the summer of 1956

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          • #6
            No, he's asking about Craig Andertson, the former 3rd baseman for the Kansas City Athletics who pretty much smoked the American League for RBIs in the late 1950s. This mistake happens all the time! I'm happy to report he's doing rather well, he lives in Tampa, Florida these days and does some occasional consulting to ESPN. We met back when I lived in Florida because every now and then he gets a letter asking him about how to rewire a Strat and he wondered who this "Craig Anderton" guy is. Turns out a friend of his subscribed to some of the magazines I write for, and gave him my email address.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Anderton
              No, he's asking about Craig Andertson, the former 3rd baseman for the Kansas City Athletics who pretty much smoked the American League for RBIs in the late 1950s. This mistake happens all the time!.


              Duh!! I feel so foolish

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              • #8
                Well for your information son;
                Craig Anderton, the fellow who hosts this forum, is a hard working, talented musician.
                But he is more than that.
                He is a hard working talented digital and analogue technician.
                He writes books that educate and help people like you.
                He learns and intelligently evaluates most every peice of hardware and software that comes out and has done for years in this business.
                In fact he is probably responsible in no small way for many of the convieniences you have at your disposal as a desktop musician or guitarist.
                He has about as much knowledge about music, gear and social skills as you do in the drool that is foaming out the side of your mouth right about now.
                And yes, he is probably the doode who is going to bann your sad ass so you have to come back as someone else, preferable someone with something constructive to offer.


                :wave:

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Anderton
                  No, he's asking about Craig Andertson, the former 3rd baseman for the Kansas City Athletics who pretty much smoked the American League for RBIs in the late 1950s. This mistake happens all the time! I'm happy to report he's doing rather well, he lives in Tampa, Florida these days and does some occasional consulting to ESPN. We met back when I lived in Florida because every now and then he gets a letter asking him about how to rewire a Strat and he wondered who this "Craig Anderton" guy is. Turns out a friend of his subscribed to some of the magazines I write for, and gave him my email address.


                  If I could just figure out what happened to Ivan "Boogaloo Joe" Jones, I'll be good to go.
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                  • #10
                    Hey, I'm not going to ban the guy. If he doesn't know about how find things with Google, it's not at all surprising he doesn't know who Craig Andertson is...even though I do think he is the only third baseman in AL history to have done an unassisted triple play. That was pretty amazing.

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                    • #11
                      10 I'm drinking Tefft Cellars - Cabernet Port


                      "This port is made in a drier style to accentuate the great flavors of the Cabernet grape. we invite you to join us at the winery to experience our unique handcrafted wines"


                      It's abt 18% (sorry they don't list the brix)

                      it is drier than your standard port (I'm not sure what the fortification protocol they follow)
                      It goes quite nicely in English Breakfast tea (I think Early Grey is too floral for it, the wine itself provides that profile by itself)

                      oh yeah, and it'll get you feeling tight quite nicely -- QED


                      I go on bicycle wine tours with the wife...I carry the wine we buy which helps equalize our pace...the funny thing is...with all the stopping, the cars and the bikes go about the same pace

                      I thought I'd share that little part of Paul's lif, because ...GOTO 10

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                      • #12
                        << The "Andertson", the ill fated 3-piece swimwear consisting of pasties and a "space age" mylar thong was named after ther Anderston atoll.>>

                        Wow, I learn something new every day! I was sure it was named after Craig Andertson but could never figure out the connection between swimwear and a guy playing third base. That clears up a lot for me, thanks.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Anderton
                          even though I do think he is the only third baseman in AL history to have done an unassisted triple play. That was pretty amazing.


                          Yeah, it's unusual for a third baseman to pull that kind of thing off. I've seen it a couple of times with a right-fielder, but baseball pundits feel that a third baseman unassisted triple play will probably never be duplicated again.
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                          • #14
                            I bring it up as a public saefty warning -- with "retro" being a strong fashion statement these days, I fear we may see another round of this

                            the famous braille slide guitar player, Blind Lemon Pledge lost his sight this way

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by UstadKhanAli
                              Yeah, it's unusual for a third baseman to pull that kind of thing off. I've seen it a couple of times with a right-fielder, but baseball pundits feel that a third baseman unassisted triple play will probably never be duplicated again.


                              I've heard people say that this (unsubstantiated) third nipple gave him an unfair advantage -- do you think this is so?

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