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  • #16
    Yep, I've been a full-time single parent since he was 2, he's 10 now


    really dude? thats seriously awesome, I've known a lot of single parents and I've seen how tough it can be.

    props man.
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    • #17
      Great job, Brandon!!

      I hope my two boys also work as hard as you have done!
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      • #18
        Way to go Brandon. Keep up the good work!!!
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        VERY GOOD, VERY GOOD!

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        • #19
          Awesome job Brandon!

          Looks like I am about to get full custody of my son as well. His mother just can't grow up... Good to see you are doing the right thing with your son, I must admit I am a little nervous about the whole situation but looking forward to it as well, my son is 3 now. I wish you guys the best!
          Originally Posted by EL KABONG


          Sometimes I plug in and it just sounds TOO GOOD and I cant handle it for some reason, so i just have to unplug.









          Originally Posted by Zachman


          yup you're right, I'm wrong... Happy?

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          • #20
            Good job!!! Keep it up Brandon!!!!!!!
            Originally Posted by Jimmy James


            Or you can try living on the southside of Chicago on eight dollars a month and learn some real blues phrases.



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            • #21
              Keep up the good work Brandon.
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              • #22
                School was pretty boring for me. I just wasn't interested at all. Congrats, Brandon, and keep up the good work. It'll pay off one day.

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                • #23
                  really dude? thats seriously awesome, I've known a lot of single parents and I've seen how tough it can be.

                  props man.


                  tough, yes, but I wouldn't have it ANY other way.
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                  • #24
                    great job Brandon! get good on that skateboard!! it'll put you one step ahead when you start picking up the girlies
                    lefty playing lefty.







                    Originally Posted by TornadoOfSouls


                    Cows had thousands of years to develop shoulder fired assault rifles and rocket-propelled grenade launchers. We beat them to it, now they must pay.

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                    • #25
                      Way to go Brandon! Keep it up man! You and your dad rock!
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                      • #26
                        Good job Brandon! Keep it up (and don't eat his yummy leftovers....).

                        And props to you too guitarbilly!
                        Originally Posted by TheEternal


                        Can't you just let Jesus melt your face?









                        Originally Posted by Neilrocks25


                        life's too short not to eat bee's




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                        Fix Congress First

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                        • #27






                          Originally Posted by LordOVchaoS


                          Bottom line is, if you want a sh!##y quality guitar, that needs finishing, needs electronics, and can be playable with a setup... a very involved setup... pay $365 and get one of these.

                          On the other hand... If you want a sh!##y quality guitar, that needs finishing, needs electronics, and can be playable with a setup... a very involved setup...
                          pay a couple grand and get a Gibson

                          Either way... MIGHT sound and play good.

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                          • #28
                            School is so important Brandon, great job! Keep it up and continue focusing on your education, because it will pay off big time. You made your dad proud, and that's awesome.

                            good work little man!

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                            • #29






                              Originally Posted by LordOVchaoS


                              Bottom line is, if you want a sh!##y quality guitar, that needs finishing, needs electronics, and can be playable with a setup... a very involved setup... pay $365 and get one of these.

                              On the other hand... If you want a sh!##y quality guitar, that needs finishing, needs electronics, and can be playable with a setup... a very involved setup...
                              pay a couple grand and get a Gibson

                              Either way... MIGHT sound and play good.

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                              • #30
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