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  1. Date: Saturday June 19th 2010 Location: Wall of Sound Studios, Anaheim, California (http://www.wallofsoundstudios.com/) Time:1pm - 5pm We have two rooms booked: A room, large room with stage (High Gain room) B room, medium room (Low Gain room) third room may be added depending on attendance. Donations are not required, just come and hang out. This is cross-posted several places, so the list of attendees will be posted as it is updates. The primary info page is on the Rig-Talk forums.
  2. Weird. I can definitely say he has a very good selling and buying rep on here. I'd keep trying to get a hold of him.
  3. remember .333... is equal to 1/3 Or is it not, but functionally defined as such?
  4. Not if I start writing my set first:poke:
  5. Yes it does. There have already been about 4 or 5 proofs/demonstrations that show this. It seems your flaw of thinking is that with 0.9999.... the 9s end at some point. Well they don't. They keep on going for infinity. If they did end at some point, then yes, you could say "it gets close but does not equal 1." But since they never end, it is equal to 1. Look, no one ever said that it would be easy.... But there is an infinite number of real numbers between 1.0 and 0.9999...
  6. Let me sum this up real nice and quick lol
  7. Quoted for fail. No, it's right. Multiplying by the empty set, an then comparing it to something is not legal in any of the fundamental logics.
  8. This is how .999_ = 1 x = .999_ 10x = 9.999_ 10x - x = (9.999_ - .999_) 9x = 9 x = 1 .999_ = 1 To further prove this, look at 3/3. .333_ = 1/3, and 3/3 = 1. Therefore, .999 = 1. Now, it can be argued that 1=2. 0 x 1 = 0 0 x 2 = 0 So than this must be true: 0 x 1 = 0 x 2 Similarly: 0/0 x 1 = 0/0 x 2 Simplified, 1 = 2 Multiplying by zero is a no no in logic, and the first one is a mistake of significant decimals.
  9. Sunn Beta Lead, it was a combo, but it was removed and is now an amp only. It doesn't have a wooden headshell, but it's in it's original metal casing, which fully encloses the amp, so it doesn't really matter. I'm not using it as much as I'd like to, and the rule in my life now is to get rid of what I don't need and pack the cash away for a rainy day. Great condition, everything works really well. Below is a video EdgeofDarkness did with this amp. I trade him for it awhile back. [YOUTUBE][/YOUTUBE] So it's on the auction block. I'd like to get $450 for it.
  10. Don't do it - they just eat all your food and dump you in the end. Or dump in your hand.
  11. I'm looking to trade 2 Warehouse CL90's, 8ohms for 2 Eminance swamp thangs, 8 ohms. That's it.
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