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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • At least you're not getting this enthusiastic about the accordion. Then, well, we'd have to have you put away for your own safety.

    I can get you a "Play an Accordion, Go to Jail. It's the Law" bumpersticker, if you'd like. Local music store called "The Starving Musician" prints them up as promos...

    --rjray

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    • I'm embarrassed to admit that I'm getting used to the sound of the accordion in Irish music. I even have "The Irish Accordion Masters" CD ... if I'm ever raided by the music police, that'll be Exhibit A in my show trial :-)

      --Nat

      • Big difference between the accordion that gets used in Irish music and in some American roots music (16 Horsepower uses an accordion more like the Irish style on some of their tunes). I was talking about the big, wear-across-your-chest, Lawrence Welk, champagne-bubbles variety of accordion you hear in polka music a lot.

        Someone brings one of those to TPC, my advice is to wear kevlar under it. It can bring out the worst in people faster than yelling "God save the Queen!" on the streets of Belfast...

        --rjray

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