OboeCop

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Did you ever want to play questions?
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Nede a price fer thet obo.

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Flute Cop

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#4

I’d buy that for a dollar!

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#5

That is clearly a recorder. You are in violation of Section Two Subitem A60 Line 4, Misidentifying a Child’s Toy. Stop resisting.

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#6

Is not a recorder a fipple flute? Surely some sub-sub section recognizes that.

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#7

The ruling of the standards committee is final. History and expertise are irrelevant.

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#8

You think a recorder is a child’s toy?

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#9

Move along, citizen.

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#10

Ha, you have no idea :). Arthur Benade is literally (as in I checked this morning, as I do) my bedstand reading material.http://asa.aip.org/encomia/gold/benade.html

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#11

Heh, a recorder is a fipple flute, but an oboe is not (just basing this on the title of the article) :smiley:

#12

A one-cyborg band as well as a one-cyborg police force!

“Play in tune, citizen!”

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#13

A modern oboe is far too up-to-date for me: I prefer to be repressed by more old-school policing methods. Therefore, I hope the historically-informed Theorbocop will resonate with some here.

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#15

Holy English horn, I would love to get into an ancient instrument, pop culture Photoshop mash up war with you.

Does next Tuesday work?

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An ancient instrument, pop culture Photoshop mash up war
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He’s a cyborg, you idiot! He recorded every word you said, his memories are admissible as evidence!

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#17

snort

Don’t do that

#18

F Bass and lower, definitely not. I played the bass recorder for many years - the hand stretch isn’t negligible.

But pace Andy, it’s a big flippin’ fipple flute. :stuck_out_tongue:

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