Posts from the ‘Hugh’s Answering Service’ Category

Alfred P. Swellman from Row an Oak Virginia writes Dear Hugh: I got too close to a SNARE drum. It caught me. I feel so silly. Captured by a percussion instrument…. that is clearly labelled as dangerous. Why was I so so inadequate in my assessment of the inherent peril?????

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From Hughy

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Alfred……..Ole Pal. How could you demonstrate such unnaccccceptable behavior…?  You should have known to stay away from such an item. You are apparently new to H>A>S………….My regular readers (both of ’em)….would NEVER do such a thing. Stunning.

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I would say this is a CYMBAL,,,,,, of the problems percussionists face for seeking to BEAT the system……….while trying to DRUM UP business.



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Silvira Gersham from Lowdnlow Scottland writes Dear Hugh: I heard a friend say that she was “going to re-iterate” something. Is that hard to do?….I think I’d like to try it. But I don’t want to get involved with a process that is too complex.

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From Hugh

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Howdy Silvira:  Well it depends. If you have ever ITERATED………..You will find that it is not too difficult to RE-ITERATE. The catch is to remember what you ITERATED in the first place.

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This becomes an increasing problem over time. The Chronological Factorial Lapse (CFL) between the two events does factor into the equation. …and must be with dealt. (Couldn’t end on a preposition). Won of the keys to success with Re-iteration is to keep it in close proximity to Iteration…(generally within a minute or two……)

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Thanks so much for this pertinent query. So many have wondered about this for so long in so many places and from so many perspectives on so many issues…and so many have no idea how to with deal it. I’m glad to get a chance to clear this comumdrum up,………………Ole Hughy

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