Driver playing flute at the wheel

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Re: Driver playing flute at the wheel

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Nanohedron wrote: Mon Oct 25, 2021 11:41 am
david_h wrote: Sun Oct 24, 2021 3:30 am Hmm. Why am I reminded of Dale's old chiffboard home page?
Indeed. Do not - I repeat, do NOT whistle, flute, pipe, fiddle or otherwise play with yourself while at the wheel ...
Yes indeed. I couldn't find the 'skull with whistle' picture, must be down a level or two.

But I was also thinking of Dale's home page "whistles where they were not" pictures and Tunborough's linked photo in the light of Sedi's.
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david_h wrote: Mon Oct 25, 2021 3:35 pm
Nanohedron wrote: Mon Oct 25, 2021 11:41 am
david_h wrote: Sun Oct 24, 2021 3:30 am Hmm. Why am I reminded of Dale's old chiffboard home page?
Indeed. Do not - I repeat, do NOT whistle, flute, pipe, fiddle or otherwise play with yourself while at the wheel ...
Yes indeed. I couldn't find the 'skull with whistle' picture, must be down a level or two.

But I was also thinking of Dale's home page "whistles where they were not" pictures and Tunborough's linked photo in the light of Sedi's.
Yeah, over the years we've lost a lot of spirited stuff original to the Board. It would be fun to have it back and archived; one of my favorites was "Martha Stewart's Guide to Session Etiquette".
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Found.

https://web.archive.org/web/20100510031 ... iving.html

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That date at the Wayback Machine (10/05/2010) seems to be a fairly full snapshot
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david_h wrote: Tue Oct 26, 2021 5:34 am That date at the Wayback Machine (10/05/2010) seems to be a fairly full snapshot
Oooh, thanks for reminding me. You know, you can download all that old stuff to your own computer (as .PDF) with Adobe Acrobat. As I am doing right now, at least the old whistle reviews (inexpensive, high-end, & low whistles). Never know when one might need to refer to the archive.
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He seems to be on acid, too. At least he's got his seatbelt on...
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Re: Driver playing flute at the wheel

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Ill admit I have been tempted to drive and whistle at times but I have so far restrained myself. I have however gotten some really strange from playing whistle sitting in the car at the hospital waiting for my wife. Maybe the whistle is a lot louder than I think it is ??
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