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Old 11-23-2019, 09:27 PM
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Not sure what happened to my post here. I know I posted it, but its gone...
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Old 11-24-2019, 07:13 AM
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Not sure what happened to my post here. I know I posted it, but its gone...
JimmySticks!
Your missing post was undoubtedly due to a small glitch. You have never posted anything that would "red flag" for deletion, so no worries, as it was NOT intended or personal. I/we .. The Management .. apologize! I perform a "Forum Clean/Thread Post Management" on just about a daily basis, and threads that have deleted content within them get cleaned up and deleted. Sometimes an innocent post can get caught up in the sweep, although it doesn't happen often ... but it HAS happened more than a few times in the past. Otherwise, should this happen in the future, or anything of that nature on the forum, just send me a PM. That's always better/quicker than putting up a post! And with that, carrion!, er ... carry on! <smile!>

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Old 11-24-2019, 08:39 AM
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Thanks Tommyp! I thought I might be going crazy!
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Old 11-24-2019, 09:49 AM
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He has a website. I'll contact him through that and ask him to join the forum.
Awesome! Thanks! I tried to find the email address but all I found was a message page for the other guy in the videos with Sticky.

Thanks again. I hope he responds and decides to join.
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Old 11-24-2019, 10:26 AM
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I would love to talk to this guy. He plays that old swing style very well, with all those press rolls, which is actually my background as well. I don't know how on earth he keeps a big band together these days, but we should try to get him to come here.

O-Lugs: Just go to his website and invite him to join the forum.
There's another old school style drummer that you might like and would be a great addition to the forum to.

He runs an old school big band, Buddy Rich style, along with playing in jazz quartets and trio's, and he has some wonderful, super clean Slingerland, Ludwig's and Gretsch's that are stunning and all in the exact BR configuration. His name is Ken Loomer and he is all over YouTube both playing and reviewing his very cool kits. He has a website as well under kenloomer.com.

I would contact himyself, but I'm a bit of a newbie to all of this, so I'll leave it to you older heads to do it if you'd like!
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Old 11-24-2019, 09:05 PM
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Sticky rules..
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Old 11-26-2019, 08:35 PM
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JimmySticks!
Your missing post was undoubtedly due to a small glitch. You have never posted anything that would "red flag" for deletion, so no worries, as it was NOT intended or personal. I/we .. The Management .. apologize! I perform a "Forum Clean/Thread Post Management" on just about a daily basis, and threads that have deleted content within them get cleaned up and deleted. Sometimes an innocent post can get caught up in the sweep, although it doesn't happen often ... but it HAS happened more than a few times in the past. Otherwise, should this happen in the future, or anything of that nature on the forum, just send me a PM. That's always better/quicker than putting up a post! And with that, carrion!, er ... carry on! <smile!>

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Tommy...AHA! Now I understand how some of my posts lately have disappeared. I too was wondering why.
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Old 11-27-2019, 01:52 PM
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Tommy...AHA! Now I understand how some of my posts lately have disappeared. I too was wondering why.


Yes indeed Bob! ... no doubt that is what happened. Over all the years, it has probably happened a couple dozen times. I will add, there were a couple times where we had an issue with "location" .. meaning .. certain guys from a particular geographic area's posts just started disappearing! That was a major glitch within the system, and David nor I could ever get a bead on it. It stopped for years ... then started up again, only in a different geographical area. We even thought we might be getting hacked for amusement by someone .. but again .. it just stopped. Hasn't happened since. Ah, the trials and tribulations of a public social platform on the internet! <smile!>

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