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• Posted by emily
• Date: Friday, May 23, 2003, at 8:25 a.m.
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• In Response to: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! (J Conrad Radosh)

> California Man Defaces Russian Instrumental Treasure

thats totally gross. But i have a complaint... ok, here it goes, im an oboe player in high school, and this other guy who plays the oboe is just sooo totally out of tune and hidiously squeeky!! Im in one of the top bands and have no idea how he managed to get up there, but all he ever does is grunt! he stops playing and grunts, he lets out his air and grunts, he even grunts when he talks! and this isnt just any old grunting noise, its sooo loud and annoying that even the basoons hate it. Not only that, but why in the world to oboes insist on blaming their reeds or instramnets. Sure sometimes the oboe acts up of a key sticks, but not after every mistake. cant some players just accept that they suck and leave their oboes out of it!

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