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A-sharp or B-flat?



 
 
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Old January 15th 06, 02:01 PM posted to rec.music.classical,alt.astronomy,demon.local,comp.os.os2.advocacy
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Default A-sharp or B-flat?

Dickless Davie the irrelevant Ignoranus whined:
Nightingale writes:

Rather interesting strategy: no logical argument
to offer, so you call in the kooks. Sad.


Nobody called in the kooks


Incorrect; bisectional did.


STFU, Dickless.

- bisectional just decided to join the thread.


And add two irrelevant newsgroups to the distribution.


STFU, Dickless.

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