Totally off topic - is this humor?

Discussion in 'Location Recording' started by ghellquist, Jun 20, 2005.

  1. ghellquist

    ghellquist Member

    OK, a bad night after a few bears. Now it is morning and not at all funny. Removed.

  2. JoeH

    JoeH Well-Known Member

    It's definitely BAD, lame humor, IMHO.

    It's also quite old, and not very clever at all, unless you find the word "$*^t" and anything that sounds like it to be hilarious.

    Sorry, but unless anyone has any objections, I'm THISCLOSE to removing it....

    Going once.....going twice.......
  3. Cucco

    Cucco Distinguished Member

    First -
    Joe, it looks like you're about to hit your 1 year RO anniversary! Congrats Dude!!!!

    Second -
    I thought it was GREAT humor (tongue in cheek here...) Now, I know all about the Schitt's and hopefully can avoid them whenever possible. I recently had a run-in with the Schitts at a Chinese restaurant and I can tell you it wasn't fun. It's hard to come out smelling like roses when dealing with these fellas.

    Okay all, have a little fun with this one and we'll shut her down at the end of the day.

    I know - Awe Schitt.

  4. 0VU

    0VU Active Member

    Slightly OT but a brass ensemble I one played in was very proud of it's first (non commercial) CD release of music, by a German early baroque composer, entitled "A Load of old Scheidt".
  5. ptr

    ptr Active Member


    I actually recorded some organ stuff by Scheidt a few years back, and it was not the most fun stuff I've recorded, but then I've heard worse...

  6. DavidSpearritt

    DavidSpearritt Well-Known Member

    The chamber group I record has a piece in their repertoire by a contempory of Beethoven called Friedrich Witt. On all the scores his name is shown as F Witt. The group refer to him thus.

    Also I had a guitar mate once who refers to F Sor, as being how he felt after playing the music of Fernando Sor.
  7. John Stafford

    John Stafford Well-Known Member

    Hey I didn't get to see the joke :cry: This discussion reminds me of my college days. One immortal line was "Scheidt sounds great".

    "Britten really knew how to score" was another I remember.


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