Tuesday, September 28, 2004

Faux History
How do you know that man has landed on the moon? Did you see it with your own eyes? Watching Discovery Channel would have me believe that it was an elaborate hoax. NASA needed, at all costs to best the Soviet Onion in the space race, having already fallen behind on several counts. It was a show of national supremacy.



How do you know that when you divulge your precious credit card details, you will indeed recieve a shiny new Reverend bass finished in Lava Swirl, with a gangsta 2 tone Teardrop Hardcase and a couple of other essential accessories, delivered to the doorstep of your choice.

Did you see the luthier make the guitar? How do you know the website wasn't published by a crook out to make a quick 719USD? How do you know that you'll order one thing and get another? And what will you do if there's a defect? You're miles away and shipping a guitar to the States for repair will buy you a new one here in Malaysia.

Ugh... the pleasure of trying to persuade dad to tumpang me his credit card so that I can buy my bass. I've tried to live this long without plastique, but this makes for a compelling argument.

3 Comments:

At September 28, 2004 at 9:36 PM, Blogger phyebeng said...

you bought it? :) wow you da man. its going to be remembered as one of the very few reverends in the country. your children and their children will thank you for this heirloom!

but... lava swirl? hmmm...

 
At September 29, 2004 at 12:25 AM, Blogger Daryl said...

Lava swirl... iniitfunky? At least I think so lar. Technically havent bought it yet. Waiting for a credit card to become available.

 
At September 30, 2004 at 9:40 AM, Blogger phyebeng said...

ah anyway if you need an extra case, gasing still has one. the thieves didnt take it.

 

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