this brain vibrato reportedly makes 9 out of 10 college grads sing out of tune, but again, we are not dealing with pizza and beer.
i will play the bad guy and borrow couple gracious characters for illustration.
warning again: stop if you have no time to waste.
here it goes...
so Jim the fruitguy came across this smelly violin in a plantation estate sale for 5 bucks. he brought it over to Free-Tip Buri who decided to keep it for 15 dollars. Yeeha. Jim was happy with all the apples and oranges to come.
Al the suspicious looking asian guy came into the scene and nosed out that violin. Buri and Al settled at 70 dollars because the smell was indeed a bit pungent. Al presented Buri with a 100 dollar bill.
Buri, who fancied only Yen, did not have enough change so he staccatoed over to break the bill at Gennady's, the reportedly FAMEd french bow joint. afterwards, Buri arigato-ed and Al sayonara-ed and headed for the published chemist for secret decoding if there was any.
Life was beautiful. Buri munched on the sashimi and drooled over the delicious thoughts of acquiring more books, until, suddenly, Gennady showed up. A FAKE, 2 words that spoke vuillaume through Gennady's front teeth.
finding the last bits of the koi hard to swallow, Buri took out a real 100 bill out of his own pocket and handed to Gennady for exchange. friends forever,,, again.
all in all, what is Buri's financial loss?
(listen, one vote per on-break violinist so we can pack more bodies on this polar express. be philosophical if you desire. one winner will be picked to file taxes for everyone here next year for free)
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