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post Jan 2 2015, 10:20 AM
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With many guitary things in common do you bump into GMCers and other folks on other websites?


I bumped into a guitar playing poster from a bodybuilding/weght training forum on the Fractal Audio forum and the Neck Diagrams forums.

When I looked at the irealbook app for android I noticed the first review was from our very own Klasaine.

It's a big internet out there but our hobbies and interests make it seem quite small sometimes!


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post Jan 2 2015, 03:14 PM
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I was lucky once to win a competition with prize from Neck Diagrams smile.gif I do not have much time to spent on other forums or sites but I do make relations with other GMC'ers on facebook smile.gif


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post Jan 3 2015, 05:08 AM
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I also sometimes bump in to GMCers on Facebook and such smile.gif


QUOTE (PosterBoy @ Jan 2 2015, 05:20 AM) *
With many guitary things in common do you bump into GMCers and other folks on other websites?


I bumped into a guitar playing poster from a bodybuilding/weght training forum on the Fractal Audio forum and the Neck Diagrams forums.

When I looked at the irealbook app for android I noticed the first review was from our very own Klasaine.

It's a big internet out there but our hobbies and interests make it seem quite small sometimes!



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post Jan 3 2015, 11:50 AM
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The same as Darek and Todd, I interact with other GMC-ers on Facebook smile.gif

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post Jan 4 2015, 01:56 PM
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What do you mean, GMC is the Internet? laugh.gif

Yes I bump into you guys all the time and I am very happy I am about that!

I have recently started using facebook and I can finally understand why people say it's so addictive... and it sure it s a lot of fun.

Did anyone see my fish pictures at FB btw?


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post Jan 4 2015, 03:44 PM
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Kris, that wasn't a fish, was a monster! The catfish beast looks like just eaten some fishermen before you catch him biggrin.gif You was lucky he was not hungry biggrin.gif

How was the feeling when you got him and how long took the drill? Because my biggest catch was a fish at 6 kg and I thought it will broke my rods or he will show me how is to make scuba diving biggrin.gif Was a funny blond vs fish fight biggrin.gif Of course in the end the blonde won the war tongue.gif
I like to go at fishing because it's relaxing and quiet. But I prefer to go only at catch and release. And another thing, I don't touch worms and frames, I use only boilies or corn.
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post Jan 4 2015, 03:56 PM
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QUOTE (Monica Gheorghevici @ Jan 4 2015, 03:44 PM) *
Kris, that wasn't a fish, was a monster! The catfish beast looks like just eaten some fishermen before you catch him biggrin.gif You was lucky he was not hungry biggrin.gif

How was the feeling when you got him and how long took the drill? Because my biggest catch was a fish at 6 kg and I thought it will broke my rods or he will show me how is to make scuba diving biggrin.gif Was a funny blond vs fish fight biggrin.gif Of course in the end the blonde won the war tongue.gif
I like to go at fishing because it's relaxing and quiet. But I prefer to go only at catch and release. And another thing, I don't touch worms and frames, I use only boilies or corn.


Haha he was hungry, otherwise we wouldn't have caught him!

The feeling of the drill was sensational, it was like connecting your hook to a boat - I still don't understand how I got it up! If I remember correctly the fish first swam towards me, so I though I had lost it but I still kept reeling - and then BAM. I get a pulse just by speaking about it!

Bogdan might chime in, as we has there to witness it! cool.gif

Cool to hear you fish as well Monica, and I hope to do some boilie fishing this summer as well. I am all of catch and release! (with some exceptions, but only when it's about survival wink.gif )

Btw here is what we are speaking about.


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post Jan 4 2015, 04:35 PM
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QUOTE (Kristofer Dahl @ Jan 4 2015, 02:56 PM) *
Haha he was hungry, otherwise we wouldn't have caught him!

The feeling of the drill was sensational, it was like connecting your hook to a boat - I still don't understand how I got it up! If I remember correctly the fish first swam towards me, so I though I had lost it but I still kept reeling - and then BAM. I get a pulse just by speaking about it!

Bogdan might chime in, as we has there to witness it! cool.gif

Cool to hear you fish as well Monica, and I hope to do some boilie fishing this summer as well. I am all of catch and release! (with some exceptions, but only when it's about survival wink.gif )

Btw here is what we are speaking about.

Wow....I think your experience was priceless! smile.gif

I'm an atypical girl and I like to make some boys jobs biggrin.gif

The most horrible thing is to make your own boilie fishing at home. Was the bad idea ever because I tried 3 days to out the smell from home. Respecting proportions and doing a combination between flour, nutritive liquid and flavours (strawberry, squid and octopus) you can obtain a good quality home made boilie fishing but an insupportable smell. It's much easier and good for the nose to buy them directly from the shop wink.gif
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post Jan 4 2015, 04:54 PM
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QUOTE (Monica Gheorghevici @ Jan 4 2015, 04:35 PM) *
The most horrible thing is to make your own boilie fishing at home. Was the bad idea ever because I tried 3 days to out the smell from home. Respecting proportions and doing a combination between flour, nutritive liquid and flavours (strawberry, squid and octopus) you can obtain a good quality home made boilie fishing but an insupportable smell. It's much easier and good for the nose to buy them directly from the shop wink.gif


laugh.gif Haha I did that as well. My daughter helped me roll them but I had a hard time keeping her away from tasting (they contained mixed dog food etc) - she thought they looked just like chocolate balls.

And yes I came to the same conclusion, although they are a bit pricey they are worth purchasing..!


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post Jan 4 2015, 08:24 PM
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QUOTE (Kristofer Dahl @ Jan 4 2015, 06:56 AM) *
Haha he was hungry, otherwise we wouldn't have caught him!

The feeling of the drill was sensational, it was like connecting your hook to a boat - I still don't understand how I got it up! If I remember correctly the fish first swam towards me, so I though I had lost it but I still kept reeling - and then BAM. I get a pulse just by speaking about it!

Bogdan might chime in, as we has there to witness it! cool.gif

Cool to hear you fish as well Monica, and I hope to do some boilie fishing this summer as well. I am all of catch and release! (with some exceptions, but only when it's about survival wink.gif )

Btw here is what we are speaking about.


Whoa! Kris the catfish slayer! Nice fish man! smile.gif
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