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Phoebe and Her Unicorn for Mar 13, 2018

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    Sugar Bombs 95  4 months ago

    Just remove your fingers deliberately, Phoebe. Surely in the kitchen you can find a sharp enough knife…

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    Averagemoe  4 months ago

    Don’t get Marigold’s hopes up.

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    marklungo  4 months ago

    At last, the piano teacher gets a name!

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    eddi_tbh  4 months ago

    Anything you do is subject to constant improvement. You just don’t realize it until you’re a grown-up. If then.

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    tripwire45  4 months ago

    All of my kids were in band or orchestra (one was in both) in high school. They continued to play for several years after graduation and eventually quit for other pursuits. So it goes.

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    CeeJay GC Insider 4 months ago

    My parents wanted me to learn to play piano. I couldn’t coordinate fingers to musical notes. Then I took typing in high school. Yup. I couldn’t coordinate fingers to letters.

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    DDrazen  4 months ago

    Having recently seen “the 5000 Fingers of Dr. T”, I can assure Phoebe that fingers falling off isn’t the worst thing that can happen.

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    DDrazen  4 months ago

    Having recently seen “the 5000 Fingers of Dr. T”, I can assure Phoebe that fingers falling off isn’t the worst thing that can happen.

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    Comic Minister  4 months ago

    Agreed Phoebe.

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    Charlie Tuba GC Insider 4 months ago

    Beethoven kept paying piano after going deaf.

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    Charlie Tuba GC Insider 4 months ago

    Maybe your could master John Cage’s 4’33" of Silence.

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    Stephen Gilberg  4 months ago

    In sixth grade, I decided to quit after five years of piano lessons, because (1) I seemed to have plateaued and (2) I had a lot more homework to do. My mom had noticed how much I’d been quitting lately, so she had me call my piano teacher and tell her myself. It broke my heart, and I cried later. Never did go back to playing on anything like a regular basis, but at least I compose on Noteflight.

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