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Romy the Cat


Boston, MA
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Joined on 05-27-2004

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The Dog eat my CDs.
It has been a lot of audio damage in this household lately. A year ago, my wife, for whatever reasons, decided to get a dog, which clearly violated out prenuptial agreement. I have no idea what was in the head of a woman who decided to bring Pippa the Dog into the life of Romy the Cat. Do women in childhood go through a special training where older women teach younger women after a secretive handshake how to piss off men in their lives? Psychologists generality suggest that women get dog in case they hate husband. This explains a lot, but it is what it is…
 
I do high-end audio all my life and naturally collect unique performing and recording events. I used to travel a lot and I compiled a box with ~50 CDs that is my personal portable Ccème de la crème of my collection, something that I take with me when I travel and something that, for one or other reasons, is valuable to me personally. Today in crazy world of MP3 and dominating audio ignorance everything is disposable but in the world of high-end audio it is not. Many of those CDs were unique, and not replaceable for their sonic or performance merits. So this morning my dog decided to eat the whole box with CDs and more than 3/4 of them destroyed permanently. Many of them years out of print and hardly might be bought for any amount of money or some of them unique “pressing” the not available any more
 
What is it? Another note to a diary of an urban man married with kids? This Dog is my family nowadays and I like her. When my kids disrespect my prohibition and playing with my turntable, destroying $5,000 cartridge then I upset but not mad as kids were our mutual agreement to bread. When this dog destroyed my absolutely unique collection of unique recordings I am in tradition of the "best husband" want to say "I told you so, honey..." The live is going on…. another snip….
 


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