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The Klavins-Piano Model 370 is a one-of-its-kind instrument. Its soundboard has twice the size of a concert grand of 2,75 m and it weighs 2 tons. In this video you will meet piano maker and experimentalist David Klavins in his workshop in Stuttgart and climb the stairs up to the world’s biggest piano. Read more >>

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« on: April 25, 2017, 04:40:18 AM »

I NEED TO GET RID OF HER!!!

SHE IS SO MUCH DAMN TIME AND MONEY

And people are like 'well what do you expect she's a dog'. No she's different!  I've had three dogs in my life and she already went through five beds and a couch.  THATS MORE THAN ALL OF THEM COMBINED!!!  And she's only a year old!!!  She doesn't get along with ANY animal, I've spent HUNDREDS of dollars on toys and she destroys them all or she doesn't play with the ones that are 'indestructible' so she takes out her boredom on destroying the couch, carpet, shoes, trashcan, everything.

And trainers are like 'oh she's just bored'...  I SPEND LIKE FIVE HOURS A DAY RUNNING AROUND WITH HER I TRY SO HARD TO KEEP HER EXERCISED WELL BUT ITS NEVER ENOUGH. I'm not exaggerating.

So one of my friends who gave her to me was like yo let me try and take her.  I was like okay and I gave Lucy to her.  Guess how long she lasted...

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10 HOURS BEFORE SHE TOLD ME TO TAKE HER BACK
Now I wanna give her to a shelter (no kill) and everyone is getting mad at me telling me to hold her till I or they find a better home for her.

NO!!!!!!  That's gonna cost me more time and money!  I AM TIRED OF THIS DAMN DOG.  I love her. I really do. And I do feel kinda salty and guilty.  BUT I AM TIRED OF SPENDING MONEY AND TIME ON THIS DAMN DOG.

She's a Jack Russel Terrier mix.  Apparently they're known for being the worst dog breed for apartments and they're aggressive with other dogs and will destroy your apartment.

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« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2017, 07:43:06 PM »

Now you know why I have cats...
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« Reply #2 on: April 25, 2017, 09:33:32 PM »

Yes, Jack Russell Terriers are not known for being an easy-going breed....  they became a trend from the sitcom Frazier, but many have found them to be problematic (both in apartments and single-familly homes).   I am a true dog lover, but I agree with you:   take her to a no-kill shelter.   She needs a family with a lot of rambunctuous children, and a lot of room outdoors.  the best environment for her would be family acrerage where she could run and play without supervision and the children could chase her around the yard

...... and they will still need patience with her.  

No-kill shelters know how to conduct interviews and do home-visits to find a 'forever home'.  Don't shun their services.  THEY CAN DO A BETTER JOB THAN YOUR FRIENDS!!!!!!   The other resource is a Jack russell Terrier breed  rescue group.
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« Reply #3 on: April 25, 2017, 09:36:51 PM »

Why do people like pets again? They can't talk, play video games, do math problems, play soccer, or do anything interesting at all with you. You are paying for something's that less competent than a 3 month old toddler. Never understood it.

Seems like pretty reasonable behavior for a dog. What did you expect? lol
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« Reply #4 on: April 25, 2017, 10:02:06 PM »


Seems like pretty reasonable behavior for a dog. What did you expect? lol

Hey she's different!

I've had three dogs in my life and all of them were like normal ass people.  None of them were aggressive to other dogs or people, they never destroyed stuff in the house, barked a lot or shedded a lot.  They peed in the house a few times when they were puppies but house training isn't a big deal.  And I wasn't the one who asked for a dog my roommates just took her from some random shelter and gave her to me and then left the next semester.

Like for real I spent WAY more money on her than my other three dogs COMBINED (not including food and bet stuff).  SHES GONE THROUGH FIVE BEDS AND MY DAMN COUCH SO NOW I OWE MY ROLMMATES 800 DOLLARS FOR THAT sh*t AND okay I'm done Terriers are EVIL.  

But actually though most dogs aren't like this they just literally picked the worst breed known to man and I FELL FOR IT.
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« Reply #5 on: April 26, 2017, 03:23:39 AM »

Why do people like pets again? They can't talk, play video games, do math problems, play soccer, or do anything interesting at all with you. You are paying for something's that less competent than a 3 month old toddler. Never understood it.
A properly raised pet in suitable environment is far more competent than a toddler and much less work and trouble. Pets are generally much easier to live with than humans anyway and there are plenty of benefits in interacting with animals. Btw. As a breeder I have seen many people like you change they mind completely after meeting a really clever one...
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« Reply #6 on: July 22, 2017, 02:39:28 AM »

I really like your posts, rachmaninoff.

You're like human emotion incarnate, or something lol

It's even doubly better in a piano website like this, where people do have feelings, but...logic and rationality always get in the mix. That's what I think.

(Was this the "I've got a daughter" dog?)
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« Reply #7 on: July 24, 2017, 01:24:20 PM »

I really like your posts, rachmaninoff.

You're like human emotion incarnate, or something lol

It's even doubly better in a piano website like this, where people do have feelings, but...logic and rationality always get in the mix. That's what I think.

(Was this the "I've got a daughter" dog?)

The way I talk on this website is how I talk in real life dead ass lol

If you know me in person everyone says I'm always a little a lot too extreme/obnoxious with the way I speak and carry myself lol.  Cabbynum could vouch for me but I've only met him a few times so *shrugs*

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THAT'S CAUSE EVERYTHING I SAY AND DO IT COMES FROM THE HEART

But ANYWAYS...

I don't remember which dog that was about.  Cause I had two dogs in the past few months.  The first one died in a week and I was super salty so my friends got me a new one and that's what THIS post is about.
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« Reply #8 on: July 24, 2017, 04:55:23 PM »

So I was right! You ARE emotion incarnate!

People hither and thither are talking all intellectual and stuff etc. (don't know if it's an age thing, a personality thing, a gender thing etc. could be a combination of all, I dunno) but always in the end, it's about the emotion.

Beethoven was the Lord of MadnessTM (alternative title Lord of Frankness). His music appealed to me before but sometimes its lack of charm/grace makes me like it less. It depends.

I am angry and confused now, for instance. I should like Beethoven now but then again not all Beethoven expresses impatience/rage.

I just don't like many people or something for some reason. And then I feel guilty about not liking them because I know intellectually that they (well at least some) do like me. And this is why I am shy and/or afraid of people, I guess.

Things are weird.
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