Ever notice that this seems to accompany the other?

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Well, first the "other". Other what?
-- More of, and "that's working for me" comments.

When, if:
-- You close your eyes and in your track, and at 30,000 foot "listen"/view... it sounds like a piece of machinery running, ---- "ker plunk, chaaa, zoink", "ker plunk, chaaa, zoink", "ker plunk, chaaa, zoink", "ker plunk, chaaa, zoink" -- 'ing along?

Well, in a manner of speaking, Smile

I do. You?

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I don't try for it, -- I have no method(s) at all. However, I do listen for "it". And then, the more distinctive I may disscern that, then, ---- the more comments and more "that works for me" type. Again, generally speaking. Insane people tend to notice different things, and so I ask you-all Wink

Or not, ---- as you like Smile
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Makes me think of work at a factory that did chrome plating....all the grinding that takes place before-hand.....made me never hear Alice In Chains the same way again Biggrin not just in their distortions but just in the overall rhythms of their stuff.....was mostly done with hand grinders, maybe was just a factory full of other fans of theirs hahah, or everybody just was "jamming" along........I never wanted to bring it up and really get labeled the nutcase hahah I was always of course "playing" along intentionally....just wondered how many were and never knew it.

One friend of mine did work there with me for a little while, and knew he heard it even on his first day.......I turned and looked at him he was shaking his ass working away hahaha

There's a wonderful description in Skiffs and Schooners of the caulking squad hammering the oakum and cotton caulking into the ship seams in time, in rhythm, with a lead singer. (R.D.Culler, 1974)

There's a wonderful description in Skiffs and Schooners of the caulking squad (1930s) hammering the oakum and cotton caulking into the ship seams in time, in rhythm, with a lead singer. (R.D.Culler, 1974)

Hahhh, mr. @Tim Fatchen ... I actually know of what you speak, as a charter member of some seaport museum and actually having banged some cotton, well. Wink hahhh!

One of my favorite designs is the (soon to be lost culure of...) the "Sneak Box". Locally known as the "coffin". However, more than most could know, you could live "in", with it for an extended period. And, one fellow took it on a country (ours here), trek, (long ago when stuff like that mattered).

Great reference!

Where have "all the cowboys gone" Smile hahhh!