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Young guitar busker

By GeoffB 12 March 2014 27

Would anybody know the name or contact for the young kid (about 10 y.o.) that occasionally busks with his electric guitar outside the Canberra Centre. His dad is usually there with him somewhere. thx

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Masquara 3:55 pm 14 Mar 14

Pitchka said :

Masquara said :

colourful sydney racing identity said :

PostGrowthWorld said :

@Masquara. Agree. In any case, my son is about the same age and plays drums. He wants to learn a few songs with someone his age and the kid that we saw plays well.

and i am sure you would be thrilled if random adults attempted to contact him…

Unlikely. Joking about the post was briefly amusing, but it’s clear that postgrowthworld was not in fact planning anything nefarious. No need to turn the banter into anything serious here.

So true, if someone on the interwebs claims they are innocent, you should believe them…

No, I’m saying that turning a post that has been clearly explained into a serious accusation is not cool. The initial responses were banter – you’re turning it into nasty inferences.

zorro29 said :

PostGrowthWorld said :

Yes. A perfectly understandable reaction to my query. While I may have problems tracking down this talented young musician, it’s reassuring to know that at some stage in the future, should I develop a preference for kiddies, I can readily consult the pin-d**ked vermin on this thread for some first-hand, networking advice.

Ah, see we were unsure before but /now/ you seem perfectly polite, reasonable and classy. Just the kind of person everyone would want around their kids. Someone give the number.

Brilliant.

justin heywood 3:13 pm 14 Mar 14

Actually, there’s a few posts on this thread way creepier than anything the OP wrote.

bundah 3:12 pm 14 Mar 14

Pitchka said :

Happy to help, shall we meet in your garage, with all the other 10yo boys for a ‘jamming’ session?

And not a pitchka to be seen anywhere….

zorro29 2:23 pm 14 Mar 14

PostGrowthWorld said :

Yes. A perfectly understandable reaction to my query. While I may have problems tracking down this talented young musician, it’s reassuring to know that at some stage in the future, should I develop a preference for kiddies, I can readily consult the pin-d**ked vermin on this thread for some first-hand, networking advice.

Ah, see we were unsure before but /now/ you seem perfectly polite, reasonable and classy. Just the kind of person everyone would want around their kids. Someone give the number.

Pitchka 11:05 am 14 Mar 14

PostGrowthWorld said :

Yes. A perfectly understandable reaction to my query. While I may have problems tracking down this talented young musician, it’s reassuring to know that at some stage in the future, should I develop a preference for kiddies, I can readily consult the pin-d**ked vermin on this thread for some first-hand, networking advice.

Happy to help, shall we meet in your garage, with all the other 10yo boys for a ‘jamming’ session?

Pitchka 11:03 am 14 Mar 14

Masquara said :

colourful sydney racing identity said :

PostGrowthWorld said :

@Masquara. Agree. In any case, my son is about the same age and plays drums. He wants to learn a few songs with someone his age and the kid that we saw plays well.

and i am sure you would be thrilled if random adults attempted to contact him…

Unlikely. Joking about the post was briefly amusing, but it’s clear that postgrowthworld was not in fact planning anything nefarious. No need to turn the banter into anything serious here.

So true, if someone on the interwebs claims they are innocent, you should believe them…

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