StargazerTony said:Well, at least we now know that a dollar equals 4 Scottish accordions or 10 American accordions. It seems the louder they get the more cents they cost, or have I got it all wrong?
Don't know if you got it right or wrong, but I've been senselessly trying to make some sense out of this entire senseless matter but don't have enough sense to give a cent for it. What was the question again?
Had to consult a chart that we use to identify old Roman coins we still occasionally find in the garden.
The only coins they had were Denarius, Sestertius, and Dupondius, so I don't know what the Romans used to measure the tuning of their accordions before the cent was invented.
One of the coins I have still has legible wording on it. It says "nunc laudo libros de musica forum" My Latin is a bit rusty (like the coin), but I believe it means "never join a music forum". Seems that advice was sound in 55 B.C and before.
With that I'm out of here, "diutissime".