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During the height of Tinder craze, I was swayed by my friend to download it on my phone and have a go at it. The funny thing is I am based in Middle East and having Tinder doesnt help at all. But one fine day I matched with a guy and we started talking. It went too fast actually and before you know it we had our first date. He is “fine” and I had an instant liking. We went on 4 consecutive dates(yep! went all the way on the 1st date). He was leaving for a 2 month holiday. On the day prior to him leaving he mentioned that he is not sure when he will see me again – coz he lives on a different city. He did say to keep in touch. So I let him go on his holiday and bid my time. Sent him a message after over a week to say hello – he never replied back. Told myself that he might be really busy with his holidays so thats fine. Sent him a follow up message 2 weeks after the 1st message – no reply. And finally on the week that he is expected due back I sent him a message, this time he replied to it. When he came back – he was not sending messages, I sent him a message checking in on him – replied with a one liner so I decided to drop it. Coz clearly he is not into me. Then lo and behold, he suddenly sends me messages asking if I will be in town or any plans of visiting to which i told him No. Then he was being cute about wanting to see me – I gave in. Coz I really like this guy. And after a fun weekend, I dont know what to expect anymore. Honestly, I am sure the best thing is not to expect coz clearly this is more of a hookup and such. But I really like him and I dont know what to do next. :/
In the mid 1920’s when Purdue University converted from Helicon’s to Sousaphones, they went to King Sousaphones. These horns were used by the marching band in some fashion until about 5 or 10 years ago when the Sousaphone section began to maintain over 20 members, and new horns were purchased. The majority of these were 3 valve (model 1250), but there were a number of 4 valve (model 1251) and one 4 valve (model 1265). The model 1265 is the one that is called “Big Bertha” The model 1265 was the “Jumbo” Sousaphone produced by H N White Company for King. No one really knows how many of the King 1265 model sousaphones H N White made as after the company was sold in 1965 the buying company destroyed all the production records. 12