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A friend of mine that passed away had a Beatles song tattooed on his arm but none of us know which. The family is desperate to find out. Can anyone identify these notes? by flyryan in beatles

[–]flyryan[S] 30 points31 points  (0 children)

He was an incredible guy. An extremely talented guitar player, an inventor, and a great friend to everyone who had the opportunity to know him. He had a huge heart and is greatly missed by all of his family and friends. Several people in my circle of friends are having an extremely difficult time with his passing and little nuggets like this song really help with the grief.

A friend of mine that passed away had a Beatles song tattooed on his arm but none of us know which. The family is desperate to find out. Can anyone identify these notes? by flyryan in beatles

[–]flyryan[S] 59 points60 points  (0 children)

Excellent. I didn't want to taint the response pool but someone had mentioned it might be In My Life. Thank you so much for this!

Edit: Since people keep asking, no that is not a postmortum picture. Here is the full picture: https://i.imgur.com/m8ck4Vz.jpg

Cars create rolling roadblock to prevent others passing, despite lanes being open [UK] by VisualCamouflage in rage

[–]flyryan 3 points4 points  (0 children)

You're wrong. People who don't use all available road (which reduces congestion) and merge as a zipper at the point of the closing are the ones who cause traffic. The merge has to happen no matter what. The most efficient way to do it is to use all of the available road before doing it. Anything else causes more backups. People think they are being responsible by merging early and waiting in line but that is just not true. It causes more traffic. Go look at your driving handbook. This is in there. It's probably even in your local laws. You merge at a merge point. And people in the open lane are supposed to let the mergers in. It's supposed to zipper. I would bet you're one of the people who try to block people from merging in because you think THEY are the assholes.

Cars create rolling roadblock to prevent others passing, despite lanes being open [UK] by VisualCamouflage in rage

[–]flyryan 5 points6 points  (0 children)

You're wrong. People who don't use all available road (which reduces congestion) and merge as a zipper at the point of the closing are the ones who cause traffic. The merge has to happen no matter what. The most efficient way to do it is to use all of the available road before doing it. Anything else causes more backups. People think they are being responsible by merging early and waiting in line but that is just not true. It causes more traffic. Go look at your driving handbook. This is in there. It's probably even in your local laws. You merge at a merge point.

Foil surfing under the sunset | Eric Sterman by LetsFindSomeTalent in toptalent

[–]flyryan 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Yeah. People shouldn't enjoy anything that makes them happen. It's awful.

Prince Harry gets taught a handshake by wrdb2007 in wholesomegifs

[–]flyryan -3 points-2 points  (0 children)

You're not realizing that your statement fails a basic logic test. Liking someone who is a war criminal doesn't mean they would like all war criminals. He didn't say he liked war criminals. He said he liked Bush. If he had said "I like Bush BECAUSE he is a war criminal" then your association would work but that isn't even close to what he said.

What you're saying is the equivalent to saying "oh you like Tom Hanks? Then you would like Hitler because he has brown hair too!".

Prince Harry gets taught a handshake by wrdb2007 in wholesomegifs

[–]flyryan 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Your example implied if he likes Bush, then he must also like Hitler... How is that NOT comparing the two? Why would you assume liking Bush equated to liking Hitler if you're not comparing them?

How a Roomba (vacuum robot) learns the layout of a house by Nipru in WatchandLearn

[–]flyryan 0 points1 point  (0 children)

The 600s and 700s are absolutely not supposed to learn your floor plan and there is no advertised feature that they do. I have a 600-series. It's only the 900 series that do this.

Married in August, split in September, she won't leave the house, and keeps posting memories of them. It's becoming more annoying than sad. (More background in the comments) by [deleted] in facepalm

[–]flyryan 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Saying it doesn't make it true.

Posts should cause viewers to facepalm.

Your post does not do that, even with the additional content (that isn't supposed to be needed).