--- On Thu, 5/3/12, Karl (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> From: Karl (email@example.com)
> Subject: KK:MRwtP
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Thursday, May 3, 2012, 4:05 PM
> tracks (not opus nos.): 1 3 4
> 7 12 13 disc one
> 3 4 12 15 disc two.
Hello Keptin Karl,
The piece of information I need to fully enter this discussion is how many tracks I put on each disc as I gave them to you. Then I will know which Opuses you are talking about (especially on disc two, where opus numbers and track numbers really go haywire) and can compare it with my information and analysis. See what I mean? To make it simple, simply replace the word BLANK with the correct numbers in the following sentence:
I Kaaarl have BLANK tracks on disc one of my collection and BLANK tracks on disc two of my collection as you prepared them for me then forgot exactly how you divided them roughly in half, mostly whether that six minute one ends disc one or starts disc two you old genius man meeeemphis pal.
(Do not substitute the same number for both appearances of the word BLANK in the above sentence as that will necessarily make your reply inaccurate, given the odd number of total tracks, even though the word BLANK is the same in both places as I decided...Wait.)
This will make it easier: I Kaaarl have NUMBEROFTRACKSONDISC1(ONE) tracks on disc one of the collection as you prepared them for me to listen to and NUMBEROFTRACKSONDISC2(TWO) tracks on disc two of the collection as you prepared them for me to listen to.
That will be better. Now just replace NUMBEROFTRACKSONDISC1(ONE) with the actual number of tracks on disc 1 (one) and NUMBEROFTRACKSONDISC2(TWO) with the actual number of track on disc 2 (two). Then re-e-mail this back to me with that sentence (with the long, capitalized, unspaced phrases replaced with the the CORRECT numbers - again, not the same number for both, that's why I changed them from both just being BLANK - and I will get it and be able to tell which performances you are talking about. Then we can begin discussions of which performances truly belong here with us among the clouds. Thanks.
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