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How would I be able to teach students how to play instruments and become a band teacher?

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

Question by : How would I be able to teach students how to play instruments and become a band teacher?
I live in a small town called Clendenin. I can play the following instruments; bass and regular clarinet, flute, piccolo, trumpet, baritone, sax, trombone, piano, key board, and guitar (acoustic and electric). I would love to teach elementary students how to play or even become a band teacher. How would I accomplish this?

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Answer by cjvw622
You need to get a university or college degree in music and then take a teacher training course.
You don’t say if you’re a student or an adult. In some areas adults with skills can offer private lessons or organize an after school band activity (for which the students pay a fee) Budget cuts in our area have made orchestra and band impossible for now, so one of the mothers who plays violin organized a string orchestra. The children pay a fee and she uses the music room after school for lessons and rehearsals.

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Would it be a bad idea to ask my cousin to give me his electric guitar and amp for a temporary time?

Thursday, December 27th, 2012

Question by zokay: Would it be a bad idea to ask my cousin to give me his electric guitar and amp for a temporary time?
I mean, he doesn’t uses it because hes not home for 5 days and in those 2 days he plays keyboard mostly, he has like 5 amp’s. I mean he NEVER uses the guitar.
I just want it to train on because i love guitars, I have an acoustic with broken neck, my dad will not buy me a guitar, he says he has other things to pay first, and I understand that.

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Answer by Jeff
sure, the worst he can say is no. there’s never a bad time to take up an instrument! good luck.

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What are some hobbies that would be interesting to other people?

Wednesday, December 26th, 2012

Question by Abra B: What are some hobbies that would be interesting to other people?
My only hobbies are reading (introverted), drinking with friends (not exactly character building) and obsessing about dating (a joke … kind of). What are some other hobbies that I could use to talk about in conversation, especially that guys wouldn’t be bored talking to you about? I am really curious, so learning any new thing is appealing … but it’d be nice to kill two birds with one stone and have a good conversation topic to get others engaged in conversation.

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Answer by Mike M.
I suggest you think about taking up model railroading as a hobby. More and more Girls are getting into the hobby also, and I suggest you give it some thought.

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2 people kicking ball to each other on a field, would this help for football skills?

Thursday, December 6th, 2012

Question by : 2 people kicking ball to each other on a field, would this help for football skills?
Trying to improve.

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Answer by Hannah
It could help with your passing yes and you could try doing moving passes where one person runs to the side and then you pass and move, receive the ball and pass again etc. Also you could try scoring, dribbling, practising interception where someone tries to take the ball off you and other skills like that 🙂

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I would like to see photo of locomotive pulling inauguration train.?

Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

Question by Joe: I would like to see photo of locomotive pulling inauguration train.?
What is the model and who owns the locomotive ?

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Answer by PennyLeeD2
It looked like a regular Amtrak engine, number 44.

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Why would a beautiful 45 year old woman marry a 68 year old fat guy?

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

Question by Cletus: Why would a beautiful 45 year old woman marry a 68 year old fat guy?
Absolutely beautiful, thin blonde 45 year old (could pass for 35 easily), twice-divorced woman married a fat 68-year old divorced truck driver whose main interests are deer hunting and model railroads. Their house got foreclosed and they moved into a trailer. What is she doing with him?
Sarah, what’s rude about it? I just don’t understand what she sees in this guy…thanks for your response.

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Answer by ~SL~
i dunno, maybe she likes his beer belly?

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how much would a antique 1946 lionel train sets sale for?

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

Question by : how much would a antique 1946 lionel train sets sale for?
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Answer by OMEGAN
Find the web site for Train Collectors of America. (TCA) You should be able to find sources there to lead you to someone that could give you an accurate estimate.

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How would i sell a bunch of toy trains, track and accessories?

Monday, August 27th, 2012

Question by Alex: How would i sell a bunch of toy trains, track and accessories?
My family was left about 300 toy trains and all the things that go with them by an uncle when he passed. We don’t really have any interest in keeping the collection and are looking to sell it to by bills and such. How would i go about doing this for such a massive collection? It has lionel and many other brands

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Answer by DD
Craigslist or eBay

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How would I find out what a Lionel train set from the 50s-60s is worth?

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012

Question by : How would I find out what a Lionel train set from the 50s-60s is worth?

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Answer by HappyDog
There are several books on the market. This is just one. You’re highly likely to find a great selection at your local public library.

http://www.amazon.com/Warmans-Lionel-Train-Field-Guide/dp/0896892999/ref=sr_1_5?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1289056487&sr=1-5

Good luck.

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i have a 1940 union pacific lionel train set. how much would that be to sell it on like an antique thing.?

Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

Question by justin b: i have a 1940 union pacific lionel train set. how much would that be to sell it on like an antique thing.?
and if possible probably a place to sell it on also.

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Answer by EclipseRD
Well it’s going to depend on a number of factors: The specific model/set, how rare it is, how many were built and more than anything else – It’s condition (including, boxes, power transformers and other accessories).

There are a number of books out there that are analogous to the used automobile industry “blue books” which will give you a “ball park” idea on what the model/set could go for.

Again depending on the condition and desirability of your item could easily dictate on where you would want to sell it. Dealers are usually more than happy to put your item on consignment for anywhere from 10-30% commission. If it’s really rare they might be interested in buying it outright. This can be a gray area as they may offer much less than they would sell for in order to make a profit.

Taking it to a train show or other model event and selling it yourself is also an option. Consider the price to purchase table space and entrance fees into how much you want to sell it for. Train “swap meets” auctions and club classified are also great resources.

Do some research for “toy train” clubs/organizations in your area. If you find one, contact them and solicit interest for your set. Members with a keen interest in your set might want certain pieces and not others and you will need to decide if you want to split the set up or not. It might be what makes it sell. Again, someone may steer you in a direction other than what I’ve suggested.

I’ll bring up Ebay (and online auction houses in genral) last since it’s the most risky. Not from a scam point of view but from a profit point of view. Investigate your model/set’s worth as much as possible before you plan on thinking of putting it on Ebay. Review Ebay’s item listing and selling fees and consider what you need out of the “deal” to make it worth it to you. Ebay can net you a lot of money but don’t list the item at “Junkman mentality” prices and out price the item. If you are familiar with online auctions then great. If not, I would suggest a lot of study and education to understand how they work and what you need to know in order to successfully sell on them.

Good luck to you!

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