Piccolos, on the other hand, belong mainly on the fifty yard line of a football field where the unfortunate audience can maintain a safe distance.
And, as we know, musicians are quite serious about their food.
Well, you’re not really getting that call for free, are you…Give them half, which leaves you 0.875 cents per minute, and you’ve got a pretty attractive proposition!
You’re still paying long distance charges, which are at minimum going to be the 1 or 2 cents per minute that Gizmo or Skype are charging.
And, because they’re rural, the charges are often steeply higher than to terminate in an urban setting.
In the “NFL” cities, you might expect to pay 6 to 8 tenths of a cent per minute for termination.
We begin with the string family's smallest member: the violin.
If you are in an emergency, then we would recommend that you call 911.
The clarinet is, without a doubt, the easiest of all orchestral instruments to play.
Clarinets are cheap, and the reeds are literally a dime a dozen.
Arbitrage the subsidized rural rate against your costs and, presto, you’ve got a winner!
Yesterday they announced free long distance calling to some 50 odd countries world wide.