Re: [Harp-L] Harmonica Progress

I used to joke that my playing wasn't getting any better, but I was getting really good at steering with my knees...
But to John's point-I'm fairly certain the harp is considered a hand held device which is illegal while driving in my neck of the woods...

Safe Harp'n

Jordan Feldman

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> On Jan 22, 2014, at 5:15 PM, "john.stevens" <john.stevens58@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Have read this thread with interest. The concept of maximizing practice time is of obvious value but I find encouraging distracted driving to be irresponsible at best. It's reasonably common knowledge that distracted driving such as cell phone use, whether hands free or not, is as significant an impairment as drunk driving. Playing a musical instrument while driving isn't much different. My guess is most courts would hold us to that standard. So if you hurt, or God forbid, kill someone, your future could take a left turn. Even if you're talented enough to drive with just your knees and play a terrific version of Juke at the same time do us all a favor and please stay off the public roads while doing that!

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