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"He's gone, he's dead, his brain is fried.
We'll never hear again his trombone slide."

An Interview with Bobby Duncan, Trombone stud

Interviewer: Please state your name for the record.
Trombone stud: Bobby Duncan

Interviewer: How many years have you spent tormenting the people of this world?
Bobby: 22
Interviewer: And how many here, at Southwestern Oklahoma State University?
Bobby: 5
Interviewer: What exactly do you expect from these people here, especially from Dr. Robert Chambers?
Bobby: Just a BME, Instrumental/General. That's all.

Interviewer:Okay, let's get down to the more...philosophical questions, shall we? If you were stuck on an island, what would you want with you?
Bobby: Well, a tennis court, with a racket and a couple of balls; a pool table, with all of the necessary accessories, and a computer. With Internet access, of course.
Interviewer: Of course. And what sites would you visit, if you were to be on an island all alone with a computer?
Bobby: You mean, on the Internet?
Interviewer: (silence)
Bobby: I'm not at liberty to disclose that information.

Interviewer: Okay. Let's go on to a more...normal question. What organizations do you belong to?
Bobby: I'm the Alumni/Corresponding Secretary of Kappa Kappa Psi, National Honorary Band Fraternity. I'm also the current President of SWOSU's chapter of MENC - Music Educators National Convention.
Interviewer: Very good. After you graduate, what do you wish to do with your life?
Bobby: Well, I plan to teach. Music. Somewhere. Then, I hope to get my Masters Degree, or even Doctoral Degree in Conducting. Eventually, I hope to retire...
Interviewer: (under breath) your kidding
Bobby: ...and spend the rest of my days working for Kappa Kappa Psi.
Interviewer: Good luck to you. And everyone else.
Bobby: Thank you very much.

This ends the interview with Bobby Duncan

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