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"Imagine that you're playing your instrument of choice, but as you play, its getting smaller and you can't touch it because its so cold that your fingers will blister. Michael Colligan deals with this all the time with dry ice, his instrument of choice. See more on gearwire.com."
Tom Billings writes: "A loyal goon and I peform La Monte Youngs 'Compositions 1960 No.7' in Christ Church, Abingdon, in aid of the National Autistic Society.
A relaxing and deep experience, but made a little annoying by the fact that, as nobody knew it was happening, hardly anybody turned up...I was hoping actually to do a twenty-four hour performance of this and write down my observations of various changing perceptions over time, (we did that here but, unfortunatly, most of our notes were thrown away by the cleaners next morning!) but I'm having trouble finding somewhere that'll be open to me for twenty four hours, which is very annoying."
This is the type of thing that you can't really do with a disloyal goon...