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So, Avengers endgame SPOILER FREE

DON"T SPOIL THE ENDGAME 

I saw it twice, and may I say. IT. WAS. AMAZING. Now, I may be a marvel superfan that bought tickets a month in advance for the premier screening, but this was one heck of a movie.

But, opinions------  Did any one not like i for specific reasons (Please be cryptic (Wait that makes no sense. Be specific but cryptic?) Just don't spoil the movie!!!

I will be moderating this disscusion so no one gets it spoiled for them!!!

Riddle Game!

Basically, I'm being a copy-cat. Only thing different from the one in RSA and this one, is this is for riddles only. 
So, for those of you who don't know the rules, I will try to explain. There will be 10 riddles per round. If you answer a riddle correctly, you will get a point! You are allowed to guess as many times as you want. The person that has the most points by the end of the round, wins that round! 
Also, only Phia and I will post the riddles. Please, do not try to post your own because I will delete them. If you want to post riddles, you must do it in a different discussion. 
Thank you! 

Welcome! Why don’t you introduce yourself? :D

Hey guys, welcome to Wolf Pack! Why don’t you take a moment to introduce yourselves?
Also, a thanks to AcousticRenegade for making this group! She’s our leader technically, so listen to her. ;P

Guess I’ll introduce myself.


I’m Jay, I’m a transcriber, arranger, singer, composer, and pianist. I’ve had piano lessons for 2 and a half years, and I’ve been self taught sense. I’m currently learning guitar too. I love making people smile, and I love to talk to people. :)

Stepping back to a saved online revision?

Is there a way to retrieve an online revision if necessary?

I originally upload the composition In January 2018.   Revise it May 2018.  Revise it again on March 2019.

For legal purposes, and if necessary, would there be any way to retrieve the Jan 2018 and May 2018 revisions?

I don't need to at this time, but this would be an incredibly helpful feature (at least for me)

I think it was a bad idea...

I think it was a bad idea to try to learn the violin. So, my reason for saying that is this: Back in 2016, I fell off an exercise ball and hit my neck on a wooden arm-rest on a couch. We happen to have a RN and a Physical Therapist at our house. I think it scared the RN when I fell. I laid so still because I thought that I had broken my neck. Anyway, my neck was quite injured but it wasn't broken. I thought it had healed up, but ever since January of this year, when I started the violin, I've had extreme neck problems. I literally have to crack/snap my neck around 10-20 times a day. I was talking to some people and we are thinking that the angle in which you hold a violin was too much for my neck. What do you guys think?
 (I probably should have posted this in the violin group, but, I didn't want to. LOL!)