Long line of segways

I thought it was an optical illusion at first, but nope. Looks like fun!

[via Shell Bell]

3 Responses to “Long line of segways”

  1. snark attack says:

    1. they’re ALL in the cross walk
    2. i think it’s really cute when segway people stop in the park to walk around. i mean, they’re paying a lot of moneys to ride the segways so why are they walking? also, hella cute that most of ‘em keep the dorky yellow helmet on

    snark out.

  2. schnyder, daniel. trombone quartet. pokemon trombone sheet music trombone soloists the adjustment of intonation is most often accomplished with a tuning slide that is a short slide between the neckpipe and the bell incorporating the bell bow (u-bend); this device was designed by the french maker franois riedlocker during the early nineteenth century and applied to french and british designs and later in the century to german and american models, though german trombones were built without tuning slides well into the 20th century. however, trombonists, unlike other instrumentalists, are not subject to the intonation issues connected with valved or keyed instruments, since they can adjust intonation “on the fly” by subtly altering slide positions when necessary. many types of trombone also include one or more rotary valves that are used to increase the length of the instrument (and therefore lower its pitch) by directing the air flow through additional tubing. for legato, after the first note in the phrase, tongue as if saying “dah” or “lah” instead of “tah.” if you whisper “tah dah dah dah tah dah dah dah,” you can hear and feel the difference between “t” and “d.” it is also possible to play natural slurs when, for example the two notes next to each other are in the same slide position. practice legato tonguing so that it sounds the same as a natural slur.