Subject: Re: Powerful speaker in Toronto
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On Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 1:22:23 AM UTC-8, popinjay wrote:

>How do they know where to put their fingers?

It starts with learning all the different the chord shapes, and then practicing them in different
sequences and combinations (usually to match some existing song) until muscle memory takes over. 

I think you should start playing. It's very therapeutic. You can get a halfway decent guitar for
$100. It's possible that once you open those new neural pathways your politics will improve as well.