Governor Duct Tape


The many uses of DUCT TAPE!! … “The company Johnson & Johnson invented duct tape for the military to use during World War II. They needed something waterproof to keep moisture out of ammunition cases. Duct tape literally helped us beat fascism.”

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As a former gigging musician, I can truly appreciate the importance of duct tape. A guitar player will have guitar strings, pedals, straps, cables, picks, set lists, and other assorted musician goodies in his gig bag, one of the most important essentials is duct tape. What’s the specific use of duct tape at a show for a rock band? There isn’t one but you never know what’s going to come up. Mostly though, you use it to tape cables to the floor so people don’t trip over them, including band members. I once did a show without a stage (did a LOT of those) and we were placed in front of the bathroom. People were walking between me and the bass player while we were playing. Duct tape was very important that night.

The company Johnson & Johnson invented duct tape for the military to use during World War II…

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Wow!! Vintage … “I bought it in 1969 in Bamako. I never met the photographer but he would have likely taken the picture in the Tombouctou or Gao areas of the Sahara. Photo taken over 50 years ago by a French man in Mali. Originally a black and white photo which has faded to sepia tones due to deficiencies in photo processing!

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Notes:

  • Thank you Darlene. “I bought it in 1969 in Bamako. I never met the photographer but he would have likely taken the picture in the Tombouctou or Gao areas of the Sahara. Photo taken over 50 years ago by a French man in Mali. Originally a black and white photo which has faded to sepia tones due to deficiencies in photo processing!”
    Background on Caleb/Wednesday/Hump Day Posts and Geico’s original commercial: Let’s Hit it Again.

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