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Once there was an elephant who tried to use a telephant... No... I mean an elephone who tried to use the telephone. Dear me, I am not certain quite, that even now I've got it right. Howe'r it was he got his trunk entangled in the telephunk, the more he tried to get it free the louder buzzed the telephee. I fear I had better drop the song, of the elephop and the telephong.

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Jun 17, 2006 - 02:18 PM
Can't touch this!
War And Peace
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Jun 16, 2006 - 03:01 PM
El Ray calls me a moron
And in the same post puts up this link:
http://www.gamingforce.com/forums/se...earchid=181047



Shit, VBcode is like masturbating. It takes a complete retard to do it wrong.

I couldn't be laughing harder.

Leave the trolling to the professionals, son.

EDIT: BECAUSE I CAN EDIT TOO!!!
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Plus I like the fact that nowhere in my journal have I called you a moron.
Indeed, editing is a very useful tool. Way to show yourself off as an even bigger loser.


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Jun 16, 2006 - 09:59 AM
A short rant about Detroit drivers
GOD GAVE YOU FEET!

MAN GAVE YOU AN ACCELERATOR AND A V8 HEMI!

PUT THEM TOGETHER!

GOOD THINGS WILL HAPPEN!



You would think in The Motor City, of all places, people would be more than happy to show off the power of their brand new cars. T_T


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Jun 15, 2006 - 04:00 PM
Hell Yeah!


I can finally tear through that Classical Recordings thread like there's no tomorrow.
I'm behind by at least 10 pages.

My workplace won't be wanting for any new good music for a long while. :biggrin:

I wonder if other people can take advantage of this opportunity too. Give it a try.


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Jun 15, 2006 - 11:02 AM
Sass vs. Elixir, the musical
*The stage curtain lifts, with LeHah standing on a soap box, in front of a large crowd*

LeHah(dramatically):Is it me or is there a hysterical, bitter irony about handicapped people driving?

How can you be handicapped - and drive? Isn't that fucking backwards? "I can't walk around or use my legs well - but I can drive my car!" What is that shit? Who came up with this idea?

"I'm handicapped and need a wheelchair to get around. This allows me to park anywhere I want - but don't treat me different because I'm handicapped! Handicapped! HANDICAPPED!"

Seriously, theres something fucking wrong with this basic idea.

Can handicapped people fly planes?

More importantly, can planes fly handicapped people?


*Intro number*
*enter Elixir*
Elixir(enter measure 42):PS2 controllerrrrrrrrrs.

*enter Sass on pallet jack*

Sass(with angst)(measure 54): shut up, you're annoiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiy*breath*innnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn nnnnnnnnnnnnnng
Elixir(measure 132): sto-op complaining!
Sass(measure 134):

(Return to measure 132. Repeat 50 times)
*curtain drops*


I will be working on the full score for this after work.
It is guaranteed to be a hit.

EDIT: Thank God LeHah finally Ghost Ridered that shit.


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Jun 13, 2006 - 07:59 PM
Hey GFF!
elated


Yes, I know that my handwriting sucks

I finally got my long awaited and long desired tablet PC, and it is everything I had hoped for and more. The keyboard is an excellent size, the screen is an awesome 14.1" widescreen, and especially awesome is that even though it has a dinky 1.4GHz Celeron M processor, it can run Reason 2.5 without hardly any perceptible lag.

I am hoping that this will also assist me in bettering my studies, as I have a tendency to take notes in class and never review them. Hopefully I will be compelled to transcribe all of my notes to this baby every day.

Currently Playing: Some old 60's music at a coffeeshop

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Jun 13, 2006 - 02:43 PM
Church Bulletin Bloopers
Living up to my reputation as the "God guy," or whatever:


-Several members who have been in the hospital are not on their way to recovery, for which we are thankful.

-The Jack and Kill Daycare is looking for someone to help part time on Saturdays.

-We'll kick off the Christmas season this morning with our first hymn, "The First Nowell"

-Our Wednesday Night Family Cafeteria meal will feature a variety of Chinese dishes including One Ton Soup.

-Events: December 9th, Christmas Caroling at the Parkview Nursing Home 7:00 p.m., December 10th, Breakfast with Satan 6:00 to 9:00 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall.

-The Youth Group had a scavenger hunt, did face painting, and played a game called, "Find the gun." They had a great time.

-The Pastor's Corner: A Personal Massage from Jesus

-Due to Construction on the North side of the parking lot, we will soon be changing entrances. Please exit the new driveway which is the one in between the old entrance and the old exit. Please exit from the new exit which is the old entrance.

-Our Senior's group is sponsoring a dance December 12. You can Dance the Night Away from 5:00 until 7:00 p.m. for only $5 per person.

-What are you doing for Lunch Tuesday? Local Funeral Director Barry Gilbert will talk about the benefits of cremation.

-The Riegieman Chiropractic Center will host Kid's Day this Saturday. They'll be treating the youth group to spinal exams, backpack checks, I.D. Cards, etc.



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Jun 12, 2006 - 10:13 AM
South of 8 Mile
So, the Detroit Festival of the Arts was this past weekend. Since I still don't really know anybody in the area all that well, I just decided to go check it out alone. There were lots of awesome things to be seen, including musicians and art exhibitions.

Some of the things which stuck out to me in particular was the Australian music stand, where a guy blew out some awesome sounds on the digereedoo. The most impressive part was that not only did he make some remarkable sounds on that instrument, but he kept some elaborate rhythms with shakers on each of his legs and and large maraca in one hand.

The highlight, to me, were the musical exhibitions. When I first got there, I was just wandering around, getting my bearings, and I found myself drawn to a small uncovered stage off to the side of the festival where a strange mixture of djembe, electric and acoustic guitar and electric bass and assorted percussion produced what could only be described as a mixture of reggae, soul, and carribean music. I found out later that this genre is called "Honduran Garifuna Soul," which was performed by the Aurelio Martinez band. Definitely good stuff to check out, in my humble opinion.

I wandered around some more and inreasingly, I noticed some people with rather "remarkable" (if such a word could be used) hairdoos. Some people would have their hair spiked in massive cones, each with a different color. Others had foriegn objects stuck into their hair, probably used as supports for the Dr. Seuss-esque hair styles. Yellow hair which spiraled out in a variety of directions; pink hair that stuck straight up in a single column and ended in a tuft; flattened hair with circles painted on them, and basket-woven, bead-laced wires sticking in and out of it. I found out (also) later that this was some unique service being provided in one of the plazas on the Wayne State campus, where some German group would style your hair in ludicrously complex shapes just for kicks and giggles(and probably more money than it was worth to cast away your dignity). While they were styling though, the music that was blasting was a horrific mix of electronica and some South American music. I like electronica music, but this was was flat out awful.

Anyways, I spent the latter half of the evening looking for neat things which I could get for my Magic Box recipient (It doesn't help that I didn't know anything about the person in question, and he/she doesn't post that much at all @_@), and listening to some of the performances. I did find some neat, cheap things, and I hope he/she will be happy with them.

The performances were pretty good too.

The first one that I stuck around for was a celtic music/comedy group called the "Tartan Terrors." They were really fine musicians, even though their humor was more often than not rather grody. One interesting aspect of their performance was that the secondary percussionist on dejmbe would break out a digereedoo, and fill the area with a continuous blast of harmonized bass. I wonder how long it took them to find one which was just suited to match the B-flat tones of the bagpipes.

Anyways, after that jolly good time, I stuck around longer to see a talented blues group from Cleveland perform late into the evening. Very unfortunate for them, the first 30 minutes were fraught with feedback. The man who seemed to be in charge of the sound looked like one of those pathetic, poorly-groomed, washed-out old "rocker" men who sported long-dead hairstyles, and inappropriately tight clothing for their age. His poor performance as sound manager matched his disheveled look. But this was not the only negative aspect of the performance. With remarkable insight, it appears that the planning committee placed the event's dumpster/incinerator no less than 200 feet upwind from the performance tent. Most winds in Michigan go from west to east, and this was no exception. By the time they were finished fixing up all of the feedback problems, approximately 3/4 of the original audience was driven away by the cold, rancid drafts, and ear-piercing squeals. However, that remaining quarter was in for an absolutely fine performance of spirit and talent. After writing all this, I just realized that I forgot to mention the name of the group, which is the Wallace Coleman Band. The main singer definitely had a great deal of talent on vocals and harmonica, and I was often moved by their songs.

And now, reaching the end of the evening, and tying the title of this entry into the whole of the story: I was driving back home on Woodward Ave. when I swear I saw none other than the "YOU GONNA GET RAPED" man, complete with shabby beard, bulbous eyes, and grimy, hooded winter coat.


Currently Playing: Bach - Cello Suites (Pablo Casals)

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Jun 8, 2006 - 03:06 PM
An Interesting Observation
Even discussions about me are lame.

Not even Sass and LeHah can work with my overwhelming suck.

I tried posting this in Sass's journal, but she's afraid of the truth.

Oh Fjordor, how far ye have fallen.


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Jun 8, 2006 - 01:19 PM
Follow-up to Sass.
So it seems people dislike me, and even compare me to VG ( uber ;_; )
Ok, seriously, why?

Real (preferrably thorough, and/or non-trolling) reasons are more than welcome, and opinions will be noted with sobriety.


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