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Why do people do these survey things and then not have fun with answering the questions? It's so boring to read "yes", "no", "uh, sorta".... it has got to be boring to write them as well. Perhaps I will steal one and demonstrate.

Currently Blasting: Rhapsody - Symphony Of Enchanted Lands

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From: ex_consequen376 Date: May 2nd, 2001 08:36 am (UTC) (Link)

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I avoid people who give answers like that to questions. They rarely, if ever, have anything meaninful to say at all, so they're not really worth dealing with.

God damn, it's hot in this room. I hope my Kit Kats don't melt. Maybe I should keep them in the refridgerator.

Today I got an issue of Rolling Stone in the mail. I regret buying that multi-year subscription back when I actually liked that magazine. Now I don't know when it'll end. All I do is check the reviews to see if there are any Rock bands I like featured there, then I throw the issue on the shelf with the other unread ones. -_-

I wonder when Blackwater Park will arrive in the mail. My lovely fianceé sent it for me a few days ago, and now I really want it. Well, I've really wanted it since I heard it was being worked on, but now I practically have it, and it's difficult waiting.

You may have noticed that I'm rambling on right now. I have no real reason for doing so, I just figured I'd reply with more than a couple lines worth of an answer. ^_^

†Joseph

I think that's the first time I told anyone here my name. -_-
suffocated From: suffocated Date: May 2nd, 2001 01:49 pm (UTC) (Link)

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"answers like that"....referring to straight answers or answers that have a little fun with it?

Rolling Stone, to me, is about as pathetic as a magazine can get. The "Metal Edge" of mainstream music. That was a weird analogy.

I think I should buy all of Opeth's stuff. I have one right now. But since I'm poor, it will have to wait.

I think that is the first time you've mentioned your name. Nice to make your acquaintance, Joseph.
From: ex_consequen376 Date: May 2nd, 2001 02:04 pm (UTC) (Link)

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I meant straight answers that don't take much thought. Such as in the following simulated conversation:


Mr.X: "How are you today?"
Mr.N: "Fine."
Mr.X: "I won a Nobel Prize today."
Mr.N: "Cool."
Mr.X: "Don't you even want to know what it was for?"
Mr.N: "ok"


Usually people like that get ignored by the second message they send. ^_^

Don't get all of Opeth's work at once. I got their first three albums at once, and tried listening to them all in one day, and that just screwed things up. Get one at a time, and become familiar with it before getting another. I mean, I got "Still Life" first, and had months to listen to it, and it's my favourite album since I had time to get to 'know' it. I got "Orchid," "Morningrise," and "My Arms, Your Hearse" all on the same day, and I can hardly tell one song from another, on them. I suggest getting "Still Life," next, if that's not the one you have.

=J=
3 pity screws or Do me