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Old 05-12-2008, 11:01 PM   #301
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I begs to differ, my friends.

But to each their own

I think the problem is that over eleven seasons, you're going to build up a collection of dud shows. Sometimes I feel there's a bit too much quantity and a bit too little quality.
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Alright, I'm off guys.

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Old 05-12-2008, 11:05 PM   #303
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Have a good one, LMP.
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Old 05-12-2008, 11:17 PM   #304
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I agree that some of the later seasons where Alda gets the directors reins one too many times can get tiring. But the seasons with Col.Blake and Frank etc are just pure gold.

Though I like Klinger more after he becomes company clerk.

Radar always bugged the fuck out of me.
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I agree that some of the later seasons where Alda gets the directors reins one too many times can get tiring. But the seasons with Col.Blake and Frank etc are just pure gold.

Though I like Klinger more after he becomes company clerk.

Radar always bugged the fuck out of me.
See, I think M*A*S*H was at its peak when it had Potter, Winchester, and Radar. Klinger became a bit too much of a serious character by the end and I thought he lost some of his identity.

Frank was always my least favourite character, so I was glad when he left. Winchester is quite strongly my favourite.
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I'm finishing up a new DI list. It's guaranteed to make Axver's head explode with anger and fidget with joy at the same time.

Yeah, it's got a lot of variety.
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Old 05-12-2008, 11:27 PM   #307
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I'm finishing up a new DI list. It's guaranteed to make Axver's head explode with anger and fidget with joy at the same time.

Yeah, it's got a lot of variety.
What sort of stuff are you using?
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Old 05-12-2008, 11:29 PM   #308
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Old 05-12-2008, 11:32 PM   #309
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What sort of stuff are you using?
The premise is this: take two contrasting concepts and package them together. In this case, two discs that are completely different in style. The first, Supermassive Black Cherub Metal is 21 tracks of rocking out. It's a lot of fun, not much in the way of a concept, but the songs are good, and it's a welcome contrast to the second, Eternal Brooding Of The Pretentious Mind, which is a concept album about lucid dreaming. There are many soundscapes involved.
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Bleh, time to go spend three hours at university doing boring, pointless shit. Have a good one, folks.
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The premise is this: take two contrasting concepts and package them together. In this case, two discs that are completely different in style. The first, Supermassive Black Cherub Metal is 21 tracks of rocking out. It's a lot of fun, not much in the way of a concept, but the songs are good, and it's a welcome contrast to the second, Eternal Brooding Of The Pretentious Mind, which is a concept album about lucid dreaming. There are many soundscapes involved.


I love your piss-takes.
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My brother got me Season ten for Christmas, and I've just got to watching it again.

We watched an ep tonight where Winchester gets seven newspaper in parcel mail while everyone else is not having their newspapers and such come through and then a ton of shenanigans ensue as he tries to protect his precious papers from the whole unit that wants to read them

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I love your piss-takes.
It's not a piss-take, actually. The goal is to give the album atmosphere, but to actually fill it with artists I like.
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I just rescued this from near the bottom of page 2.
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