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Old 04-12-2008, 12:37 AM   #886
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Lance's symphonic album was my favorite album, oddly enough.
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Screwtape will get an A from Axver, probably.
I gave him a borderline A/A-. The first disc was borderline A/A+, while the second was a B+.
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I liked them all in a row like on PTG/TRE.
and they used really, really good classical music. (i don't remember what lance used, so this is no slight against him)
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I gave him a borderline A/A-. The first disc was borderline A/A+, while the second was a B+.
I don't give A+'s.
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At least he kept the classical excursions to one side.
If they work in context, I won't have a problem with it, but at first glance they look distracting.

I think I ended up skipping his classical tracks on his last list.
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I take my good headphones with me. Or I listen to my iPod in the car.
With my good headphones on, anybody sitting aboard the tram would be able to hear the music. With my earbuds on, nobody else can. Easy choice. I don't want to piss off everybody near me!
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If they work in context, I won't have a problem with it, but at first glance they look distracting.

I think I ended up skipping his classical tracks on his last list.
That's what cost him last year. He didn't win a single game. It's not the presence of classical in particular, but its distracting usage. He didn't learn his lesson, methinks.
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With my good headphones on, anybody sitting aboard the tram would be able to hear the music. With my earbuds on, nobody else can. Easy choice. I don't want to piss off everybody near me!
When mine are on my head, people can barely hear them if they're all the way up.
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That's what cost him last year. He didn't win a single game. It's not the presence of classical in particular, but its distracting usage. He didn't learn his lesson, methinks.
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8 people in OOC (including myself invisible and Khan)? Is that a record?
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I love how this thread is kicking along nicely, but it's hard to keep up with you're doing something else, e.g. checking out the cool train footage you got today ...
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That's what cost him last year. He didn't win a single game. It's not the presence of classical in particular, but its distracting usage. He didn't learn his lesson, methinks.
Agreed.

Maybe this isn't completely fair, but I judge previous competitors on how their current list differs from their past ones. It's not a huge factor in my ranking, but it does bother me some when a current list feels no different than a previous entry.
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