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Old 04-12-2008, 12:49 AM   #916
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I hear about trains all the time now. What happened to cooking/baking?
I cooked and baked stuff to last me ages. I'm only now starting to seriously run out.
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Irvine is still all kinds of awesome.
I don't think I've spoken to Irvine since Irvine told me to get a job once.
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Ahh, you like the feel the difference? Now, would you say a person should differ in format (ie I used vinyl this time--should I make an unbroken playlist next time), or in song style, or in format of song style?
Song-style takes precedence over the format, but that's a factor for me, too.

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My artists don't differ that much, but my theme and mood are a complete overhaul.
This is a good example.
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I cooked and baked stuff to last me ages. I'm only now starting to seriously run out.
Biscuits. Now.
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In deciding between sleeping (I've to wake up in six hours for work) and re-watching Old Gregg, I've chosen the latter.

I honestly haven't seen Old Gregg since September or October.
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Daaaamn some of this footage is cool.

Can't wait for my railfan friend to get home and upload her videos, as one should have caught me blurting out "well, that was fucking dumb!" We catch each other swearing on the videos fairly frequently ...
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In deciding between sleeping (I've to wake up in six hours for work) and re-watching Old Gregg, I've chosen the latter.

I honestly haven't seen Old Gregg since September or October.
You've chosen wisely, muthalicka.
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Song-style takes precedence over the format, but that's a factor for me, too.



This is a good example.
Ahh I see. I'd be interested in knowing what you'll think of mine.
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I'm gonna hurt you.
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Yes.

You can't change the kind of music you like, so band/artist repetition isn't a huge deal at all, but it had a different vibe than your last one. This was more restrained than the last one, too - you couldn't get away with a Purple Rain-type song this time around.

Like I said earlier, the flow/concept helped make up for any songs I didn't care for.
Thanks for the analysis.

My next list (ahem...other next list ) will basically just be all about rocking the fuck out. It's the complete opposite of this one in every conceivable way. I'm just trying to think of a way to balance it out so it's not the aural equivalent of a pelvic thrust for two hours straight.
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In deciding between sleeping (I've to wake up in six hours for work) and re-watching Old Gregg, I've chosen the latter.

I honestly haven't seen Old Gregg since September or October.
The hell is Old Gregg?

And I got six hours of sleep last night. I've been fucked over all day. I don't know how I'm still functioning/why I'm going to U2 2D.
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I'm just trying to think of a way to balance it out so it's not the aural equivalent of a pelvic thrust for two hours straight.
a thrust into the infinite?
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