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Old 04-07-2008, 12:48 AM   #331
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and where is everyone else? tourist? ian? jen? etc. it's certainly not that i don't mind talking to you, but i'm just surprised none of them are around.
Andrew's probably having sex with his girlfriend or something boring like that.

Ian's probably at university or something exciting like that.

Jen's at work.
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See, short songs kind of bother me. If it's only about four minutes long and I absolutely love it, it ends too soon! I find myself compulsively repeating my favourite short songs for about twenty minutes just to get the same level of enjoyment out of them.

And ! Snippetry is what makes things interesting! My least favourites are the hugely long ones that have no snippetry, because Bono's jumped in the crowd or whatever and the band's just continuing to play until he comes back.
oh, i agree with you about that. i hate when my favourite song by someone (or at least a song i really like) is ~4-5 minutes. i end up doing the same thing. it's not uncommon for me to leave a song on repeat.

there's nothing wrong with snippetry, but in bad, sometimes it can get a bit ridiculous because he'll snippet tons and tons of songs.
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Old 04-07-2008, 12:49 AM   #333
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oh god, more pink floyd
Sorry. But I think it rather nicely sets up my entire tracklist and outlines the thematic content pretty well.
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Old 04-07-2008, 12:49 AM   #334
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Andrew's probably having sex with his girlfriend or something boring like that.

Ian's probably at university or something exciting like that.

Jen's at work.
how boring.

you know what i did while i was at work?

posted on here. that's right.
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Old 04-07-2008, 12:50 AM   #335
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Sorry. But I think it rather nicely sets up my entire tracklist and outlines the thematic content pretty well.
it's okay
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wee, i have this thread all to myself now.
You definitely will soon, as I have to go to uni in about 40 minutes.

We've got a couple of Holocaust survivors speaking at today's Holocaust & Genocide lecture. I'm looking forward to it.
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Old 04-07-2008, 12:51 AM   #337
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wooooo it's 15 degrees outside. it needs to stay like this for another month or so. at least until late may.
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Old 04-07-2008, 12:52 AM   #339
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You definitely will soon, as I have to go to uni in about 40 minutes.

We've got a couple of Holocaust survivors speaking at today's Holocaust & Genocide lecture. I'm looking forward to it.
awww boo. now that i'm poking around in my smilies folder, i suppose this isn't appropriate to post:
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L-Mel, what'd you mean by bad labeling of the tracks?
I mean it seemed that every file had 01 or 02 before it in its title, so it wasn't even close to being in order when I extracted them. Took me forever to fix it.

But other than that I liked your list.
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Old 04-07-2008, 12:53 AM   #341
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oh, i agree with you about that. i hate when my favourite song by someone (or at least a song i really like) is ~4-5 minutes. i end up doing the same thing. it's not uncommon for me to leave a song on repeat.

there's nothing wrong with snippetry, but in bad, sometimes it can get a bit ridiculous because he'll snippet tons and tons of songs.
I had to get the postwhorehouse to stop me repeating Porcupine Tree's And The Swallows Dance Above The Sun to death. I love that song so much and it barely breaks the four minute barrier! Agonisingly short.

I think the most snippets I've ever found in one performance of Bad is six. Or maybe only five. He rarely passes four. Most performances tend to just have two or so. I get excited if I find one with 3+.
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how boring.

you know what i did while i was at work?

posted on here. that's right.


I think Jen's said she sometimes reads from work, but doesn't post.
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awww boo. now that i'm poking around in my smilies folder, i suppose this isn't appropriate to post:


I'll tell you the worst joke I've ever heard.

Q: Why did Hitler commit suicide?





















A: Because he saw the gas bill.
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I think Jen's said she sometimes reads from work, but doesn't post.
she should post!
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Oh, did I mention that I'm here now? Always the elephant in the room...
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