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Old 07-16-2008, 04:26 AM   #721
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I'm out, guys. Later.
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Ashley, expect an inbox full of classic albums tomorrow afternoon.


The Graduate soundtrack is kinda making me laugh. .. it keeps switching from moody/mellow S&G to jazzy piano
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You also used For The Morning in...DI3?
Definitely used something in DI II, but I forget what. Haven't used any Drake tracks for DI III-V, though.
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Definitely used something in DI II, but I forget what. Haven't used any Drake tracks for DI III-V, though.
Yep, it was "For the Morning," with emphasis on the lowercase 't' in 'the'.
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I got an email from the tutors for one of my papers this semester. It was a mass email telling us about films we may need to see for the paper.

This sounds promising to me, I just hope they suggest albums too so that I can lurn more music by force, since I'm sadly probably too lazy to do so otherwise.
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Have a good one, Traviud.

LMP, up to Sufjan Stevens now. Not sure I'd heard anything by The Shins before, but their track wasn't bad and kept things going well. Not keen on Sufjan.
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Yep, it was "For the Morning," with emphasis on the lowercase 't' in 'the'.
We've had this argument before that full capitalisation of titles is acceptable in most forms of English, and I would argue more logical and helpful to the reader.
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Have a good one, Traviud.

LMP, up to Sufjan Stevens now. Not sure I'd heard anything by The Shins before, but their track wasn't bad and kept things going well. Not keen on Sufjan.
That's cool. Speaking of Nick Drake, this Soofaloof track reminds me of something off of Five Leaves Left.
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We've had this argument before that full capitalisation of titles is acceptable in most forms of English, and I would argue more logical and helpful to the reader.
I know, I was just giving you a hard time.

Tomatoes, tomahtoes.
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LMP, this is totally random but I am sorry I reported your post a few days ago. What you did was wrong but I think you are a good person even when you don’t show it. I know everyone hates hearing it but I see the good in you. You could make fun of me for the rest of eternity and I would still see the good in you. The truth is you make fun of me on a daily basis but even as much as you hurt me or ever could, I will stop thinking of you as a good person. I wouldn’t have reported the post if it were Axver, LemonMelon, Pfan and so on. You will make fun of me as long as I am here. I accept that. That shouldn’t allow me to get mods involved. The truth is I saddened more by how you are turning away from the good in you to hurt me than what you say to me. Nothing will change how I think about you. You are a good person inside. Anyways, I’m sorry.
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I think the only Shins song I know is Phantom Limb, and I know that because it's been on like 10,000 DI lists...

Yes...10,000
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I know, I was just giving you a hard time.

Tomatoes, tomahtoes.
I suspected you were baiting me.
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Damn, you've some good flow going between these songs, LMP. Sufjan --> Simon & Garfunkel --> The Kinks works really well. Quite enjoying this Kinks track too.
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Old 07-16-2008, 04:39 AM   #734
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LMP, this is totally random but I am sorry I reported your post a few days ago. What you did was wrong but I think you are a good person even when you don’t show it. I know everyone hates hearing it but I see the good in you. You could make fun of me for the rest of eternity and I would still see the good in you. The truth is you make fun of me on a daily basis but even as much as you hurt me or ever could, I will stop thinking of you as a good person. I wouldn’t have reported the post if it were Axver, LemonMelon, Pfan and so on. You will make fun of me as long as I am here. I accept that. That shouldn’t allow me to get mods involved. The truth is I saddened more by how you are turning away from the good in you to hurt me than what you say to me. Nothing will change how I think about you. You are a good person inside. Anyways, I’m sorry.
Okay.

You don't have to apologize for that, it's your right to report whatever you want. The fact that you didn't get fussy about it until I did it bothered me, but I don't care enough to give much of a shit. Why you hold me in a different regard than the others, I don't know.

Also, this "I see the good in you" talk is incredibly frustrating. I'm not some fucking hardened criminal with no good emotion in me at all. Using that term is almost as insulting as the jokes thrown your way in the first place. About that, I find most of what you do comical. That won't change either. It's immature, but again, I don't care anymore. I'm not your friend, you don't have to mince words with me like this. You keep coming into this thread basically begging everyone to have a conversation with you, and out of politeness, they answer. It's not my place to say who should or should not post here, even if I have in the past, but I think it's fairly clear that it would be best for everyone if you posted elsewhere from here and just let it rest, please. There was a point where I cared, but in the end, what is it worth?
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Damn, you've some good flow going between these songs, LMP. Sufjan --> Simon & Garfunkel --> The Kinks works really well. Quite enjoying this Kinks track too.
Thank ya, sir. It's the finale, man, gotta pull out all of the stops.
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