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Old 03-02-2008, 04:20 AM   #916
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I just killed a mosquito on my arm. Take that you BASTARD
Did blood squirt out of it?
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http://union.unimelb.edu.au/gigs/about-gigs-and-events

Try the list on the right. This Tuesday looks like... hmmm, not a band but "the Bedroom Philosopher". The name reminds me of Jen
Cheers, thanks for that, having a look now.

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And goodnight everyone.

See you tomorrow evening
See ya! Have fun at uni, or try to at any rate!

Melb Uni Debating Society is one of the best around I've heard - my high school debating coach came from MUDS and is apparently worshipped by the Monash debaters as a goddess (she's one of the top ten debaters in Australasia).
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Have a good one!
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Did blood squirt out of it?
I don't think it had been there long. I'm glad i got it before it spent the night terrorising me.

And now i seriously must be off
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On a completely unrelated note, I'm starting to get into this "atmospheric metal" band called Nightwish. Really weird considering that I don't listen to metal at all, and most of my music is 70s, 80s or Christian-related bands! (Hah, U2 fall into two of those categories)
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I wouldn't be surprised if it was the domain's motto
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I don't think it had been there long. I'm glad i got it before it spent the night terrorising me.

And now i seriously must be off
I hate nothing more than one landing on me and SOMEONE ELSE'S blood is in it
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Cheers, thanks for that, having a look now.
Skipping Girl Vinegar (on the 1st of April) were pretty good last year, if you're into (and I quote)

"Beautifully crafted acoustic music that is honest and pure and radical (just like you might be) is not easy to find. Skipping Girl Vinegar can do it and everyone from Beat to Inpress to Triple J think that they do it with the best of them."
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On a completely unrelated note, I'm starting to get into this "atmospheric metal" band called Nightwish. Really weird considering that I don't listen to metal at all, and most of my music is 70s, 80s or Christian-related bands! (Hah, U2 fall into two of those categories)
Actually, Nightwish aren't atmospheric metal (that would be stuff like Agalloch, which is considerably different - think The Unforgettable Fire on metal); they're generally considered gothic metal. Not really my style, mainly because I don't like Tarja, their old vocalist. Far too operatic for my tastes.
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Melb Uni Debating Society is one of the best around I've heard - my high school debating coach came from MUDS and is apparently worshipped by the Monash debaters as a goddess (she's one of the top ten debaters in Australasia).
Wow, awesome.

I really need to overcome my shyness. I'm perfectly fine when I'm actually debating, but otherwise? Nope. In high school, I debated with the same team for three years, thought they were all fantastic people, but never struck up a friendship due to my shyness. I just debated. I really, really love debating.
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Far too operatic for my tastes.
No, far too operatic is a drunk uncle unleashing his small hick town operatic singing skills onto unsuspecting wedding guests after the brides mother sung very awful karaoke love songs to the bride and groom.... That's mind scarring stuff.
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Actually, Nightwish aren't atmospheric metal (that would be stuff like Agalloch, which is considerably different - think The Unforgettable Fire on metal); they're generally considered gothic metal. Not really my style, mainly because I don't like Tarja, their old vocalist. Far too operatic for my tastes.
Ahh fair enough. I have no idea about metal at all.

I've only listened to their latest album which has a new vocalist apparently - I'm more into their lyrics than anything else, which as an aspiring mediocre poet I find quite good:

"Caress the one, the never-fading
rain in your heart - the tears of snow-white sorrow
Caress the one, the hiding amaranth
In a land of the daybreak"

Gotta admit, working "amaranth" into a song deserves some points.
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