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Old 07-21-2008, 01:06 AM   #676
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As long as I didn't fuck anything up, I'm cool.
Yeah, it's a fault on my end. My computer sometimes does this. The files I downloaded are only about 30MB, and when I go to extract them, I just get an error that the file is incomplete. So I just need to redownload. Part 1 has 15 minutes to go.
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Anyway, I've been complaining about how tired I've been all day so maybe, you know, sleeping might be a good idea.

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Yeah, it's a fault on my end. My computer sometimes does this. The files I downloaded are only about 30MB, and when I go to extract them, I just get an error that the file is incomplete. So I just need to redownload. Part 1 has 15 minutes to go.
Do you have to redownload Part 2 also?
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Anyway, I've been complaining about how tired I've been all day so maybe, you know, sleeping might be a good idea.

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Do you have to redownload Part 2 also?
Yeah, but I can do that while I listen to Part 1. It'll finish downloading before Part 1 finishes playing.
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Anyway, I've been complaining about how tired I've been all day so maybe, you know, sleeping might be a good idea.

Good night all.

Enjoy the tales of Edge anus snippets, Sloths, nloths and moments of surrender, benders and rear-enders
Poetic GENIUS RB. I'm sure those are lyrics to the bridge of NLOTH, so why didn't you tell us you had insider information


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Yeah, but I can do that while I listen to Part 1. It'll finish downloading before Part 1 finishes playing.
Sounds good.

In the meantime, I'm re-listening to my award winning Symphonic Album Mini-Game list. Victory is sweet. Those were the days.
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Sounds good.

In the meantime, I'm re-listening to my award winning Symphonic Album Mini-Game list. Victory is sweet. Those were the days.
Pfan, what was your concept of that list? I can't remember offhand and want to experience it anew.
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Pfan, what was your concept of that list? I can't remember offhand and want to experience it anew.
Incredibly vague. It's called "Getting There," that much I remember. I think it was something like "start at teenager, fall into misery, slowly build it back up." It went from neutral to sad to optimistic to happy. That's really all I remember. I think my write-up talked more about how it all came together than any actual concept.
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Incredibly vague. It's called "Getting There," that much I remember. I think it was something like "start at teenager, fall into misery, slowly build it back up." It went from neutral to sad to optimistic to happy. That's really all I remember. I think my write-up talked more about how it all came together than any actual concept.
Ah, yes, that's probably why I couldn't remember it; there wasn't much to remember.

I still somewhat despise the concept I came up with for mine. If I would have had it ready at the time, I would have used the second, darker half of my DI5 list and may have had a better shot. The one I entered is good, but too scattered, and clearly not my best effort.
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Ah, yes, that's probably why I couldn't remember it; there wasn't much to remember.

I still somewhat despise the concept I came up with for mine. If I would have had it ready at the time, I would have used the second, darker half of my DI5 list and may have had a better shot. The one I entered is good, but too scattered, and clearly not my best effort.
I much prefer my Symphonic to my DI4. My DI4 got sucked into the pretentiousness bubble. Not entirely, but enough for me to resent what I did.

I still enjoy the final six tracks and select parts of it, but the concept is painful to read.

My DI5 is the best thing I've done, though.
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I'm still pretty happy with the concept of my Symphonic list. It came together rather well. I think the Stewart Island half of DI III is possibly the best tracklist I've ever made, though.
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I don't think anyone realizes how very much I HATE my DIIV list. just. Ugh I screwed that all up to hell.
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