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Old 07-21-2008, 04:47 AM   #901
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Wow, this thread has taken 24 hours. When was the last time that happened?
Ironically it happens the day I start back lurnding.
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I have precious little to say tonight.
I bet you could write post upon post about planes.
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For me, usually my start and end points are well defined and I come up with them first, but somewhere in the middle feels a bit iffy.

My current list, I think the cohesion is pretty damn solid all the way through.
Incidentally, that happened when I was designing a setlist in a very boring lecture.

Started out ok, went to crap in the middle but came right with the encore.
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Ironically it happens the day I start back lurnding.
It's all your stupid university's fault. What does it have against the Superthreads?
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Man, the thing that sucks about DI for me is that...no matter what I do, I can't really win . But The more I listen to this list, the more I remebmer why I was DEVASTATED when I lost it. This is the best I can do I think. And I know that over half the songs are no where near close to popular on the board.

I'm gonna have to do some tinkering and such though. I used 10 of the songs on the list on DI 4
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It's all your stupid university's fault. What does it have against the Superthreads?
It has a thing against troublemaking.

Wait, no it doesn't.
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Oh yeah, one of my course coordinators was wearing an "I'd rather have a revolution than a Labour government" t-shirt.

Hello, facepalm!
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Incidentally, that happened when I was designing a setlist in a very boring lecture.

Started out ok, went to crap in the middle but came right with the encore.
The one problem I sometimes have when defining setlists is that about 12-13 songs into the main set, I feel like I've reached a great conclusion, but that's just too short for a main set. Sometimes I tack a couple of songs onto the end and hope it isn't too out of place, or I just do very lengthy encores.
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DAMNIT WHAT THE HELL VIRTUAL VILLAGE!

Something happened in the last hour while I wasn't watching it AND ALL THE MEN DIED.
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The one problem I sometimes have when defining setlists is that about 12-13 songs into the main set, I feel like I've reached a great conclusion, but that's just too short for a main set. Sometimes I tack a couple of songs onto the end and hope it isn't too out of place, or I just do very lengthy encores.
Yeah, I thought my main set had reached a nice conclusion but the show was only 12 songs long.

It was this, btw. I'm very iffy on 2-5.

Streets
IWF
TEC
UTEOTW
IGWSHA
MLK
TUF
Endless Deep
October
NYD
BTBS
Gone
Dirty Day
LNOE
Vertigo

Zoo Station
The Fly
HMTMKMKM
MW

Beautiful Day
Ultra Violet
YBR
WOWY
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Oh yeah, one of my course coordinators was wearing an "I'd rather have a revolution than a Labour government" t-shirt.

Hello, facepalm!
Way to be unbiased!

Twit. Honestly, almost all of my tutors have very successfully avoided revealing their biases until very late in the course. All of them have been lefties too, heh.
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Man, the thing that sucks about DI for me is that...no matter what I do, I can't really win . But The more I listen to this list, the more I remebmer why I was DEVASTATED when I lost it. This is the best I can do I think. And I know that over half the songs are no where near close to popular on the board.

I'm gonna have to do some tinkering and such though. I used 10 of the songs on the list on DI 4
Don't worry, I'll probably get owned worse than you.
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Old 07-21-2008, 05:02 AM   #915
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Way to be unbiased!

Twit. Honestly, almost all of my tutors have very successfully avoided revealing their biases until very late in the course. All of them have been lefties too, heh.
Not to mention my other bit of bad luck.

Those stupid people who wander around annoying people about changing banks came up to me.

The exchange was something like this:

Them: Excuse me, are you a National Bank customer?
Me: (lying) Yes
Them: Excellent, we're here offering extra services to our present customers. (they kept talking, I drifted in and out)
Me: Ok, I'll think about it. Whatever.

What fucken odds.
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