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Old 03-25-2011, 07:21 PM   #531 (permalink)
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A bit of ill health and my youngest decided to drop my laptop and break the LCD screen so I managed to find a replacement screen and fit it which was daunting but I managed it in the end. There is a reason why major electrical retailers don't stock replacement screens- A) it's a pain in the arse to fit them and B) they want you to buy a new laptop instead of replacing a screen and so giving them extra revenue when you don't have to if you use the net for it's actual purpose: information. Tossers.
So many companies do that now. My dads motorcycle for instance requires you to take the bike in to get and oil change because they decided not to allow you to get to it yourself, but to have to pay a licensed yamaha dealer to do it.

Also I hope your feeling better, best of luck.
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Old 03-25-2011, 07:30 PM   #532 (permalink)
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So many companies do that now. My dads motorcycle for instance requires you to take the bike in to get and oil change because they decided not to allow you to get to it yourself, but to have to pay a licensed yamaha dealer to do it.

Also I hope your feeling better, best of luck.
Thanks fella. Yeah I am good. First time I have visited the docs in 4 years and he still couldn't say what was wrong. No wonder that I don't go to see him especially when he asked me how old I was when my appointment was on my birthday (23rd march- thanks for the messages bitches). Not reading medical notes is not needed these days
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Old 03-26-2011, 03:10 AM   #533 (permalink)
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Old 03-26-2011, 04:33 PM   #534 (permalink)
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I know I posted before but if someone could give me something different than I usually listen to since I am kind of bored atm.
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Old 03-27-2011, 08:11 AM   #535 (permalink)
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I know I posted before but if someone could give me something different than I usually listen to since I am kind of bored atm.
Go digging through some of the Journals, I'm pretty sure you will find something that you like or would like to listen to.
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Old 03-27-2011, 08:28 AM   #536 (permalink)
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I know I posted before but if someone could give me something different than I usually listen to since I am kind of bored atm.
You have so little plays on your last.fm so I can't really know your taste. If you could tell me something about it, not just favorite bands, but the type of music as well, what do you like about it and what kind of music would you like to hear. Then I could decide what to send you. But, only if you promise to write a mini-review of it here.
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Old 03-28-2011, 06:47 PM   #537 (permalink)
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You have so little plays on your last.fm so I can't really know your taste. If you could tell me something about it, not just favorite bands, but the type of music as well, what do you like about it and what kind of music would you like to hear. Then I could decide what to send you. But, only if you promise to write a mini-review of it here.
I mostly listen to metal (folk and melodic mostly), rap(NYC rappers mostly mixed with some indy rappers), and some bhangra on the side.

As for my favorite artists/bands that's harder to specify since I just started to listen music as a serious hobby instead of just turning on the radio but the ones below are those that I have so far though I don't know as much as a fan should...

Nas
Melechesh
Orphaned Land
Kalmah
Insomnium
Motorhead
Al Qaynah
Biggie Smalls
Adil Omar

What I like about a certain genre can differ from person to person. In rap I like the combination of lyrical word play and good beats that make it equivalent to listening to poetry with a beat rather than a song. With metal I like it because of the diversity and badassery that is associated with it so it. Bhangra has good beats but I can stand it only in small doses.

I will write a mini-review for you on whatever you choose. I am looking for something in the alternative country category since people are telling me that it is different and more superior than mainstream country.
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^I have an excellent alt-country with a gothic touch, which I figure could appeal to you since you like folk-ish metal, as you said. Just to upload it.
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^I have an excellent alt-country with a gothic touch, which I figure could appeal to you since you like folk-ish metal, as you said. Just to upload it.
What is it called?
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Old 03-28-2011, 07:44 PM   #540 (permalink)
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Woven Hand - Consider the Birds (2004)



I hope you haven't heard it already. It is my favorite album by Woven Hand (or Wovenhand), a band of David Eugene Edwards, who previously fronted 16 Horsepower. I recommend them too, but I decided to send you his second band. Well, I'm not going to tell you anything else about it. Just listen to it. I hope you like it.
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