I will preach to you about preaching to others.
count me in too...
i have a terrible memory in the first place, but alcohol doesn't seem to noticeably affect it the majority of the time.
now that i think about it it seems like all of my friends have this crazy "luck" thing going for them, too... strange.
RF: Never fully trust Wikipedia 100% (Common Sense). I read that Tantric's new album will be sold exclusively through Arby's Stores (The Fast-Food Restaurant) Yet I seen a few copies at Best-Buy today. The stupid part, is where that Said that at on Wikipedia, it came from another source. That source came said the same thing pretty much. Ugh!
Why would people say that if it's not even true. WHY?
the only time i've ever had any real trouble is when i was drinking everclear and gin mixed with the flavoring syrup they use in slushies...
i had alcohol poisoning and barfed all day... it sucked bad, but it led me to trying pot for the first time, so all that hurling wasn't for nothing.
(I hope no one cares about my random opinion here, but that's the name of the thread)
I really like heavy metal (I'm in a thrash metal phase at the moment, actually) but I can't stand Death Metal. Worst of all, CHRISTIAN Death Metal. It's too contradictory, to be honest. And I enjoy the occasional screaming, but I just don't get the "belching" sound some bands acheive. It all sounds the same to me: like crap. I respect the muscians because they are muscians, but I still don't like it.
Oh, and to the above post, I hope you've braced yourself for a ****storm.
Ignorant People FTW....
I mean, FTL!
RO: This thread is starting to lose it's "Coolness."
I seriously regret not giving Dark Quarterer a chance earlier, they're completely awesome. Definitely picking up their stuff as soon as I get my hard drive reformated. Gama Bomb is pretty cool too.
It t'was bound to happen. You can't keep me away forever.
Alice Coltrane - Universal Consciousness
Sun Ra - Space Is the Place
John Coltrane - Meditations
Ornette Coleman - The Shape of Jazz to Come
I doubt any of this will be up your alley (even less so than traditional jazz, most likely), but it's worth a shot. For me, personally, free jazz is some of the most inaccessible music I've ever listened to.
RO: Aberdeen City is an awesome band.