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    Pipes'n'drums, trying to pun, all and any kind of music, minus anything "Gang-bangers" would like, has a sign on his front law that says "screw the dog, beware the owner"

    wonders why people like twittering on twitter with their cellular phones... does that make them twits?

    Deeper I go into my nuttiness, I wonder what is in store for us in the future.... I know, in the future, I'll be typing, but when I finish typing it will be the past...

    so the present is constantly dying as we make forth to the future, which we live in now, as everything falls to the past.

    does this (minus the first paragraph) even fit in 'interests'?
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    Zalabar (Zaladbar, Salad Bar)
  1. I got to live in Iraq for a few months, but I do live in AK... Midnight sun, and all that jazz...? Jazz... nope, it's not playing in my head, something's sleeping, in the darkness... no one knows what... broken minds sleep? (it was a song called 'Éminence Grise')
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    [url="http://www.last.fm/listen/artist/Light%2BOf%2BAidan/similarartists#pane=webRadioPlayer&station=%252Flisten%252Fartist%252FLight%252BOf%252BAidan%252Fsimilarartists"]Light of Aidan Radio Station.[/url] I prefer Lament from Cafe del Mar vol 12. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hREGtdXmlac[/media] a song that granos has in his music list. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NsGy-A5SOPU[/media] a very nice arrangement. [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evG2DDmSdxM&feature=related[/url] Radiohead's song. [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sxTfSDXEro[/url] one of the group's personal songs. [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TArT-jxOWUY&feature=related[/url] [url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVNjx4k8mWk&feature=related"]same band, but more upbeat. Cruxshadows.[/url]
  3. after an hour of going through my library, I found an ancient paperback book labeled 'Dante's Inferno' Quite an interesting book. provides translations, meanings to ancient Latin, various phrases that would not normally be recognized unless you have read many Renaissance books and/or have an additional book on old-style English. three other books I found, dating back to the 1920s. with old embossed leather coverings in hardback. one is labeled [i]'women of America'[/i], a history book giving details and stories of patriotic, shapers of America's past. [i]'Elle's history of United States'[/i] volume 1 (number faded away, but it covers prior independence day.) and a old illustrated [i]'museum of antiquates'[/i] book. all coming from around the same time period of production, give or take a few years. and a bunch of Spider Robinson books, for all those wonderful puns that I love. huh quite a few Alaskan history books, a bunch of Robert Heinlein books, Redwall series, star wars books, and an 1/8 of the library has Baen labels, and an original Times Magazine from the 1950s covering WWII, and of course... harry potter books, Narnia books, and a dictionary. alot of the more older si-fi books are too high for me to reach
  4. wow, this is still going... meh. heh heh... hellishly-heavan
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    Pure Randomness

    I often wondered why I was assigned to be stuck of the arctic circle for training. I can see the north pole, and bits of northern Russia if I'm on a mountain.
  6. ... I still think Granos is now an crocodile-centuar alien now.... yeah, flame me for making a joke. not as bad as the time I met Michael Moore, who is a moron... bad times... bad times. then again, meeting Jeff Dunham topped that negative.
  7. Congrats, *thumbs up* also means my wanderings of Tribunal won't be so lonely now.
  8. a god-king?.... Are you saying you're an Alien now, Granos? (note: God-king in relations the the [i]Legacy of the Aldettna[/i] series)
  9. huh, always seems like there's plenty of time for reading new events, and that wot-not.
  10. is that a pun because I have a tendancy to hang around there? or literally? anyhow, sounds interesting. I should stop by and visit sometime.
  11. ... knator Dung? ... nevermind and a Janitor alliance? that would really make it intresting (aye, and if it is a janitor alliance, we're going to do the 'scrubs' thing with doc mackie)
  12. and people with no idea over what to do with power can end up being the 'puppet king' (or leader, whatever) (maybe we should have a debate over this sometime in MD.) then again that might not really happen, other than peer-pressure. *edit to add another opinion*
  13. I think I will try my hand While I do not have any Ideas at hand the thought of showing ideas is true, But I Favor Ravin's idea, For Soosth. (old knight saying) I will run the edge for leader although my chances, slim. I only hope I am worthy. to take on a role. Tribunal, lands of the east is an intriguing place, many hidden meanings, many things yet to be revealed. I would not propose a way to go for this alliance, aside that it is not as dark as Raven or Phantasm proposes, I like what the others have said, a place to learn, to remember, A place to think, and let out minds wander. I only wonder. Lands of the East, what Shall our eyes feast upon?
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