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Fluffy017  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: What is your irrational fear?

Square curbs on roads.

Because I lost my first car to those fuckers after clutching out too fast around a corner.


Sticking this, try and make it br00tz, TNG, so I can add my own ideas to it this time. :) (no pressure, I just play an ENTIRELY different genre from your own [although freely admitting that I think you're more talented than myself] and I'd love to contribute to the Hubski songs you post up on occasion [if this is one of those])

Otherwise, I look forward to hearing what you've thought up, I'm sure it'll be a feast for the eardrums :D

Well, as some of the guys in IRC might know, I went to Atlanta last week, and got to witness my best friend from childhood tie the knot (and knowing he was still strictly abstinent, got to rib him at the reception for finally catching up to those of us that deviated from that path ;P)

Although the trip had it's hiccups (like staying in what we later found out was a prostitute den in Douglasville, to a hotel losing our reservations) my best friend in Houston and I definitely had fun getting out of our element (and doing a rather awesome zombie apocalypse D&D style campaign the whole drive there and back, which is still ongoing)

Upon arrival back in Houston, I discovered that another friend of mine (who'd known that I'd be out of town for my birthday, which also happened last Saturday) has now planned a trip to Dallas next month, that will involve getting INCREDIBLY hammered with some of his friends, so we can play lots of Magic, have general shenanigans, and forget that I'm 23 and still unable to find stable employment, albeit only for a while.

TL;DR Atlanta was awesome, now trying to make the best of the sticky situation I find myself in.

If you're dating inside your age bracket, use the term "Netflix and chill" sparingly; usually implies you're looking for nothing more than a one night stand.

Not that there's anything wrong with those.

Por que no los dos?

Hey guys check out this DOPE techdeathgrinddjentcoreband, also what are the advantages of a silver standard over gold?

Fluffy017  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Home Storage Gold IRA

So how does this encourage healthy discussion, exactly? All I see is free ad space for a website I know nothing about.

Lol you know I never sleep bud, you're always welcome to come in and liven up discussion with this stuff :D

I really loved our conversation in IRC, glad I could see all this laid out.

Waiting (impatiently) for part two!

Fluffy017  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Hubski, where do you want to live?

We...we need to pitch this anime to the guys that made Cowboy Bebop.

Like immediately. :o



Can't wait for more from Ladybaby, but BABYMETAL is already pretty well known, so that'll have to do for now.

THINGS THAT AREN'T J-POP METAL, yet still manage to keep that br00tz factor at 11:


NEW LAMB OF GOD! Off their upcoming album, "VII: Sturm Und Drang"

Fluffy017  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Hubski, where do you want to live?

Alright, so I'm about to get a little weird with this, but Saturn.

I know, I know, Saturn is a gas giant, it doesn't actually have a "surface", per se, but hear me out.

As a guitarist, I've had quite a humongous pedalboard at multiple points in my musical adventure. But one thought always struck me: sound needs a medium to travel through (which, 99.99999999999999999...etc% of the time, is air), so with that in mind, how would music sound on other planets? What if different atmospheric attributes made all music on one planet have a "distortion" effect, while music on another got a "phase shifter" or "chorus" effect, simply because of what's in the air?

Like Venus, which has a hellish landscape to say the least, and atmospheric makeup of mostly nitrogen and CO2, or maybe Neptune, which has an atmospheric composition of helium, hydrogen, and methane. I mean, how would metal, or jazz, or even rap sound on these planets?

So with that in mind, I'd like to live on Saturn, because it shares similarities with Neptune, being made up of mostly nitrogen and helium, and it looks freaking beautiful to boot.

Probably not the answer OP was looking for, but I've always wondered about stuff like this :P

Fluffy017  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: What do you do, Hubski?

Think lower.

Like, WAY lower. East Texas lower :P

I do appreciate the offer though, CNC machinists are worth their weight in GOLD and I wish I could find a place that would train me on them!

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