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thundara AFAIK anyone you give founder access should be able to freely give founder access. I don't know if you need it or not, but this is a good reference that I go back to all the time when I can't remember something related to ChanServ. It's not perfect, but it's the best I've managed to find. Good referene for any admins that might not be too IRC savvy as well (mk, thenewgreen, insomniasexx, forwardslash). Hope it helps!
Genesis - Dancing with the Moonlit Knight (Progressive Rock)
Leo Kottke - Too Fast (Instrumental Roots Country/Folk)
River City Extension - Something's Gotta Give (Indie Folk Rock)
mk, forwardslash we may be able to get #hubski on freenode by appealing to the Freenode staff. I've been talking with thundara and it comes down to this: since Freenode is technically aimed at FOSS projects, the appeal may be helped by either
a) making the site itself open source -or- b) leveraging hubski support of arc / being built on the same codebase as hackernews
1. Trumpet for 12 years. Started playing because I wanted to do band in middle school and when I was growing up my dad was in a jazz group with his friend who is an awesome trumpeter, so I grew up enjoying the instrument. 2. Piano for 7 years. Started playing in high school because I got bored of only playing trumpet. Definitely my favorite instrument to play. 3. Guitar for 4 years. Started playing in college because I didn't have access to a piano any more and I have what I'd almost call a need to be musical. Had to play something, and a friend was selling a guitar for 50 bucks.
No problem! I'm absolutely mesmerized every time I watch him play...absolutely stunning.
That's cool...I lived in 153 Hemenway last year. So far the only definite plans I have for co-op is that my first one starts in July and ends in December lol Beyond that I have no idea what I'll be doing or where I'll be doing it. Are you in class or on co-op?
Absolutely FANTASTIC film. It's not Tarantino's best, but it's definitely a cut above most movies. The performances were absolutely stunning, especially Samuel L. Jackson's. I was a huge fan of DiCaprio's, Foxx's, and Watlz's performances as well, but there was just something special about the way Jackson played his character.
Great plot, great direction, and great acting combine to form an amazing movie. A distinctly Tarantino movie.
For the sake of those who haven't seen it we should avoid spoilers, but which scene are you referring to? I can't remember feeling uncomfortable at all...
Unfortunately not :/ I actually live in Boston, so I'm more than a short trip away from Raleigh.
If you want to see some cool cello playing check out this video. I saw him perform live at a jazz festival in Boston last year and it was absolutely amazing.