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Amazingu Dec 18, 2011

Wanderer wrote:
Ashley Winchester wrote:

Hahaha, I love how blunt you are sometimes Amazingu. Just reading something like "the soundtrack is largely horrible" puts a smile on my face. I know it's only an opinion but it's so short, sweet and to the point.

So true. It's also a damned shame. The music was one of the few reasons why I kept going through FFXIII. I wanted to hear Hamauzu's amazing music in context. If FFXIII-2 is more fun to play, it shouldn't be too hard to ignore the shitty score.

Hamauzu's amazing music is still in here somewhere. It's just covered in layers of horrible, horrible autotuned pop-songs and ridiculous death metal or whatever the hell it's supposed to be.

To avoid sounding like nothing but a bitter old man: the game is actually really really good.
I'm impressed!

Ashley Winchester Dec 22, 2011

Is it just me or does the music in Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero Physis just slay the music on the first three remastered albums? Outside "Enemy Hall" on the first album every track that I had backed up has kneeled before the law of diminishing returns. Then I listen to Physis and BAM! Yes!

Amazingu Dec 22, 2011

Ashley Winchester wrote:

Is it just me or does the music in Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero Physis just slay the music on the first three remastered albums? Outside "Enemy Hall" on the first album every track that I had backed up has kneeled before the law of diminishing returns. Then I listen to Physis and BAM! Yes!

Yep, Physis is pretty much my favorite one too.
Far fewer duds and less filler than on the previous albums.

Ashley Winchester Dec 24, 2011

I don't know about anyone else but am I tired of work. Well, I'm not really tired of the "work" part per say but of the problems that have arisen with some of my co-workers during work.

The other day I kind of got upset with one of my co-workers when he left me in the freezer to do all the work. We don't really like each another (something that's pretty well known to everyone else) but that wasn't going to stop me doing my job. Anyway, another co-worker of mine came along and helped me out.

Then, unfortunately, I "somehow" pissed that person off the following day. We were splitting up the chores and I jokingly said "well, I'm not going in the freezer since my partner ditched me last time." I don't know why but he went apeshit. From the context it was plainly obvious I wasn't referring to him (I was referring to the first guy [who wasn't there] and who he doesn't care for either) and I had all the intention in the world to go into the freezer.

Anyway, a few days have passed and well, we haven't said a word to each other and damn is it annoying. That said it usually doesn't take much for people in my department to get testy - myself included. I try my best not to get bent out of shape but sometimes it's really hard, especially right now when we're on the verge of losing a few people. Add that to the holiday and well, I guess you kind of have a pressure cooker.

longhairmike Dec 26, 2011

24 years later,, im still amazed that ricardo montalban was given a major leading role in the naked gun,, not many people are willing to hire an ex-khan

Smeg Dec 26, 2011

longhairmike wrote:

24 years later,, im still amazed that ricardo montalban was given a major leading role in the naked gun,, not many people are willing to hire an ex-khan

I am shocked and stunned that it took you 24 years to make this joke.

Ashley Winchester Jan 2, 2012 (edited Jan 2, 2012)

Why?

I can't stop asking myself that question. Why did she have to ask that question? Okay, I can see why that might be an important topic to talk about but why break it out on the first date in that form? Urgh!!! Why? Why? Why? How did I know I was in trouble when I saw that bible on the table stand when I picked her up?

In case your wondering, the question was "Will you come to my church?"

*FACEPALM* mood killer 10,000

Wanderer Jan 2, 2012

Ashley Winchester wrote:

Why?

I can't stop asking myself that question. Why did she have to ask that question? Okay, I can see why that might be an important topic to talk about but why break it out on the first date in that form? Urgh!!! Why? Why? Why? How did I know I was in trouble when I saw that bible on the table stand when I picked her up?

In case your wondering, the question was "Will you come to my church?"

*FACEPALM* mood killer 10,000

I'm assuming the answer was a no?

Ashley Winchester Jan 2, 2012 (edited Jan 2, 2012)

Wanderer wrote:
Ashley Winchester wrote:

Why?

I can't stop asking myself that question. Why did she have to ask that question? Okay, I can see why that might be an important topic to talk about but why break it out on the first date in that form? Urgh!!! Why? Why? Why? How did I know I was in trouble when I saw that bible on the table stand when I picked her up?

In case your wondering, the question was "Will you come to my church?"

*FACEPALM* mood killer 10,000

I'm assuming the answer was a no?

No, I didn't say no... all I could come up with was "give me some time to think about it." Genius, right?

I just feel real uneasy about churches, like if I only half-believe I'll burst into flames just by entering. Maybe I'm the anti-Christ... who knows.

GoldfishX Jan 2, 2012

You guys should compromise: You go to her church, she sits down with you and listens to "Reign in Blood", while staring at the cover the whole time.

Wanderer Jan 2, 2012

No, I didn't say no... all I could come up with was "give me some time to think about it." Genius, right?

I just feel real uneasy about churches, like if I only half-believe I'll burst into flames just by entering. Maybe I'm the anti-Christ... who knows.

I'm gay and I handle the music for Catholic services all the time. I'm pretty sure you'll be fine. wink

(If she insists you convert before the relationship can move forward, that's obviously a different issue.)

Jodo Kast Jan 4, 2012

Ashley Winchester wrote:

I just feel real uneasy about churches, like if I only half-believe I'll burst into flames just by entering. Maybe I'm the anti-Christ... who knows.

If you only half-believe, then I guess only half of your prayers will come true. So only 50% of the time will you burst into flames. At a 75% belief rate, perhaps only one of your legs will burst into flames. I've never tested this stuff, so I'm not sure.

Ashley Winchester Jan 8, 2012

Ashley Winchester wrote:

I was looking to nab a copy of Mega Man 7 but with prices like this I think I'll pass...

http://www.ebay.com/ctg/Mega-Man-7-Supe … 286.c0.m14

Edit: I'd like to finish my collection but it not that important to me...

Update: I did manage to land a copy of this for the wallet-friendly price of $30. All I got to say is I love that f---ing game store in the neighboring town! I might have wait for things to come in but it's so nice to not rely on eBay for everything!

I'm sorry, I know I brag up that store something fierce but without it opening my interest in gaming probably would have evaporated long ago....

I did miss out on a copy of Mega Man 5 for the gameboy however since the owner's son [who works there] purchased it. Still, I wasn't too worried about it - good things come to those who wait.

longhairmike Jan 9, 2012

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A Madison man with an unusual name is in jail after police said he violated his bail conditions from a previous run-in with the law.

Thirty-year-old Beezow Doo-Doo Zopittybop-Bop-Bop is tentatively charged with carrying a concealed knife, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana and a probation violation after his arrest Thursday. He remained in jail as of Sunday. Jail records don't list a bail amount or an attorney for him.

The Capital Times reports (http://bit.ly/z7IOdM) he was arrested after residents complained of excessive drinking and drug use near Reynolds Park.

Court records show his previous name was Jeffrey Drew Wilschke, and he legally changed it to Beezow Doo-Doo Zopittybop-Bop-Bop in October. He was arrested in another Madison park last April after police found a loaded handgun in his backpack.

Ashley Winchester Jan 10, 2012

I've been working in the unloading department at work since it is losing people left and right and haven't been getting hours in my original position. Seemed real odd as they usually split my time between the two spots. Seemed really odd. Tonight I got the answer why: they eliminated that position.

Anyway as bad as that sounds I have the choice of either saying on unloading or hopping over to the Grocery department. In all seriousness I think I'll go with grocery option... it's just the better move for far too many reasons. I don't mind unloading but it's an area where people's temperaments affect the overall mood of the work environment more than I'd like. God, tonight you could cut the tension with a knife.... I know everyone's mad at whatshisface for being "sick" for two weeks and leaving us short handed but there are things that you just need to let go of for the collective good.

Cedille Jan 11, 2012

To everybody who makes football video at youtube; I appreciate your efforts. I enjoy your works. I also have to thank for putting more originality to them regardless of final results. But no more crappy music, please! It doesn't help that at least 97 percent of your selections is either shitty rock or shitty techno that make me suspect your ears have a severe problem. This has been a common trend since ever youtube became major, but I can't recall a single less jarring BGM than any loud commentator could be.

jb Jan 11, 2012

Dear Internet Users,

Unboxing videos are so f---ing stupid.  Stop making them.  For anything.  Nobody gives a shit.  Seriously.  I don't need a 6 minute video of you unwrapping something and saying completely stupid obvious shit.

Thanks in Advance,

~jb

longhairmike Jan 14, 2012

in the middle-eastern city of DOHA, there is a group of people similar to the amish we have in the US.
They don't use any electricity and often referred to as Accoustic Qatars

Smeg Jan 14, 2012

Thank god there's one man left on Earth who continues to advance the art of the horrible pun.

XLord007 Jan 15, 2012

longhairmike wrote:

They don't use any electricity and often referred to as Accoustic Qatars

You are officially my hero for the next five minutes.

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